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Here’s how David S. Goyer, Daniel Cerone, Neil Marshall and their team have visualised John Constantine for his new TV show.
He’s drawn Supreme and Deadpool comcs, he’s edited at Wildstorm, and he’s also worked on cartoons from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius to X-Men, Spider-Man and Silver Surfer. And now he has a new thing. A very special episode of Community… …
So I woke up this morning to the Bleeding Cool headline that NBC are making a Heroes Reborn mini-series. Forgive me if I thought of this, Before this. After all, Jeph Loeb was involved in both. And it looks like …
TV versions of DC comics are looking to be rather decentralised with different shows set up at CW, Fox and NBC.
You see, I had pretty no interest in watching the new Dracula TV series. Then I read One Million Moms’ boycott letter. Warning! NBC’s new program “Dracula” airs on Friday evenings at 10:00 p.m. ET/9:00 p.m. CT with a TV-14-SV …
You know I like Letter 44, the new Oni Press book by Charles Soule and Alberto Alburquerque. I talked about it here quite a lot.
Here’s a bit of a surprise… DC’s Constantine is in development for NBC TV by David S. Goyer and Daniel Cerone. The character’s recent move from Vertigo to the New 52 may make a lot more sense from DC/WB’s perspective …
THe RNC threatens to bar its members from partnering with NBC or CNN in televised debates if the networks continue with their Hillary Clinton projects.
Now, I have a hunch that Harmon will leave the events of season 4 intact and not try to sweep them aside as something from the Dreamatorium. I really don’t think he’ll go for such an obvious play.
NBC have come to their senses and given a recommission order to one of their best series, and there are to be thirteen more episodes of Hannibal produced for 2014.
Thanks to the internets, you can now read the script for the pilot episode of Believe, a new Bad Robot series that NBC will be taking to series this Autumn. The whole thing lives in the window below. This script …
The studios have a number of Dracula movies in development, but none will beat this series to the screen.
There’s been no formal cancellation notice for Hannibal, but it’s still absent from NBC’s fall schedules. Officially, the show’s fate has yet to be decided by the network.
The premiere of Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal draws in and the promotional materials start to pile up. This is the best trailer so far, I think, and not just for the glimpses of more gruesome stuff.
If everything goes to plan, Bryan Fuller’s TV series Hannibal will catch up with the events of Thomas Harris’ novel Red Dragon at the fourth season then eventually go on to Silence of the Lambs and beyond.
The excitement of finally getting the show back at all seems to be distracting a lot of folks from the sacking of Dan Harmon, the show’s creator, at the end of season 3.
I ignored some spurious stories regarding the return of Twin Peaks, but it seems these tall tales may have actually catalysed the earliest stages of a return for the show.
I want him to come back. Will I get what I want for once?