Actually, for me it’s more like…
Fantastic Psylocke cover process by Kristafer Anka. The tat’s beautiful, but I hope it’s just a metaphor…
since i had these saved, thought you guys might like to see a step by step for this cover.
i was actually super proud with the rendering on the back, a little bummed it doesnt really show through with the tattoo on it haha. but hey, its all about the final product.
ACTUAL quote from Damon Lindelof, writer of Star Trek Into Darkness. When asked about Benedict Cumberbatch’s shirtless scene (which was apparently scripted at some point but then got cut), he wrote:
“As for the shirtless scene… we scripted it, but I don’t think it ever got shot. You know why? Because getting actors to take their clothes off is DEMEANING AND HORRIBLE AND…
These guys don’t even pretend to make an effort, do they? TOO MANY DICKS ON THE DANCEFLOOR.
I’ll admit I didn’t even think about it, probably because last movie had a little more equal representation in the scantily-clad department. So I didn’t bat an eye when Alice Eve was in her underwear. But shit, the rest of the movie made me so uncomfortable I wasn’t even paying attention to what the rest of them were wearing (or rather, not wearing). Well, except that the uniforms were ugly as shit.
Glad to see they mentioned that black woman at the helm.
Me, every time she was on screen: “Who is that woman? She looks awesome! Why does she not have more lines?”
I still stand by what I said about Carol and Uhura having actual things and stuff to do, which was an improvement over the first one.
I LOVE KIRK!! HE’S LITERATE BUT PRACTICAL!! HE LOVES BEING IN SPACE!! HE TRAVELS LIGHT!! HE’S A NERD AND A SHIRTLESS SPACE-HERO AT THE SAME TIME!!
(Why isn’t the new Star Trek movie out yet?)
For some reason I read part of that last bit as:
HE’S A NERD IN A SHIRTLESS PLACE
Great, now I have Rihanna stuck in my head…
Person: JJ, I want you to make some chocolate chip cookies.
JJ: [Returns several hours later with an apple pie mashed into a cookie box]
Person: … this is an apple pie mashed into a cookie box.
JJ: No, it’s chocolate chip cookies. Made for people like me, who hate chocolate!
I saw Star Trek Into Darkness on Wednesday. 3D RPX screening at Regal, for the record. Now, I enjoyed the 2009 film, but not without caveats, as I’ve indicated here on LJ, even with my initial excitement. Since then the trailers and other publicity material have failed to excite me, and…
I just recapped Star Trek Into Darkness for you. You’re welcome.
In celebration of the new Star Trek film FINALLY coming out, here is every main character from every series of Star Trek with carefully hand drawn silhouette profiles of all the actors who played them!
What, no Neelix? Kes? Jake? You’re killing me here.
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From Then to NOW!
↳ Marvel NOW! Presents Brian Wood’s X-Men, featuring Storm, Kitty Pryde, Rogue, Rachel Summers, Psylocke, and Jubilee. Who do you think changed the most?
Regarding who changed the most, Betsy went from being a timid British woman with bionic eyes to a fierce Japanese-bodied ninja so probs her.
…yeah, that was my first thought too.
…comics are embarrassing sometimes.Source: avengingyouth