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From Hell is probably my favourite graphic novel to date. The quality of the comic all gets jumbled up in the time I was reading it, the revelations about how stories could be told, and that I was living near …
The trailer was released earlier this week, and here are some things we noticed about it.
We can only hope it’s funnier than that title suggests.
This Christmas is even more special as we’re going to see not only the end of Matt Smith’s reign and the beginning of Peter Capaldi’s.
Formerly known as Dorothy of Oz.
I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt until I see some of his pages and not just what they’ve ended up looking like on screen.
We’re less than one day away from the first trailer launching online.
With half of filming still uncompleted at this point, I would bet money on Fast & Furious 7 vacating that date.
Take the horror intent of The Orphanage and mash it up with the huge, but still very human dread of The Impossible and you’ve got a pretty good starting point for a World War Z picture.
Sounds semi-Bourne-esque and like another chance for Efron to shed that High School Musical image.
From Step Up to Justin Bieber to G.I. Joe to horror.
Timothy Carson writes; Written by Arthur Wyatt and drawn by Henry Flint, Dredd: Underbelly serves as a comic tie-in/continuation for the 2012 film adaption of the same name (minus the “Underbelly” part), which starred Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby. Admittedly, …
Garfield says he’s signed for three films and that a 4th movie is “nothing to do with me.”
A Hellboy In Hell Motion Book Announced by Madefire and Dark Horse – And Talking Hellboy With Madefire’s Liam Sharp
Madefire, entrepreneurs in the field of digital publishing through providing artists and writers new technology for developing “Motion Books” inspired by comic art and graphic narrative, have announced today, alongside Dark Horse, that Hellboy will be appearing in his first …
But who is he playing? That is the question.
This one will be based on the 18th novel in the Lee Child novel series.
The comic book Supreme. Some will think of the nineties Rob Liefeld comic, with an monstrous out-of-control Superman analogue. Some remember Alan Moore‘s reinvention of the character into a Silver Age pastiche, and subsequent pastiche of many superhero tropes. And …