The Poster Posse Pays Tribute To Warner Bros. “Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice” – Phase 1

“The greatest gladiator match in the history of the world, god vs man, day vs night…”

Ever since director Zach Snyder blew fans minds at San Diego Comic Con with the announcement of “Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice,” we have been counting the months, weeks, days, minutes and moments until we could descend upon theaters…

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…

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…

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…

Orlando Arocena Gives Us A Spectacular Batman/Predator Mash-Up

Two of pop culture’s most beloved characters, DC’s protector of Gotham, “Batman” and one of 20th Century Fox’s most lethal and feared hunter/ killers, “Predator” are synonymous with being dark, powerful, elusive and effective.

When these two first faced off back in 1991 in a crossover series, fans were begging for more.  Luckily, DC listened and…