If you are crafting the perfect room for your RPG sessions, and you are going the way of medieval fantasy, then you might want to stuff and mount a dragon’s head on the wall. Problem is, the number of dragons running around has dwindled in the last thousand years. On the plus side, WizKids has a fantastic dragon head replica to mount on your trophy wall.
Archie Comics writer and artist Bill Galvan is out and about Provo, Utah on Saturday (March 14, 2009)Â and you can meet him at the Dragons Keep Customer Appreciation Day & Creator Signing. Dragon’s Keep 260 North University Avenue Provo, Utah 84601 (801) 373-3482 http://www.dragonskeep.com Bill will be at the event from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM. via Archie Comics
No strangers to writing sci-fi, Alfred Gough and Miles Millar have been announced as the writers adapting Robotech for the big screen. A sprawling sci-fi epic, “Robotech” takes place at a time when Earth has developed giant robots from the technology on an alien spacecraft that crashed on a South Pacific isle. Mankind is forced to use the technology to fend off an alien invasion, with the fate of the human race ending up in the hands of two young pilots. Gough and Millar are probably familiar to Smallville fans where they spent time as the show runners for the
It was a tough battle at the box office this weekend as The Dark Knight went toe to toe with Brendon Fraser’s The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.Â While the Jet Li flick was able to bring in $42.5 millon for the weekend, Dark Knight barely edged out the fight with an estimated $43.8 million. Batman’s win brings the grand total to $394.9 million. via THR
Hot on the heels of IDW’s Angel: After the Fall, the company has announced a new mini-series following the Buffy-verse’s other favorite vampire, Spike. Spike: After the Fall is a four-part series beginning next month, and it tells the tale of what happened in the intervening months since that alleyway cataclsym. Along for the ride in this series are Illyria, who has a tendency to revert back to Fred at inopportune times, as well as Angelâ€™s Dragon, and a new cast of characters as well. Most importantly, the series introduces a character who will come to be see as Spikeâ€™s
Diamond Comic Distributors has sent Major Spoilers its data set containing information and ranking data for the top 50 manga titles that shipped in April 2008. If you are a manga lover, take the jump and see where your titles fell during the month.
The Hollywood Reporter has a short bit on Alias comics “Deal With the Devil” being picked up by Lionsgate to be turned into a film. the story centers on a Chicago detective who is forced to take on an unlikely new partner: the original serial killer. Sounds like a great concept, if not somewhat reminiscent of Red Dragon and Silence of the Lambs. Kyle Ward has been hired to adapt the graphic novel for film. via THR.com