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Review time! with Ares & Aphrodite
“Two young lovers with nothin’ better to do than sit around the house, get high, and watch the tube, and here’s what happened when they decided to cut loose” Jamie …
Review time! with Lady Killer #1
Jamie S. Rich, who’s a cool dude, asked me if I’d like an advance copy of Lady Killer #1, which he co-wrote with Joëlle Jones (according to Rich, she did …
What I bought – May 2014 selections
“The novel I would most like to read at this moment,” Ludmilla explains, “should have as its driving force only the desire to narrate, to pile stories upon stories, without …
Talking Comics with Tim | Jamie S. Rich
I look forward to a day when there’s no substantial imbalance between the number of successful male characters/creators and successful female characters/creators in comics. When I get a chance to talk …
Dark Horse Collects Mike Norton’s “Battlepug”
Official Press Release The epic tale of blood and drool begins here! Keeping the tradition of its creator-owned mentality, Dark Horse Comics is pleased to announce its newest venture with …
Mark Neveldine Wants Idris Elba, and His Gravitas, for Crank 3
Asserting that Crank 3 "is going to happen," co-director Mark Neveldine said he would love to have Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance actor Idris Elba in the film.
Blair Butler Slings “Fresh Ink” with “Heart”
G4 host Blair Butler moves from covering comics to writing them with November's "Heart" from Image Comics. CBR spoke with Butler about the four-issue series with art by Kevin Mellon.
Image Comics and G4TV’s Blair Butler Release “Heart” Mini in November
Official Press Release G4tv’s Blair Butler announced yesterday that she’s making her professional comics writing debut at Image Comics this November, with a four-issue miniseries called HEART. Featuring art by …
Nicolas Cage, Crank Directors In Talks For Ghost Rider Sequel
Actor Nicolas Cage and Crank directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor are in early negotiations for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, the follow-up to Columbia Pictures' 2007 comic-book adaptation. The studio has to move the film into production to keep the rights from reverting to Marvel.