Ranking movies or TV shows is easy compared to more traditional art. There are a finite amount of scifi TV shows and movies you can watch, but pop culture art is damn near infinite. Every sliver of the internet is chock-full of it, not to mention the professional galleries, poster companies, on and on.
If you’ve been on io9 before—or hell, the internet at large—you’ve probably seen the gorgeous poster work of British artist Jock. Or maybe you’ve seen it in comic series like The Losers, Wytches, or his work on Batman and Judge Dredd. Now the artist is releasing a whole book filled with his amazing work, and we’ve got…
For a good long while, Daredevil was Marvel’s ultimate dark hero, a character who experienced and dealt out tragedy in equal measure. But that changed in 2011, when a new Daredevil series gave us a man without fear who wasn’t afraid of being happy—and in the process, gave us one of comic’s most human superhumans.
If you loved the look of Ava, Ex Machina's AI, concept artist Jock gave an interview with Business Insider about how she came to be. He says "Another thematic idea, rather than a specific shot from the script; 'What would this robot look like in a natural environment?' 'What would it be looking for, once it was…
Last week we brought you a snippet of some of the lovely artwork on display at Mondo for Batman's 75th Anniversary - but now that the Gallery has opened to the public, the poster company has revealed every print from the project online for us all to see, and there's art for every kind of Bat-fan.
That was pretty fast. After debuting at New York Comic Con, Wytches has been picked up by Brad Pitt's production company Plan B.
For decades, every high school nerd has at least been able to cling to the fact that even though jocks might be more popular, at least they're stupid. But a new study shows that top-flight sports players actually have real brains after all. Dammit.
Saoirse Ronan's Hanna blew us away with its amazing visuals and kinetic action sequences. And now you can see one of the sources of the film's amazing visual style: concept art posters by comics artist Jock.
2000 A.D.'s Jock created some amazing concept art for Peter Berg's Dune movie before Berg left the project. Now he's posted some of it on his site, giving us a tantalizing glimpse of an Arrakis that never reach our screens.
Jock is one of our favorite artists, for his work on The Losers, Batman, and especially Judge Dredd. So we're super excited to see the art he created for a new Tron Legacy prequel comic, Tron: Betrayal.
There's been no movement on a Judge Dredd movie since we featured some lovely concept art back in January. But yesterday, concept artist (and comics god) Jock Twittered that he's "working through script visuals for Judge Dredd movie. Alex Garland writes a great script." That's confirmation that Alex Garland (The…
If you weren't already excited for a Judge Dredd film from the producers of 28 Days Later, check out this early concept art from Losers/2000 A.D. artist Jock. Gallery is below.