If you’ve read The Strain, the vampire novel from Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, in book or comic book form, you know the story is pretty intense. Maybe too intense for regular television, which is why FX is interested in the story for a cable television series.
As cheesy as it sounds, the premise and visuals behind Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter looks fantastic. A brand new trailer – one that is full of blood – has arrived, and a stove pipe hat wearing, vampire hunting, president hits all the right notes for me.
The 407 age of comics begins here with a horrifying tale of unsuspecting movie goers caught in the middle of a fang on fang battle royale where only the fiercest blood-sucker makes it out alive – enter the cold-blooded saga of THE NIGHT PROJECTIONIST!
If you don’t like your vampires sparkly, but you still like them in high school, then check out the just released trailer for The Moth Diaries, that puts the blood suckers at an all girl boarding school.
How many different kind of vampires are there? Dracula lurked in the shadows and had mastery over the beasts of the night, sparkly vampires flock to the Pacific Northwest to be all emo and seduce the unsuspecting, and then there are the vampyres of House of Night. They do drink blood, but except for some magical vampyre powers, they are pretty much like you and me. Or something like that…
IDW Publishing has announced that the popular 30 Days of Night series by Steve Niles is now an ongoing series from the publisher.
The vampire comic In the Dust is getting a big screen adaptation according to The Hollywood Reporter. In the Dust is a Top Cow title created by George Mahaffey and Christian Duce. According to the report, Mahaffey will pen the movie adaptation.
Diamond Select Toys sent Major Spoilers a look at the figures and packaging for the upcoming Curse of the Mutants Minimates toy set.
He’s sent costumed mutants on a multidimensional quest to prevent the universe’s destruction, and guided Death along the Las Vegas Strip in its search for victims. But now Steven A. Roman, bestselling author of X-Men: The Chaos Engine Trilogy and Final Destination: Dead Man’s Hand, is ready to introduce a brand-new adventure heroine to dark-urban-fantasy readers, courtesy of independent publishing house StarWarp Concepts.
BLOOD FEUD: THE SAGA OF PANDORA ZWIEBACK, Book 1 (ISBN-13: 978-0-9841741-0-2), on sale now, is the first novel in a Young Adult dark-urban-fantasy series. Its heroine is a 16-year-old, Queens, NY, Goth girl dealing with two major life-changing problems: her parents’ recent divorce, and an unwanted, decade-long ability to see through the human guises of the monsters that have always been living in the world.
ROBOT OVERLORD: I have seen many a monster in my day, and save for Matthew, the worst by far is the dread vampire. Mike Mignola has returned to his horror to see what Lord Baltimore is hunting next.
WARNING: This book arrives in stores on August 10, 2011. Matthew and Stephen may indeed spoil certain aspects of the story. Consider yourself warned.
Dark Horse Comics released the final teaser image for the big announcement it is set to make Wednesday night at the San Diego Comic Con.
A quick search on Del Toro, and virus, landed us on The Strain page from Amazon…
The visionary creator of the Academy Award-winning Pan’s Labyrinth and a Hammett Award-winning author bring their imaginations to this bold, epic novel about a horrifying battle between man and vampire that threatens all humanity. It is the first installment in a thrilling trilogy and an extraordinary international publishing event.
They have always been here. Vampires. In secret and in darkness. Waiting. Now their time has come.
In one week, Manhattan will be gone. In one month, the country.
In two months–the world.
So is that the big reveal? We’ll find out Wednesday!
Earlier this week, Dark Horse Comics sent Major Spoilers a teaser image for a big announcement for something to be made at the San Diego Comic Con. Yesterday, Dark Horse sent out a Tweet that read
#houseofnight Fans! Anyone figure this out yet?