Take a look at Marvel X Jason Polan’s graphic t-shirt collection from UNIQLO.
The characters joins the debuting Batwoman and Lois Lane in the latest crossover of The CW’s DC superhero series.
Their unique look isn’t the only reason why Volante pieces sell. They are made to be durable and able to withstand the daily rigors of wear and tear. As Willow herself put it, Volante Design’s goal is to “make practical, wearable clothing that makes you feel badass.
In all of DC’s new imprint madness, the relaunch of MAD Magazine hasn’t gotten quite as many pixels, but under new executive editor Bill Morrison it’s getting quite a revamp as well. The first new MAD issue is on stands today and it comes with a bunch of new contributors – incluing Bob Fingerman, Brian Posehn, […]
So you’ve seen one new look for trade dress, now DC is rolling out a new look for their own variant covers, seen here on Jim Lee’s variant for BATMAN #45 and John Romita Jr’s variant for NIGHTWING #44. The new trade dress is designed to spotlight the art, with no logos. It also emphasizes the […]
I know it’s crazy, but maybe this isn’t horrific but instead attractive and useful.
The phrase goes, “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” I don’t know anyone who follows it. For that reason, an eye-catching cover is necessary to catch the eyes of potential buyers. At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Mark Evanier (Jack Kirby historian and a comic legend in his own right) collected five comic book […]
As we told you on Tuesday, DC Entertainment unveiled a brand new logo for all its branding across all platforms. It’s more of a “print” type throwback logo, designed by Pentagram, specifically partner Emily Oberman, just in time to give DC a “rebirth” to its older, more hopeful and optimistic self.
Just as it did with The New 52, DC is ushering in a new logo for its new Rebirth era. The logo, which was designed by the design team Pentagram, will debut on next week’s DC Universe: Rebirth Special #1’ by Geoff Johns but will imediately be seen on all DC websites, social media channels, […]
It’s not often you come away from an awards show thinking “Man those title cards were amazing!” but that’s exactly what I thought while watching the Oscars on Sunday. Everything about the graphics used to introduce the nominees was spot on — from the gorgeously curated objects used for the Production Design nominees to the […]