Josh Howard has posted a sneak peek of his upcoming Dead@17: Afterbirth series up at his website.Â While Dead@17 has been around for a while, it was previously published by Viper Comics.Â Afterbirth is the first series being published by Image Comics.Â Take the jump for a peek.
Fans of the ABC Family series that were wondering what happened to the series finale of the show, need wonder no more, as ABC Family and Viper Comics team up for the final story. From ABC Family Fans of the ABC Family cult hit series can revisit the weird world of “The Middleman” and his trusty side-kick Wendy Watson when the “lost” series finale episode appears in comic book form this summer. The series will also be released on DVD in summer 2009. In a deal with Viper Comics, “The Middleman â€“ The Doomsday Armageddon Apocalypse” graphic novel is to
Viper Comics has sold the film rights to Villains to Universal Pictures in a deal in the mid-six figure range. The graphic novel, by Adam Cogan and Ryan Cody, puts super bad guys center stage. The plot, told from the baddies’ perspective, follows a young man who is failing at life and finds purpose when he meets a Svengali-style villain who takes him under his wing. Universal has hired Matt Jennison and Brent Strickland to pen the adaptation, with Viper’s Jessie Garza co-producing.Â Jennison and Strickland are the duo behind Wonder Woman for Warner Bros. I’ve not read the title,
It was Spring Break here at Stately Spoiler Manor and while we didnâ€™t have the Girls Gone Wild Bus parked in front of the Manor, we did have some sweet items to share with the world. Saturday: The Boys! Sunday: RASL scores high marks, as does X-Factor #29 Monday: Hero History: Sun Boy, T-Bird and Throttle, and Marvel Adapts the Stand Tuesday: Mighty Avengers #9 and #10, and Wow Figures excite Wednesday: The first seven issues of Thor get the treatment on the Major Spoilers Podcast (KRAK-A-DOOOOM!), Wulf and Batsy from Viper Comics gets an early review, and Michael Cera