Preview: Dark Horse Free Comic Book Day 2011 - Headlines - Broken Frontier
Free Comic Book Day is May 7th.
Dark Horse has a couple books that look like they'd be worth snagging copies of.
It's part of a set...
AICN debuts Mondo's Hellboy poster, the newest in their Guillermo del Toro Director's Series!
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pretty sure there is a Blade 2 poster as well.
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D.J. Caruso Closes Deal to Direct Preacher - ShockTillYouDrop.com
potential good sign...
D.J. Caruso, the man who gave us Disturbia and I Am Number Four, confirmed via his Twitter account:
"My deal just closed on Preacher. Going back to the dark side and pretty ******ing pumped!"
Check out Salton Sea...he could do a good job if they do not gut the property.
John August to Pen Re-Write of THE STRANGE ADVENTURES OF H.P. LOVECRAFT for Ron Howard?
Here’s the synopsis of The Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft from the comic’s official website:
Toiling away as a timid and eccentric writer of pulp horror stories, H.P. Lovecraft, is powerless in the world… in love with a girl who doesn’t love him back, mired in a profession that inspires no respect and frozen in the grip of a terrible writer’s block. Until one day when everything changes. Lovecraft comes in contact with an ancient book that passes onto him an insidious curse: whenever he sleeps, his darkest nightmares come true and are loosed on the world. Suddenly, this shy and bumbling writer becomes both an unwitting god of destruction and the only man who can ﬁght the wickedness he unleashes. It’s a fantastical revision of the life and work of H.P. Lovecraft, a story in the mold of the classic Universal horror movies. A weird tale indeed.
Milestone Creator Dwayne McDuffie has Died - Comic Book Resources
Holy crap, this comes out of nowhere. RIP.In recent years, McDuffie pursued dual tracks in animation and comics writing. He served as story editor for the popular "Justice League Unlimited" animated series and wrote a number of DC's recent direct-to-DVD animated films. McDuffie had notable runs on comic series "Fantastic Four" and "Justice League of America," often incorporating Black characters into the core of the fabled franchises.