We’re working on a format issue but my brother and I are so close to getting our first podcast up. It may be on SoundCloud or I may upload to YouTube with visuals. Or it could be both. We’ll let you know.
The morning after the Oscars C-SPAN Washington Journal asked callers/commenters, “What is Hollywood’s influence on politics?” Now I’m not going to dive into politics in this post. The call-ins raised a whole other issue for me more important than political/issue statements made during acceptance speeches. But an enthusiastic caller denounced the actions of Oscar recipients…Read moreRead more
Twitter’s new look took flight the other day to the praise and condemnation, of it’s users. Comments covered the spectrum of criticism with any software update, but this one pretty much summed it all up: My Twitter turned round overnight. I'd have preferred the ability to edit. — Greg Capullo (@GregCapullo) June 17, 2017
I know, I know. Another Wonder Woman post. But this one isn’t about the movie. Well not any of the visual elements of the movie. This is about the (soon to be/already) infamous theme for Diana, Princess of Themyscira originally titled “Is She With You?” on the Batman v. Superman soundtrack.
I was going through my old photos and found these gems from the Star Wars area at Hollywood Studios. Models, costumes, and blown up concept art! Even legit costumes that you can buy (for a price).
Here is the latest sketch and review for Wonder Woman. My brother Keith and I discuss the movie with no spoilers: I’ve seen it, he hasn’t. An artists note: I find Diana hard to draw from scratch. I don’t know what it is, maybe the tiara. The audio is an excerpt from the Amateur Dads…Read moreRead more
Love this behind the scenes from Game of Thrones season 7: Season starts mid-July, not so far away.
The family went and saw Wonder Woman last weekend. I have another sketch and review coming on what I thought about it. In the meantime, please enjoy this Extended Featurette. [FOOD FOR THOUGHT: It’s very interesting the thumbnail of this video makes it look like Wonder Woman is bound by the lightning. (If you’ve posted to…Read moreRead more
I’ve been searching for some backup on my decision to take my kids to see Wonder Woman this weekend and this article helped a lot. To hear straight from the director Patty Jenkins that she had little girls in mind is such a sigh of relief.