But what is it? Look below to find out!
Yes, the misspelling is deliberate. Read on to find out why!
As AT&T’s attempt to acquire Warner grinds along, there are a great many rumors in the air, some going back as far as 2016, about the Warner monolith possibly being broken up and sold off in pieces, or some other massive restructuring for a variety of reasons. Those rumors got another boost this week, fueling endless speculation and fanboy conspiracy theories. Variations on the question “Is Warner selling DC to Marvel” have been popping up on Quora and Reddit for a few days now. So it seems like it’s up to us to clear up a few misconceptions.
Let’s have some fun!
Continuing with my lengthy and meandering conversation with Kevin Conran, Production Designer, and Michael Sean Foley, Lighting Designer, reminiscing about the making of ‘Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow’ and random digressions into wherever the conversation and the Guinness took us.
A look back at 2004’s ‘Sky Captain’ and the first part of an interview with Art Director Kevin Conran and Lighting Designer Michael Sean Foley.
The convoluted history of the various Captains Marvel (and their knockoffs) is probably the subject of more urban legends and misunderstandings than probably any other segment of comics history. Throw in the widespread confusion over the difference between copyright and trademark, and it’s a pretty deep swamp. Let’s go wading!