When Scout Zhang spotted the creature scrambling up and away from the wreckage, he took a deep breath. Sure, the thing had just devoured thirty tons of perfectly good salvage, but when it came to first contact, patience always trumped anger. Concept art by Evan Liu.
When the first season of Star Wars Rebels ended with the appearance of Darth Vader, the bar was immediately raised. Vader is the icon of Star Wars and bringing him onto the show for season two changed everything.
It was worse. Just a giant pile of sad, right before your eyes.
Concept artist Christian Lorenz Scheurer has released a giant treasure trove of Batman v Superman concept art, and while it covers many, many things from the film, what stands out most is his exploration of Gotham.
Much of Star Trek Beyond takes place on an alien planet the crew gets stranded on after the destruction of the Enterprise. In this concept art by Victor Martinez, you can get a closer look at some designs for the planet, some ships that never made it to screen, and more.
The first Blade Runner movie takes place in the far-off, hard-to-imagine year 2019, and the upcoming sequel takes place several decades after that. As this first concept art reveals, the future of future L.A. isn’t bright at all.
The idea of a live-action American remake of the seminal anime movie Akira has always seemed like a disaster in the making to me, and the fact that the movie has languished in various forms of development hell seems to corroborate that idea. But after seeing this concept art of Chris Evans and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in…
Some Marvel Cinematic Universe characters have looks that are pretty close to their iconic comics incarnations, but the Scarlet Witch and Hawkeye have always ditched those looks for more practical outfits. However, this concept art shows Marvel was considering going in a more comic-accurate direction for them.
Round two of our war against alien invaders begins when Independence Day: Resurgence premieres on the weekend of July 4. But The Art & Making of Independence Day Resurgence July 4 weekend has a sneal peak at humanity’s arsenal and the aliens we’re battling, we’re happy to exclusively debut them.
The one thing that stands out about the new King of the Monsters on display in Shin Godzilla is how goddamn weird it looks. It’s recognisably Godzilla, but all gnarled and messed up in a way that looks quite unlike any take on Godzilla we’ve seen before. Which is why it’s always so fascinating to see, even in artwork.
Formfitting superhero costumes are rampant in the comics—after all, they don’t call it “donning the spandex” for nothing. But while T’Challa’s Black Panther suit in Civil War came out looking pretty much exactly like it did in the very first concept art we saw of the character, it almost took form-fitting to a whole…
We ask, because the official X-Men movies Facebook page has made five album covers for your consideration. This movie refuses to let you forget that it’s set in the ’80s.
If you’ve seen Captain America: Civil War, you know that at no point does Daniel Brühl’s Zemo wear anything like the comic book villain’s iconic hood. But now we have concept art that shows that Marvel considered it, at least.
We know that Luke and Rey will be spending time together in Star Wars Episode VIII. And we can only hope it proves the fan theory that Luke really only knows how to train a Jedi the same way he was trained.
Artist Alexander Lozano did a bunch of promotional art for Captain America: Civil War, but this one, the one that was never used, is possibly the best. Mainly because it focuses on only the movie’s two main characters and the detail in the damage is so dead on.
We’ve already filled you in on everything you ever wanted to know about the making of Finding Dory. Now get a look at some lovely concept art—we’re already in love with Hank the cranky octopus!—for Andrew Stanton’s Finding Nemo sequel, which will be in theaters June 17.
The sequel to Kingsman got a subtitle this weekend, the wonderfully nonsense-sounding The Golden Circle. But we also found out just enough about the plot to be convinced that it’s going to be as out there as the original.
Concept artist Victor Martinez has posted art from Batman v Superman, which honestly looks better than a lot that was in the actual movie. Like that graffiti in the picture above, which I honestly love.
Every year, the Spectrum Awards pick the most amazing art in science fiction and fantasy, from a number of categories including book covers, advertising, and concept art. This year’s nominees are absolutely stunning. Here are some of our absolute favorites.