Posted December 11, 2012 by Brendon Connelly
Since its first publication in 1908, generations of adults and children have cherished Kenneth Grahame’s classic, The Wind in the Willows, now Eisner Award-winning creator of Mouse Guard, David Petersen is taking the reigns. To me, Petersen’s art style is so fitting to this story. Being a fan of Mouse Guard, it’s easy to see the influence The… Read more »
Erik and Justin return to Doctor Who with the Peter Davison era episode “Snakedance” and wonder how the show survived with John Nathan-Turner in the producer’s chair. When the TARDIS arrives on Manussa, Tegan dreams of a snake god known as the Mara. Meanwhile a bored Joffrey Baratheon type gets ready for the local festival… Read more »
Warcraft has been around for many years and fans have wanted to see it brought to the big screen. But according to Duncan Jones, the number one challenge for the film was nailing the orcs. And until recently, that technology may not have existed. The below featurette focuses on the visual effects for the upcoming… Read more »
From the German website Jedi-Bibliotek via the British JediNews details for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story have emerged through advance book solicitation details This team of “heroes of the Rebel Alliance” is sent to steal the plans of the First Death Star: Felicity Jones plays Jyn Erso, a gifted soldier and warrior. Diego Luna plays… Read more »
For those retailers who ordered over a thousand copies of Civil War II #0, they got one of these covers by Greg Land…. Playing straight out of this classic cover.
While the future of Supergirl is uncertain, Deadline hears tell that the production is considering a move from the more costly Los Angeles to Vancouver, where the show’s CW cousins The Flash and Arrow are produced. Discussions with the cast about the move are underway, according to the report, but some of the cast are… Read more »