Matt Needle Brilliantly Reimagines The Book Cover For China Miéville’s “The City And The City” For SciFiNow

Inspector Tyador Borlú, of the Extreme Crime Squad in the European city-state of Besźel, investigates the murder of Mahalia Geary, a foreign student found dead with her face disfigured in a Besźel street. He soon learns that Geary had been involved in the political and cultural turmoil involving Besźel and its “twin city” of Ul…

John Aslarona’s Max & Furiosa Prints Reignite Our Passion For Fury Road

“Mad Max: Fury Road” is easily, without a doubt, hands down, undeniably, beyond all reasonable doubt, the best action movie we have seen in a long time.  From start to finish it packs a visual, post-apocalyptic wallop that already has us looking forward to the sequel, “Mad Max: The Wasteland.”

New York artist John Aslarona has just…

Doaly Gives Fans A Grisley Reimagination Of Alan Moore’s “From Hell” For SciFiNow

We continue our monthly collaboration with SciFiNow’s Book Club with a reimagined cover for Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s “From Hell.”  Featured in this month’s issue (Available HERE), featured artist, Doaly, gives us a grim look at the storyline with a fantastic new image.

From Hell, Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell’s epic revision of the Jack the Ripper murders, posits Sir William…

Oli Riches New “Interstellar Series” Explores Mankind’s Fascination With Space Exploration

‘We’ve always defined ourselves by the ability to overcome the impossible. And we count these moments. These moments when we dare to aim higher, to break barriers, to reach for the stars, to make the unknown known. We count these moments as our proudest achievements.’ – Cooper, Interstellar

Last year Christopher Nolan blew our minds with…

Matt Ferguson Partners With Grey Matter Art For An Awesome, Officially Licensed Marvel/ Iron Man Print

When Marvel released Iron Man back in 2008 it launched a plethora of things.  It revived Marvel Entertainment, it secured Robert Downey Jr.’s place in pop culture fandom and it was the beginning of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.  The movie grossed almost $600 million dollars and was a massive, global success.

Fast forward 7 years and now superhero films are…

Phase 2 Of Our Tribute To Marvel’s “Ant-Man” Shows Us That “Heroes Don’t Get Any Bigger!”

“Second chances don’t come around all that often. I suggest you take a really close look at it. This is your chance to earn that look in your daughter’s eyes, to become the hero that she already thinks you are.” – Hank Pym

Yesterday we launched Phase one of our tribute to Marvel’s next superhero film,…

The Poster Posse Launches A Titanic Tribute To Marvel’s Tiniest Superhero, “Ant-Man”

On July 17th Marvel launches their next installment into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Ant-Man.” Directed by Peyton Reed the film stars Paul Rudd, Michael Douglas, Evangeline Lilly, Corey Stoll, Bobby Cannavale, and Michael Pena.  The official synopsis goes as follows:

The next evolution of the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings a founding member of The Avengers to the big…

Under The Floorboards & U.K. Artist Chris Skinner Announce A Fantastic Print For A Sci-Fi Classic: “Quartermass & The Pit”

The British Sci-Fi classic, “Quartermass & The Pitt” has everything you could want from a late 60’s science fiction, horror film.  Mystery, intrigue, an alien invasion, an ignorant military presence and of course, mediocre special effects.  All of this came together perfectly back in 1967 when the film was released.  In collaboration with Studio Canal, Under…