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David Who?

I’m not questioning the artistic merit of Michelangelo’s David, the sculpture is an unquestionable timeless masterpiece. But this sculpt of Marvel’s Venom is pretty cool!

By now it’s clear that soon every movie, TV show, and artistic endeavour is going to be tied to a Marvel comic book property, so let’s put Venom in Italy’s famed Galleria dell’Accademia as well.

It still blows my mind that Nicholas J. Brown (aka YouTube’s LoreCraft) only took up sculpting about a year ago.

In all seriousness, comparing Michelangelo’s David was a bad joke.

You cannot compare clay and marble.

David’ sculpture is not only so detailed, carving out a whole slab of marble without a single stone vein running out of place is a miracle if not a testament of amazing skill in itself.

Regardless, good job Nicholas J. Brown. 

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Avengers: Infinity GENOCIDE

I watched the latest Avengers and Marvel actually did it!

The reigning king of planet blockbuster crammed 30-plus superheroes into a single sardine tin of a movie.

Did it work, though? Was it any good? 

Personally I liked it, although Marvel always use alternative timelines (so everybody is always alive) for once I was satisfied to see many die. And not because I’m a hater but c’mon, they cannot always win. 

Thanos was portrayed fantastically, and Doctor Strange FINALLY delivered some A game! His solo movie was boring beyond believe, however he’s pretty awesome in this film.

The Scarlet Witch also showed some real powers AT LAST (but her role still small, and I don’t understand why,) and Thor as well was the GOD he is and not just another mortal like the rest.

This movie should be called Genocide.

I have many questions tho such as:

  1. Why did Strange did what he did??
  2. Why they made Vision look so weak?
  3. Why they didn’t cut off Thanos arm when they have the opportunity to? 
  4. Why is the Red Skull With the Soul Stone on Vormir? 
  5. Why won’t the Hulk Come Out?
  6. Why Tony (aka Iron Man) didn’t die instantly but instead survived on the final scenes? He’s a human, not a god or a mutant?? Didn’t make sense at all.
  7. Why powerful heroes died but the one with no super power (Black Widow) didn’t? 

Regardless, this film was SPECTACULAR! 

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The new trailer for Sony’s Venom movie is out, and it corrects the first trailer’s mistake by actually having Venom in it. Quite a lot of Venom, actually.

I’ve always been a huge fan of Venom (and Carnage) and have been waiting for a proper movie, especially in the wake of the abomination that was Spider-Man 3.

I thought not having any Spidey would be an issue (’cause he bonded with Spiderman first) but this looks absolutely fantastic to me!

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But… Where is Venom?

After months of secrecy and uncertainty about just what Sony’s Venom might look and feel like on the big screen, the first trailer has finally dropped.

Unsurprisingly, the trailer’s light on plot details, but what it’s chock full of is a brooding, moody Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) reflecting on his life and the briefest of glimpses at the horrific transformation that turns him into the lethal vigilant.

And by brief I we mean brief, as in there are a couple of split seconds where you can see the titular symbiote trapped within a container and later see its black essence spreading through Hardy’s body… Mind you, this is only a teaser trailer, meaning that a proper trailer is likely to drop sooner than later and hopefully with a PROPER Venom.

I’m kinda tired to see the same actors playing different superheros and villains all the time, but I hope Hardy makes a memorable Venom, because Venom is one of those MEMORABLE and terrifying entities that deserve a great film.

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She-Ra, Princess of Power, Is Making a Comeback

I am writing this on my phone while stomach down on a bed in the ER, because all of my internal organs blew out of my ass when I read the earth-shattering news that Netflix is rebooting She-Ra, the greatest 80s cartoon after He-Man

If they get it right, everyone involved deserves to have their faces on Mount Rushmore. If they get it wrong (ala the Jem! movie), they should be tried for mass murder for brutally killing millions of childhoods, including mine!

YES She-Ra, YAAAS!!!

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The Empire Against the Crisis

The infamous Darth Vader is defined by his corrupt deeds that inflicted evil throughout the universe. Good, however, triumphed over evil with rebel forces ultimately destroying the Empire and Vader’s prized Death Star.

Photographer Michaël Massart imagines his own story of what happened from there, and it’s completely different than what we’ve seen before… In his series called The Empire Against the Crisis, Massart has created Star Wars fan art that is grounded in reality.

May the force be with Massart ’cause Vader is going to destroy him for making fun of him.

Regardless, anything Lord Vader is awesome!

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Infinity War’s Cosmically Gigantic Trailer

A decade of movies has brought us to the end of a long road in the form of Avengers: Infinity War, an epic undertaking we finally got the first glorious look at today.

The trailer paints a grim future for the heroes as Thanos makes his long-awaited move, but it’s also jam-packed with hints at the war to come.

The Guardians of the Goddamn Galaxy!

Great trailer, I’m hyped!

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