You would think after a long illustrious career writing comics, Grant Morrisson would have had several projects adapted to film or television. It’s 2017 and that honor goes to SYFY network’s investment in perhaps his least synonymous work, the Christmas story of crime, sex, and a blue horse named HAPPY! SYFY is bringing the four issue […]
Getting a bit spoilery here, sorry. The revival of Twin Peaks, David Lynch and Mark Frost’s landmark television series, has been easily the entertainment highlight of my year so far (and that’s saying something in a set of months that gave us Get Out, Logan, Baby Driver, Legion, the latest season of Better Call Saul, […]
With Logan ruling the box office, take a look back at three of the all time classic X-Men comics, all available for free on ComiXology.
The first Morrison live-action adaptation now has a lead actor
Happy! an Image series by Grant Morrison and Darrick Robertson has been given a a pilot order at SyFy, as the relentless march of comics into primetime television continues. The series concerns a hardboiled hitman who questions his life after he meets a small, imaginary flying blue horse named Happy. See the first link for […]
Talk about a dream team! Today, Syfy and Universal Cable Productions announced that Grant Morrison would team up with Jonah Hex film writer Brian Taylor to bring Aldous Huxley’s science fiction novel, Brave New World, to the small screen. Both Morrison and Taylor were named as executive producers on the show alongside Amblin Television co-presidents Darryl […]
by Donald Powell Anyone who has followed Grant Morrison knows that he loves to get his myth in. No comics creator since Jack Kirby has pushed the transformational power of the super hero archetype, how it can serve as a metaphor to live by, and how it can be used as an empowering tool for […]
The Hollywood Reporter announced today that Sinatoro, an upcoming comic from Grant Morrison and Vanesa R. Del Rey is being adapted for television by Universal Pictures. Adam Armus and Kay Foster will be writing the screenplay – alongside Morrison himself. Scheduled to be published by Black Mask Studios next year, Sinatoro is casually described in the announcement […]
Wonder Woman Earth One by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette has finally been published, after five or six years of behind the scenes delays. Reaction has been mixed, but the positive reviews have been strong, showing that Morrison may just have negotiated The Most Dangerous Job On Earth, namely writing Wonder Woman in a highly problematic atmosphere.
Can DC can get some love this February?