George A. Romero and Marvel Comics are getting ready to take a bite out of the Big Apple in their new comic Empire of the Dead, and we now have a preview of the goods for you flesh-eaters right here! Read on!
Strange Kids Club has revealed its final October art print release, and not only does it pay tribute to both George Romero and Stephen King, but it also promises: "The Most Fun You'll Ever Have... BEING SCARED!!"
As reported yesterday, George A. Romero and Marvel Comics are getting ready to take a bite out of the Big Apple in their new comic Empire of the Dead, and we now have more details about it and Romero's appearance at NYCC 2013 along with the variant cover! Read on!
George A. Romero and Marvel Comics are getting ready to take a bite out of the Big Apple as their new comic Empire of the Dead is moving the zombie action to New York City!
On August 27th, the reissue of Waxwork Records' re-mastered double-LP edition of John Harrison's Day of the Dead soundtrack went up for pre-order, which we highly recommend you snatch up if you missed it on the first go-around.
It's been a few months since we've had anything to report in regards to Night of the Living Dead: Origins 3D, another re-imagining of Romero's classic. This one sets itself apart by being a fully animated affair, starring some pretty familiar faces as the characters from the original film.
Nothing perks our ears up more than news about a new George Romero zombie project, and it was earlier this year when Marvel began to get us excited about a zombie comic book series which would be written by the master.
George A. Romero's career has been plagued by projects that were planned but never came to fruition, and the last several years have seen many rumors come and go with regard to what his next film will be on the heels of 2009's Survival of the Dead.
Monster-Mania 25 Is Headed to New Jersey with Carrie Fisher, George Romero, Being Human Cast, and More!
Garden State, you may find yourself deflowered after the madness of Monster-Mania Con 25 hits this summer. The powerhouse convention will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cherry Hill, NJ, August 16-18, and the joint may never be the same.
Way back in October 2012 it was reported by Twitch that the legendary George A. Romero was writing a new comic property for Marvel. After months of silence since, a teaser for the project has just made its way online. And when we say teaser, we mean teaser.
So what does legendary director and master of horror George A. Romero have cooking lately? It sounds as if he's headed back into the world of comic books with one of the powerhouses of the industry at his side!
It's been a long road to get Night of the Living Dead: Origins, one of several recent new takes on the classic George A. Romero film, out of the starting gate and into the hands of the general public, but that could soon be changing.
"They're coming to get you, Barbra. There's one of them now!" And with those words, it began. The zombie apocalypse, whether it's in Pennsylvania, Atlanta, or anywhere else in the world, originated in the Evans City Cemetery 30 miles north of Pittsburgh in Night of the Living Dead when Bill Hinzman shuffled into frame.
With Halloween season in full swing, everyone is checking in with horror heavyweights to see if there's something that's on their plate we need to know about quickly. Case in point ...
George A. Romero's 1968 classic Night of the Living Dead is the kind of movie that continues to lay the chills on hot and heavy decades after its release. The good thing for us? The merch surrounding it is pretty nifty, too. Case in point: the following poster.