Dark Horse Comics
It was a couple of years ago that we first heard about Dark Horse's Mike Richardson getting behind the production of a feature film version of Emily the Strange.
The search is finally over for Universal's live action adaptation of the Dark Horse comic R.I.P.D. (Rest in Peace Department). Ready to find out who'll be filling the director's chair? Variety reports that Robert Schwentke (Red) is set to direct the supernatural actioner starring Ryan Reynolds, based on Peter Lenkov's Dark Horse comic about a police department of the dead. The team of Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi are writing the screenplay. More soon! Comic Synopsis
Good news for fans of Joss Whedon's Buffyverse as Dark Horse Comics has announced that Angel will be returning to the Dark Horse stable in 2011, allowing Whedon’s vampire detective to continue his adventures in a new title running alongside Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Nine.
The search for a director may be over for Universal's live action adaptation of the Dark Horse comic R.I.P.D. (Rest in Peace Department). Read on to find out who may have just made the cut.
The search for a director continues for Universal's live action adaptation of the Dark Horse comic R.I.P.D. (Rest in Peace Department). Who's out? Who's in? Who's being considered? Read on.
Season 8, yes, Season 8, of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is en route to DVD courtesy of Fox Home Entertainment.
Some tales never die. Such is the case with the dastardly duality of The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. While Jekyll was always the focus of the story, there's no denying Hyde was lots more fun, and now more of the dark side is being adapted for the big screen.
We knew with Comic-Con right around the corner it wouldn't be long until we saw or heard something from the Dark Horse, David Fincher, and Blur Entertainment project that will see Eric Powell’s The Goon brought to the big screen as a CG-anmiated film! Ready for the first footage?
While lately it seems that just about every other film in pre-production is based on a graphic novel, now comes word of a partnership between Hammer Films and Dark Horse Comics that will give us the reverse: a series of original graphic novels and comic books, the first of which is based on an upcoming Hammer film.
We told you a few weeks ago about Dark Horse Comics' plan to release several different tie-ins to Nimrod Antal's upcoming film, the Robert Rodriguez produced Predators, and now we've got the first bit of artwork for you to dig on!
In an unprecedented move, and we swear this is not a late April Fool's joke, Hollywood is looking to turn out a big budget motion picture that's based on a graphic novel! We know! Friggin' CRAZY, right?
With Nimrod Antal's entry in the Predator franchise entitled Predators looming thankfully closer on the horizon, we're pretty sure you'll be able to expect all sorts of badass promotions and tie-ins heading our way.
Nope, you don't have to go all the way to Tijuana -- Just pre-order your copy of the upcoming Dark Horse comic Hellboy in Mexico (Or, a Drunken Blur) written by Mike Mignola with art by Richard Corben and coloring by Dave Stewart.
Back in March Paramount execs indicated they wanted to "fast track" their comic-book-to-film adaptation of Damn Nation, and now some nine months later the project finally has a writing team: Ashley Edward Miller and Zack Stentz.
I’m sorry to have gone delinquent on my posts here, because this has been a crazy year for me and horror. My Solomon Kane series "The Castle of the Devil" was well received, and I pushed that adventure story about as far as I could, with the help of Mario Guevara’s macabre visuals.