It’s been two years since the last Lenore comic book landed on store shelves.Â Titan Books is planning to fix that with The Macabre Malevolence of Mortimer Fledge. Featuring the continuing adventures of Lenore and her sick and twisted menagerie of friends, including Ragamuffin and the usual assortment of limbless cannibals, clock monsters, cursed vampire dolls, demented taxidermists and obsessed undead boyfriends that seem to follow her wherever she goes. Lenore: The Macabre Malevolence of Mortimer Fledge arrive in August for $3.99. via Titan Books
Lucasfilm has announced the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Clone Wars complete first season DVD, and has promised it will be filled with extras that give viewers a chance to see how the show is put together from beginning to end. â€œIâ€™m a longtime Star Wars fan, and the sameâ€™s true for a lot of the guys working on the show,â€ said supervising director Dave Filoni. â€œAnd as a fan, I know that Lucasfilm can be pretty secretive. Theyâ€™re famous for it. But weâ€™re all so proud of the work thatâ€™s gone into The Clone Wars, and we wanted
PadmÃ© Amidala and C-3PO make a memorable entrance in their STAR WARS: THE CLONES series debuts in â€œDestroy Malevolence,â€ an all-new animated episode premiering at 9 p.m. ET/PT Friday, Oct. 17, on Cartoon Network. In the episode – the final act of a three-episode arc – PadmÃ© and C-3PO are taken hostage by General Grievous, leaving Anakin and Obi-Wan to save the Senator and complete the destruction of the Malevolence. However, Catherine Taber (American Werewolf in Paris, â€œCrank Yankersâ€) feels that PadmÃ© is anything but a conventional damsel in distress.
Writer Steve Melching adores the thrill of a space battle and the majesty of a lightsaber duel, but he knows that behind the best Star Wars tales are stories that resonate with great moments and amazing characters. The Emmy Award-nominated writer of such animated favorites as The Batman and X-Men has penned eight episodes of STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, was credited as one of the writers of the animated film of the same name, and has written more than 4,000 lines of dialogue for the â€œStar Wars: The Clone Wars Lightsaber Duelsâ€ game for the Wii, which will be
STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS puts a new shine on a very recognizable part of Star Wars lore as the Y-wing bombers make their debut in â€œShadow of Malevolence,â€ an all-new episode of the hit animated series premiering at 9 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10, on Cartoon Network.
If you missed the premiere of the Cartoon Network’s Star Wars: The Clone Wars last Friday, don’t worry, you can purchase each and every episode at the iTunes Store.Â Debuting on the popular music, video, and application service the day after new episodes air, fans can download individual episodes for $1.99, or get a season pass for $39.99 for all 22 half-hour episodes. Starting with â€œRising Malevolence,â€ the seriesâ€™ second episode, StarWars.com will offer a regular podcast â€“ one that combines news and information with the creativity of Lucasfilm. It will be available both at StarWars.com and at iTunes.Â At
While the movie came and went, the television series on the Cartoon Network fleshes out the story even more, filling the void left by the end of the last Star Wars movie.Â Lucas Film has sent Major Spoilers a rundown of the back to back premiere episodes and a discussion with Dave Filoni, the series supervising director.