With new films on the way, it's no surprise new comic versions of The Crow and Judge Dredd are on their way as well (along with a re-release of the latter), and during this weekend's WonderCon, IDW Publishing provided more details on both.
A few weeks ago I ranted and raved about my excitement for Prometheus and hope that Fox will do the right thing with Ridley Scott's sci-fi epic. One thing they are doing right is promotion: After attending AMC's Q&A during WonderCon, my enthusiasm has reached a fever pitch.
While walking around WonderCon, one of our guys on the scene Steve Sievers snapped us a few shots inside the box of Cryptozoic Entertainment's The Walking Dead themed board game which came out around the beginning of the year. Being that we've only ever seen the box art, we figured, hey, why not?
With the final episode of Season Two of "The Walking Dead" hitting AMC tomorrow and Season Three going before cameras for 16 episodes, one question has remained on everyone's minds - Where's Daryl's brother Merle (Michael Rooker)?
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.
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.