Take one part bloodsucker, one part magician, one part ruthless huntress, and throw in a little bondage. What do you get? An all-out battle where arrows fly, teeth gnash, and magic spells clash. Who will survive? Find out in “50 Shades of the Twilight Games,” the new graphic novel parody from Bluewater Productions.
As Universal Pictures and Focus Features move closer to bringing E L James’ Fifty Shades of Grey to the big screen, they first need to adapt it for film The studios have hired Kelly Marcel to complete the task.
I’ve always had a complicated relationship with the My Little Pony franchise. I always really liked them aesthetically and spent a good deal of time trying to convince my sister to let me play with the ones she had. The ponies often became mounts for He-Man and Nien Nub, and my sister was OK with it as long as I was willing to let her play with Teela every once in a while.
But when it came to the animated shows I usually found them saccharine, trite and even disingenuous. Which was sad because I always liked the toy design. I wanted to like the show, but I just couldn’t.
We haven’t covered the Snow White movies on the site that much, because A) casting was still up in the air, and B) there are actually a couple Snow White movies in the works. At the San Diego Comic Con, Snow White and the Huntsman got their own panel to promote Kristen Stewart as Snow White, Chris Hemsworth as The Huntsman, and Charlieze Theron as The Queen.
That’s a lot of big names for this movie from Universal Pictures.
The Howling is one of the more intense werewolf movies from the ’80s, and with the Twilight crazies still going crazy, it makes perfect sense to bring The Howling back as The Howling: Reborn, and turn it all Twilighty… but with less sparkly vampires, which is a plus.
IDW Publishing is daring fans to switch to a vampire franchise with some teeth! This year at San Diego Comic-Con, in an unprecedented promotion, fans can turn in any copy of a Twilight book or graphic novel at the IDW booth #2643 for a free copy of a 30 DAYS OF NIGHT graphic novel! IDW is vowing to help vampire fans get back on track with the undead the way they were always meant to be: bloody and terrifying.
We know there are a ton of Major Spoilerites who are dancing with anticipation over the next Twilight movie. Summit Entertainment knows you want a taste of what is to come, and has released the first teaser poster for the November 18, 2011 film.
Archie Comics—publisher of last month’s fang-tastic “Twilight” parody—is giving Twilight and Archie fans alike another edition to sink their teeth into with “Twilite: Part 2 of 2”! In comic shops on September 9th, ARCHIE & FRIENDS #147 continues the thrilling tale of Ivan, Jared and the mortal teens who love them!
For almost two decades the Schmuck has been the undisputed king of comedy. There’s just something about a guy (or girl, a Shmuckette, if you will) who doesn’t have it together that just makes people laugh and laugh. Or at least it did. Now it seems the winds of comedy are a-changin’ and it doesn’t look good for the schmuck.
The 80s gave us kids who didn’t fit in until something extremely strange happened to them to make them cool and fun. The 2000s gave us kids who didn’t fit in until something extremely strange happened to them to make them cool… and angsty.
Entering into the ring this week is one Scott Howard, awkward teen until the light of the silvery moon unleashes his genetic code turning him into TEEN WOLF. Also entering the ring is one Jacob Black, who… uh… crappit, never seen the movies, have no interest in it but he is TWILIGHT WOLF!
Bluewater Productions announced it has completed its series of Twilight biographies concluding with Taylor Lautner.
“The Twilight series has become a pop culture phenomenon,” said Darren Davis, president and founder of Bluewater Productions. “It’s transformed previously unknown actors into superstars. It seems that the same thing is happening with Taylor Lautner. We at Bluewater are happy to bring Taylor’s story to his fans, and hope that his comic helps introduce these readers to the joys of graphic storytelling.”
The issue is written by Kimberly Sherman, with art by Warren Martineck. The $3.99 issue arrives in August.
ROBOT OVERLORD: Nothing creeps out robots like those freakinâ€™ vampires. Only the Robots should live forever and be allowed to suck dry the joy that is human life… Thatâ€™s probably why I, Your Robot Overlord, probably enjoy Buffy the Vampire Slayer so much.Â Â Â I have been made aware that many humans also enjoy the Joss Whedon approved series, so Iâ€™ve been kind to Matthew and Stephen this week, and asked them to spill the beans.Â Iâ€™ve even allowed them to skip a day so they could prepare for the awesome sauce that is Buffy.