Dave Rapoza did the art on this wallpaper by of the day.I chose this in honor of the new pics of the live action TMNT movie coming August 12 2014.
Here are a few new pics of what the heroes in a half shelf will look like in the upcoming movie this year. These pics feature April (which I’m sad to say doesn’t look too bad), the turtle van, The Shredder, and a possible movie poster. Let me know what you think? Do you think that they look too crazy and they strayed from the Turtles sewage roots or does Michael Bay and the gang look like they are putting their best foot forward?
For this outfit, I decided to change up the color scheme for the formal wear, I think in some cases, that if the same colors are used for both the casual and formal wear, it seems too “cartoony”, I want the person to know for himself what the outfit is based off of and have some sort of feel of a secret identity while in the outfit. Now here’s the outfits, please let me know what you think, and any suggestions. In about a month, I would like to have villains weeks for the outfit. Please feel free to tell me who you would like to see.
Green Lantern Casual
Green Lantern Formal
With these outfits I decided to use color schemes from two of cyclops’s most notable outfits from the comics. One would be from the famous colors of the 90’s television show, X-Men. The other would be from the 80s comic book outfit or from x-factor uniform . I wanted to give little nods to each character’s powers or personality. In this case, Cyclops’s Causal I gave the outfit red framed glasses for his optic powers and red sunglasses for his formal. Please let me know what you guys think of the ensembles.
Cyclops 90s Casual
Cyclops 80s Formal
I always loved the idea of themed outfits. I usually see these concepts mainly for women on Tumblr and they are incredible, but i never see any outfits constructed for men’s wear. I, the bigboyNERD, have come to fill that void. My first concept outfit is themed from The Merc with a Mouth. As you can see i have two outfits for one character, one formal and casual. PLEASE let me know what you think about them I put alot of effort into them, and any requests, let me know thanks!
Here is the trailer for the new DC universe animated movie- Son of Batman. It’s based off of Grant Morrison’s 2006 graphic novel, Batman and Son. I usually do not like the way Morrison writes Batman because I believe he is usually off the mark when it comes to providing the emotionally depth of the character. He writes Batman as if he is emotionless. While most Batman readers may love to him like this, I like when he has to regulate his emotions for a higher purpose. I always believed that’s one of Batman’s strongest qualities. Being able to be a strong character even though it’s apparent he he’s emotionally tormented. Morrison explores this for a change. While Dick Grayson, Jason Todd and Tim Drake were son like figures in his Batman’s life, they all provided a different dynamic and contrasting perspectives. Batman & Son was a great story of Bruce Wayne understanding a new person in his life that is so much like him. He has to understand himself more in order to teach his son to be a better and more compassionate hero. Batman & Son is a good read.
I have been wanting to do a post about this artist in particular for quite sometime. Usually when I write about music, I say: This artist is one of my favorite or this artist is smooth and makes music that make you move. When it comes to Theophlius London, he is one of a kind in every way possible. While most artists use music to facilitate their personal styles, the Brooklyn native is style and fashion incarnate. He doesn’t dress wild and crazy to get an audience-ahem, Lady Gaga, nor is he Kanye West trying to reinvent style with the use of his music. London is style that has been transformed into a listening form. He reminds the listener/viewer that style is what you make it and that it is important for it to vary with each person. He not only thrives in electronic music, he somehow manages to still be a hip-hop/R&B artist. London is eclectic, all the while being musically balanced and in his music, there isn’t too much of any genre of music to label him as a specific type of artist. He caters to the majority of listeners. Some can argue that he sounds too old school because he has many 80s sampled tracks or too flamboyant, but one thing you can’t argue is that no one in music sounds anything like him. He’s original in a music world where everything on the radio uses the same template of percussion to make a hit. Theophlius London will draw you in with charming ways and his unabated style.
This Charming Mixtape : 2009
I Want You: 2010
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