Garth Ennisâ€™ Battlefields is not your typical comic book series.Â Itâ€™s not a glorification of war or violence, and it certainly isnâ€™t meant to depict that time period as the Good Olâ€™ Days.Â Instead, Battlefields: Dear Billy #3 demonstrates the impact war has on the individual and how they deal with it.
Michael George, the comic book retailer and convention organizer, got a reprieve on Friday when Macomb County judge James Biernat set aside his murder conviction. â€œIâ€™m convinced it will be a miscarriage of justice to allow the verdict to stand,â€ Biernat said from the bench at the start of a 45-minute statement, adding that each of his reasons on its own â€œis enough for a new trial.â€ The ruling drew elation from George and his supporters, and disdain and anger from Barbara Georgeâ€™s family and other supporters. The new trial is set to begin on December 2, 2008. If you
While I’m sure there are a number of crackpots out there that already think the Angel of Death is on the web, the Ed Brubaker version is coming to the web as an original live-action series in 2009, that you’ll be able to see on Sony Picture Entertainment’s Crackle website. The web series stars actress/stuntwoman Zoe Bell, whom most of you remember from the Grindhouse feature Death Proof. Angel of Death depicts a remorseless assassin (Bell) in the employ of a ruthless crime family. After suffering a severe head wound, she becomes so haunted by her victims that she decides