checked out the animatics here and see if it reaches your taste.
but for me... it will be awesome to have another live action movie. throwing a lot of CGI and great SFX. check out on Skeletor's line at the end.. cool di ba ?
|November 25, Sunday||Mall Hours||Confirmation of Registration and Submission of Entries|
|10 pm to 2 am||Ingress and set up|
|November 26, Monday||Mall Hours||Opening, Contest Proper and start of judging|
|November 27, Tuesday||Mall Hours||Contest Proper, continuation of judging|
|November 28, Wednesday||Mall Hours||Contest Proper, contiunation of judging|
|November 29, Thursday||5 or 6 pm||Announcement of Winners and Awarding|
|10 pm to 2 am||Egress|
FULLY BOOKED invites you to meet BEN TEMPLESMITH, the visual genius behind
the up-coming, much-awaited horror film, "30 Days of Night."
Australian commercial artist Ben Templesmith is best known for his
horror-themed artwork in "Fell" (Image Comics) and "30 Days of Night" (IDW
Publishing). He has been nominated for multiple Eisner Awards for his
groundbreaking comic work.
Ben has an instantly recognizable signature style, a great departure from
the clean linework in most mainstream comic books. In "30 Days" he
established a modern definitive vampire look that has been frequently
Sign up for the exclusive artists' workshops and talks!
Meet and Greet Ben Templesmith, 6PM at the Forum, 4/F Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street
Artists' Den Forum with Ben Templesmith and Art Jam, 2-5PM at the Forum, 4/F Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street
Book signing, 5-7PM at Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street
Limited Portfolio Review (Limited slots available. Deadline of registration
is October25, 2007)
11AM -12 noon
2 - 4 PM
5 - 7 PM
at the Forum, 4/F Fully Booked Bonifacio High Street
From Concept to Film: An Exclusive Artist Workshop with Ben Templesmith, 2-5
De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde
School of Design and Arts Campus
950 P. Ocampo St., Malate Manila
(Open to all and free of charge. Limited slots available, deadline of
registration is October 19, 2007)
To register, please call Fully Booked Customer Service at 858-7000 or email
post from : Ben's LJ
and at Fullybooked's website
see you all later !!!!!!!!!
|TransFormers The Movie DVD|
|Genre:||Action & Adventure|
New Worlds 5 to proceed as planned
In light of the recent explosion at Glorietta 2, the New Worlds
would like to announce that New Worlds 5: The 5th Philippine Science
and Fantasy Convention is proceeding as scheduled on October 27,
the Glorietta Activity Center.
Ayala Malls assures all attendees that security will be tighter and
safety of all mall patrons is their highest priority. As a result,
warned that all bags will be inspected. Please be ready to dismantle
unwrap all costumes, props, gadgets and toys for inspection upon
Please leave all weapons and props which may be misconstrued as
home. All props which may be misconstrued as a weapon will be marked
peace-bonded for everyone's safety and peace of mind. All such props
remain in the activity area at all times.
The New Worlds Alliance requests all people who intend to attend the
to comply with with these security regulations for a safe convention
everyone will enjoy.
New Worlds Website Overlord
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New Worlds 5!
October 27, 2007
Glorietta Activity Center
Comic Odyssey will be celebrating it’s 10th Anniversary with a signing event with John Beatty, Leinil Francis Yu, Edgar Tadeo, Mico Suayan and myself.
The event will be held on October 27, 2007, Saturday, at the 3rd Floor, Pedro Gil Wing of Robinson’s Place along Pedro Gil in Malate, Manila from 1pm to 5pm. Raffles will be held every half hour.
This is John’s second visit to the Philippines, and as many comic book fans would know, John is the legendary inker for many comic books for Marvel and DC including the very first Secret Wars, Captain America, Batman, Superman, The Nam, Spiderman, Avengers, GI Joe, Green Lantern, Justice League, Magneto, New Mutants, The Punisher, and so many more.
Leinil Francis Yu is my one time pencilling partner on many titles including Superman: Birthright, High Roads, New X-Men Annual 2001, Fantastic Four Annual 2001, Wolverine, and Silent Dragon. He’s since worked on Ultimate Hulk and Wolverine and New Avengers.
Edgar Tadeo is a very talented curly guy who has either colored or inked titles like Spawn, Iron Man, Wolverine, Silver Surfer, Captain America, and High Roads.
Mico Suayan has recently knocked people dead with his debut on Marvel’s Moon Knight.
FOR MORE INFO, PLEASE CALL: 536-8070, or email Sandy Sansolis at nixshop (at) gmail.com
ElectroLychee, the dynamic cutesy design duo recently released their new Ninja Plushies retailing at 350 pesos each. There are only 50 made in the entire run, so try to grab one of ‘em as soon as you can at select stores! Making the world cuter, one plushie at a time. We recommend you get both of them now because knowing plushie collectors, it may be hard to look for them once they’re gone!
The Lopez Memorial Museum and the Museum Foundation of the Philippines will host a lecture by preeminent comic writer and artist Gerry Alanguilan on Philippine Komiks on October 13, 2007 (Saturday) from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Komiks in the Philippines had its golden age in the 1950s to the early 1970s and is on a resurgence. The talk will provide an overview of the history of komiks the aesthetics as well as the artists and work involved in this collaborative art.
Alanguilan is a licensed architect who has become known for his work as an inker for Marvel, DC and Image, and on books like New X-men, Fantastic Four, X-Force, Wolverine, Batman: Danger Girl, Silent Dragon, and Superman: Birthright. Here in the Philippines, he has written and drawn comics since 1992 including Johnny Balbona. Siglo Anthology stories, Lastik-Man, Tales of the Big City, Timawa, Humanis Rex! and published Wasted, Crest Hut Butt Shop, Dead Heart Stories and currently Elmer through his own Komikero Publishing.
Alanguilan has not only inspired artists through his works and advice but is continually working to make more people appreciate the works of local comic artists.
The Stories on Philippine Art lecture series aims to create more awareness of various personalities, art forms and practices in the country. Fee is Php50 for students, Php100 for Museum Foundation members, Php150 for non-Museum Foundation members.
Lectures will be held at the Lopez Memorial Museum, ground floor, Benpres Building, Exchange Road corner Meralco Avenue, Pasig City. For more info, call 631-2417 or 404-2685.or email firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Lopez Memorial Museum and Library is a subsidiary of the Lopez Foundation, Inc.
'Andong Agimat' to the US film mart
By Bayani San Diego Jr.
MANILA, Philippines -- Unitel head Tony Gloria has a new baby.
"This is my pet project," he says of "Ang Mundo ni Andong Agimat," a popular graphic novel by prize-winning author/illustrator Arnold Arre.
Gloria has acquired the rights to "Andong," which he plans to produce into either a feature film or a TV series. Or both.
"It can start as a feature film and we can later turn it into a TV series," he says.
For the role of Andong, Gloria is eyeing Robin Padilla.
"He's not your typical hero. Andong's a loner and an ex-convict," he explains.
Unitel is preparing an audio-visual presentation on "Andong," which Gloria will screen at the American Film Market, running from Oct. 31 to Nov. 7 in Santa Monica, California.
It's Unitel's fourth time in the US film mart. "We scanned and colorized the storyboards. We edited and set the footage to music. We also gave it a 3-D title," he says.
He hopes to attract investors—to finance or to co-produce—with the "Andong" teaser.
Gloria admits that producing "Andong" is expensive.
"You can't do it with P20 million. If I had P50 million that would be ideal. But I can make it with P30 million to P35 million," he says.
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