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FeaturedMarvelMarvel PremiereRetro ReviewReviewwarlock

As Marvel’s second-most-important cosmic hero (after the Silver Surfer), Adam Warlock is the key to many important crossovers in the Marvel Universe.  But how did the artificial man called Him ever become the spaceborne messiah metaphor we know and love?  Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Marvel Premiere #1 awaits!

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FeaturedMarvelRetro ReviewReviewwarlock

In the earliest years of the Bronze Age of comics, relevance was the watchword, as the wacky sci-fi concepts of the Silver Age underwent a metamorphosis into strange psychological odysseys and journeys to the center of the minds of our beloved characters.  Adam Warlock, once a lower-tier player, found himself suddenly thrust into the spotlight, with stories that still define his character today.  Witness, then, ‘The Strange Death Of Adam Warlock’, as your Major Spoilers (retro) review of Warlock #11 awaits!

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Bluewater ProductionsLionsgate

Bluewater Productions has announced that its Lionsgate Films titles, Warlock and Leprechaun are coming together for a double feature. The graphic novel features two parts.  Part one features an evil Warlock embarking on a mission to destroy a powerful book which contains a spell that imprisoned six other Warlocks. If the Warlock destroys the book, the curse is broken and the six Warlocks would be released back into the world free to cause death and destruction. And the second part cult film Leprechaun comes to the graphic novel world, this is the tale of Lubdan, the king and sole survivor

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Bluewater ProductionsLionsgate

BELLINGHAM, WA— October 27, 2008— in 2009, Bluewater and Lionsgate will be developing a line of comic books based on the cult/ horror favorite films “Leprechaun” and “Warlock”.  After their successful series “Vincent Price Presents” Bluewater delivers more horror to comics. “Working with Lionsgate on this end is like coming back full circle for me.  I worked on the marketing for “Leprechaun 4: In Space”, said Bluewater publisher Darren G. Davis. “I loved this little character and have always wanted to do something with him.  As for “Warlock”, this was another cult film that I enjoyed, so having this opportunity

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