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Image ComicsMoviesSpawnTodd McFarlane

Fans of the first Spawn movie, or the original comic book, or just a fan of Todd McFarlane, will get a kick out of the news that McFarlane has started worked on the screenplay for a new Spawn movie. “The story has been in my head for 7 or 8 years,” McFarlane said. “The movie idea is neither a recap or continuation. It is a standalone story that will be R-rated. Creepy and scary.” According to SuperHero Hype, the McFarlane is targeting older audiences for this film. via SuperHero Hype

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graphic novelSLG Publishing

SLG Publishing has announced its upcoming Pinocchio, Vampire Slayer graphic novel will hit store shelves in September. Drawing inspiration from the original story by Carlo Collodi, in which Pinocchio remains a wooden puppet at the end, Van Jensen and Dusty Higgins imagined a dark continuation to Pinocchio’s story. Vampires overrun the peaceful town of Nasolungo, and the only one who is willing to fight them (and even believe that they exist) is Pinocchio, who has discovered that his growing nose comes in handy for impaling the undead. While avenging the death of his slain father, Pinocchio discovers the vampires have

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AlternaPress Release

Press Release A few days after the Small Press and Alternative Comics Expo (S.P.A.C.E.), Michael S. Bracco (BIRTH, NOVO) and H.C. Noel (MR. SCOOTLES) are both still reeling from the creator-friendly show. Bracco, who received a finalist award for his graphic novel BIRTH, had this to say about his 2nd time at the show, “SPACE is a great show to do.  I love the vibe of the show, the true sense of a comic community and being among collegues of such a high caliber.”  A handful of select creators managed to qualify as a finalist for the S.P.A.C.E. prize (which

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Grimm Fairy TalesReviewZenescope Entertainment

Let’s see that again from the other angle If you haven’t figured it out by now, I’m a sucker for good girl art, and Zenescope has got to be the company with the most curvaceous lovelies in its titles. Grimm Fairy Tales features those ladies, but for some reason, by the end of the most current issue, those girls who think they are better than us normal people always meet their grizzled end.  In the case of issue #36, the pretty girl gets killed… again.

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