If you have been following the ups and downs of the Halo franchise since its beginning in 2001, you were excited for the idea being tossed around a few years ago about a movie treatment and then disappointed when it was canned. But now, in the year of Halo 4’s release, there will finally be a filmed adaptation of the series. It won’t be coming to the big screen or even the small screen, however. Take the jump and see what is coming.
Press Release Comic book and graphic novel publisher, Zenescope Entertainment (Grimm Fairy Tales, Alice in Wonderland), has announced plans for a new documentary web-series entitled “Comic Company” which will give fans a behind-the-scenes look into the goings-on at its office based in the Philadelphia area.
The latest episode of Stan Lee’s Time Jumper hits iTunes today, and with only four more episodes remaining, Terry Dixon’s time travel device may be the only thing that can stop C.U.L.T. (Council of Unstoppable, Lethal Terrorists). ABOUT EPISODE 6: DESTINATION UNKNOWN Charity and Sam meet in an undisclosed warehouse. They appear to be scheming something together.Â Sam continues to pop pills to relieve his body aches of deteriorating DNA. Could he be in on her ploy to dominate the world? Meanwhile, Terry is in a Washington DC prison cell and has a notebook on hand that his father Arthur
Dark Horse Comics and Felicia Day’s The Guild are teaming to bring the web series to comics. The Guild follows six players, AKA â€œGuildiesâ€ (Bladezz, Codex, Vork, Tinkerballa, Zaboo, and Clara), who decide to finally meet in real life after spending months playing together in an online world. Their individual social dysfunctions lead to several problems in the real world, but together, as in the online game, they become greater than the sum of their collected baggage and start to become . . . well . . . kinda normal . . . er. â€œIâ€™m really excited to work in
It was bound to happen sooner or later – someone has taken one of Major Spoilers’ brilliant ideas (he said tongue firmly in cheek), and turned it into their own money making venture.Â Milo Ventimiglia, of NBC’s Heroes, plans on taking the concept of Who Would Win style fighting, and turning it into a webÂ series. The concept is similar to Spike TV’s new series “Deadliest Warrior,” which reconstructs hypothetical matchups between, for instance, a Samurai and a Viking. Only “Ultradome” is played for laughs with pop culture-driven battles, and shows fans fighting instead of trying to re-create the iconic
What if the villains were so good at what they do, the superheroes had no idea they existed?Â That’s the premise behind Brendan McGinley’s and Joshua Elder’s Heist from Bankshot Comics. The web series follows a super-powered thief known only as Geist to the few who know him at all. His only confidant is Jin, a magic ring with the power to make him a living ghost: invisible.Â Intangible.Â Unstoppable. And bored out of his mind. The Indelible Comics website is going to be updated with new information throughout the week, in the meantime, take the jump for a peek
Press Release They know the secret identities.Â They hold great power with no responsibilities.Â They are watching the watchmen.Â They are Invisible, Inc., secret rulers of the world. Invisible, Inc. is the collaborative product of writer Brendan McGinley (Hannibal Goes to Rome, Dose) and artist TomÃ¡s Aira (Starcraft, Marilith).
While I’m sure there are a number of crackpots out there that already think the Angel of Death is on the web, the Ed Brubaker version is coming to the web as an original live-action series in 2009, that you’ll be able to see on Sony Picture Entertainment’s Crackle website. The web series stars actress/stuntwoman Zoe Bell, whom most of you remember from the Grindhouse feature Death Proof. Angel of Death depicts a remorseless assassin (Bell) in the employ of a ruthless crime family. After suffering a severe head wound, she becomes so haunted by her victims that she decides