James Cameron’s four AVATAR sequels are being shuffled around, as well
Can Tsu’tey lead his people to victory over the human invaders?
by Aaron Halls The past decade has treated fans of Avatar: The Last Airbender, Nickelodeon’s classic cartoon series, kindly. Since the show’s finale aired in 2008, a well-received sequel series, Legend of Korra, has been released and recently, a live-action retelling of the original series was announced for Netflix. Also helping keep Avatar fans satisfied is […]
In what may or may not become a long-standing tradition, Alan Moore has answered questions at Christmas set by the members of a Facebook group called The Really Very Serious Alan Moore Scholars’ Group, who are, as the name might suggest, a bunch of people who are interested in his work. This set of Qs […]
On August the 8th, the first book in the Legend of Korra: Turf Wars graphic novel trilogy, published by Dark Horse, will be released. First announced two years ago, a lot of hype has since surrounded the comic. Series co-creator Michael DiMartino has been busy with writing the story, with Irene Koh working alongside as […]
Free Comic Book Day 2017 Gold Sponsor Comics (W) Adam Hughes (A/CA) Adam Hughes It’s Betty vs. Veronica! Betty and Veronica are America’s sweethearts… until they turn on each other! Pops’ Chocklit Shoppe is being taken over by a huge coffee company. When Betty and Veronica go head-to-head over the issue, all bets are off! […]
Somewhere deep in the bowels of the Internet, unbeknownst to all but the initiated, there’s an organisation that calls itself the Really Very Serious Alan Moore Scholars’ Group. Occasionally they get to actually communicate with the object of their adoration, The Great Moore himself. The most recent manifestation was in December 2015, when The Master […]
Avatar Press might not be a publisher that most fans keep their eye on, however the company publishes key titles from important creators like Alan Moore (V for Vendetta) and Kevin O’Neil (The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen). Avatar recently launched a Kickstarter for the newest project from the two creators titled Cinema Purgatorio with a […]
During a special panel at New York Comic Con 2015, Dark Horse Comics in conjunction with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products and James Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment announced that AVATAR, the highest-grossing film in history, will expand into the world of comic books in anticipation of the three upcoming film sequels. The books are said to tell […]
Now that the outrage-o-tron has moved from torture to movie casting, here is a round-up of reactions to the “Torture Cover” post the other day. Actually I don’t even need to write anything, as the Outhouse already summed it up with CROSSED TORTURE VARIANT CONTROVERSY SPARKS SURPRISINGLY CIVIL DEBATE ON INTERNET. It’s true. No one was blackballed, castigated or petitioned. The effects and provenance of disturbing material were widely debated, but it was generally decided by everyone involved that those who like it can like it, those who want to throw up can move right over to the toilet.