Twilight fans are nothing compared to the throngs of people who flock to every panel appearance by B-movie actor Bruce Campbell.Â He’s there again getting the crowds to eat out of his hands, and on the Burn Notice panel, a bit of news was dropped that may have fans flocking to the DVD section of their local store. According to network insiders, USA is talking with Fox, which makes the series, about producing a straight-to-DVD prequel that would cover Axe’s adventures before his attempts to help his best friend, blacklisted spy Michael Westen. The panelists also said they have been
With the big Archie/Veronica wedding on the way, and a new CEO in place, there are sure to be more than a few people who are interested in what’s going at Archie Comics.Â The company sent information about the Archie Comics Panel being held at the San Diego Comic Con.
vs. The Horror From Beyond, or â€œoh no he didnâ€™tâ€… After reviewing the most awful Superman & Batman vs. Vampires & Werewolves #1, I said I would probably not review issue two.Â When I wrote that, little did I remember that I had already pre-ordered the second and third issues.Â And since Iâ€™m pressed for time, I took a gander at the issue and found it not as bad as the last.
He’s the man god we all love, the man with the chin that can kill, the man who’s been in more flicks than you can shake a stick at, the B-movie actor of all B-movie actors – BRUCE CAMPBELL. This week, we can’t help ourselves.
For the last two years, Iâ€™ve heard the rumors and have seen the still images from Bruce Campbellâ€™s feature film My Name is Bruce.Â And while it looks like the movie is finally going to make it to the indie movie circuit, there are still a lot of questions that fans are asking about the film.Â Some of those questions are answered in Dark Horse Comicsâ€™ release of the My Name is Bruce one-shot from a couple of weeks ago.
Bluewater Productions has announced it is teaming with B-movie director Roger Corman to bring some of Corman’s works to comic book form under the title Roger Corman Presents.Â Expect to see Death Stalker, The Barbarian Queen, Humanoids From The Deep, and Black Scorpion. “Roger Corman’s body of work is so visual and visceral,” said Bluewater’s president Darren G. Davis. “What will make these titles stand out is that Mr. Corman will be personally involved in their development,” Davis said. This is not just another licensing gimmick, butÂ an outlet to rediscover his creative genius and a chance for readers to
A love story with monsters In days of yore, people kept their windows and door locked at night for fear monsters would spirit their children away to make of them a mid-night snack. In the 1950s, monster flicks and horror movies gave teenagers a chance to neck in the car, while spooky spirits made mayhem on the screen. Today, the monster genre runs the gambit from graphic horror to zany comedy, but in all this time we havenâ€™t seen too many tales of monster romance. Or more specifically, a vampire and a werewolf trying to find a home for themselves