The Stock Market - No. 13More Like This
Issue No. 13|
The inspirational magic of one image awakening the creative muse of hundreds of artists.
This issue’s stock image
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Ce monde avorte by Marjie79
Robots, Aliens and Outcasts:Neill Blomkamp's WorldMore Like This
ROBOTS, ALIENS, AND OUTCASTS: Neill Blomkamp’s World
Alien 5 Melting
Was 1979 the most glorious year in world history?
I will give you three compelling arguments for why the answer is yes. For starters, it inspired the best pop–rock song about coming of age ever recorded: The Smashing Pumpkins’s 1979. Second, it is the year that gave us two groundbreaking developments in sci–fi filmmaking: Ridley Scott’
James Joyce In SpaceMore Like This
James Joyce in Space
By istickboy, @TruePictureInc
Milky Way by hyperblade416
1922 First Edition Cover
by James Joyce
What do you think about when you look at the stars in the night sky?
Every June 16, the day fans of novelist James Joyce celebrate “Bloomsday
Batman Turns 75More Like This
Batman Turns 75
Batman Detective ARTGERM by DeevElliott
27 Facts About the Dark Knight Detective
The Editorial Team’s own DeevElliott brings his copious comics knowledge to the site once more in celebration of a certain comic detective character’s big birthday celebration.
Batman is 75 years old this year and no character
Fan Art Friday: The Nightmare Before ChristmasMore Like This
Fan Art Friday: What’s This?
Christmas comes by Nazotoki-heika
One of the most unique holiday films ever made was originally inspired by the juxtaposition of Halloween and Christmas holiday decorations
that iconoclastic director Tim Burton saw in a store window. The Nightmare Before Christmas was first conceived in the form of a poem rather than a screenplay, composed by Burton in 1982 while he was wo
Rare Export: A Different Kind of Santa Claus StoryMore Like This
Rare Export: A Different Kind of Santa Claus Story
Hyvaa Joulua Merry Christmas by Emmendal
It’s almost Christmas.
Are you, like me, beginning to get a queasy feeling from all the saccharin and sugar in the holiday movies you’ve been incessantly watching since Thanksgiving?
You started with “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Miracle on 34th Street,” hit your stride with Ralphie in
Beetlejuice 2 Is On The WayMore Like This
Beetlejuice 2: The Return to Tim Burton’s Maddest Vision
Mr. and Mrs. Juice by KleeB
The shooting script has been written
Tim Burton is ready to return as director. Winona Ryder has indicated she’s ready to reprise her character. Now we only await the decision of the only actor possessing the genuine touch of madness necessary to bring the glory that is “Beetlejuice” fully to life. Michael Keaton is letting the publ