Superman and Spider-Man are getting new clothes. Is their costume change an artistic or business move?
You’ll want to click on this, if for no other reason than to see The Hulk in a suit. Oh yea.
What do you think?
TONIGHT! It’s finally here. CollegeHumor’s Live Show at NY Comic Con. We’ll be joined by the one and only:
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Hosts Pat Cassels and Jeff Rubin. The show features Mike Drucker and an All New Live Hardly Working. Come wearing a costume and you may win something very special.
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Wooo! See you there! We also printed up a short run of this image as posters! Come early and claim your own!
by Youngwoo Cho
This is the stratospheric winter constellations, that is, viewed from the Air-bus 11-km above sea level. The Air-bus which took off Incheon was flying over the Pacific before landing at San Francisco in one and half hours. It was taken while new day’s dawning. It was expected that the Orionids would light up the sky, but I could hardly see any.
Orion, Canis’, Gemini, Taurus and another winter constellations alongside with the Pleiades can be seen in the sky. Note that some bright stars of the constellations Canis Major and Orion are seen reflected on the wing of the airplane. Sirius as well as the navigation light at the tip of the wing is very bright and is making.
Sarah Sze, Notepad, 2008 (detail). Color offset lithograph and laser engraving, bound as composition pad, dimensions variable. Edition no. 24/40. Printed and published by LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies, Columbia University, New York. Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; purchase with funds from the Print Committee 2008.299 © Sarah Sze