Robert E. Howard

Dark Horse Is Going Barbarian with King Conan: The Hour of the Dragon This May

Conan fans have a lot to look forward to. In addition to The Legend of Conan coming in 2014, Dark Horse Comics has lined up writer Timothy Truman, artist Tomás Giorello, and colorist José Villarrubia to adapt Robert E. Howard’s only Conan novel in two, six-issue miniseries.

New Making-of Solomon Kane Featurette

As its February 19th UK theatrical release date approaches, a new making-of video from Solomon Kane arrived today featuring insights about the film from screenwriter/director Michael Bassett; stars Pete Postlethwaite, James Purefoy, and Rachel Hurd-Wood; and the producers.

New Solomon Kane Widget Heavy on the Action

So the question beckons -- how do you cope with a really slow news day? By watching several clips from Solomon Kane, that's how!

Solomon Kane Assault on the Castle Clip and Behind-the-Scenes Creature Feature

It must be Christmas! Two new videos were released today for Michael Bassett's live action version of Robert E. Howard's creation known as Solomon Kane.

Take a Ride with the Masked Rider in New Solomon Kane Clip

While we all wait patiently for any news regarding a Stateside release of the live action version of Robert E. Howard's creation Solomon Kane, another new clip has come out to tide us over.

Solomon Kane Clip Takes Us to the Hall of Mirrors

Michael J. Bassett's Solomon Kane still doesn't have a firm US release date, but that's not stopping the film's producers from pulling out all the stops to get their product in front of as many eyes as possible. And today they've provided us with a nicely creepy clip entitled "Hall of Mirrors".

New Solomon Kane Featurette

Solomon Kane will debut tonight as part of the Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness series, and to help prime audiences for what they're gonna see, a new promotional featurette has just popped up online.

Bassett Updates on Solomon Kane

I’m sure like any decent horror fan who follows various projects in the works, one or two of you out there have said to yourselves during the past few months, “What the hell is going on with Solomon Kane, anyway?”