Max Dalton’s art isn’t flashy. It’s simple and clean, which allows for the complex subjects he chooses or unique mediums he uses to really shine through. That’s been the case for years, and his latest show definitely continues the trend.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of the fanciest toys that will have you even more upset you’re not able to make it to the San Diego Comic-Con this year. And if you’ve ever lamented not having an Arnold Schwarzenegger figure that looks like he just took the day off to visit Home Depot, you’ll find…
Two years ago, Los Angeles art gallery iam8bit presented a great idea: an art show filled with work based on sequels that don’t actually exist. They called it SEQUEL—and now that show has its own sequel.
Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands, which came out 25 years ago this week, is more than just an updating of Frankenstein. It’s the story of a gentle robot who tries to live among regular people—and when I saw it as a little kid, this movie meant everything to me.
When an actor takes on a huge, break-out role, he or she runs a huge risk of getting typecast. This is what leads to things like Leonard Nimoy writing I Am Not Spock. But occasionally, an actor won't just play one iconic, famous character – they'll play two, or three. Here's a list of the genre actors who were either…
Artist John Woo (no relation to the director) kicked off his He Wears It series by outfitting Star Wars characters in high-fashion duds. His latest series of fashion illustrations picks from a larger pop culture pool, dressing up Superman, Edward Scissorhands, and the T-1000 as well.
This is bloody hilarious. Davinder Brar, Chris Bird (of the website Mighty God King), and Andrew Wheeler have taken Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's fictional superteam conceit and applied it to the 1990s.
Wile E. Coyote finally learned what Jabba the Hutt figured out decades ago: when you want to capture a slippery character, you put a bounty on his head. Boba Fett should watch out, though; the next magical hole the Road Runner paints might lead straight into a sarlacc's stomach.
We all know that Tim Burton loves pancake white makeup, black eyes, spirals and stripes — but those are not the only things he loves to feature over and over again!
A bestselling YA fantasy book series about a girl who can see invisible, dangerous fairies is about to get a big-screen film adaptation from Kimberly Peirce, director of the acclaimed Boys Don't Cry and the underrated Stop-Loss.
A crazy internet rumor picked up steam over the weekend. Whisperings of an Edward Scissorhands remake have been floating around, with everyone's favorite unwashed vampire, Robert Pattinson, in the lead. To which we say, "No."
If you've ever longed to dress like a character from one of Tim Burton's films — or are simply looking for an extremely expensive Halloween costume — check out this Burton-directed fashion shoot, showcasing the dark, quirky looks for fall.
Click to viewWith the sad news earlier this week that special effects master Stan Winston had died, Hollywood lost one of its master creature-makers. Though Winston's studio did do some digital effects, Winston may have been one of the last great artists of the animatronic. With the help of a huge group of artists,…