With SDCC 2013 kicking off soon, Preview Night details and the full schedule for Day 1 have arrived. We have some tough decisions to make as The Walking Dead comics take on "The X-Files" reunion and then the "Dexter," "Hannibal," and "Teen Wolf" panels go head-to-head.
If you've never sat down with an issue of the comic Crossed, brothers and sisters, you have been missing out to the tenth power. The insane tale of madness and murder is on its way to the big screen to give you kids a case of the shudders. Read on for details.
If you're a Garth Ennis fan (and if you're not, what the heck's wrong with you?), you'll be thrilled to hear that the Northern Irish comics writer who created Preacher and Hitman among others has a new biweekly series starting on March 14th that's a follow-up to his popular Crossed. It's entitled Crossed: Badlands and reunites Ennis with artist Jacen Burrows.
We told you a few days ago about Avatar Press and Mischief Maker Studios' announcement that legendary comic book writer Garth Ennis will be premiering his short film Stitched at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday evening, July 21, at 8:15 pm in Room 6DE. And now? Now we have the trailer for you!
Avatar Press and Mischief Maker Studios proudly announce that legendary comic book writer Garth Ennis will be premiering his short film Stitched at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday evening, July 21, at 8:15 pm in Room 6DE. Stitched will also become an ongoing monthly comic series.
Avatar Press recently announced its upcoming comic/graphic novel releases through the end of the year, and two in particular caught our eye: the season-celebrating Night of the Living Dead Holiday Special #1 and the much-anticipated new printing of Alan Moore’s critically-acclaimed psychological thriller A Small Killing. From the Press Release:
With an adaptation of the horror comic sensation Preacher still stewing, another property from the same writer is getting ready to be shopped around. One of our favorites, too -- the amazingly violent Crossed from Avatar Press.
Warren Ellis' comic series Gravel, about a soldier in the British S.A.S. who possesses some dark magic mojo, has been picked up by Legendary Pictures for a theatrical adaptation.