Much like The Walking Dead, the Preacher comic franchise is sacred ground for fans. Adaptations have been the talk of the town for years now, and one thing is certain... for this to work, it has to be done right. Enter AMC producers Evan Goldberg and James Weaver.
It's been a big week for news about Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's small screen adaptation of Garth Ennis' comic series Preacher, which began when the duo revealed the AMC series will remain faithful to the comics. But will the show be as gory and nudity-filled as the comics are?
Last month we learned that powerhouse duo Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are penning a small screen adaptation of the Garth Ennis-created comic series Preacher for AMC, and today comes word from Goldberg about the status of the project. Read on!
Remember back in November when the surprising rumor was circulating that Seth Rogen was somehow going to be involved in a "Preacher" TV series for AMC? Well, it was true, and more details have arrived.
Big news today for people who are looking forward to the much talked about adaptation of the brilliant Garth Ennis comic Preacher. It sounds as if things are cooking in a really big way. Read on for details.
It's been quite a long time since last there was any movement on the front of getting a feature film adaptation of the brilliant Garth Ennis comic Preacher made. Today, however, director D.J. Caruso has some interesting news for fans.
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.
Writer Garth Ennis has made a name for himself over the years with his work on several acclaimed comic series including Preacher, Punisher, Hellblazer, Judgment Day and so many more.
Garth Ennis has been a highly respected comics writer for well over 20 years now, creating some of the most badass storylines for several of the best modern genre-related comic series including Preacher, The Punisher, The Boys and Hellblazer.
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!
San Diego Comic-Con 2011: Day 3 (July 23) Schedule Now Live; Coppola, Kirkman, Immortals, Vampires, Dinosaurs, Badass Knights, and More!
By the time Saturday rolls around during the San Diego Comic-Con, we've separated the men from the boys and know who's in it for the long haul. This year Saturday is chock-full of horror offerings throughout the entire day so if you'll be there, make sure to drink plenty of coffee, wear comfortable shoes, and be ready to hoof it from one end of the convention center to the other!
The schedules for the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con Preview Night and Day 1 (July 20 and July 21) are now live, and we have the horror highlights for you here (along with a few panels of general interest). As always, though, be sure to check the official SDCC site for updates, and we also recommend downloading the SDCC app if you have a smart phone.
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.
If anyone here has read Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's brilliant graphic novel The Boys, you already know one thing ... this ultra-violent tale of psychopathic superheroes is simply screaming for a big screen adaptation.