For my final infographic I have decided to make an invitation flyer in the marvel comics universe of a Stark Industries expo; hosted by CEO and superhero Anthony ‘Tony’ Stark/ The Invincible Ironman. This final infographic is quite humours because it shows a program of whats happening at the fictitious expo and has some easter eggs and references to Marvel comics and the Ironman mythology.
Having just recently watched Captain America: Civil War, I can honestly say that I loved it and to me it is one of the best films of the MCU. The part I loved the best was the debut of my favourite Marvel Comics character Spider-Man, played by new actor Tom Holland. I loved everything about his performance; his geekiness, his awkwardness, his back-and-fourth banter with actor Robert Downey Jr and I especially love the newly designed costume he wore. In this post I will be discussing my top five Spider-Man costumes I love that Peter Parker has worn over the years.
Hello this is coming over a month to late, but today I’ve posted a media diary that I made which shows several different things I do in my daily day-to-day routine. I have created this media diary with Microsoft Excel, and I started the date with the time I started doing this unit, which was week one of the course.
With the release of Captain America: Civil War a few days away and the anticipated debut of Spiderman in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, I have created this rather funny and brilliant tie-in infographic showing The Daily Bugle’s reaction to the second trailer which was released on 10/05/16
Batman: Year One is an acclaimed Batman graphic novel and storyarc written by Frank Miller known for his critically acclaimed works such as; Daredevil, Sin City and The Dark Knight Returns, and drawn by artist David Mazzucchelli. In my opinion this is an essential and the definitive origin of The Dark Knight. The story was released in the 1980s, a decade which saw a growing increase in; crime, poverty, corruption, violence and political commentary on nuclear warfare in America. In the comic industry a new wave of writers and artist would appear and represent these issues in several critical acclaimed comics such as; Watchmen (Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons), The Dark Knight Returns (Frank Miller) and The Sandman (Neil Gaiman). This movement would become famously known as The British Invasion of comics, as writers of British origin; Alan Moore, Grant Morrison and Neil Gaiman, to name a few saw themselves being recruited by DC comics to take over from their American predecessors. The writers’ stories and writing style would also see the transition of Comic Books being called Graphic Novels because of their mature content.
This is the first infographic I made. When creating this I was influenced by Jesse Eisenberg’s portrayal of Lex Luthor in 2016’s Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice and the Justice League/ Justice League Unlimited cartoons which portrayed Lex Luthor as a Tycoon type businessman and included his company LexCorp; a research science laboratory.