Only the strong will survive.
We got the Day's of Future Past band back together and hit the ground running. Some new players of course but the learnings from the previous X-Men campaign were the fuel to this go around. Lot's of fun to revisit our mutant family and both excite the fans as well as educate and entertain the outer core. Here's a few highlights below.
COMIC-CON TAROT CARDS
With the first look at the trailer released at the San Diego Comic-Con 2015 in Hall H we wanted to create a fan exclusive collectable to accompany the hype. Distributed by a street team, the limited edition Tarot Cards were a big hit, instantly on eBay and shared by many.
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF
What if the world's first mutant actually appeared thousands of years ago? To help house this question I went back to my childhood.. In Search Of was always a weird memory of documentary and semi-surreal. There was, by default, a darkness that I remember. Fitting to help tell the story of the biggest Mutant of all time. With not having Leonard Nemoy as a VO it was only fitting to connect with his friend and Star Trek Co-Star George Takei.
To accompany the above In Sabah Nur Video we released an infographic to further explain Apocalypses power through defeats.
THE FOUR HORSEMEN
Working with the amazingly talented Mike Orduna we created art pieces to tell the Four Horsemen story / myth.
IGN helped break our three Atari inspired X-Men Apocalypse themed console games. All authentic to the era in game play, audio and leveling. Check out the games here: xmenmovies.com/spaceportarcade
How can you not make box art for retro games, and better yet, how can you not bring on a classic cover artist. I worked with the classic Atari artist John Enright to bring the ideas to life.
80'S ALBUM COVERS
The 80's theme continues with our take on classic album covers with a Mutant twist