Detective Comic's Wildstorm label is set to release a second volume of Friday the 13th comics.
Earlier this year, Stefan Hutchinson's comic mini-series Halloween: Nightdance brought back the classic Michael Myers in a big way. It not only proved better than all the sequels combined, it nearly erased every bad memory from Rob Zombie's romp in trailer park land. We've been eagerly anticipating Hutchinson's follow-up and today he dropped us a line with some news regarding his next stab at The Shape:
On October 21st, EA Games is going to unleash one of the most anticipated horror video games of the year, Dead Space. The game would be enough to satisfy any genre fan but to sweeten the deal, EA is going cross media to make the story more tangible with a comic and animated film.
Now here’s something we didn’t expect to happen so soon. Ryan Schifrin’s comic book series Spooks (official forum) is going to be hitting the big screen! Our guys covering the San Diego Comic-Con phoned in with the news. Barry Joesphson (Enchanted) is set to produce, but a director ad cast has yet to be announced.
Spawn. Lots and lots and lots of Spawn. I’m going to be honest, I didn’t realize this character was still so popular with the masses, but judging by McFarlane’s upcoming selection of Spawn figures, he’s more popular than ever. Feast your eyes below!
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Jenna Dewan and her boobs have nabbed the lead role in a motion picture adaptation of Top Cow's top heavy comic Magdalena. Dewan will star as Patience, a very attractive young woman who discovers she's the next in a line of female warriors descended from Mary Magdalene that fight the forces of evil.
Spooks publisher Devil's Due sent us a preview of the upcoming comic book from Azreal scribe James Pascoe and Batman: Gotham Knight artist Roger Robinson.
Top Cow, the publisher responsible for bringing us some of the more kickass titles in the comic book world such as Witchblade and Darkness, is now tackling HBO's vampire series True Blood.
Ryan Schifrin's comic mini-series Spooks is kicking all kinds of ass right now. If you're worried that the Devil's Due published comic won't live on once the final issue is released, we've got some good news for ya.
Ryan Schifrin's badass comic endeavor Spooks hit the ground running when its debut issue sold out after being on the market less than a week, and now Issue 2 hits stores everywhere March 12! Make sure you're one of the cool kids and get your tail to the store to stake your claim on some illustrated supernatural goodness!
By now we're pretty sure you've heard all about Ryan Schifrin's comic book Spooks. If you haven't already, well then this is the best time to find out!
We've been telling you guys about director Ryan Schifrin's comic book mini-series Spooks for a while now (“Dread Central Hosts Spooks Forum!” – January 2008). To help build the hype for the project's launch in February, Spooks just got its official website!
A while back we gave you guys the first word on Ryan (Abominable) Schifrin’s latest project, the horror/action comic Spooks (“Schifrin Talks Spooks” – December 2007).
We first told you about Ryan Schifrin's upcoming horror comic, SPOOKS, a couple of days ago (Ryan Schifrin Talks Spooks -- Tue, 12/11/2007) and already Ryan was kind enough to give us an early look at a couple of pages of gruesome goodness!
The news about Ryan Schifrin's latest endeavor, SPOOKS (news here), just keeps rolling on in! Make sure you hit up the above link to see some exclusive artwork and learn everything that you can about this newest team