Press Release IDW Publishing is daring fans to switch to a vampire franchise with some teeth! This year at San Diego Comic-Con, in an unprecedented promotion, fans can turn in any copy of a Twilight book or graphic novel at the IDW booth #2643 for a free copy of a 30 DAYS OF NIGHT graphic novel! IDW is vowing to help vampire fans get back on track with the undead the way they were always meant to be: bloody and terrifying.
Being a pretty lady can have it’s draw backs – cat calls, being hit on, and other unwanted advances, all in the effort to get into your pants. Luckily for Vampirella, she has no pants to get into. But then comes all sorts of other problems; Ancient Gods, Vampire fighting religious zealots, and college age nerds looking for a good time. Can our buxom, fanged, beauty come out on top? Take the jump faithful Spoilerite, and find out.
Press Release The wait is over, “Blood Light” is back and better then before with longer episodes, the same comedic creativity, and a few new faces that will keep us all on the edge of our seats waiting to see what’s to come. After launching the first 5-episodes in September of 2010, “Blood Light” has gained great momentum and a loyal fan base in the short time it has been running.
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 and cinematic Hong Kong, UNDYING LOVE presents a simple concept: hardened American ex-soldier, John Sargent, has fallen in love with a beautiful Chinese woman named Mei. The only thing keeping these star-crossed lovers apart? Mei is a vampire.
Press Release IDW Publishing is pleased to announce the return of its preeminent horror series, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT. Originally created by Steve Niles and Ben Templesmith, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT has spawned two feature films and countless nightmares since it first launched in 2002. Now, award-winning horror writer Joe R. Lansdale and legendary artist Sam Kieth (Sandman) take the helm with an all-new series 30 DAYS OF NIGHT: NIGHT, AGAIN.
When it comes to running an idea into the ground, the monster genre crossing over with the superhero universe seems to be played out. Yet the publishers continue to crank out content. This week, we’re picking on Marvel and their attempts to make the two genres cross with each other in a big big way. VOTE!
Marvel’s vampire variants continue next month and David Yardin is getting in on the action with the variant cover for Fantastic Four #584. The $3.99 issue arrives October 27, 2010. via Marvel
Fright Night is one of those movies that you had to be a young teenager to really love and appreciate. The tale of a teen and an old vampire hunter teaming is a perfect ’80s movie pitch, so when it was announced Fright Night was getting a remake, my ears did perk up a bit. Throw in former Doctor Who David Tennant, and you have my full attention. The first image of Tennant as Peter Vincent has surfaced, and well… you’ll need to check it out for yourself.
SLG Publishing has announced that Pinocchio, the Vampire Slayer is headed back to comic book stores with a new graphic novel titled “Pinocchio: The Great Puppet Theater”. Now with an undead Master Cherry and the addition of his long lost marionette family in tow, Pinocchio might just be closer to getting his greatest wish granted than he ever thought possible. But, WHICH wish? And will Pinocchio’s life ever be the same afterwards? “Collodi’s story is so rich that, if we wanted, we could fill dozens of books up with adventures spinning from his world,” says writer Van Jensen. “The challenge