Written by Jude Terror
on Monday, March 03 2014 and posted in News with Benefits
The new set of 'motion posters' released today are rumored to have cost upwards of tens of dollars to make.
Source: Empire Online
Empire Online has revealed two new "motion posters" for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which hits theaters in May. Both feature a blurry Spider-Man swinging through the streets of a digital New York City rendered using the graphic technology of what appears to be a Playstation One before settling on an image of Spider-Man facing off with Electro. The posters were reportedly created over the course of hours of work by a highly trained graphic artist.
"They tell me, Vlad, hack source code of Crazy Taxi video game and put Spider-Man in there," said unpaid digital marketing intern Vlad Kozinkerov, "so that is what I do."
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About the Author - Jude Terror
Jude Terror is the Webmaster Supreme of The Outhouse and a sarcastic ace reporter dedicated to delivering irreverent comics and entertainment news to The Outhouse's dozens of loyal readers. Driven by a quest for vengeance, Jude Terror taught himself to program and joined The Outhouse. He instantly began working toward his goal of forcing the internet comics community to take itself less seriously and failing miserably. Ironically, our webmaster, whose website skills know no end, has very little understanding of social networks or how they work. Regardless, you can find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr, but would probably have the most luck just emailing him.
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