Masami Kurumada's CLASH OF THE TITANS Posters

Topic started by No_name_here on April 12, 2010. Last post by constanzadellarosa 4 years, 7 months ago.
Post by No_name_here (856 posts) See mini bio Level 11
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Wow… I expected Masami Kurumada to take some creative license for these CLASH OF THE TITANS posters, but not THIS MUCH. Maybe the man just doesn’t like Sam Worthington’s face, because Perseus here looks absolutely nothing like Perseus does in the live action remake.  I suppose Harry Hamlin’s lush mane of golden “70s hair” in the original CLASH OF THE TITANS must have stolen Kurumada’s heart, because there’s no buzzcut to be seen in these posters. He sticks pretty close to the Greco-esque armors from the movies and riffs only just a little on the compositions from the live action posters, so the hair issue is a deliberate choice.  Maybe he’s giving Worthington a subtle-hint to “let it all grow out”, sort of like how my Mom gets all passive-aggressive about wanting me to get a decent hair cut whenever I’m home.

Follicular digressions aside, I’ll remind you that this is a follow-up to our first report about this gig last week. Where once you could only envision what this East-meets-West mash-up would look like, you now have it visualized before, as if you, like Perseus himself, snatched an eye from the sisters of Fate.  One new interesting tidbit that’s been brought up by ANN is that, in addition to director Louis Letterier being a fan of the Kurumada’s Saint Seiya (which we already knew), he actually based the armor of the Olympians off those worn by the knights in the manga. Natch!


-- Tom Pinchuk is the writer of UNIMAGINABLE for Arcana Comics and HYBRID BASTARDS! for Archaia. Watch out for the HYBRID BASTARDS! hardcover collection this April - - available for pre-order now on Amazon.com.


Post by sunflower (191 posts) See mini bio Level 1
Eww?  I really don't like those.  I'm not a fan though.
Post by FoxxFireArt (2,647 posts) See mini bio Level 25
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I heard if you watch this in 3D it's crappy.
Post by crusader8463 (739 posts) See mini bio Level 9
Reminds me of Saint Seiya: Knights of the Zodiac for obvious reasons. However i too do not like them. The proportions of the guy are always off and angled weirdly in each one. Looks like some bad fan art made by a kid to be honest.
Post by ShadowKnight508 (5,357 posts) See mini bio Level 19
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I liked the first one (With the Kragen), but the rest to me are just not very good (in my unprofessional opinion).
Post by Nerx (13,843 posts) See mini bio Level 12
@ShadowKnight508 said:
" I liked the first one (With the Kragen), but the rest to me are just not very good (in my unprofessional opinion). "
Agreed, the second movie is crummy in comparison to the first
Post by Karkarov (147 posts) See mini bio Level 7
Movie wise the original was probably better but the actual action sequences and camera work were far better done in the modern remake actually and that is sort of unsurprising.  However the anime posters yeah.... they leave something to be desired.  They look they stayed back in the 80's with the original movie to be honest.  In the remake the pegasus Perseus rides isn't even white 
Post by constanzadellarosa (234 posts) See mini bio Level 15
Blond Seiya? Yuck... this looks like some Cg'd fanart, not an illustration for a movie poster.
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