Locke & Key
In this issue: The Apocalypse is coming! Or at least that is what someone wishes was actually happening after reading this week’s trade paperback. Also, Zorro headed to the small screen, Black Beetle takes a crack at evil, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriquez give us hope, and Harbinger finds Charlene Dupre. [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp482.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Show Notes after the Jump!
Latino Review is reporting on Del Toro’s desire to do an Avengers-esque film with DC’s magic characters as the focus. The report also comes with rumors on Locke & Key’s future live action presence as well.
Press Release As Thornton Wilder once said, “All good things must come to an end, but all bad things can continue forever,” a quote that seems eerily appropriate for LOCKE & KEY. While at times frighteningly dark and brutally violent, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s Eisner-winning series has also sailed on winds of high fantasy and elaborate mystery, striking a mesmerizing balance and attracting a fervent and dedicated audience. While new issues may cease to appear before too long, the unique and vivid memories will live on in fans’ minds and shelves forever.
Fans of IDW Publishing’s Locke & Key have hopefully been snatching up the officially licensed keys made by Skelton Crew Studio. Those going to the San Diego Comic-Con are going to get a chance to grab an exclusive Omega Key.
Twenty-five years ago, the Keepers of the Keys attempted one last daring adventure. Even the best laid plans can go awry, and the result still haunts family members today. The final issue of Clockworks has arrived, and Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez don’t disappoint.
Fans of Locke & Key have one more ring to collect from Skelton Crew Studio. The Moon Key went live in the Skelton Crew Studio store over the weekend, and if you are one of the first 400 to buy one, you’ll get a card signed by Joe Hill, writer of the IDW series.
Press Release Cryptozoic Entertainment, developer and publisher of the World of Warcraft® Trading Card Game, is pleased to announce that the company has partnered with IDW Publishing to create an exciting new card game based on the Locke & Key comic series by award-winning author Joe Hill and artist Gabriel Rodriguez. Launching in 2012, Locke & Key: The Game will bring players inside this haunted world.
It’s a big stretch to take the small tidbits of information from the Deadline website and turn that into a full fledged claim that MTV is interested in producing the Locke & Key television series, but the Intardwebz is all hot over this, so why not go along with the crowd, offering our own information? According to the article, a DVD screener of the pilot was sent to MTV programming chief David Janollari, who apparently liked it. And who wouldn’t have you seen the trailer? It’s awesome! Other than the DVD screener that was sent from Fox to Janollari, there