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.
DC Comics has announced the contributing artists on Gotham Gazette: Batman Dead? #1 will be Fabian Nicieza, Dustin Nguyen, Gulliem March, Chris Cross, Jamie MacElvie, Alex Konat and Mark McKenna. In this pivotal one-shot, Batman is gone, and Gotham City continues to fall apart. But a few extraordinary “ordinary” people try to mend the city’s wounds, looking into a dark night for answers. A cop looking to save Gotham from its own madness. A reporter looking to reclaim her career by revealing that it’s no coincidence the city’s top billionaire and its urban legend are missing at the same time.
Boom! Studios has let Major Spoilers know that its time to rumble as the old gods and man get ready for the Apocalypse. “FALL OF CTHLHU: APOCALYPSE is what we’ve all been waiting for,” said FALL OF CTHULTHU series writer Michael Alan Nelson.Â “This is the final showdown between ALL of our characters, great, small, and unseen.Â If you’ve been itching for some full-on divine smackdowns coupled with violent descents into irreparable madness, then you won’t want to miss APOCALYPSE.” The first issue arrives in November. via Boom! Studios
While there may be talk about a third Hellboy movie, you either won’t see Guillermo del Toro directing, or you’ll be waiting for the third film for quite a while.Â Variety is reporting del Toro is probably booked through 2017 with a plethora of projects. What projects you ask?Â Check out the list of potential projects: The Hobbit Slaughterhouse-Five Frankenstein Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Drood At the Mountains of Madness Hater Crimson Peak Meanwhile, del Toro is awaiting word on whether U will embrace a follow-up to “Hellboy 2: The Golden Army.” The big-budget film opened in the heat