Great Film Posters By Tomasz Opasinski

Ah, the simplicity of design. Polish artist Tomasz Opasinski works for a few advertising agencies in America. Below are some great examples of non-commercial posters he’s created that just use one quote and one design element to capture the tone of the subject. See more of his great work here.

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New Marvel vs Capcom 3 Promos

From the fine artists at Udon, comes these two nifty looking pieces of art to promote the upcoming Marvel vs Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds game. The newer one at the top is from Alvin Lee and Saejin Oh, and the one underneath it is from Joe Ng and Espen Grundetjern. Both are, obviously awesome.

Uncanny X-Men #531 Preview

Thanks to Marvel, below is a text-free preview of next month’s Uncanny X-Men.

Your First Look at UNCANNY X-MEN #531

Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Uncanny X-Men #531 featuring the debut of rising star Kieron Gillen as co-writer with Eisner Award – winning writer Matt Fraction, as they team with superstar artist Greg Land! The X-Men have fought tooth and claw to defend Utopia from invaders and now they’d do anything to get off it! An unexplained illness has broken out, depowering every mutant it infects and riddling them with horrific side effects. Wolverine? Dying of adamantium poisoning. Rockslide?  Soon to be rubble. But with quarantine now in full effect, will the X-Club be able to discover the cause without help from the mainland? And just who was the harbinger of this mysterious malady? Beware because, this December, mutantkind becomes all the more endangered, only in Uncanny X-Men #531!

UNCANNY X-MEN #531 (OCT100659)

Written by MATT FRACTION & KIERON GILLEN

Pencils & Cover by GREG LAND

Rated T+ …$3.99

FOC – 11/26/10, On-Sale – 12/22/10

Graphic Gaffe: The Flash #6

Last week’s issue of The Flash, starring the resurrected speedster Barry Allen battling accusations of murder from future Rogues, had the following error on one of its last pages. It seems someone missed the double up of Barry’s dialogue, or something. Great cover though.