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Every Spider-Man In Film & TV Explained By Kevin Smith

With the release of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, renowned filmmaker Kevin Smith sat down with Wired to talk about all that is Spider-Man. 

Smith, a fan since childhood, shares his memories of Spiderman, explains some of the lesser known versions and offers his honest opinion about every portrayal of the character, in both film and television.

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Wired Magazine Features Industrial Light & Magic Cover Story


Wired Magazine has debuted an extensive oral history of visual effects company Industrial Light & Magic featuring interviews with George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, Michael Bay, Guillermo del Toro, Kathleen Kennedy, J.J. Abrams, and more.

With it comes an expansive cover photo showcasing the legacy of the company and their countless creations, ranging from Davy Jones to Yoda and Bumblebee to Ant-Man.

In 1975 George Lucas formed Industrial Light & Magic(ILM) to create the special effects for his space opera Star Wars. Since that time, ILM has contributed to over 300 films in the process earning 15 Academy Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Visual Effects and 28 Scientific and Technical Achievement from the Academy.

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Illustrated Portraits of Secondary TV Characters by Graham Erwin


Breakout Characters is a series of portrait illustrations by Columbus, Ohio-based artist Graham Erwin that depicts secondary characters in television shows that have quickly become favored by fans. He created the uniquely stylized collection for the April 2013 issue of Wired Magazine.


Ron Swanson – Parks and Recreation


Jesse Pinkman – Breaking Bad


Schmidt – New Girl


Richard Harrow – Boardwalk Empire

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