Mad Max: Fury Road won big at the Oscars last night, taking home six of the statues it was nominated for: Best Film Editing, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design, Best Makeup and Hairstyling, Best Sound Editing and Best Sound Mixing. The wins are well deserved—Fury Road was a landmark in blockbuster storytelling, transporting us to a cutthroat world on the brink of collapse where danger reigns supreme. If you haven’t yet seen it, you should. It’s easily one of best action films of the decade. But it’s not actually the whole story…
Lucifer, the brand new #DCTV show based on the classic Vertigo series, premieres tonight. That doesn’t give you a lot of time to get caught up on his 25-year comic book history. (Though you’re welcome to try. Lucifer’s original series as well as his brand new comic are both available digitally.) Fortunately, thanks to our friend Comic Drake, you don’t have to.
Who says you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover? When the series is SLASH & BURN, the cover art is by the remarkable Tula Lotay and her process involves multiple steps that include everything from watercolor to photography, we’re not sure we agree. With SLASH & BURN #3 in stores today, we asked Lotay if she’d mind taking us through her process, step-by-step.
After taking a break for the holidays (even zombies like making gingerbread houses and exchanging gifts), iZombie returns tonight with an all-new episode that will kick off the second half of the season.