Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Unused Footage From The Dark Knight

Apparently this video has made the rounds in the past but I had never seen it before!  It features alternate angles and some unused footage from The Dark Knight

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Watchmen Prequel Art

These two pieces of art leaked out featuring The Comedian and Nite Owl II over at  They have since been asked by DC to have them taken down, but for now check them out in case I'm asked to do the same.  They are drawn by J.G. Jones for The Comedian, and Joe and Andy Kubert for Nite Owl II.  They are from the long rumored in the works Watchmen prequel comics due sometime in 2012.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Movie Of The Week: Alien (1979)

Welcome to a brand new  Movie Of The Week, a new weekly feature at the Blog!  How does this differ from Trailer Park, well one it is weekly and two I hope to get interaction from YOU, the Comicpalooza fans.  I want you to email me a pick for Movie Of The Week, and I will use them and post those picks as the weeks go by!  Email me your picks at!  Start thinking of your Movie Of The Week and send it to me!

Alien (1979)

Synopsis:  A mining ship, investigating a suspected SOS, lands on a distant planet. The crew discovers some strange creatures and investigates.

Released  May 25, 1979
Director:  Ridley Scott
Domestic Box Office Gross:  $78.9 Million

Running Time:  1 Hours 57 Minutes
Starring: Tom Skerritt, Sigourney Weaver, & John Hurt

Why You Should Watch It: First off it's a classic.  Second, the Prometheus trailer just hit which is a prequel to this movie, so why not revisit where it all began.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Prometheus Trailer

Along with The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, and The Amazing Spider-Man, this film is also high on a lot of people's lists to see.  Ridley Scott's "Alien" prequel, Prometheus.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

First Trailer For The Hobbit Is Here

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey hits theaters a year from now and here is the teaser trailer and poster!

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

We Have Movie Posters!

Amongst all the new movie trailers lately, there has been new posters also.  Here we have posters for The Phantom Menace 3D, Ghost Rider 2, Prometheus, The Hunger Games, and more!

New Avengers Still

Everyone is talking about Batman, but The Avengers are still coming in May and Marvel Studios isn't leting you forget by releasing this new still images from the film!

Wrath Of The Titans Trailer

The sequel to Clash Of The Titans hits this March and here is the first trailer for Wrath Of The Titans!

Monday, December 19, 2011

Friday, December 16, 2011

Marvel & Disney Launch New Toy Story Comic

This one is for our younger Comicpalooza fans! This March Marvel and Disney are launching a four issue mini series starring the characters of Toy Story!  It features writer Tea Orsi and artists Antonello Dalena and Teresa Quezada-Geer.

Thursday, December 15, 2011

New Ghost Rider: Spirits Of Vengeance Trailer

The new  trailers keep coming, this time a new trailer for Ghost Rider: Spirit Of Vengeance!

New International Avengers Banners

These banners have been released for the International markets for The Avengers, which hits theaters next May!

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Anime Contamine': Blu-Ray Review Evangelion 2.22

Anime Contamine' is back with a blu-ray review of a popular anime series and it's latest film in that series!  

Evangelion 2.22 Blu-ray Review

By LT Tran

 Grab your progressive knives, crank up your Eva, and strap on your plug suits because Hideki Anno's cinematic re-telling of the seminal anime tv series continues with this domestic Blu-ray release of Evangelion 2.22.


If you remember all that's happened in the original tv series, prepare yourself for a wild ride!  The story of Shinji Ikari continues and revolves around his desire to find acceptance with his father Gendo.  Along the way, a new character appears who's name Mari Illustrious.  Also joining the cast is fan favorite Asuka Langley Soryu Shikinami.  Though the former has only made a few brief appearances in the movie, they are no less interesting and dramatic.  There are big hints in stored for Mari's role as the series continues.  While Asuka, different from her original TV motivations, plays a rather alternate role within Eva 2.0.  She's still rambunctious and maybe even more anti-social but her reasons for being so are subtle and unique to this Rebuild.  

Shinji is still Shinji with a tad bit more backbone.  The poor kid tries so hard to get closer to his father, Gendo and you can't help but feel for his plight.  As far as Gendo is concerned, he just makes you want to make a voodoo do1l version and stab it without remorse in response to the man's utter ruthlessness. 

Characters aside, the plot of the movie itself starts with a bang and the pacing is better balanced as compared to the plodding of the first Rebuild (re-hash) movie.  The quieter moments of the movie are peppered with humor and character drama.  However, when the action starts, elements that were mentioned during the serene moments are either put to the test, elevates a character's standing, or immerses the viewer into a moment of awe and emotional involvement.  Basically, everything that happens in this movie is relevant and moves forward in a way that benefits the quadrilogy as a whole.  


Epic, that's all I have to say.  Epic.  Anno is the master of conveying larger than life images and not because he uses giant towering Evas but also in capturing the ideas that are often bigger than our lives and of ourselves.  With the aid of computer animation and a sizable budget, you can really see that the animators under Anno were really having a go at uninhibited storytelling. 

On top of all this, it's in high definition!  The transfer is clear, colorful,  impeccable, and there are no signs of aliasing or jaggy jagged edges.  The lines are clean and the blu-ray format is ideal for the effects heavy and uber dramatic cg battles.  Oh, and speaking of CG battles, I have to give special mention  that each of the angel designs and battles are a glory to behold!  The CG animation is very fluid and the textures of the characters are detailed. The implementation of motion capture on the Evas are effective and convincing.

As expected, the Japanese voice cast is top notch and the sound mix is well balanced.  Though, personally, I was more curious about the English dub.  What's really interesting about this localization is the fact that they brought back the original voice actors of Shinji, Misato, and Asuka from the original AD Vision release!  My sense of continuity with these actors feels nostalgic and it's almost like a reunion with old friends.  Spike Spencer has mastered his role of Shinji and you can really feel the intensity in his voice more so compared to his earlier days back in the nineties.  The same can be said of Allison Kieth (Misato) and Tiffany Grant ([Asuka]No German spoken, unfortunately).

The English sound mix takes advantage of the surround sound effects much different from the original Japanese sound mix.  Let's just say that with the Japanese mix, its more oriented towards dialogue while the US mix is more suited for a home theater setting which allows for an immersive experience.   

Special acclaim should also be given to the film composer, Shirou Sagisu whose music drove and elevated the drama and action of the movie.  Particularly, the scene where Mari goes into battle with the tenth angel and the melding of animated fury and a choir accompanied orchestra comes into cohesion with great effect.  His inclusion of two popular Japanese pop songs were memorable due to their juxtaposition against some of the most violent and visceral images ever captured on celluloid.

“But Long,” you say.  “I see nothing but compliments and praise in this review!  Isn't there anything about this release you didn't like?”  Why sure there is!  The movie is too short.  The disc itself is an off-plum color.  Special features are limited (but the audio commentaries are interesting). There.  Those are my complaints. 

Overall, I've heard purists complain about the alternate path of the second rebuild movies being way too different.  It is and were are headed into territories unknown come the third and fourth movie. However, it really doesn't matter in the long run (though I  will acquiesce that the first movie was a re-hash).  They can't argue the fact that this re-envisioning is just as entertaining and substantial as the TV series.  In some way, due to a more limited time that they are allotted in the cinematic format, it seems more visceral to me.  So there you have it, the score is below and I am now ejecting from the entry plug.

Score 9.5 

Monday, December 12, 2011

Amazing Spider-Man Teaser Poster

This new poster for The Amazing Spider-Man has been premiered by Super Hero Hype.  The teaser trailer wasn't all that impressive, but this poster is pretty bad ass.

New Dark Knight Rises Teaser Poster

This is an incredible summer cannot come soon enough.

Men In Black 3 Trailer

The men are back next summer!

Friday, December 9, 2011

Movie Of The Week: Planet Of The Apes (1968)

Welcome to a brand new  Movie Of The Week, a new weekly feature at the Blog!  How does this differ from Trailer Park, well one it is weekly and two I hope to get interaction from YOU, the Comicpalooza fans.  I want you to email me a pick for Movie Of The Week, and I will use them and post those picks as the weeks go by!  Email me your picks at!  Start thinking of your Movie Of The Week and send it to me!

Planet Of The Apes (1968) 

Synopsis:  An astronaut crew crash lands on a planet in the distant future where intelligent talking apes are the dominant species, and humans are the oppressed and enslaved.

Released  April 3, 1968
Director:  Franklin J. Schaffner
Domestic Box Office Gross:  $32.6 Million
Running Time:  1 Hours 52 Minutes
Starring: Charlton Heston, Roddy McDowall, and Kim Hunter

Why You Should Watch It: The new reboot/prequel hits DVD/Blu-Ray on Tuesday, so why not revisit the original classic film now and see where the phenomenon all began!

Dark Knight Rises Viral Marketing Coniinues

A new viral website has popped up for The Dark Knight Rises titled Operation Early Bird.  It features various coordinates around the country counting down to theaters showing early screenings of the 6 minute prologue on the 13th of the month.The  prologue for the movie  is showing on IMAX screens in front of Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol.  Other rumors suggest a new trailer is coming later today but nothing really to confirm this yet but we shall see!
     The movies official website has also launched at and features a sound bite with a woman repeating several numbers.  As I know more so will you!

Transformers #80.5 On Free Comic Book DAy

The Transformers return on Free Comic Book Day!  Not that they ever went any where but they are returning to their original Marvel Comics continuity, when IDW releases issue #80.5 on Free Comic Book Day 2012!  The story will take place right where the original Marvel series left off!  A lot of grew up reading those classic Marvel stories and now they shall continue!  Till all are one!

Thursday, December 8, 2011

The Dark Knight Rises Viral Campaign Begins

Warner Brothers has kicked off the viral marketing campaign for The Dark Knight Rises with a "CIA Bulletin" for a missing Russian scientist named Dr. Leonid Pavel.  A second document below also refers to the Dr.  No word yet on how these tie into the film but some suggest these clues will tie into a "major cultural event".  The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters next July!

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Coming Soon To The CP Blog

Updates have been slow lately as news as been slow but look for a brand new Anime Contamine edition soon, as well as a brand new comic book column that is int he works.  Plus other small changes to make the Comicpalooza Blog better than ever!

Plus be on the lookout for big announcements from Comicpalooza itself as to what we have in store for 2012!!!

Batman Arkham City Costumes DLC Pack Trailer

Batman: Arkham City is truly one of the greatest super hero games ever made, and now you can play in Batman costumes through different eras in the game.  1970's Batman, Batman The Animated Series, Batman Year One, The Dark Knight Returns, Earth One Batman, Sinestro Corps Batman, and Batman Beyond.  The DLC Pack is avaiable now for about 5 bucks on Playstation 3 and XBox 360 and here is the trailer!

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Avengers Vs X-Men In 2012

    Are you ready to rumble? USA Today has revealed Marvel's big plans for 2012, with further information expected to be announced by the company tomorrow.  The throwdown will take palce over 12 bi-weekly issues with Brian Michael Bendis, Jason Aaron, Ed Brubaker, Jonathan Hickman and Matt Fraction all on writing duties, the heroic teams are set to clash over the arrival of the Phoenix Force on Earth and its target of Hope Summers. The art will be provided by superstar trio John Romita Jr., Olivier Coipel and Adam Kubert.
      A "zero issue" prologue will kick off the event next March from Bendis, with the premise being that the X-Men want to prepare Hope to be the host of the Phoenix Force while the Avengers want the girl handed over to them in order to keep the world from potentially being destroyed if she fails to control the powerful entity.  

Monday, December 5, 2011

Smallville Season 11 Is A Novel?

Smallville ended last year after 10 seasons with a finale that some loved, and some hated.  The show is returning now but not on television, but rather in the form of a novel.  The story editor and writer for the series, Bryan Q. Miller, will be writing a novel showing what happen to the characters of Smallville after the finale.No word yet on when we will see this, but Comicpalooza will keep you posted!

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Full Trailer For John Carter

IGN has debuted the full trailer for John Carter.  The film hits theaters in March, and this one looks good!

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

The Lizard Concept Art

Not sure of the actual source on this but concept art has hit the web of what appears to be the Lizard from next summers The Amazing Spider-Man.  Looks pretty cool but the film still doesn't seem to be having any buzz about it.....maybe people are just to pumped for The Dark Knight Rises and The Avengers.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Three New Mad Max Films?!

New Mad Max films have been in the works for a while now with Tom Hardy starring in them as Mad Max.  George Miller has apparently written scripts for two films, the first is Fury Road and the second Furiosa.  Now it seems that Miller has not two but three films planned and to shoot them all back to back to back! According to the Australlian Financial Review the films are set for production sometime next year after numerous delays due to weather. Here are key elements from the article:

Set for production next year, it seems, is Fury Road. Furiosa has been scripted and storyboarded, and now, Miller has gotten deep into the writing of a third part. Here are the key quotes: 
     Fury Road was to shoot in Broken Hill in September last year, then April 2011, but heavy rain had turned the desert into a flower garden and the water table stubbornly refused to drop. The film will now shoot in Namibia from April with additional filming and post-production back in Australia.
      Miller has, in fact, written a whole new trilogy. “We started with [Fury Road], but we then started to do a second story and a third,” he says. “We’ve written the script for the second and almost finished the third. We never intended to, they were part of the exploration of the characters.”

Walking Dead Season 2 Episode 8 Clip

The Walking Dead doesn't return until February 12th but for now check out this clip from the next episode titled "Nebraska"!

Monday, November 28, 2011

Dark Horse Announces FBC 2012 Books


Dark Horse rolls out the announcement of all four titles that will be featured in two different comics to be given away to thousands of fans on May 5, 2012.

First comes a special flip book featuring both Felicia Day’s gaming web series turned comic, The Guild, and Dark Horse’s best-selling comics continuation of Joss Whedon’s iconic television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer! Buffy has never needed a vacation as badly as she does now, with the world overrun with zompires and other fallout from Season 8. After an old friend suggests a relaxing getaway from all things that go bump in the night, it turns out to be harder than she could ever expect for a Slayer to get a day off!

Felicia Day, creator of The Guild, continues to bring on the funny with high jinks from her diverse group of gamers when the Guildies struggle to find a meeting place they can all agree on. A little in-game battle becomes the deciding factor, and the circle follows the decree of the winner:  the beach?!

Next up is one of the biggest flip books we’ve ever published, when Zack Whedon brings you tales of the coolest guy in the galaxy and the most charming rebel in the ’verse! That’s right; we’ve paired Star Wars with Joss Whedon’s Serenity!

Han Solo and Chewbacca have a falling-out after a deal with their slickest—and shadiest—customer goes bad. But when the client gets designs on the Millennium Falcon, Han and Chewie present a united front that can’t be beat!

Meanwhile, Captain Malcolm "Mal" Reynolds is no stranger to jobs gone wrong himself. But when the chips are down, he’s able to rely on the amazing, odd, and diversely talented crew of Serenity.

Dark Horse Free Comic Book Day 2012: Four great stories for the price of, well, none!

Kirkman Talks Walking Dead's Mid-Season Finale & More

Last night's mid season finale of The Walking Dead was exhilarting, now The Hollywood Reporter talks to creator Robert Kirkman about the show.  

Spoilers ahead so be warned!

THR:Sophia (Madison Lintz) was in the barn the whole time! How come Hershel never mentioned it?
Robert Kirkman: I don't think that Hershel was ever doing a cataloging of the zombies. It was painful for him because his wife and son were also in the barn. It's not like he was actually hanging out in there or paying attention to all the walkers that were in there. He knew they were looking for a girl named Sophia but who knows what zombies were are in there and how often they'd been put in there. Otis (Pruitt Taylor Vince) was the one who was in charge and corralling them and putting them in there. So for all Hershel knew, Otis had put the Sophia zombie in there months ago.

THR: Was killing one of the comic's original characters an easy one?
Kirkman: When a good idea comes up, you have to go with it. Sophia is a character who is still alive in the comic book series and who has contributed quite a bit to the overall narrative and informed a lot of story lines for a lot of different characters. Having Carol (Melissa McBride) survive her daughter as opposed to the other way around as it is in the comics is going to lead to interesting but different stories. 

THR: Will the second half pick up immediately after the shooting or will it jump ahead?
Kirkman: We're not going to be doing any big time jumps. Whether we lose a day, hour or if it picks up the very minute after the scene, I wouldn't want to give away too early but there's not going to be any massive time jump this season.

THR: How will Sophia's death alter Carl's development?
Kirkman: One of the major story lines in the comics is Carl's (Chandler Riggs) dissention into a darker role; he's forced into adulthood to make terrible decisions. His character evolving over the course of the comic book series is really going to be accelerated by the absence of Sophia. That will remain largely in tact and be sped up. There's going to be more darkness creeping in to the series in the second half of the season. Now that the Sophia question has been answered, they're not going to have that hanging over their heads and that's not going to be bogging them down making them have to devote time to that.

THR: Rick told Shane about Lori's (Sarah Wayne Callies) pregnancy, but not that he was aware of their affair. How long will he keep that over him?
Kirkman: I want the show to get a reputation as one that doesn't hang on to things like that for long. We have a lot of story to tell on this series and we're not going to be dwelling too much. I'm very excited that we got around to revealing that Rick knew about the relationship. Stuff like that is going to bubble up to the surface in very interesting ways in the last half of the season.

THR: Any update on when/if we'll see the Governor or Michonne?
Kirkman: I can say only that we will see them eventually. We will see some new characters popping up as early as the [2012] premiere episode.

THR: Still unknown: What Jenner told Rick at the CDC. How much longer can you hold on to that?
Kirkman: It will be happening sooner rather than later.

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

New Images From Prometheus

Prometheus is the highly anticipated new science fiction film from Ridley Scott.  The film is a prequel to Scott's original Alien film.  We will all get to see what he has in store next summer, but in the mean time enjoy these new images scanned from the new issue of Entertainment Weekly

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Chuck Norris Endorses World Of Warcraft

News is slow this week due to the holiday this Thursday so why not a fun video.  you may have seen this commercial airing on TV but it's official, Chuck Norris endorses World Of Warcraft.  Comicpalooza has a huge gaming fan interest so why not share this with you all.  Remember Chuck doesn't play WoW with a keyboard, he stares at the screen and destroys the enemies with his mind!

Monday, November 21, 2011

Nolan Says The Dark Knight Rises Takes Place 8 Years Later

Empire Magazine has a new feature story on The Dark Knight Rises, as well as multiple covers for the issue.  Christopher Nolan speaks for the first time in a while about when The Dark Knight Rises takes place and more!   "Our story picks up EIGHT years after The Dark Knight".  In terms of finishing our story and increasing its scope, we were trying to craft an epic.  It's really all about finishing Batman and Bruce Wayne's story. We left him in a very precarious place. Perhaps surprisingly for some people, our story picks up quite a bit later, eight years after The Dark Knight. So he's an older Bruce Wayne; he's not in a great state. With our choice of villain and with our choice of story we are testing Batman both physically as well as mentally. Also, in terms of finishing the our story and increasing its scope, we were trying to craft epic so the physicality of the film became very important.   The Prologue is basically the first six, seven minutes of the film. Its the introduction to Bane and a taste of the rest of the film. With Bane we are looking to give Batman a physical challenge that he hasn't had before. He's a great sort of movie monster, but with an incredible brain, and that was a side of him that hand't been taped before. Because the stories from the comics are very epic and very evocative---very much in the way that Bruce Wayne's origin story is epic and evocative. We were looking to really parallel that with our choice of villain. So he's a worthy adversary. I felt that if I could get somebody as talented as Tom to agree to hide himself in the character I would get something very special. What I really feel with a great actor is every movement, every hand gesture, every step, has performance in it. Tom completely got it. It's an incredible challenge to remove motion of the face so that you can't put things across in the usual way, and you just have the eyes and a bit of the scalp and the arms and legs. What I knew is that from Tom I would get something where you get a total character and everything has incredible thought applied to it. And a lot of what he's doing is very counterintuitive. He has this incredible disjunct between the expressiveness of the voice and the stillness of the movement of his body. He's found a way to play a character who is enormous and powerful with a sort of calm to it, but also is able to incredibly fast at times. Unpredictable. He just has a raw threat to him that's extraordinary. It's a very powerful thing when you see it come together, beyond what I have ever imagined. That's what you get from working with great actors.  The world of Batman indeed the world of all graphic novels, deals with archetypes, and there's a very real sense in which the Joker is an extreme and an absolute. So when you're looking to continue the story, then you certainly don't want a watered-down version of a character you've already done. You want a different archetype. What Bane represents in the comics is the ultimate physical enemy."
"The world of Batman, indeed the world of all graphic novels, deals with archetypes," he says, "And there's a very real sense in which The Joker is an extreme and an absolute and Batman is an extreme and an absolute. So whe you're looking to continue the story - in this case finish Bruce Wayne and Batman's story, as we see it - then you certainly don't want a watered-down version of a character you've already done. You want a different archetype. What Bane represents in the comics is the ultimate physical villain."
     "It's really all about finishing Batman's and Bruce Wayne's story. We left him in a very precarious place at the end of The Dark Knight. His reputation in tatters, on the run. And I think perhaps surprisingly for some people, out story picks up quite a bit later. He's not in great state. He's frozen in time, he's hit a brick wall. Batman Begins was very much about the explaining the logic of the suit, and how it belonged in the shadows, in a position of stealth where he's able to intimidate people with it as his new entity. And then through The Dark Knight we would him out during the magic hour and we changed the suit accordingly so he withstood that kind of exposure. But also the character himself has the reputation now, so he;s able to expose himself more and still intimidate people. And with the third film we're pushing that further...but plenty of it takes place in the dark too."

Thursday, November 17, 2011

The Avengers Banners

These new Avengers character banners are appearing in theaters now!  The Avengers hits theaters May 2012!

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Never Before Seen Batman Posters

The San Diego Reader is currently running a two part article by Jay Sanford called Famous Movie Poster Rejects You've Never Seen. The article features never before seen designs from the original 1989 Batman film, along with Supergirl, Howard The Duck, The Fly and more.  Some of the Batman designs, as seen to the left, are very cool, along with other interesting concepts for the other films!

Theatrical Trailer For Pixar's Brave

We had the amazing teaser trailer earlier this year, now comes the full theatrical trailer for Pixar's next animated film, BraveBrave hits theaters June 22, 2012.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

DC Nation Teaser Trailer

DC Nation is a new block of DC programming coming to the Cartoon Network in 2012.  We now have our first look at it with this teaser trailer!

Toy Story: Small Fry Clip

Toy Story: Small Fry is the new short that will air in theaters in front of The Muppets.  It is the second of three planned Toy Story shorts, the first being "Hawaiian Vacation" which aired with Cars 2.  Here is a clip from the new Toy Story: Small Fry short.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Snow White & The Huntsman Trailer

This is the first I have talked about this film here.  It hits theaters in the Spring and stars Kristen Stewart and Chris Hemsworth.  The official synopsis is as follows: In the epic action-adventure Snow White and the Huntsman, Kristen Stewart (Twilight) plays the only person in the land fairer than the evil queen (Oscar(r) winner Charlize Theron) out to destroy her. But what the wicked ruler never imagined is that the young woman threatening her reign has been training in the art of war with a huntsman (Chris Hemsworth, Thor) dispatched to kill her. Sam Claflin (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides) joins the cast as the prince long enchanted by Snow White's beauty and power. The breathtaking new vision of the legendary tale is from Joe Roth, the producer of Alice in Wonderland, producer Sam Mercer (The Sixth Sense) and acclaimed commercial director and state-of-the-art visualist Rupert Sanders. 

The Hunger Games Trailer

The Hunger Games is based on a series of popular books that I haven't read. The movie version hits in 2012 and looks pretty cool.  Here is the theatrical trailer for the film!

What Would Bradley Cooper Looked Like As The Crow?

The Crow reboot has been in development for the last couple of years.  Early this year it almost got off the ground with Juan Carlos Fresnadillo of 28 Days Later fame directing the film.  Bradley Cooper was to be the star.  They have both since left the project and the film now has no star or director and lies in development hell.  I've been pretty vocal on hoping this movie never exists, and as time goes it's looking more likely.  None the less, it's still neat to see what may have been.  Shock Till You Drop has gotten their hands on some concept art done by artist Diego Latorre of what Cooper may have looked like if the film had gotten made.  Check them out below!