Boom! Studios is set to unleash a tale of bloody revenge this November with the debut of Nola #1.Â The four issue series is written by writer/director Chris Gorak. After cheating death, Nola Thomas wakes up alone in a deserted New Orleans hospital. Bruised, broken, and badly burned, she emerges from the flood waters of Hurricane Katrina with one thing on her mindâ€¦revenge.
Press Release 12 GAUGE COMICS is locked, loaded, and ready to take on Comic-Con!Â Weâ€™ll be previewing upcoming comics (both on the page and â€œin-motionâ€), announcing new titles, giving away lots of cool freebies, reviewing portfolios and more!Â Make sure to check us out in our new location, Booth #2045.
Producers John Wells and Don Murphy have optioned The Forgotten to be turned into a feature film. The comic centers on a man who, no matter what he does or whom he meets, is forgotten five minutes later. While it gives him great power and leeway as far as investigations and problem-solving, it leaves him incredibly alone. When the son of a long-lost friend is charged wrongly with murder, he uses his powers to get to the bottom of a conspiracy. Since it is only optioned at this point, there is no writer, director, star, or release date announced. via
Hey Cory Edwards, writer/director of the upcoming Fraggle Rock movie, how are things going? I’m having a lot of fun. I just finished my first action scene (yes, there WILL be action scenes!), and am cracking some decent jokes. It’s hard to create jokes for Fraggles, since they have no pop culture references whatsoever. That’s probably a good thing… that means I have a better chance of creating a timeless movie (If I see one more cute iconic character ruined by “Shrekking It Up” for easy jokes, I’m going to go postal). Oh yeah. Who’s up for some Fraggle action