Hugo A. Sánchez sent us this awesomely detailed infographic that he created for Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s called “Drawing the Lines of War,” and it’s loaded with all kinds of cool information that fans of the MCU might be interested in checking out. Here’s a description of the infographic: The Avengers Age of Ultron: Drawing the lines of war infographic, explores the intricate world of the superhero team, explaining their actual status and establishing their connection lines with other characters and certain situations from previous *MCU movies, taking a look on their powers, technology and cool gadgets on the way. Finally, is included a brief glimpse of what’s coming for the Avengers and the MCU on the near future… I hope you enjoy it!I also included the infographic that he did for the first Avengers film. Back to 2012, the first Avengers movie has a special place on my memories because -aside to be a great flick-, it was one of the first infographic projects I had the chance to put my hands on in this new stage of my life, living and working on this remote land. This first feature (below), was a practical guide of the characters, their powers and skills presented as an equation, a sum of elements and situations that result into the creation of each Avenger. We also included a time line of the previous installments that paved the way for the’Avengers:Assemble’ movie.
This gem of a website will show you the top 10 songs from an artist. This can be great for introducing someone to a new band or artist you really like. Also handy if you want to quickly hear the best songs from an artist you already know and love.
If you ever wondered just how big things are in relation to one another, you’re going to like Scale of the Universe. See how large the United States compared to Mercury or compare the width of a silk fiber with a red blood cell . Clicking on an item gives you some facts about it.
I find this stuff absolutely amazing. Sometimes we forget just how small we really are.
I found this and thought it was funny and interesting and at least somewhat tech related. I was always a Marvel comics fan, but you can’t deny that Batman is much cooler than he was when I was a kid. Back then all we really had other than the comics was the super campy BAM – KAPOW – ZAP Adam West 1960’s TV version.
I liked the late 1980’s early 1990’s Tim Burton versions, darker and more serious and realistic, but the Christopher Nolan Dark Knight trilogy got much further into the technology behind Batman. The first part of the trilogy not only showed how he got the training he needed to fight crime as the Caped Crusader, but also explained where he got all his gadgets, and how he developed it further as he needed more and more advanced technology.
This really cool infographic (created by moneysupermarket.com) shows just how much it would cost for Bruce Wayne to build and create all the equipment, vehicles, weapons, armor and even Wayne Manor and the Batcave.