Sylvester Stallone is coming to television in an adaptation of Godfather author Mario Puzo‘s final novel, Omerta. Deadline reports that The Weinstein Company backed series will follow Stallone as the “last great American don” Raymonde Aprile and his adopted nephew Astorre Viola. Chosen to succeed Aprile, Astorre comes to control the don’s banking interests in a… Read more »
In a preview of next week’s Arrow, Darhk prepares for his ultimate move: Genesis. And while it is unclear if it will be different from The Undertaking, Andy also has preparations of his own to make. Arrow airs Wednesdays on The CW.
Tomorrow’s Ashes by Matt Pizzolo (Young Terrorists) and Anna Wieszczyk, sees the creators of Godkiller return for an all new saga. In a twisted future where America has been divided into warring city states, escaped slavegirl Halfpipe and grifter Soledad roam the savage land on the fringes between civilizations. When they come upon a strange relic, they… Read more »
The Dregs by Zac Thompson, Lonnie Nadler both of Vice fame, with Last Born artist Eric Zawadzki is the latest Black Mask Class of 2016 title. It’s very right on. Has a certain “Eat The Rich” flavour… In this bloodsoaked satire of gentrification, an exclusive new restaurant called Pijin becomes the hottest spot in town by serving… Read more »
With a second season renewal already under it’s belt, the TV series Lucifer seems to be shifting tone for at least one episode. The series which tends to have a few humorous beats based around Lucifer’s self-centered nature is taking a look at what happens when the crimes are centered on him. He and Decker… Read more »
No Midnighter. No Poison Ivy. No Gotham By Midnight. Not even Catwoman? Just lots of Batman, Superman and other Justice League titles for DC Rebirth on a biweekly/twice-monthly basis. Dan DiDio and Jim Lee have been assuring retailers that they will see such characters in DC titles but inside titles such as Detective Comics and… Read more »