The TV spot for Joop! Splash featuring Chad White!(Source:Modelhommes)
Saturday, February 05, 2011
Friday, February 04, 2011
The first 'official' poster for the Marvel Captain America poster debuted today, featuring Chris Evans as the WWII hero still operating in the modern era. Earlier this week Chris appeared on the cover of Empire magazine:
Chris bulked up for the role and certainly fills out the suit well, but with his brown hair he looks more like the current Cap, Bucky Barnes, than the blond Steve Rogers version. Previously, though, Chris played blond Johnny Storm, the Human Torch, in the Fantastic Four films, so there's a consistency to his roles. (Marvel avoids Chris having to ever play opposite himself by killing off the Torch this month in the Fantastic Four comic.)
Though the role is obviously filled, I couldn't help having a 'What If' moment when watching Showtime's 'Shameless' and noting how well Tyler Jacob Moore would have done as Cap:
Like any typical teenager, Conner Kent gets bored with schoolwork and staying home. Unlike most, Conner's also Superboy, so that when he goes out to clear his head, it means a superspeed run and some flying...
as well as, in this story by Andrew Sitterson and Eddy Barrows from the Superman 80 Page Giant, an encounter with a werewolf:
After making sure that Smallville's cattle population will remain relatively safe, Conner returns home to apologize:
Just a typical evening on the Kent Farm. The 80 page Giant includes stories starring Lois Lane, Perry White, Jimmy Olsen, Bizarro, and Supergirl.
Emporio Armani replaces Marlon Teixeira with Simon Nessman for Spring/Summer 2011, but, perhaps in the same homage to Single White Female as The Roommate opening this weekend, styles and photographs him in a remarkably similar manner. Photographed by Mario Sorrenti (Source:Kult)
Thursday, February 03, 2011
Perfectly timed for the Super Bowl weekend, Supplementaire publishes 'All American Jock' with Seth Kuhlmann photographed by Joe Lally! As it's Lally, there's a whole lot of nudity, so check out the rest of the pics at Morphosis!
Wednesday, February 02, 2011
When we last left Conner(Superboy)Kent, soldiers from the future had attacked Smallville High, and the visitor from the future calling himself Psionic Lad. In issue 4 of Superboy,by Jeff Lemire and Pier Gallo, Conner takes them on, with less than impressive results:
Surprisingly, the arrival of Simon Valentine results in the soldiers' departure:
Conner invites the guys back to the Kent Farm, where Psionic Lad tells of a bleak future somehow centering around Smallville and a malevolent being called the 'Prime Hunter', whom Psionic Lad wishes to defeat using training by Superboy. (Of course, Superboy wasn't even very effective against the future soldiers, so why would he be more effective against their leader?) Martha Kent invites Psionic Lad to stay at the Farm, and, after a short detour dealing with the bad guy from issue 2, Simon goes home, and Conner visits Lori Luthor (whom earlier Psionic Lad scanned and found had latent psychic ability, which might explain why she out the entire high school had been unaffected by the kid's arrival last issue):
The break up with Wonder Girl is, of course, discussed, as the potential for a Conner/Lori hook-up was obviously the catalyst behind the move. Not sure if Lemire's read Krul yet, but here he has Conner seemingly bummed out by the break-up, when, in Teen Titans, not only did he do the breaking up, but it had been in the works for a while. On the subject of cloning, though, I probably should have paid more attention in Biology, but I think Lori is the one who is wrong here. Most incest taboos are based upon the possibilities of genetic problems arising from close relatives procreating, and Conner's DNA would indeed be close enough to Lori's to merit concern. Besides, she's annoying.
Meanwhile, back at the Kent Farm, the houseguest gets a visit from the future:
It seems he's here for nefarious purposes. But, while the obvious target is Superboy, Psionic Lad never actually mentions his name. Could the target be the one who caused the soldiers to flee, earlier in the issue, Simon? More next issue!
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