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While I'm not a huge fan for zombie movies, I have to give mad props to Romero for redefining the genre for nearly 50 years. Night of the Living Dead, made on a small budget of $114,000, although not the first to depict zombies as mindless, unthinking creatures, did reform them as a ghoulish creature who fed on living flesh. To think that resulted in a huge change in the genre is amazing, especially with how zombie films are being made more and more.
George Andrew Romero February 4, 1940 - July 16, 2017 Rest in Peace
Wanted to make a drawing of the newly announced actor Jodie Whittaker taking over for Peter Capaldi on Doctor Who. I've only seen her in Attack the Block, but she did a good performance and am curious to see what she'll do differently as the new incarnation of the Doctor.
I know many people are angry over this, the first time a woman played the character after over 50 years the role's been played by men, and reading comments on Facebook definitively showed many were angry over this. And for all you haters...
So recently aka Frank 'ChiefBrodyRules' Ireland released his two year project of his take on a 90's Batman/Superman movie.
For those of you who don't know, Frank started his channel doing these awesome Youtube Poops and I been a fan since he did a mashup of Willy Wonka and Tron Legacy back in 2010. I did some fanart of one of his trailers, and it was about a few years ago I met Frank on Deviantart and really appreciated the work I did, so much so I did the Youtube thumbnail for his 80's Captain America: Winter Soldier trailer.
Now the Batman/Superman one was a fun experience. It started back in Janurary of 2015 when Frank did the Frank Ireland show and wanted to do a different take on the Batman v Superman trailers being done at the time.
I decided to do a promo for the trailer, and whipped up a Batman V Superman logo similar to the 2016 movie with the 1978 S shield and the 1989 Batshield put together.
Frank worked on some other projects, and it was around June of last year Frank told me he was taking the trailer in a different direction: mashing up Ben Affleck's Batman with the Christoper Reeves Superman in a type of 90's action schlock blockbuster. The inspiration for it was mostly Independence Day with the mixture of the floating heads from Batman Returns, those poster designs from those type of movie posters.
One of my favorite designs that I knew wasn't going to be used was a thumbnail that was meant to be a complete riff on Independence Day.
Then Frank made a huge change to the game: John Cusack as Superman and Bruce Willis as Batman. Holy Hell, I still reading that and just screaming "That's amazing!" I went back to the city being destroyed design, and tried to get Bruce Willis in the Affleck Bat cowl (very tricky). It was tricky trying to find good quality photos of Cusack, Connelly, and Willis in the 90s that would fit well together.
I wasn't really happy by the looks of that one, and the final version I did, which was the thumbnail that Frank ended up using, was done in August.
It was a fun time working on this, and because of how elaborate it was I wanted to share it to show how the project changed over time from my part. I'm so happy I was able to help out again on another one of his videos.