Posts Tagged ‘Superman’
Remember when Superman would jet off to his crazy crystal cave for some father-son quality time with a Marlon-Brando-fat-face-hologram? The cave actually exists in Mexico, and contains some of the biggest crystals in the world. One big difference though (besides the disappointing lack of a floating Brando-head) – Superman’s cave was insanely cold…this Mexican cave is muy caliente - about 120 degrees!
-via Bit Rebels
It’s hard to be a superhero sometimes – constantly saving careless people and thwarting annoying criminals. What happens when you just want to go to the grocery store and not be bothered by anyone? Here’s your answer – for $40 you can get the most foolproof disguise in the history of superheroes. Inspired by everyone’s favorite mild-mannered reporter, It might fly in the face of pesky logic that these plain plastic eyeglasses could be effective, but if it works for the Man of Steel, it’ll work for you. If it doesn’t, don’t come crying to me. You’re a superhero. Grow a pair.
Jacksonville based artist James Hance says his paintings scream out, “Childhood! It was amazing! I want it forever please!”. The mind-bending juxtapositions he creates feel perfect – you just know that if Hendrix was alive today he’d be rocking a high score on “Guitar Hero”. These are some of my favorites from James’ collection:
Be sure to check out more of James’ amazing work on Artbreak. Many of his pieces are still for sale…
Screwed by the latest economic downturn? Head down into your basement and dust off your old comic books – you might have one that’s worth a boatload of cash. These are the top 5 most valuable comics on the planet.
5. All-American Comics (1940): $160,000
First appearance of Green Lantern
4. Superman (1930): $270,000
First comic devoted solely to Superman
3. Marvel Comics (1939): $330,000
First appearance of the Human Torch from the Fantastic Four
2. Detective Comics (1939): $375,000
First appearance of Batman