Friday, October 15, 2010
Last year when Chris Roberson released the special mini-series entitled, Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love I immediately fell in love with the book. I really fell in love with Chrissie Zullo's covers of Cinderella. She made Cindy look so damn sexy! The story was excellent and I craved more once it was ended.
Hallelujah!! My prayers have been answered! The sexy, smart, tough, fashion-conscious spy is back in February with another story of espionage and action.
Cinderella: Fables are Forever, a spin-off from the hit Vertigo series Fables, reunites the same creative team as last time, with i, Zombie's Chris Roberson writing and Shawn McManus drawing. Chrissie Zullo is also back doing covers.
And this time, the story will be tied to what's going on in the main Fables title.
Newsarama has a interview with Chris Roberson abvout this project and other items he is currently working on for DC.
Vincent Bocognani created this wonderfully clever picture entitled, "Da Vinci Game." You can vote on Vincent's artwork at Threadless. His Sonic/Da Vinci mash-up will make an awesome t-shirt or print for your game room.
If you are looking for the perfect Christmas present for your zombie loving friend or family member, look no further... But you better act fast because these sweet little people eaters are very rare and can only be had by attending cons or purchased from ebay.
via: collectors society
According to Deadline, The Incredible Hulk is muscling his way to prime-time TV. ABC is in very early stages of development of a live-action series adaptation of the popular Marvel comic book character. There is no writer on board yet with search underway. Marvel, which was acquired by ABC parent Disney last year for $4 billion, started a major push in TV in June with the launch of Marvel Television whose goal was to adapt Marvel characters and stories to the small screen. Marvel TV head Jeph Loeb (Smallville) and his team quickly zeroed in on The Hulk, with rumors of a potential Hulk live-action series first surfacing in mid-summer.
The Hulk is the second major comic book character to get a prime-time treatment for next season. Warner Bros. TV and DC Comics are developing a Wonder Woman series with The Practice creator David E. Kelley.
What other Marvel, DC, Image, Boom, etc. properties should get their own television series?
via: major spoilers
Thursday, October 14, 2010
This coming January, you’ll notice something unique about the cover treatments for DCU titles hitting that month. Each title gets a unique and yet familiar logo treatment that brings the focus on the characters and stars of their respective books.
New year. New beginnings. New focus.
This January will see a handful of one-shots spotlighting some of the key players in the DCU by an A-list assortment of creators, including James Robinson, Eric Wallace, J.T. Krul and more.
Here’s the breakdown:
STARMAN /CONGORILLA #1
Written by JAMES ROBINSON
Art by BRETT BOOTH
Cover by GENE HA
Written by JAMES ROBINSON
Art by BRETT BOOTH
Cover by GENE HA
In this tie-in to the “JLA Omega” storyline, the new blue and gold team of Congorilla and Mikaal Tomas work to unlock the secrets behind the toxic Omega Man’s dark energy, which encases Washington D.C. To do this they must embark on a quest to find the Fountain of Youth, encountering diverse heroes from the DCU along the way including Animal Man, Sirocco and a certain wonder dog named Rex. And all the while, Mikaal and Congorilla must outrun and outwit a cadre of terrorist assassins from Gorilla City. This is a breakneck chase through the DCU, but with a serious end-goal – saving the lives of their fellow members of the JLA!
Script by ERIC WALLACE
Art by CLIFF RICHARDS
Cover by CLIFF CHIANG
Blaze, the current ruler of Hell, has an offer for Mary and Billy Batson that may be too good to pass up! Left powerless, will the two former heroes have the strength to deny the devil? Can Freddy Freeman save them? And how does the Titan Osiris fit into it all? Find out here, in this one-shot special written by Eric Wallace (TITANS) with art by Cliff Richards (THE ROAD HOME: BATMAN & ROBIN #1)!
ONE-SHOT • On sale JANUARY 26 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US
Written by STEVE LYONS
Art by SEAN CHEN
Cover by ALEX GARNER
John Henry Irons is a normal human being who managed to overcome all odds and become a hero who Superman considers a peer and colleague. What kind of determination drives a man to reach such heights? Find out here as a battered and bruised Steel defiantly stands as the only thing between Metallo and the destruction of Metropolis! Doctor Who novelist Steve Lyons and artist Sean Chen (ACTION COMICS, SALVATION RUN) deliver a story that shows why Steel is a true DC Universe icon!
ONE-SHOT • On sale JANUARY 5 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US
WONDER GIRL #1
Written by JT KRUL
Art by ADRIANA MELO & MARIAH BENES
Cover by NICOLA SCOTT & DOUG HAZLEWOOD
Spinning out of the pages of TEEN TITANS comes this spotlight on Cassie Sandsmark, the wonderful Wonder Girl! Even though not every moment of Wonder Girl’s life is spent being a Titan, strange adventures still follow her everywhere. In this issue, she’ll cross paths with the odd new hero known as Solstice!
ONE-SHOT • On sale JANUARY 12 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US
Now, Vince Vaughn has signed on to star in Universal’s buddy-cop action film and may re-team with his Wedding Crashers’ co-star Owen Wilson, who is eying the project as well, according to Pajiba.
The comic was written by Steven Grant with art by Mat Santolouco. This follows a DEA agent and an undercover Naval Intelligence officer who are unwittingly investigating each other and who steal mob money for the good guys. They realize later that the mob actually got them to steal $50 million from the CIA.
No director has signed on yet. No production date has been set.
Love Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson together. Match made in heaven.
via: fused film
When Dave Lizewski put on his mask and became Kick-Ass, he never imagined things would go this far. Now Dave comes face-to-face with a world he helped bring about, as his dreams of a world of superheroes come true...but will those dreams turn to nightmares? Don't miss the comic book event of the year! Plus: Hit-Girl!
WARNING - lots of bad language in here so be careful!!!
Well ladies if you're going to go the sexy/slutty route this Halloween, why not get in touch with your inner "bad girl" geek? What's sexier than a bad-girl? Not a damn thing!
The last two weeks we began our weekly Halloween feature which highlights one sexy superhero costume each week until October 31. This week decided to go the "bad-girl" route and show-off our favorite female villain costumes.
Hopefully these costumes will provide a bit of inspiration for our lovely, beautiful and secretly "bad" female readers to wear to this years party or your favorite heroes bedroom.