Stephen and Matthew sit down to review Limbo #1 from Image Comics. Is it the neon noir detective thriller you’ve been waiting all your life for, or is it just a rehash of Videodrome? Prepare to have your mind scrambled in this week’s Dueling Review podcast episode!
From UK creative team writer Dan Watters and artist Caspar Wijngaard comes LIMBO, an all-new, genre-bending fantasy series set to launch from Image Comics this November.
The first installment of the X-Infernus mini-series sold out at the distributor level (copies may still be available at your local comic shop), prompting Marvel to offer up a second printing of the first issue with a variant cover by Giuseppe Camuncoli. Take the jump for the rundown and a look at that eye-popping, and potential spoilery cover.
Even with Dark Reign approaching, Marvel has a few more events up its sleeve – like the X-Infernus event for the X-Men.Â In order to get readers prepped for the event, Marvel is putting the X-Infernus Saga on the Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited website. When X-Infernus #1 hits on December 03, 2008, it not only gets a tale written by C.B. Cebulski, but covers by Oliver Coipel and a variant by J. Scott Campbell.Â Take the jump for a description of the series, and the two covers for the first issue.
Two years ago, Fanboys wrapped production, but has yet to see the light of day. Now, thanks to protesting fanboys the film will get a DVD release. “Fanboys,” about four diehard “Star Wars” fans who break into George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch in order to see “The Phantom Menace” on the eve of its release, wrapped production two years ago and has been stuck in limbo as a tug-of-war between Harvey Weinstein and the filmmakers waged over competing versions of the movie. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Weinstein’s company will release two versions of the DVD; one that features the “cancer