Paul Ainsworth Has A Napoleon Complex & So Can You

Urban Dictionary defines the phrase “Napoleon Complex” as: “A personality complex that consists of power trips and false machismo to make up for short height and feelings of inferiority.”   Canadian artist, Paul Ainsworth has taken this definition to heart and utilized some of pop culture’s biggest characters to create a new series of prints that…

Phase 3 Of Our Tribute To “Deadpool” Smells Like Teen Spirit

“Wait till you get a load of THESE posters…”

Yes, I know, you’re probably wondering, “why the Nirvana reference?”  If you are old like me, think about when that song first came out.  You couldn’t get away from it,  It was everywhere.  You overdosed on it and you loved it.  It was a tsunami of the…

Phase 2 Of Our Tribute To “Deadpool” Is Like Doing A Double Shot Of Tapitio With A Wasabi Chaser

“Daddy needs to express some rage”
 

Let’s face it, with “Deadpool“ just over a week away, we can’t stop touching ourselves, I mean, anticipating its arrival in theaters.  Yesterday we revealed Phase 1 of our tribute to The Merc With A Mouth and today….well today we unleash a little something we like to call…“Phase 2.” …

Get Ready To Make The Chimi-F’n-changas! Bask In The Glory Of The Poster Posse’s Tribute To “Deadpool” (Phase 1)

FINALLY! The wait is almost over.  We are so excited to watch Tim Miller’s R-rated foray into the Marvel Universe that, just writing this article, I may have peed my pants a little.  (Just a little folks, caaaaaalm down.  I’m a grown man and my bladder control is legendary.)  The movie we are speaking of…

Happy New Year From The Poster Posse!

DANG!  2015 is already behind us?  Where….the….hell….does….the…..time…go?  2015 was truly a phenomenal year for the Poster Posse.  We were fortunate enough to collaborate with some incredible companies including Marvel, Disney, Pixar, Vertigo, 20th Century Fox, Lucasfilm, Hyundai and SciFiNow to name a few.  We wanted to thank everyone who supported, appreciated, and shared our many…

Orlando Arocena Shows Us What Happens When The Deadpool & Star Wars Universes Collide

Vector master Orlando Arocena had a pretty damn productive 2015.  He cranked out a plethora of highly desirable art for properties including Guardians of the Galaxy, Crimson Peak, Pac Man, Mad Magazine, Mad Max, Spectre, and many more.  One of his final projects for the year takes us to the galaxy far, far away and…

Netflix’s New Marvel Series, “Jessica Jones” Is The Dark, Gritty, Female Superhero Hit We Have Been Longing For

We loved what Netflix did with “Daredevil” so it was no surprise that we were eagerly anticipating the arrival of their NEXT Marvel series, “Jessica Jones.”  Full disclosure, we didn’t know anything about “Jessica Jones” before this series.  I think it’s safe to say that we were not alone and that she was not a…

iAM8BIT’s Latest Show: “Postcards From Space” Is Outta This World

On Thursday November 5th, iAM8BIT opened their doors on a brand new show, “Postcards From Space.”  The show is a group exhibition by some pretty fantastic artists who have created actual postcards from fictional, intergalactic destinations.  This one is packed with pure awesomeness and draws inspiration from spacey locations in movies, TV shows, books, animation,…

AMC’s First Trailer For “Preacher” Left Us Craving MORE!

“It’s about my Dad, I want you to hurt’em…”
“How hurt you want’em?….”

When AMC announced that they would be launching a new series based off the comic book series, “Preacher,” die-hard fans rejoiced.  I mean, why not?  AMC has done an absolutely sensational job bringing Robert Kirkman’s “The Walking Dead” from the printed page to television…

SciFiNow Enlists Luke Butland To Re-Imagine The Cover To The 1996 DC Classic: “Kingdom Come”

Our ongoing collaboration with SciFiNow continues and this month Luke Butland was brought in to re-imagine the cover to “Kingdom Come” for their book of the month club.  The beloved four-issue comic book mini-series from DC came out in 1996 and was written by Mark Waid and Alex Ross with art by Ross.  SciFiNow spoke…