The Biggest Superhero Films That Didn't Happen, Part 2
Comic Books, Film
If the wait for a live-action Legend of Zelda television series seems unbearable, you should probably take a couple of minutes to watch this impressive new trailer “The Final Battle,” a short-film collaboration between Player Piano and The Zelda Project.
The film promises Legend of Zelda fans “a live-action recreation of the epic fight between Link and Ganondorf. ” If the teaser is any indication, it’ll be something well worth watching.
Hot Toys has revealed its movie-accurate Captain America action figure from Avengers: Age of Ultron. And, as you likely know by now, when the collectibles company says “movie-accurate,” it’s not joking around; you can count the pores on 1/6th-scale Chris Evans’ face.
Arriving in the second or third quarter of 2015, the figure comes with newly painted helmeted head sculpt, newly painted Steve Rogers head sculpt, more than 30 points of articulation, a metal shield, a helmet, magnets embedded in figure’s forearms and back for holding shield, numerous interchangeable hands, a tailored costume and stand.
Dark Horse will explore the history and mythology of Azeroth, the setting of Blizzard Entertainment’s blockbuster video game franchise, in World of Warcraft: Chronicle.
Debuting in November, the multi-volume series is described as a “definitive tome of Warcraft history” that “reveals untold stories about the birth of the cosmos, the rise of ancient empires, and the forces that shaped the world of Azeroth and its people.
Creators | Shaenon Garrity chronicles Calvin and Hobbes creator Bill Watterson’s recent return to the public eye. While Watterson stopped drawing the strip in 1995, he recently provided a painting for the Team Cul De Sac charity, did an interview and created a poster for the documentary Stripped, and contributed as a guest artist to Stephan Pastis’ Pearls Before Swine comic strip. [Paste Magazine]
Comics | Some bonus Calvin and Hobbes content: Adam Weinstein looks at the history of those “peeing Calvin” decals, with a short road trip into the “praying Calvin” variant. [Gawker]
Creators | Marc Sobel interviews Ganges creator Kevin Huizenga. [The Comics Journal]