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The New Gods

Contemplating the Boom Tube: Can We Have a Fourth World Movie?

  Yesterday was Jack Kirby’s birthday. Born Jacob Kurtzberg on August 28, 1917, Jack “King” Kirby would have been 95 years old had he not passed away in February of 1994. Kirby was and continues to be one of the most influential artists and creators in comic books. Working on and off for both [...]
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Character Art: Justice League

As the week draws to a close, so too does the story of any character in movies, television, literature, and comic books. We at Noise Shark have decided to honor such an event by showcasing artwork made for or inspired by these characters. The first team book in comics, The Justice League of [...]
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Character Art: In Loving Memory of Joe Kubert

Instead of the usual opening, I would like to express my profound sadness that the comic book and artistic community has lost one of its own: Joe Kubert. Mr. Kubert passed away yesterday. He was an enormous influence on artists, founding his own school, The Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, [...]
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Holy Versatility Batman!: Batman in Comics

In honor of the upcoming release of The Dark Knight Rises, the final movie in the Christopher Nolan Batman trilogy, I’ve decided to dedicate this week to a series of articles honoring the versatility of everyone’s favorite billionaire crime fighter, Batman. Unless you’re more of a Marvel person, [...]
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Character Art: Heroes in Classical Art

As the week draws to a close, so too does the story of any character in movies, television, literature, and comic books. We at Noise Shark have decided to honor such an event by showcasing artwork made for or inspired by these characters. Today, our inspiration is superheroes as reimagined in [...]
The Flash

Where’s Wally?: A Fangirl’s Search for The Missing Flash

In light of the news that, yes, The Justice League movie is a go and that Wonder Woman and The Flash are having scripts written for their own movies, as well as the new Character Art segment started last week, I feel the need to address my thoughts on the disappearance of one of my favorite [...]
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Character Art: The Flash

As the week draws to a close, so too does the story of any character in movies, television, literature, and comic books. We at Noise Shark have decided to honor such an event by showcasing artwork made for or inspired by these characters. Today, we’ll be taking a look at The Flash. Whether you [...]
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