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The Grey’s Joe Carnahan Embraces Undying Love
Joe Carnahan, who bounced from Fox's aborted Daredevil movie to an adaptation of Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's Nemesis, is striking a deal to write and direct a Warner Bros. movie based on the Image Comics miniseries Undying Love.
Hills Have Eyes Director Circles Comic Adaptation Undying Love
Alexandre Aja is negotiating to direct Undying Love, Warner Bros.' adaptation of the vampire-action comic by Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman.
Coker and Freedman peel back the curtain on Undying Love
Reading a great comic is like enjoying a great meal, but at the end of both sometimes you want to know more about how it was made to get a …
Cowboys & Aliens, Captain America, Undying Love: July 7th Comic Reel
"Cowboys & Aliens" director interviews Steven Spielberg! Kevin Feige talks "Captain America!" Warner Bros believes in "Undying Love." Also, new Tintin photo, S.H.I.E.L.D. at Comic-Con, and more.
WB Falls For Undying Love
The studio has acquired the rights to the Image Comics action-horror miniseries by Tomm Coker and Daniel Friedman that's described as "equal parts vampire mythology and Chinese folklore."
WC11: The Next Great Era of Image Comics
Joe Casey, Nate Simpson, Ben McCool and more locked arms to discuss the recent wave of launches at Image, "Twilight," video games, KGB sleeper cells and more at WonderCon in San Francisco.
Freedman & Coker Get Romantic with “Undying Love”
Co-creators Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman merge western vampires with Chinese mythology in "Undying Love," a new horror/romance series debuting soon from Image Comics.
Image Comics’ “Undying Love” Asks, Is Love Stronger Than Death?
Official Press Release Image Comics is proud to present UNDYING LOVE, an all-new eight-issue miniseries from the creative collaboration of Tomm Coker and Daniel Freedman. Set in an expertly mood-evoking …
NYCC: The Image Comics Show
Image took the stage at New York Comic Con to discuss their plans for the future, including new miniseries such as Nathan Edmondson's "Who Is Jake Ellis?" and Nick Spencer's "The Infinite Vacation."