Love can bring two people together from beyond great distances, even death! When the gun totting former American soldier, John Sargent, falls deeply in love with a gorgeous Chinese woman named Mei, all seemed right in the world. Except for the fact, that she is a Vampire. Will their love last? Or will it burst into flames at first light? Note: This comic doesn’t arrive in stores until March 30th , 2011 so SPOILERS AHEAD!
Rumors were bandied about last week that tweener heart-throb Zac Efron had landed the role as Jonny Quest.Â The rumor looks like it is face in reports showing up on the L.A. Times Hero Complex blog.Â The odd part is, it looks like Warner Bros. might drop the name Jonny Quest from the title of the film, for fearing it will be likend to Speed Racer. Here’s a tip H’Wood – it isn’t the name that put the negative conoation on the Speed Racer film, it was the lavish over the top stylized crapfest of a story the Wachowski brothers
I love the art style of Arcana Comics’ Clockwork Girl, and the story is very good too. Clockwork Girl tells the tale of a nameless robot girl who has recently been given the gift of life from her creator. While she explores the wonders of an ordinary world she meets an amazing mutant boy and they share a friendship that must overcome their warring families. Created by Sean Oâ€™Reilly and Kevin Hanna, the series was the first release from Arcanaâ€™s all ages division, Arcana Kids. Debuting in July 2007 the book received critical acclaim for its astounding artwork and timeless
We last saw Madame Xanadu in her brief appearance in DC’s Countdown, but coming in June, readers can learn more about her many adventures as Matt Wagner (Grendel and Mage) and Amy Reeder Hadley team up to bring Madame Xanadu to Vertigo Comics. MADAME XANADU is a gothic love story between the mysterious Madame Xanadu and the Phantom Stranger. Their fraught, unconventional affair first blossoms in the final days of Camelot and develops over centuries, in the court of Kublai Khan, on the ships of Marco Polo, in Londonâ€™s notorious Whitechapel district and on the streets of Greenwich Village. The
A love story with monsters In days of yore, people kept their windows and door locked at night for fear monsters would spirit their children away to make of them a mid-night snack. In the 1950s, monster flicks and horror movies gave teenagers a chance to neck in the car, while spooky spirits made mayhem on the screen. Today, the monster genre runs the gambit from graphic horror to zany comedy, but in all this time we havenâ€™t seen too many tales of monster romance. Or more specifically, a vampire and a werewolf trying to find a home for themselves