Lost Boys to get a comic Book sequel

Vertigo Comics has announced a new Lost Boys comic series that will serve as a sequel to Joel Schumacher’s cult-favorite ’80s horror-comedy. Hack/Slash creator and Grayson scribe Tim Seeley will write the series, with The Dark & the Bloody’s Scott Godlewski and Patricia Mulvihill on interior art duties, and Tony Moore (Shade) providing covers. The […]

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FX/Fox Developing 3New Comic Book shows


FX and Fox respectively, have given us some brilliant shows over the past fears especially on the adaptation front- including ‘The Walking Dead’ and ‘The Strain.’ And now they look set to be trying their hand again as they have acquired the rights to 3huge comic book based shows- ‘Y: The Last Man,’ ‘The Hellfire Club’ and ‘Legion.’ Continue reading

Amazing Custom Movie Posters


Who doesn’t love a great movie poster? And the only thing better than a truly amazing movie poster is when a fan or artist takes that poster and creates something even better than the original- even when you didn’t think that could done.  That’s exactly what artist Tomer Hanuka, whose portfolio includes incredible posters for Rambo, Psycho and 300 has managed to do here. Continue reading

Weekly Recommendation: The Filth

recommendationOnce again Monday has arrived, and with the start of the week comes my recommendation. And with it being Comic-Con I’m staying with comics and suggesting you check out Grant Morrisons ‘Filth.’

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Weekly Reccomendation: Preacher (Vol1)


This weeks recommendation isa  throwback to 1996- but its totally worthy of the recommendation despite the fact that the entire series has now been finished for over 12years. This is one of the books that helped to show a large number of people that comic books dont necessarily need to be about superheroes to be worthy of a read, and with a television adaptation in the works now is the time to jump on the ‘Preacher’ bandwagon. Continue reading

Weekly Recommendation: Fables


Once agin the beginning of the week has rolled around, and that means its time for me to recommend something for you all to read- and this week its the gloriously delightful ‘Fables’ from DC. This book is such a great read for many reasons, one of the main reasons is the great job of crafting stories that Bill Whillingham has done with the series from its humble beginnings to its continuing mainstream success. Continue reading

Scalped- being adapted for Television


Comic book fans rejoice, WGN America have announced they have the rights too adapt Jason Aaron’s Scalped into a television series. This series ran for 5years under the DC Vertigo banner and is a wonderful ‘Crime Noir’ book based on a Native American Reservation. Continue reading