youngjusticer:

Marvel's upcoming superhero TV show, starring Charlie Cox, is due next year. The May of 2015 will see the return of the blind-as-a-bat badass Daredevil. The thirteen-episode Netflix series will revolve around a lawyer turned vigilante cleaning up his NYC turf, Hell's Kitchen. Filming is currently underway.
Elektra, by Arthur Gutierrez.

youngjusticer:

Marvel's upcoming superhero TV show, starring Charlie Cox, is due next year. The May of 2015 will see the return of the blind-as-a-bat badass Daredevil. The thirteen-episode Netflix series will revolve around a lawyer turned vigilante cleaning up his NYC turf, Hell's Kitchen. Filming is currently underway.

Elektra, by Arthur Gutierrez.

youngjusticer:

Believe it or not; folks’ favorite character from Guardians of the Galaxy is none other than a CGI tree with mournful eyes and a body made of regenerating twigs. Like Vin Diesel, Groot is not the world’s most inspired conversationalist, with his vocabulary only limited to five words. But imbued with triumphant or furious inflections, “I am Groot” turns out to be surprisingly versatile. For more nuanced thoughts, his best friend, Rocket Raccoon, is available to understand or interpret. The filmmakers seem to have recognized Groot’s broad appeal, positioning him as the main source of comic relief, as well as the one who provides his teammates with rare moments of wonder. Ultimately, he saves their lives by laying down his own. Through a tree, GotG captures Americans’ troubled relationship with the environment; we love the way nature makes us feel, but we also expect to take from it without worrying about consequences.
Let’s Rocket, by Jenny Harder.

youngjusticer:

Believe it or not; folks’ favorite character from Guardians of the Galaxy is none other than a CGI tree with mournful eyes and a body made of regenerating twigs. Like Vin Diesel, Groot is not the world’s most inspired conversationalist, with his vocabulary only limited to five words. But imbued with triumphant or furious inflections, “I am Groot” turns out to be surprisingly versatile. For more nuanced thoughts, his best friend, Rocket Raccoon, is available to understand or interpret. The filmmakers seem to have recognized Groot’s broad appeal, positioning him as the main source of comic relief, as well as the one who provides his teammates with rare moments of wonder. Ultimately, he saves their lives by laying down his own. Through a tree, GotG captures Americans’ troubled relationship with the environment; we love the way nature makes us feel, but we also expect to take from it without worrying about consequences.

Let’s Rocket, by Jenny Harder.