Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty get back in the panels with an all-new Rick and Morty™ Presents quarterly series of one-shot comics
I like the second to last sentence in this quote from the IGN interview with grant morrison.Â It sounds like he’s finally figured out what fans want in their Batman stories. IGN Comics: It sounds like that goes back to what you were trying to do with Final Crisis, where you cut out all the quieter moments and just got down to “the drums and the bass”, as you called it â€“ the meat of the story. Morrison: Yeah. I went to see Crank: High Voltage when we were in Los Angeles. I had just watched that, and I thought
In stores today March 18th, from Zenescope Entertainment is the first issue of Stingers.Â The company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek, that you can see after the jump. They needed a new planet in order to surviveâ€¦ They just found us.
Directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor have bowed out as the directors of DC Comics/Warner Bros. movie Jonah Hex.Â The only reason given to the trades was creative differences.Â Still attached to play the title character is Goonies star Josh Brolin (I hear he’s done some other stuff, too).Â Â The studio is scrambling to find a new director (pick me, pick me). Neveldine and Taylor were the minds behind the most awesome kick-ass high octane movie Crank.Â Imagine if the directing duo would have stuck with the Hex and brought that same energy the film. via Variety