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    Newsarama.com : Garth Ennis Writing THE SHADOW Ongoing Series for Dynamite

    Ennis is currently wrapping his series The Boys at Dynamite, and is returning to Marvel's The Punisher with a new MAX series illustrated by Goran Parlov that has yet to be publicly scheduled.

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    JUDGE DREDD Creator John Wagner Comments on New Film, DREDD

    HeroComplex recently held the interview with Wagner and it can be read in its entirety here. He had a lot to say concerning the history of the character and how he’s changed over the years, as well as what he would have changed storywise. Regarding the Stallone-version of Judge Dredd, Wagner said the following:


    “They told the wrong story — it didn’t have that much to do with Dredd the character as we know him. I don’t think Stallone was a bad Dredd, though it would have been better and lent him more cred if he hadn’t revealed his face. He was just Dredd in the wrong story. I envy their budget, though. Some of the CGI was very good, and the re-creations of the Angel Gang and the robot. The robot actually came from a [Judge Dredd editor] Pat Mills story and didn’t belong in Dredd, but it looked good. If the plot had revolved around characters like them the film would have been more successful.”

    Now, compare that to what he’s saying about the Urban-version:


    “The plot is about Dredd and his world. It’s impossible to cover every aspect of the character and his city – perhaps that was one of the failings of the first film; they tried to do too much and ended up with not a lot. Dredd homes in on the essential job of judging – instant justice in a violent future city. I like the actors, they’re well cast and they handled their parts well. Olivia Thirlby (Juno) is perfect as Anderson, the young psi judge. She gives the character a touching vulnerability. Karl Urban will not remove his helmet and will not kiss his costar.”
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    Awww for ****s sake...why is Collossus half Juggernaut? Do both Petr and Juggy still exist or has Marvel cannabilized the two? Someone help me here. **** you Marvel.

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    Gosh, because when I first came across Rulk, all I can think of was wouldn't it be swell if he fought the Juggernaut.
    Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.
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    IDW/MARVEL has put out a tribute to John Romita's AMAZING SPIDER-MAN artwork!!! Harry loves it!
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    Lawsuit Over THE CROW Settled; Reboot to Move Forward
    http://collider.com/crow-reboot-lawsuit/139903/

    The reboot that no one is asking for looks like it may be moving forward. A revisiting of director Alex Proyas’ 1994 Miramax picture, The Crow, was previously in the works through Relativity Media. Since the Weinsteins distributed the original through Miramax and had contracts claiming ownership of all rights to The Crow, they filed suit against Relativity seeking “injunctive relief,” ie ceasing all The Crow-related production. Not to be intimidated, Relativity fired counter-claims.

    Things haven’t gone particularly well for the reboot as directors have come and gone, writers have signed on and then dropped out, and principal actors have been offered roles but have ultimately left the project. In short, it’s been a mess. One bright spot in production is that both sides of the lawsuit have settled amicably. While the good news is that this brings The Crow reboot closer to reality, the bad news is that this brings The Crow reboot closer to reality. Hit the jump to read the press release.

    For what it’s worth, I believe it’s sacrilegious to even consider a reboot of The Crow, just as it was more than unnecessary to make three horrendous sequels. Check out the press release about the lawsuit settlement below:

    “The lawsuit between Relativity Media and The Weinstein Company concerning THE CROW has been amicably settled out of court, and the parties will continue to work on the film together as planned. In addition, Relativity Media has dismissed all of its claims against The Weinstein Company for any wrongdoing regarding the release and distribution of NINE, and The Weinstein Company has dismissed all of its claims against Relativity Media.”

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    I would kill to read the Nick Cave screenplay for that reboot.

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    Chew/Dicks Meets Mars Attacks(start writing your jokes about that headline...now)
    http://www.bleedingcool.com/2012/01/...-mars-attacks/

    The writer of Chew, John Layman, and the artist in Dicks, John McCrea are working together on a new version of Mars Attacks from IDW, coming out in June.

    Both are known for creating absolutely outrageous atrocities poured upon their characters for maximum comic effect, and I have to say, it makes for a rather intriguing mix. McCrea also drew The Secret History Of The Authority: Jenny Sparks when Jon Layman was an editor – a run that actually cost Layman his job when he objected to the removal of Midnighter kissing Apollo on the cheek by DC corporate.

    The comic will uniquely have 55 variant covers, each one representing one of the original Topps Cards set, from creators including Sam Kieth, Ben Templesmith and Eric Powell, and a set of cards collecting the new images will also be released.

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    The Return Of Dave Elliott’s Monster Massacre | Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movies and TV News and Rumors

    Monster Massacre was an A1 Atomeka publication from Dave Elliott and Gary Leach in the nineties, featuring work from Simon Bisley, Dougie Braithwaite, Simon Furman, Dave Gibbons, James O’Barr, Kevin O’Neill, Peter Snejbjerg and more, followed by a Monster Massacre Special from Blackball with Kevin Eastman, Simon Bisley, James O’Barr, Kevin O’Neill and more, as well as Carnosaur Carnage with Dan Abnett, Brian Williamson, Nick Abadzis, Kevin Walker, Richard Dolan, Anthony Williams, John McCrea, Walt Simonson and more.

    It’s been a while since we’ve seen such a publication. But now, after his stints with Radical and now Image, and a new comic Odyssey on the way, it appears that Dave Elliott is to revive the Monster Massacre name for a new monster themed anthology.

    And that the creator list is almost full. Considering the pedigree of those involved with previous volumes, this should be one to look out for.

    Probably from Image Comics…
    Yes Please. Loved this title back in the day. Now if they could bring back Mr. Monster...

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