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21 Comic Covers From First Issues Of Quentin Tarantino And Matt Wagner’s Django/Zorro, And Other Nineteeth Century Men, From Dynamite In November
I can’t deny that getting to meet Quentin Tarantino before his San Diego Comic Con panel was a big moment for me. Especially since we mutually geeked out about the work of Jim Steranko. And with Matt Wagner here, it’ …
Quentin Tarantino Crosses Over With Zorro In Django Unchained Sequel, With Dynamite, DC Comics And Matt Wagner
This one is just team-up upon team-up. Dynamite Entertainment and DC Entertainment are set to co-publish a story co-plotted by Quentin Tarantino and Matt Wagner where Django meets Zorro. From what we are told, Tarantino considers this a sequel to …
No word on when this might happen, but I can’t imagine he’d be lacking for suitors.
Quentin Tarantino and Jay Leno sat down last night for a chat about the upcoming collected edition of the Django Unchained comics and, as it happens, a good deal more.
Importers be warned that this disc is locked to Zone A players as the film had different distributors in different countries.
There was something oddly missing from the first issue of Django Unchained from Vertigo. The name of the writer. Reginald Hudlin, producer on the movie, also wrote the adaptation from Tarantino’s screenplay. But when the first issue was published, his …
In the flesh. Okay, not flesh.
One familiar name who I was surprised to see in DC’s editorial credits for the most recent issue of Earth Two was Mike Cotton. As editor of the book. Ex-editor of Wizard Magazine who was there until almost its dying …
Complaints included a call for a boycott from the Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network.
Walton Goggins On Django Unchained, Justified, GI Joe And His New TV Series About An American Abroad
Seems like a top bloke.
Deleted scenes from Django Unchained and The Amazing Spider-Man.
It’s safe to say Quentin Tarantino isn’t a fan of John Ford, and it all seems to hinge on just one of his film making decisions. An acting one, in fact. The decision to play a Klansman in DW Griffith’s …
Les Mis, Django and The Hobbit helped enormously, but they aren’t the only ones.
The way Tarantino would like it.
Save it now, while you can, and read it after you’ve seen the film.
Meet the two best movie horses of 2012.
And another Western.
It might have wilted a bit but it’s still quite long.