What would happen if the Marvel Zombies faced off (see what I did there) against Ash from Army of Darkness? This fan film answers that question in a smash ‘em bash ‘em flick.
The Army of Darkness has been running at Dynamite for quite a long time so it’s time for a reboot. Along comes Ash and The Army of Darkness, a sequel to the wonderful cult horror film. Does the first issue give me some sugar or a boomstick blast to the head? Read on and find out.
Dynamite Entertainment has brought together two of horror’s classic characters: Ash, from the Evil Dead franchise, and Herbert West, the infamous doctor from H.P. Lovecraft’s Re-Animator tale and movie of the same name. Actually, this is the second time they’ve been brought together but I guess the first didn’t count. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Ash and the Army of Darkness #1, that you can check out, after the jump.
Or – “These Days, This Isn’t My Usual Ashley Williams…”
Mashups and crossovers are the order of the day in comics anymore, but seldom does an inter-property crossover make more sense than in this case. Will two sardonic monster hunters with a flair for the old ultra-violence get along? And, more importantly, how long before Ash hits on Cassie Hack? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Dynamite is proud to announce that their flagship comic book title, Army of Darkness, will receive a complete overhaul and a new ongoing series as imagined by Steve Niles, acclaimed author of 30 Days of Night and Batman: Gotham County Line. A horror/action series with dark comedic overtones, the newly-titled Ash and the Army of Darkness continues the time-traveling, demon-fighting adventures of Ash Williams, the smart-mouthed hero of the 1992 cult-favorite film of the same name.
Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce that Cassie, the star of Tim Seeley’s most famous creation, Hack/Slash, will be crossing-over with Ash from the Army of Darkness, in a new series written by Hack/Slash creator Tim Seeley! Featuring covers by Tim Seeley himself, his Hack/Slash co-creator Stefano Casello, the acclaimed Ben Templesmith, and a special cover by Chris Eliopolis, Army of Darkness Vs. Hack/Slash #1 is not to be missed when it arrives in-stores and digitally this July 2013!
There are days when you’re the windshield, and days where you’re a dragonfly on a hi-speed rendezvous with a squeegee, and recently it feels like I’ve been having a few more of the latter than the former. With a new schedule, an old family, and the beginnings of third grade (this time, I hope to master fractions) this week has been somewhat exhausting, leaving me barely coherent but still able to sing remarkably like the guy from Coldplay. But, as a wise man once said,’When life gives you lemons, invent a cliche.‘ Or maybe it was ‘Get a receipt?’ Either way, you have to admit, Ash Williams is pretty awesome.
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) would like to remind you that this is it’s boom-stick, asking: What’s YOUR very favorite Bruce Campbell performance?
Last week, Bruce Campbell took the belt in the B-Movie actor fight, and this week we want to see if he (as Ashley J. Wiliams) can defeat the captain of the Enterprise. Will it be the chainsaw wielding, time-traveling, zombie killer, or will it be the space-faring, time-traveling, lady killer who comes out on top of an all out brawl to end it all?
Dynamite Entertainment has released a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump fro Danger Girl and the Army of Darkness #4, Warlord of Mars #13, Red Sonja #60, Kirby: Genesis – Silver Star #2, Warehouse 13 #3, Zorro Rides Again #6, and more.
Head over to eBay, and you’ll find a slew of knock-off costumes from any movie or franchise made by fans. While these work during the Halloween season, if you really want to impress your friends, you want to escort them secret room off the hallway to your inner sanctum, where you can show off the actual costumes worn in your favorite movies. The Superman costume worn by Christopher Reeve, the bat suit worn by Michael Keaton, and up on the auction block right now, the costume worn by Bruce Campbell in The Army of Darkness.
Written by Elliot Serrano and drawn by Marat Mychaels, with covers by Tim Seeley and Marat Mychaels, Army of Darkness returns to comics with a new #1 next February 2012! In issue #1, A new chapter in the Army of Darkness saga begins! As the evil of the Necronomicon spreads across the cosmos, a new ally in the war against the Deadites emerges. Who is the woman named “Ash” and what relation does she have to “The Chosen One” Ashley J. Williams? And who is the alien Deadite creature who follows her across time and space? The answers lie deep within the pyramids of ancient Egypt…in a parallel universe! The adventures of everyone’s favorite chainsaw swinging, boom-stick wielding hero continue! Be sure to get Army of Darkness in February, 2012!