From Dynamite, hitting the stands tomorrow… RED SONJA #80 Brandon Jerwa (w) Sergio Fernandez Davila (a) Lucio Parrillo (c) FC • 40 pages • $4.99 • Teen+ In a final showdown on dark and stormy seas, everyone is at risk when Red Sonja's master plan goes awry! Will the She-Devil die without redemption? Will the dreaded […]
After nearly 40 years of practice, Jerry Bruckheimer has become very good at cutting out the nonsense.
Concept artist Keron Grant has been posting a few samples of his work on the cancelled proposal, and they do look nice.
If this first picture is a hit, Tonto could get very expensive indeed. In the meantime, Johnny Depp has some mysteries to solve.
It’s always nice to have an insight in to the reasons for a character’s chosen attire, particularly why they might choose to hide their true identity behind mask.
The UK release for The Lone Ranger is set for 9th August but I have tickets to an early screening in London on the evening of Wednesday 10th July.
In some cinemas a least, there's a six minute scene with a classic pulp character after the Man of Steel end credits.
Not as terrifying as the frankly criminal 165-minute runtime of the third Pirates of the Caribbean film, but still a suspicious score for what appears to be a bowl of high summer trifle.
And the emphasis is back on Tonto again.
Plus bonus video Q&A with the filmmakers.
This trailer certainly doesn't give me any better idea if this film is going to work or not. Lots of stuff blows up, though.
"There were rumours that sustained us... stories of a man born in the desert..."
A lot less trains than the last time.
Ahead of tomorrow's full trailer.
I remember when minifigs didn't have arms or moveable legs and their faces were blank. Brrrrr.
Tonto and The Lone Ranger. That way round.
Disney have shown off the first footage from Gore Verbinski's The Lone Ranger and it looks pretty much as you'd expect. Same thing goes for Johnny Depp's Tonto voice – nothing surprising there either. The footage started with a shot of a western landscape, with the "camera" rushing forward and through a crack in a […]
Once upon a time, Disney's The Lone Ranger movie wasn't going to get made because the big number at the bottom of the budget sheet was just too high. The studio worked to get that number down, and had soon cut things back enough that they were happy to turn on the green light. Now, a few […]
Ande Parks, writer of Lone Ranger #6 writes for Bleeding Cool; Page One This issue deals with the aftermath of defeating Marshal Dorsey. It also hits the final notes on the themes of our Hard Country arc: that the Old West was a harsh environment in which to try to help people, and that the […]
Ande Parks writes for Bleeding Cool; Lone Ranger#4 Commentary Page One The end of issue three left Tonto for dead and, a few days later, the Lone Ranger about to be hung. Despite those cliffhangers, we open issue four with Agent Marle. I wanted to provide a little background on how the Ranger and Tonto […]