"Day One" is already over. "Watchmen" was adapted into a movie directed by Zack Snyder in 2009. In 2015, Snyder had meetings with HBO to try and adapt the graphic novel into a series. More recently, rumors spread that "The Leftovers"...Show More Summary
COMIC-CON INTERNATIONAL GRAPHIC NOVEL BOOK CLUBS! Comic-Con Adds a Sixth Book Club in Escondido! And then there were 6! Comic-Con adds a new Graphic Novel Book Club at the Escondido Public Library in October... see how you can be a part of it! Read more
Two years ago it was reported that Zack Snyder was developing a TV series for HBO based on the graphic novel Watchmen by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons. He was the likely choice, if not the most exciting one, to spearhead a small screen adaptation since he also directed the ... More »
The TV series adaptation of the classic Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons graphic novel The post HBO’s Watchmen Series With Damon Lindelof Begins Production appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Earlier this year, news broke that Lost and The Leftovers co-creator Damon Lindelof was in talks with HBO to adapt Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ seminal superhero graphic novel Watchmen into a TV series. About a month later, LindelofShow More Summary
EMIL FERRIS, having brought exquisite craft to her debut graphic novel at age 55, brought extreme gratitude to the stage over the weekend, as she was twice honored at the 2017 Ignatz Awards in suburban Washington. “Shame on SPX and a whole lot of cartoonists … you made an old lady cry,” Ferris told The […]
CheMystery authored by C. Al Preece is a graphic superhero novel, drawn by Josh Reynolds, that teaches — wait for it — Chemistry! A radiation accident transforms two youngsters into superheros, and simultaneously creates an evil villain for them to fight. The graphic novel covers that story and is indurated with frequent cleverly placed molecule…
Crazy Ex-Girlfriend co-creator Aline Brosh McKenna talks to CBR about her graphic novel debut Jane, an updated retelling of Jane Eyre. The post INTERVIEW: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Co-Creator Talks Jane, Her Comics Debut appeared first on CBR.
Hell yeah. The new "Hellboy" movie starring "Stranger Things" chief David Harbour just launched an official Twitter account to show off the first photo of its star. The result looks a lot like the cigar-chomping graphic novel character...Show More Summary
Lionsgate has revealed the first official look at Stranger Things’ David Harbour as Hellboy in the upcoming film reboot of Mike Mignola’s graphic novel series — and his transformation is shocking. To prepare for the role, Harbour enlisted the help of celebrity trainer Don Saladino, whose clientele also includes Ryan Reynolds. Using heavy makeup and […]
Terry Moore's long-running graphic novel The post Angela Robinson and Terry Moore to Adapt Strangers in Paradise appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Terry Moore and filmmaker Angela Robinson are partnering to adapt Moore’s long-running graphic novel Strangers in Paradise for film. The comic follows Katchoo, a beautiful young woman living a quiet life with everything going for her. Show More Summary
They say never to work with children or giants—and of course, director Anders Walter did both with his Toronto Film Festival-premiering drama I Kill Giants. Based on the acclaimed Man of Action/Image Comics graphic novel I Kill Giants...Show More Summary
Monsterzz. They're basically the new fixie bike.
For readers seeking a novel kind of novel: illustrated narratives that harness the comic-book format to treat even the weightiest of themes.
The reception brings together librarians, creators, publishers, and graphic novel enthusiasts to mingle and hear from each other.
Director Anders Walter's I KILL GIANTS, an adaptation of the Joe Kelly / Ken Niimura graphic novel of the same name, just made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival this past Saturday. While it hasn'tShow More Summary
By Tom Spurgeon this video -- I think it plays right away -- was sent to me by some folks that want to turn their screenplay into a graphic novel in order to perhaps goose its chances to see it made as a film. This is so specific to comics and how people see them. Show More Summary
Bodie Troll is (in his own mind) a ferocious troll and the villain of every story. The truth is somewhat different (like, diametrically opposed). Bode Troll is also the 250-page graphic novel – written and illustrated by Jay Fosgitt (Rocket Raccoon and Groot) – being released by the KaBOOM! imprint at BOOM! Studios. Show More Summary
It has been a long time since I’ve written any machine or assembler code, and it is a rare day that I hand construct a logic circuit using transistors. But it is comforting to know that these skills and the knowledge associated with them still reside in some form or another in the world of…