It has been recently reported that Walt Disney Pictures is aiming to remake an epic classic “The Rocketeer”
This Week’s selection of ╬D Recommendation is an epic action packed animation video by Suwedi Animation starring AC’s Altair and POP’s Prince.
This week’s selection of Character Spotlight is Earth’s Favorite Son, The Man of Steel: Superman
Greetings, Marvel maniacs and DC dedicates, to the TD Weekly Pull List! Today we will be keeping up the celebration of half a century of Spidey, checking in on everyone’s (least) favorite Phoenix Force hosts and then picking up a few books featuring Frank Castle, the Punisher!
This week’s Fan Film Corner selection: “Y: The Last Man Rising” is the Live Action Take based on the epic and critically acclaimed DC Comics series Y: The Last Man.
The Question many BTTF fans have been asking: How did Marty and Doc Brown meet? Well, Co-Writer and Co-Creator Bob Gale finally gave the answer. And we have it below
Just in case you haven’t seen it yet, Check out our Review on “The Expendables 2” before you decided to see it.
Comics legend, Joe Kubert best known for his work on the DC Comics Sgt. Rock and Hawkman died of multiple myeloma on August 12, 2012, three weeks short of his 86th birthday.
Kubert’s other creations include the comic books Tor, Son of Sinbad, and Viking Prince, and, with writer Robin Moore, the comic strip Tales of the Green Beret.
Kubert also opend the Kubert School in New Jersey in 1976.
The DC Entertainment Team also released the following statement:
“We are saddened to learn of the death of our colleague and friend Joe Kubert. An absolute legend in the industry, his legacy will live on through his remarkable talent, with his sons and with the many artists who have passed through the storied halls of his celebrated school. An important member of the DC Comics family, Joe made an indelible mark on the entire DC Comics universe including his renowned and award-winning work on iconic characters such as Sgt. Rock, Enemy Ace, Hawkman and most recently Nite Owl. We are so honored to have worked side-by-side with such an unforgettable force in both comics and in life.”
We all here at TEMPLAR DIGITAL would like to share our condolences to the Kubert family and friends. The Comic Book world has lost yet another great legend and he will be greatly missed.
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The EPIC Scifi Short Film “Ruin”, is this week’s selection for ╬D Recommendation.
Welcome back, our comic-crazed compatriots! This week in the Marvel U, the (kinda) epic crossover event Avengers vs. X-Men is speeding toward conclusion. Last week we celebrated 50 years of Thor. This week it’s 50 years of Great Power and Great Responsibility, so we’ll be picking up some Spidey before we take a jump out of mainstream Marvel continuity to take another look at the Merc with a Mouth’s quest to kill everyone, and finally to step into Stephen King’s Marvelous Midworld.