Responsible for all character animation. Property of Warner Bros Entertainment.

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I just noticed I never uploaded this to Vimeo, just on Youtube. So here it is. I was in charge of the 3D CG animation on this paid promotion for Marvel Entertainment. Insects modeled in Zbrush, shaded, animated (rigged with CAT) and rendered in Autodesk 3ds Max​ and ChaosGroup​ V-Ray . With Director Patrick Boivin. […]

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This video was created by Hammer Creative. Hammer Creative is an award-winning Creative Video Content Production Company focused on Videogames, Entertainment, and Youth Brands. From Gameplay Trailer Production to Live-Action Content and Custom CGI, our Creative Editors, Motion Graphic Designers, Music Composers, Creative Directors, and Production Partners work hard to ensure effective marketing campaigns. Follow […]

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Sound Design Work for Ubisoft’s Marvel Avengers – Battle for Earth : In Game Attract Trailer Music by Edward Bradshaw © 2012 Ubisoft Entertainment, Inc. All rights reserved

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Check out the launch trailer for Marvel Super Hero Squad Online, available now! Fight the evil forces of Doctor Doom with your favorite Marvel Super Heroes in Marvel’s first free-to-play massively multiplayer online (MMO) presented to you by Gazillion Entertainment Marvel Entertainment and the Amazing Society. This is the official introduction video to Marvel Super […]

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April, 2011; Director & Editor hired by Magnetic Dreams for Marvel Entertainment/Marvel Knights Animation. This is the trailer I cut for Episode 3 of the four-part, feature-length Marvel Knights Animation “Thor & Loki: Blood Brothers”. Joël Gibbs and I directed all four episodes and I edited the episodes and trailers. The full episodes are available […]

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Comic book movies have graced the big screen since 1966, when Adam West and Burt Ward starred in “Batman: the Movie.” For years, directors struggled on how to adapt the graphic novels into a palpable product, and we have seen a number of different takes. For instance, the earliest “Batman” movies used comical sound effects […]

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The Hulk is one of the most well known flag characters of the Marvel comic universe. In addition to Incredible Hulk trivia which is associated with the comic book itself, the character has also been a popular television and film character over the fifty years and more since his first appearance. The Hulk is a […]

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With the success of the X-Men and Spider-Man franchises, it seems that every second Marvel Comics superhero has a film in planning stages. However, Marvel's other superhero teams have a slight hurdle: they share their names with another popular Hollywood subject: fondly-remembered TV shows. Let's tell them apart … THE AVENGERS On television: Quirky series […]

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Comics have been popular since the 19th century, but collecting has only been considered a real hobby since the 1970s. Since then, many comics have increased in value up to millions of dollars. Unfortunately, with mass printing and kids taking better care of their comics, few books from the 1980s will reach the multi-million dollar […]

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Comic books and graphic novels have long captured the imaginations of children, teens and adults everywhere. Many people have read comics when they were kids, occasionally hiding a comic book inside of a school book in order to read it while their teacher lectured. The frequency of which we would enjoy these tales usually decreased […]

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The forge of creativity & business that was Marvel Comics was a synchronic chord sounded by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko and all the authors and artists and inkers and colorists who worked there. It all started during the early 1960’s when the Fantastic Four and Spider-man and the X-men (The Uncanny […]

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Marvel comics became a lifestyle since it started drawing out the superhero universe in the 1940s. Through the number of comics published from that time and beyond, there were numerous characters that are unforgivable in their own rights. However, we can only choose five to round up this list of all Marvel superheroes. We can […]

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When going around to the different garage sales I always find that mother, that is sick and tired of her son's stack of comics. Sale of these comic books go on behind their son's back, or while he is out of town. Some people think this is taken advantage of the sale, since most mothers […]

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Stan Lee makes it sound easy when talking about Thor in his book Excelsior, “I wanted to come up with something totally different. I thought it would be fun to invent someone as powerful as, or perhaps even more powerful than, the Incredible Hulk. But how do you make someone stronger than the strongest human? […]

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We have read them, through the years and have followed them like a cult following and even now as they create more films with our favorite characters we can not help but buy the DVD. Marvel comic books have been around for a long time and have entertained us as kids and still do for […]

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Overview There is not a child or adult alive today that does not know at least one Marvel character. But to get a full list of Marvel characters would first require us to segregate the many different types of creations that Marvel has introduced. The list of Marvel characters is voluminous but let’s take a […]

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Marvel comic books contain some of the most iconic fictional characters today. With the recent surge in the number of superhero movies, Marvel characters have dominated the big screen, prompting many people to look into the story behind Marvel. Marvel comics’ first incarnation, Timely comics, published Marvel comics # 1 in October of 1939. This […]

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Silver age Marvel comics are in huge demand. However, if you’re looking to invest for the long term, these 6 categories of Silver Age Marvel comics have historically and consistently outperformed the rest of the market and are the most thought after by comic buyers. 1. First editions / Number 1 issues – Collectors like […]

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What is it about Marvel Comics that we can’t resist? Comic book historian Greg Theakston, who knew comic book creator Steve Ditko personally, said that the artist saw “The Amazing Spider-Man” as semi-autobiographical. “Spiderman was the culmination of everything Ditko was up until that moment,” Theakston wrote. “Ditko had personal ties to the character. When […]

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