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Boom StudiosSneak Peek

The second installment of Wild’s End arrives this week, and BOOM! Studios released a sneak peek of Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard’s take on War of the Worlds.

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FeaturedMajor SpoilersMoviesPodcastZach on Film

Zach learns why it is important to get inoculated before visiting a strange planet as he takes a look at the alien invasion classic, War of the Worlds.

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Boom Studios

BOOM! Studios let us know that Jeff Lemire has been tapped to create a variant cover for the upcoming Wild’s End #2, a different take on the War of the Worlds tale.

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Boom StudiosSneak Peek

Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard team for the launch of Wild’s End #1 from BOOM! Studios.  The publisher sent us a sneak peek, and we are sharing that sneak peek, with you – because that is how we roll.

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Boom StudiosPress ReleaseSolicitations

Press Release Fight back with BOOM! Studios as we take you on a journey of survival with our latest original series debuting in September, WILD’S END. Writer Dan Abnett, whose groundbreaking run on Guardians of the Galaxy was the inspiration for the hit Marvel film adaptation, is teaming up with artist I.N.J Culbard (H.P. Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness) to bring readers a smart take on a classic science-fiction mythos. Abnett takes a decidedly more earthbound vantage point as Clive, Peter, and Gilbert suddenly find their 1930s rural England community invaded by aliens. Fans of Blacksad and MOUSE GUARD

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Press Release Tripod Entertainment officially announced the exclusive US premiere of their 3D stereoscopic animated epic “War of the Worlds: Goliath” at this year’s San Diego Comic Con. Produced by Tripod Entertainment, “War of the Worlds: Goliath” is a 85-minute animated steampunk epic of war, comradeship and courage under fire.

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ContestPress Release

Press Release In 1938, Orson Welles used fake news bulletins to convince more than one million Americans the Earth was being invaded by visitors from the planet Mars. Most were outraged when Welles eventually stepped out of character and revealed the elaborate ruse, but everyone was relieved. Almost everyone, that is.

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