The new what? The New Deadwardians, an eight-issue comic mini-series written by Dan Abnett with art by newcomer INJ Culbard coming in March, 2012, from Vertigo Comics.
If your life takes you anywhere near the humming geek media machine found at the center of the internet, then you've heard about DC Comics preparing to shake up their universe. Horror fans are no strangers to the re-boot; and this is exactly what DC is after.
You know why we love Eric Kripke? He always gets his man! Although he was linked to an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Sandman many moons ago, that project never happened. In its place has come Deadman, which The CW has tapped Kripke to write and produce based on the comic books by Arnold Drake and Carmine Infantino.
And the comics scene continues to be mined for its latest and greatest characters that could translate into big money for either the big or the small screen. Next up - DC Comics' Raven.
Do you have an extra 80 cents to spare and want to try out a new comic book series? Look no further than I, Zombie, written by World Fantasy Award finalist Chris Roberson with art by Eisner Award-winning superstar artist Michael Allred.
Take the Southern fried swaggery charm of True Blood and replace the vampires and werewolves with zombies; cannibalistic, robotic nightmares; and Cthulhu-esque horrors. Now make half the populace of a quiet little town superpowered and earmark the other half for meat ... and you’ve got Aaron Williams' North 40!
DC Comics/WildStorm Productions and Electronic Arts will take comic book fans and gamers alike on a journey through the gates of hell with the release of the first issue in the six-issue comic miniseries Dante’s Inferno, available now at comic book stores and retailers.
Marvel Zombies was a heavily promoted event in our comic universe. While the moments within the pages were skillfully worked into the canon of Marvel continuity, it's primarily seen as light, spoofy fun. Now, DC take a turn. Get ready for the Blackest Night!
Akiva Goldsman is a name almost universally reviled amongst the online movie geek community. Inside Hollywood, the Oscar-winning screenwriter is one of the most respected and sought after. Will the screenwriter of Lost in Space, Batman & Robin, I Am Legend, and I, Robot find redemption amongst the hardcore fanbase with his work in bringing Swamp Thing back to the big screen?
There’s certainly no shortage of zombies in the media these days. You can wade through an endless cache of movies, music, novels, and comic books and still have a difficult time staying atop the undead legions. That doesn’t matter to DC/Vertigo, however, as they’re gearing up to gamble on another zombie-themed comic –- with an interesting twist.
Now this is an odd turn of events; THR reported this morning that Horton Hears a Who director Jimmy Hayward has signed on to make his live action debut with the DC Comic adaptation Jonah Hex, which has been stagnant for a bit after the Crank directors departed the project.
The sick minds behind Crank and Pathology, Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor, could not settle their creative differences with the folks behind the scenes of Jonah Hex, so Variety reports that they have left the project.
STYD got word today that Warner Brothers has officially given the thumbs-up on the script for the upcoming film Jonah Hex.
When you have a character named Jonah Hex, you really can’t make it without some supernatural elements, can you? I mean, the name itself implies magic in its most wicked form.