Well this is all kinds of suck. John Hughes died of a heart attack. Sucks even more that he was only 59.
Found this awesome zombie themed art while browsing the web. Its drawn by an artist who goes by Jason Chan. He has some pretty cool imagery on his website, though some of it is a tad Not Safe For Work. You have been warned. His gallery doesn’t seem to be updated anymore. Instead he seems to be opting to post his latest art directly to his blog.
Also if his artwork looks familiar to you, its probably because you saw it in the special features section of the I Am Legend DVD. Jason was commissioned to do two of the comics for the movie. They turned out really well plus you can even view them online here. Warning blood and sad music.
I’d just like to take a moment to complain about the lack of awesome FCUK Batman The Dark Knight T-shirts in the US. See all those awesome T-shirts there at the bottom of this page? I’m particularly a fan of the Heath Ledger inspired Joker t-shirt.
You know how many we can purchase in the US?
Just this guy. I can’t even drive up to the Canadian stores because they only have 1 shirt to choose from as well. The spirit is willing FCUK! Its just that I don’t have the money/time to fly to Europe at the moment. Plus I don’t enjoy paying some chain smoker on ebay 3 times the price to pick one up for me either. Anywho thats my little rant for today. Enjoy the awesome t-shirts…
UPDATE (March 26, 09): Just checked the various FCUK online stores and they are no longer carrying any of the Batman shirts listed above.
I saw “Burn After Reading” at the theater last night. I thought it was great. If you liked the trailer you may like it. If you thought the trailer was lame you have a much higher chance of liking it, or at least that was my case.
Go see it. It’s funny. You’ll laugh. Or you’ll stare uncomfortably at the screen.
Also the “PC or Mac” line cracked me up.
The Dark Knight easily ranks as my favorite movie for this year. If you’ve seen it you know how great it is. Heath Ledger, so awesome as the Joker. Blah Blah Blah… Oh right the motorcycle jacket you see Christian Bale wearing 1/3rd of the way through the movie.
Turns out Belstaff, the guys that made said motorcycle jacket, are taking pre-orders for a batman jacket of your very own. Or if you’re not into the pre-order thing you can pick one up at Barneys New York, home of all things that don’t fit me, at some point in the future.
How much is this motorcycle jacket going to set you back? Only 1,200$ for the chance to look like 6,000 other guys if the LA Times is to be believed. Hopefully the majority of the jackets will see some motorcycle time, or at least a Lamborghini Murciélago.
Via LA Times