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BOOM! Studios has announced that Clive Barker is returning to his Hellraiser creation with a new ongoing series from the comic book company. Barker is joined by co-writer Christopher Monfette and artist Leonardo Manco on the series that begins in March 2011.
“Beyond being a legendary creator of all things macabre, Clive Barker is truly an amazing individual and I’m proud to be able to work with him on reviving one of his most celebrated creations with HELLRAISER,” said Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. “I’ve known Clive for years, but this is the first chance we’ve had to work together and I couldn’t be more excited. It’s been unbelievably gratifying to develop this series and witness the visceral, relentless, and shocking story that Clive has in store for a new generation of horror fans. Readers beware! Hell comes home this March!”
The first issue will be 40 pages in length with covers by Tim Bradstreet and Nick Percival, and a 1-in-50 variant by John Abrahamson signed by Clive Barker.
Here’s an interesting take on the comic book movie – the story in the comic book appears to be influencing the real world events of those trapped in a plane.Â Twilight Zone, Cthulhu, and many more CreepyEerieStrange bizarre events make this a must watch when it comes to cable movie.
From the pages of the blockbuster British horror movie of 2002, return to infected England as Selena guides a band of reporters into the heart of the disease. Can these seasoned war correspondents adapt to the reality of a plague torn England, or will they be the death of Selena?
In a memorable passage from Neil Gaiman’s Sandman, Morpheus remarked that a particular image inspired his creation of the nightmare known as the Corinthian.Â “A nightmare created to be the darkness, and the fear of darkness in every human heart. A black mirror, made to reflect everything about itself that humanity will not confront.”Â Whoever or whatever is behind this Black Lantern Corps, they obviously have similar intent in mind for the heroes of the DC Universe.Â So, how do you defeat a foe who wins a fight to the death regardless of who actually dies?
There are a lot of comics being released this week, and some of them might be more anticipated by readers than others.Â This week sees the beginning of Batman and Robin #1, the “end” of Ultimate Spider-man with issue #133, more superhero turned bad in Irredeemable #3, a gruesome tale from Image Comics in the form of Chew #1, and the antics of Atomic Robo taking on the horror from space.
What’s are you looking forward to?Â What one am I looking forward to this week?Â You’ll have to check out the next Major Spoilers Podcast (#101) to find out.Â And the answer might surprise you.
Zenescope Entertainment took a dark look at the Lewis Carroll “Alice in Wonderland” tale with its “Return to Wonderland” series.Â The Return to Wonderland Annual arrives May 6, 2009, and the company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek.
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€