No man can cross this land… A warning like that had no chance of bothering Wonder Woman. That wonderful scene has been brought to life Brazilian artist. You can see more of his work at Facebook or buy some amazing prints at his Deviant Art store.
This film by Erasmus Brosdau is a labour of Warhammer 40K love. A few seconds into the short and you’ll see why its impressive. What we have is the first 8 minutes of a larger film called “The Lord Inquisitor”. Frankly, I think that Inquisitor is a bit of a sadist. This isn’t the first […]
This trailer for The Animated Adventures of Firefly will make you wish you could watch it now. We don’t know when it’s coming. We’re teased: soon. What will Fox do? Will they hold back the lawyers? Will they cancel another Firefly show to protect their IP? You’d like to think the cast and crew would […]
I went to see Batman: The Killing Joke having read the original graphic novel some years before, but not with it fresh in my mind and having read some SDCC-born concern over the treatment of Batgirl. I left wondering why we had two separate movies held together by a narrator. The first half has a […]
A beautifully animated story about two brothers hunting foxes out in the heart of ancient China. In one short clip we’ve betrayal, bravery, hatred and love. The project is the work of four students from the French school Supinfocom Arles.
Thomas Lucas is onto a winner. This animation is a series of 2 second scenes and people die in each one. What’s not to like? The whole video was put together by Tom in his spare time. As it happens he works as an animator for his day job and that goes a long way […]
The great work of Lee Harcastle. What’s not to like about animate kittens? So cyute. No? The timing of this video is great. The gods of Bethesda have just released the latest, actual, Doom.
An astronaut sets off on a search for life another planet. With no sign of life anywhere nearby; what a gamble to make. This short animation does a great job at remind us how huge space it and how lonely a trip away from Earth would be.
Slightly NSFW dur to naked puppets. This is an incredibly well animated stop-motion by Christophe Peladan. It’s a strange love story that features a hanging pirate on a flying boat, a naked witch and a guardian octopus. The project was shot at The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark over a period of 6 years.
How did the Earth really end up with the moon? In this short sci-fi animation a race of powerful spacetime engineers are building the universe and the younger ones are fed up of getting the boring jobs while the older ones worry about the quality of the work. The Looking Planet looks gorgeous with space […]