Months after it was released state-side, Lincoln is finally released on this side of the Atlantic. How does Spielberg’s vision of Honest Abe hold up against previous screen incarnations, such as his excellent adventure with Bill & Ted, or when he hunted vampires? (Spoilers: there are no vampires, thankfully)
The official trailer for Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln has arrived, and Daniel Day-Lewis may be looking at another OSCAR nom for this one.
The Stand: Captain Trips is over, and it’s time for the survivors begin to adapt to the changes in the world. Marvel is ready to kick off the second chapter of the series with The Stand: American Nightmares #1, that arrives March 11, 2009.
The superstar creative team of Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Mike Perkins and Laura Martin, who brought you one of the most critically acclaimed series of last year, The Stand: Captain Trips, reunites to deliver a shocking tale of despair and destruction unlike any other before! The few, brave survivors must adapt to a reality they never thought possible. This new chapter of the beloved Stephen King novel begins with a cover by Mike Perkins, a stylish variant cover by the red-hot Lee Bermejo, a Lincoln Tunnel variant by superstar David Finch, and a can’t-miss sketch variant cover by Perkins!
The Stand: American Nightmares #1 has a cover price of $3.99.
The CW and The Kids’ WB! have sent another batch of photos from this weekend’s The Spectacular Spider-Man featuring everyone’s favorite Green Goblin.
“Being nominated for one Glyph Award is an honor. Being nominated for two is an absolute blessing. I am so pleased to be recognized amongst so many comics greats. Writing is my passion, and it makes even more fruitful when others enjoy my work, so thank you,” said James L. White, writer of Hunter’s Moon.
About Hunter’s Moon
Stockbroker Lincoln “Linc” Greer, divorced dad, is looking forward to a hot date in a remote cabin for the weekend. When his date cancels and he gets stuck with visitation rights with his son, he takes the boy hunting in the wilds of Oregon. Before he knows it, his son is kidnapped and a voice at the other end of his cell phone tells him to do what he asks – if he ever wants to see his son again! Linc soon finds that he’s the only African-American man in this small mostly white logging community. Isolated and alone, he’s got to face a contentious community and save his son!