Category Archives: Superheroes
Marvel’s President, Kevin Feige, announced their upcoming movies at a press conference today with Iron Man (Robert Downey, Jr.) and Captain America (Chris Evans) on hand to welcome the newest Avenger, Chadwick Boseman (Get On Up) as Black Panther, to the Marvel family.
ABOVE: Batkid saves Giants mascot Lou Seal
San Francisco transformed into Gotham City Friday as thousands of volunteers came together to help fulfill the wish of a five-year-old leukemia patient who dreamed of being ‘Batkid’ for a day.
WATCH: Thousands cheer on Batkid at rally after he saves Gotham City
Batkid, also known as mild-mannered Miles Scott, spent the day running around San Francisco fighting crime thanks to volunteers from the Make-A-Wish foundation that included help from the mayor, police, and local politicians.
During his day of fighting crime Batkid managed to save a damsel -in-distress, stop The Riddler from robbing a bank, and rescued the San Francico Giants’ beloved mascot Lou Seal from the clutches of the evil Penguin
Here are some heartwarming photos from Batkid’s day of fighting crime
Obama thanks Batkid for saving Gotham
Superman 75th Anniversary Animated Short
From the creative minds of Zack Snyder (Man of Steel) and Bruce Timm (Superman: The Animated Series) and produced by Warner Bros. Animation, this short follows Superman through the years, from his first appearance on the cover of Action Comics #1 to Henry Cavill in this year’s Man of Steel…all in two minutes
The talented folks over at RobotUnderDog have just released the first episode in a fan made adaption of the Ultimate Comics Spider-Man.
Who is Miles Morales? is the opening chapter to director Wes Armstrong’s Ultimate Spider-Man fan film. Playing the role of Miles Morales was Devin White, who did a great job, in my opinion of playing Spidey.
According to the video description, “Part 1 of our Miles Morales live action series – This is a brief introduction to Miles and a preview of the new powers he will have as Spiderman. Coming episodes will show how he transitions into being Spiderman and of course will feature some of the villains he will have to face.
RobotUnderDog is actually trying to raise enough funds to further develop the project into an ongoing webseries and all those interested in helping them out can donate funds here.
Thanks to my good friend ChocolateMatters for the heads up.