While we started out loving HBO's "True Blood", the show has been on a bit of a downward spiral. Which is why we're completely stoked to see that IDW Publishing is turning its comics miniseries into a monthly True Blood series beginning in May.
It's almost time for WonderCon 2012 to start packing fans into the Anaheim Convention Center, and we have the horror highlights of the three-day event that runs from March 16th-18th right here.
Cryptozoic Entertainment, a premiere developer of original and licensed games, has announced the launch and national availability of Locke & Key: The Game, an all-new card game based on the critically acclaimed comic series Locke & Key from IDW Publishing.
More comic book inspired mayhem is coming our way in this latest adaptation on the quest to find the next big thing a studio can latch onto. IDW fans, something spooky is crawling your way.
Cover Art for the First Three Issues of Anne Rice's Servant of the Bones Comic Adaptation; Excerpt from Issue #1
Tomorrow, August 24th, Issue #1 of IDW's six-part comic adaptation of Anne Rice's Servant of the Bones hits store shelves, and we have a look at the covers for the first three issues along with a peek at an excerpt from the miniseries' debut.
It’s been awhile since news broke that Snakes on a Plane director David Ellis was planning a wild horror movie about an egg-shaped half-alien hunter of hillbillies. It now appears that instead of theaters, Humpty Dumpty will be coming to a comic book store near you this fall. There are still comic book stores?
IDW Publishing has announced an all-new horror series with acclaimed creators Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson. Frankenstein Alive, Alive will launch in 2012, picking up right where Mary Shelley’s classic tale ends.
Any good businessman knows to strike while the iron is hot, and it'll never be hotter than it is right now for Cowboys and Aliens co-writer Andrew Foley. With the film version of the graphic novel he co-wrote with Fred van Lente being the talk of Hollywood and opening in less than two weeks, Foley today announced the release of his newest graphic novel Done to Death.
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.
IDW Publishing has announced an all-new, ongoing 30 Days of Night comic book series starting in October. Original co-creator Steve Niles returns to his first creation with this latest chapter in the 30 Days of Night franchise, joined by artist Sam Kieth. Niles and Kieth depict an epic story that shifts from Barrow, Alaska, to the city of angels, Los Angeles.
Alan Robert, best known for being the bassist and creative force behind the respected hard rock group Life of Agony, has launched a short video teaser featuring images from his new, original horror comic book series Crawl to Me. Read on for the details.
With TV set to dominate this year's San Diego Comic-Con, more panel and screening info has come in with regard to some of our favorite shows, including one that is being admitted into the hallowed confines of Hall H! Read on for the details of who'll be there from Warner Bros. TV and Showtime's "Dexter" along with how you can get a sneak peek at Fox's failed pilot for "Locke & Key".
While waiting for the June 26th premiere of "True Blood" Season Four, why not sink your teeth into the second series of the "True Blood" comic collection, entitled "Tainted Love", which features all of the show’s favorite characters – Sookie, Bill, Eric, Jessica, Jason, Tara, Sam, etc. – in a brand new storyline that is separate from the series?
For those who may be unaware, Anne Rice has written a lot more books than just her Vampire Chronicles, and one of the best of them is Servant of the Bones, the story of Azriel of Babylon. In partnership with IDW Publishing, Anne's historical horror novel is about to become a six-issue comic adaptation.
One thing there's definitely not a shortage of nowadays is kickass horror comics ready and waiting to be adapted into feature films. Next on the block is Alan Robert's Wire Hangers, a horror/crime graphic novel about a string of abductions in New York City.