Press Release The ka-tet is assembling. Today, Marvel & Stephen King are proud to announce the next chapter in the bold epic Dark Tower series. Coming this September, Stephen King’s The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – The Lady of Shadows #1 continues the epic story through the eyes of one of the series fan-favorite characters. Perfect for new and old fans alike, the rich and vibrant world of the Dark Tower series comes alive like never before! New York Times Bestselling writers Peter David & Robin Furth alongside rising star artist Jonathan Marks bring the action from
Skottie Young provides the variant cover for Stephen King’s The Dark Tower: Drawing of the Three- The Prisoner #1
I think it may be the longest comic book title I have seen, and to entice you to buy the first issue of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower: Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner #1, Marvel has tapped Skottie Young to provide a variant cover.
Marvel has released a sneak peek of the upcoming The Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Tree – The Prisoner #1 that arrives in September.
Press Release Marvel, in collaboration with Stephen King, is proud to announce the new chapter in the Dark Tower series – DARK TOWER: THE DRAWING OF THE THREE – THE PRISONER. Beginning in September 2014, New York Times Best-Selling writers Peter David & Robin Furth along with critically acclaimed artist Piotr Kowalski bring the action from Mid-World to our world as the epic series returns!
In this issue: Zach and Rodrigo return! Del Toro wants to do a Justice League Dark movie? A look at American Vampire by Scott Snyder and Stephen King. [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp464.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Show Notes after the Jump!
Everyone likes to argue about their favorite car, and car company. But what if the car had a mind of its own? What if Herbie, the Love Bug, and Christine found themselves in a parking lot after dark?
Press Release IDW Publishing is proud to announce ROAD RAGE, a new partnership with best-selling authors Stephen King and Joe Hill, to produce a comic-book adaptation of their co-written adventure tale, Throttle. This monthly two-part series begins in February, and will be followed by two issues adapting the story that inspired Throttle, Richard Matheson’s classic tale of suspense, Duel, beginning in April.
Stephen King’s upcoming novel 11/22/63 has been optioned by Clinica Estetico to be turned into a motion picture. King’s book follows a time traveling English teacher who goes back in time to try and prevent the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Jonathan Demme is the power behind Clinica Estetico and he plans to write, direct and produce the adaptation. King’s book is scheduled to arrive in stores on November 08, 2011. via Variety
Press Release Author Stephen King, the best-selling master of horror who has terrified a generation with his nightmarish imagination, helps give voice to his own tale in a special edition of Bluewater Productions’ latest biography comic title “Orbit; Stephen King”. The comic book will will hit comic shops and online retailers on June 22nd. The 32-page comic retails for $3.99.
Press Release This June, acclaimed artist and Eisner Award nominee Michael Lark (Daredevil, Gotham Central) joins the superstar writing team of Peter David & Robin Furth for Dark Tower: The Gunslinger – The Battle Of Tull #1 (of 5). Lark joins the acclaimed team of Peter David, Robin Furth and Richard Isanove in the select group of creators entrusted by Stephen King himself to bring the adult adventures of his most personal creation to life in Dark Tower: The Gunslinger – The Battle Of Tull! Longtime fans and newcomers alike are sure to be amazed as Lark’s take on the
Press Release He found our collective bogeymen in the shape of clowns, dogs, haunted hotels and cars. Author Stephen King, the best-selling master of horror who has terrified a generation with his nightmarish imagination, helps give voice to his own tale in a special edition of Bluewater Productions’ latest biography comic title “Orbit.” According to Bluewater, King’s camp participated in recounting his incomparable career in a rare “behind-the scenes” glimpse into the author’s private world.