When Steve Niles (Criminal Macabre, 30 Days of Night) premiered artwork from his upcoming collaboration with artist Menton3 (Monocyte, Proof: Endangered, Crawl to Me) via his Twitter feed, speculation and anticipation spread like wildfire across the Internet. Now Dark Horse has announced that this new vampiric tale will premiere in an upcoming Dark Horse Presents!
Some of you may not know that the San Diego Comic-Con has a little sister known as WonderCon, which is typically held in San Francisco, but this year things are going to be a bit different. Due to renovation work taking place at Moscone Center South, the Con's usual home, the powers-that-be have opted to relocate it to the Anaheim Convention Center for its 2012 run of March 16th-18th rather than cancel or postpone it.
Artist Michael Kaluta (Starstruck, The Shadow) and writer Steve Niles (30 Days of Night, Remains) are creating a graphic novel of epic proportions for Legendary Comics that will be a tie-in with Legendary Pictures' big screen adaptation of the classic tale Paradise Lost helmed by Alex Proyas, and today we have an update on what Niles and Kaluta are up to.
It was back in August of 2009 when Universal acquired the rights to adapt Steve Niles' Criminal Macabre, which features drug-infused anti-hero detective Cal McDonald, into a feature film; and yes, things have been moving rather slowly, but we finally have an update!
Did you remember to check out the online-only prequel webisode for Chiller TV's Remains entitled Remains: Road to Reno that premiered today? If not, be sure to head over to Chillertv.com and do so. But first how about a quick Q&A with executive producer Steve Niles, who also wrote the graphic novel Remains is based on? In addition, we have two new promo videos to share!
A week before the premiere of its first original movie, Steve Niles’ Remains, Chiller TV will whet viewers’ appetites for zombies with the debut of a special online-only prequel, Remains: Road to Reno. This eleven-minute webisode, produced exclusively for Chillertv.com, will debut online Friday, December 9th, and will give viewers a glimpse at the origins of Remains’ post-apocalyptic zombie invasion.
Now here's a great way to kick off your weekend! A little snack if you will! Chiller TV's upcoming zombie themed show "Remains" is on its way, and we have the first two stills right here for you to digest. Toothpick not included.
Oh, the joys of living in a world in which zombies are getting so much love. Face it - everything is better with flesh-eaters, including Chiller TV, who recently unveiled the latest bit of eye candy for the live action version of "Remains".
Chiller TV has finally announced a premiere date for its zombie-themed piece of original programming, the live action version of "Remains". Read on to find out when you can tune in for all those lovely bits and pieces.
Dark Horse Comics has created an exclusive digital comic to serve as a prequel to the thriller The Thing, in theaters October 14. Starting today, September 21, the FREE comic is being released in three parts (look for future installments on September 28 and October 5). The Thing: The Northman Nightmare tells the origin story of pioneering Norsemen who discover a shape-shifting creature that is hiding in a desolate village with few human survivors.
Chiller TV recently debuted the trailer for its upcoming adaptation of Steve Niles' Remains a few months back, and today we've got a look at a TV spot that offers some different footage. C'mon inside and check it out!
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.
With San Diego Comic-Con in full swing, everyone is letting the content fly! Including Chiller TV, who has just debuted the trailer for its upcoming adaptation of Steve Niles' Remains.
Fans looking forward to Chiller TV's live action version of Steve Niles' tale of the walking dead, Remains, rejoice! The man himself has offered up a special sneak peek at the official poster for the project that will be appearing at next week's San Diego Comic-Con! Check out the eye candy below from artist Kieron Dwyer, who illustrated the comic.
Earlier today a nice surprise landed in our inbox: an exclusive first look at the cover art for Bela Lugosi's Tales from the Grave Issue #3 by artist David Hartman. Of course we couldn't wait to share it!