Dreams are kind of like children in that they’re mysterious and difficult to understand. Yes, they are vital to our mental health, they say, but what happens if they are found to be more than just our imagination at work? This Indie comic explores that realm quite effectively, giving us a dark region to discover.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Deadpool is a hard R, Amazing Forest #1, Faith #1, Escape from Monster Island #1, and Red Thorn #3. Plus, the crazy dreams of Stephen, and we answer the question, “Who are our favorite female heroes?”
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My first thought when I heard Hâ€™wood had picked up The Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft to be turned into a motion picture even before the first issue had hit the stands was, â€œTheyâ€™re going to make a movie of this?â€Â Now, after finally getting my hands on the first is thought is, â€œTheyâ€™re going to make a movie of this!â€
Archibald the Aardvark is getting ready to chase the dragon.Â No, not that kind of dragon, the one that represented in the Chinese Zodiac.Â Image Comics’ Shadowline imprint is set to release Archibald Chases the Dragon the first week of January – even if 2009 is the year of the Ox. The one-shot is written by Dara Naraghi and illustrated by its creator Grant Bond.Â This is the third in a series of Archibald tales following Archibald Saves Christmas and Archibald Saves Easter. This time around a tip-off about a long thought solved murder brings Archibald to Little China, in
Simon & Schuster have acquired the world rights to Amelia Rules. Centered around the happenings of ten-year-old spitfire Amelia Louise McBride, the Amelia Rules! series captures the true essence of being an adolescent girl in America today, as Amelia adjusts to life in â€œsmall town Americaâ€ after her parentâ€™s divorce as she is forced to leave NYC. â€œJimmy is a true creative genius, and AMELIA RULES! has that rare combination of mass appeal and literary substance that every publisher dreams about. We are thrilled for Jimmy to be joining the S&S list, as we work to expand our list with
Is this Scott Pilgrim? According to the Hollywood Reporter, Michael Cera is in final negotiations to play the lead in Scott Pilgrim’s Little Life based on Bryan Lee O’Malley. “Life” tells the story of a young slacker (Cera) who meets the woman of his dreams but finds that he can only win her heart by battling and defeating her seven evil ex-boyfriends. I think Cera would be a great Scott Pilgrim, and once all the roles are cast, Universal will begin production – probably in the fall. via Hollywood Reporter
We’ve already mentioned the Legion of Super Heroes is ending at Kids’ WB! and The CW, and this weekend you can catch the final LoSH stand-alone episode. Take the jump for show synopsis, a few lush images (including your first look at Dream Girl), and something to look forward too.
How often is your spouse, significant other, or mother telling you to put down those comics and get some culture by seeing a play or musical. Well here is your chance boys and girls. If you missed last year’s Too Much Coffee Man opera – and there is a good chance you did as it was completely sold out – then you have a chance to see the sequel Too Much Coffee Man Opera: The Refill.