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Our online order customers have been treated to surprises in the way of disgruntled superheroes. Makes the work a little more fun, too.
KINGS COMICS is Australia's leading comicky book store filled to the brim with capes, tights, and caffeine. Lots and lots of caffeine.
Awarded with the 1996 International Will Eisner ”Spirit of Comics” Retailer Award at Comic-Con International, San Diego.
sorry we haven’t been posting much lately folks, i’ve just gotten back from a trip to new zealand (words fail me) and will get back into putting up hopefully awesome things very soon.
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At Comic-Con in 2008, I stepped onto a hotel elevator and instantly found myself in the sky. At least, it felt that way. It was actually a very creative ad for Pixar’s Up that involved painting the inside of the elevator to look like the sky from the film, with Carl’s balloon-powered flying house in the corner, looking to be off in the distance. The ad always stuck with me, as I thought it was an imaginative — and very effective — way to promote a film, and easily the best use of advertising in an elevator I’d ever seen.
That is, until I saw this proposed ad for this summer’s Man of Steel, submitted to the Chip Shop Awards by Jon Massey and Ryan Brown. Massey and Brown take advantage of elevator design to present the classic image of Clark Kent opening his shirt to reveal the Superman logo underneath.
Additional promo artwork by Jonathan Case for his and writer Jeff Parker’s BATMAN: CLASSIC TV SERIES digital-first comic for DC.
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