Boom Studios has a slew of issues hitting shelves next week, just in time for the long holiday week.Â Take the jump for Fall of Cthulhu: Apocalypse #1, Farscape #1, Galveston #2, Necronomicon #4, Remnant #1, Warhammer: Crown of Destruction #3, and Warhammer 40,000: Defenders of Ultramar #1.
One of the big questions regarding Zach Snyder’s Watchmen movie, was how he was going to deal with the Black Freighter side story. If I remember correctly, there was going to be a special feature on the DVD release that would include the story, but word from the New York Times has Tales of the Black Freighter getting its own direct to DVD movie release. The immediate goal is for the parallel release to help start a potential new movie franchise. As television advertising becomes less effective because of declining TV viewership, movie studios need to reach a mass audience
If movies are dipping into comic books for inspiration, then comics have been having a field day with fan favorite shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Ghost Whisperer, Doctor Who, and Serenity. You can now add one more title to the bunch – Farscape, which is headed to Boom! Studios for a new series later this year. Boom! will produce a series of four-issue mini-series which will further the Farscape storyline. Each of those mini-series will likewise be collected in trade-paperback form. “FARSCAPE took science fiction television to a new level and ushered in a whole host of shows