Comic artist and film director Marjane Satrapi has recently revealed her latest project blending her two areas of expertise. Her new film Radioactive will be an adapation of Lauren Redniss’s 2010 experimental graphic novel Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie: A Tale of Love and Fallout. As the title implies, the graphic novel and upcoming movie looked at the […]
Archives for February 2018
We’ll be getting to all these ComicsPRo announcements as we can, but here’s one that looks really nice: THE LIFE AND DEATH OF TOYO HARADA, a six issue “prestige format” mini series by Joshua Dysart (HARBINGER, HARBINGER WARS, Unknown Soldier) and rising star CAFU (RAPTURE). Each issue will also include flashbacks to Harada’s past by guest artists including Mico Suayan (BLOODSHOT REBORN), Lewis […]
Twitter and Tumblr have a new sweetheart, and his name is Winston Duke. In his very first film role, Duke made an indelible impression on moviegoers as M’Baku, leader of the Jabari tribe. Even in a cast loaded with charisma and stunning good looks, Duke’s witty, vegetarian, gorilla-bemasked challenger made a massive impression appearing in […]
Marvel’s very secret presentation and the return of Dinesh Shamdasani
Announced today at ComicsPRO, Dynamite Entertainment will have Premier Publisher status at Diamond starting in April. They join Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Image and IDW in the front of the catalog (the first two only in effigy) and will have various behind the scenes advantages as well. According to a press release, “the move recognizes […]
Earlier this week, an era ended when Marvel surprisingly announced their “Fresh Start” initiative as their superstar writer, Brian Michael Bendis (Ultimate Spider-Man) finalizes plans to depart from the publisher. Today, Marvel’s May solicitations teased the final entries to his remaining series, including the landmark Iron Man #600. We were able to cobble together the solicits […]
On paper, Annihilation is everything I want from a movie. The film stars a group of female scientists and explorers – a biologist, physicist, psychologist, anthropologist, and paramedic – venturing into an unknown phenomenon dubbed “the shimmer.” Once inside the glimmering sphere that blankets a small piece of land in Florida, they reflect on the circumstances that led them each to accept the risky mission and confront the physical horrors that stalk them through the bizarre, mutated landscapes.
The inaugural edition of a new weekly column dedicated to spotlighting the latest and greatest artists in comics!
Here’s more of that 2018 industry change: DC secedes from Previews, and Diamond announces its own PULLBOX system.
It’s always interesting to see creators coming up with new visions or ideas in the horror genre. The past few years have been very good for horror in general with exceptional takes on movies, books and comics. Maya Lemaitre brings forward a variation on the haunted house tropes in Found, a short oversized comic about two […]