Jim Henson’s much-loved 1982 fantasy film, The Dark Crystal, recently made headlines when an official sequel was announced, in comic book form. But the official prequel novels are already here. The first one, J.M. Lee’s Shadows of the Dark Crystal, came out last summer; the next in the series isn’t out until July, but… Read more...
For years—if not decades—various movie industry people have tried to get a sequel to Jim Henson and Frank Oz’s The Dark Crystal off the ground, with one would-be director explaining last year that he walked off of the project due to the producers’ apparent lack of respect for Henson’s ideas. Show More Summary
Just a quick post to let you guys know that Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: The Board Game is now once again available for purchase on Amazon.com at a more reasonable price. In was still available in the past two weeks, but most sellers were...Show More Summary
Over a decade ago, The Jim Henson Company announced plans to produce a sequel to the cult hit film The Dark Crystal, but those plans never materialized. Now, that might-have-been movie is being adapted into comics by Si Spurrier, Kelly...Show More Summary
A comic book sequel to Jim Henson's cult classic THE DARK CRYSTAL finally gets a release date.
Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal is one of the most beloved of Jim Henson’s creations. Ever since it became a cult hit on home video, there’s been talk of a sequel – a script was even written. Now, for the film’s 35th anniversary, BOOM!...Show More Summary
We’re finally getting a sequel to the beloved 1982 Jim Henson and Frank Oz film The Dark Crystal, but it won’t be a movie. Instead, The Power of the Dark Crystal will be hitting shelves as a 12-issue comic series, based on the unused feature script and drawn by artists with an eye toward the legendary Brian Froud. Read more...
After a year spent in production hell, Jim Henson fans will finally be getting a Dark Crystal sequel, just in a different form than they were expecting. BOOM! Studios announced Monday that the […]
Since the day River Horse announced that they would be releasing a Labyrinth board game based on Jim Henson’s movie of the same name, you guys have shown more than passing interest about it, and now that the game is finally out, I figured...Show More Summary
Janelle Monáe‘s anticipated new film Hidden Figures just got a brand new release date and official trailer! The flick, which also stars Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Kevin Costner, Kirsten Dunst, Jim Parsons, Aldis Hodge and Glen Powell, is now receiving a limited theatrical release on December 25 and a nationwide release on January 6 [...]
Disney, through the Jim Henson Company, is the owner of the domain name muppetfucker.net. There is nothing at the address, but... why? io9's Beth Elderkin investigates and finds the answer to be the obvious one: a guy registered theShow More Summary
Just a quick post to let you guys know that Jim Henson’s Labyrinth: The Board Game is now available for purchase on Amazon.com. It was out of stock for a couple of days, and some sellers were asking some really unreasonable prices for...Show More Summary
"Klaus" and "WWE" artist Dan Mora has illustrated a new cover for "Jim Henson's The Storyteller: Giants" #1, and CBR has the first look. The post EXCLUSIVE: Dan Mora’s Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Giants #1 Variant appeared first on CBR.com.
They're like Hansel and Gretel...except they're pitch-Muppets for a defunct fabric company.
6 Weird Things About "Muppet Babies" Just show us the nanny's face already. Submitted by: Dashiell Driscoll Worthy Keywords: muppet orphans sad origin muppets babies baby jim henson kermit rowlf nanny wilson camilla statler waldorf alzehimer...Show More Summary
If you were a kid of the early 1990’s, then Jim Henson’s Muppet Babies was one of those shows that was always on your television. The show was incredible. Not only did it feature pre-school versions of the Muppets, but the adventures and morals the show taught was something you couldn’t get anywhere else. Muppet […]
Ranked #1 in our top 20 Saturday morning cartoons of all time, Jim Henson’s Muppet Babies was truly a special television series to an entire generation of children growing up in 1980’s and 1990’s. I’m very happy to tell you that Disney...Show More Summary
Labyrinth: The Ultimate Visual History is the definitive 30th anniversary exploration of the beloved Jim Henson classic.
Heads up, goblin lovers!It's the 30th anniversary of legendary Jim Henson/David Bowie collaboration Labyrinth - and to celebrate there's a brand new 4K restoration of the fantasy classic on Blu-ray, packed with special features and looking...Show More Summary
Only superfans know every single thing Jim Henson created during his storied career, but in this case ignorance is a good thing- because it gives the rest of us an excuse to look into his lesser known creations. You may remember theShow More Summary