Posts tagged with "graphic novel"

Out of the Past: Marvel’s New Once Upon A Time Graphic Novel

Out of the Past: Marvel’s New Once Upon A Time Graphic Novel
Marvel has revealed plans to publish a new graphic novel based on the hit ABC series Once Upon A Time, following the successful 2013 release of its Once Upon a Time: The Shadow of the Queen. An innovative reimagining of classic fairy tales, the series centres around a small town in Maine called Storybrooke, whose residents are really fairy-tale characters, cursed to live in a land without magic by the evil Queen Regina. Previously broadcast on Channel... 

The Mysterious Case Of Billy’s G-String (The Vicar Chronicles) review

The Mysterious Case Of Billy’s G-String (The Vicar Chronicles) review
The Mysterious Case Of Billy’s G-String Roll up, for the musical mystery tour, as we are led through the murky and occasionally sinister waters of the music industry, with the quirky and loyal sound engineer Punk Sanderson as our guide. Along with his mystery solving boss The Vicar, together they look to solve the ‘Mysterious Case Of Billy’s G-String’. Based on Punk Sanderson’s novel, The Vicar Chronicles are a collection of wonderfully... 

Graphic Novel review: Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book

Graphic Novel review: Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book
Neil Gaiman is a name that has been associated with high quality tales for many a year now. From The Sandman to American Gods and Coraline, Gaiman is known for his diverse talent through various mediums – short stories, novels and graphic novels to name a few. Influenced along the way by such authors as C.S. Lewis and Lewis Carroll, Gaiman has become one of the most popular names in literature with his unique vision and successes achieved both critically... 

Talking Comics and Aspiring Artist Advice with Jade Sarson

Talking Comics and Aspiring Artist Advice with Jade Sarson
The Artist’s Alley at the MCM London Comic Con is a constant feature that brings some of the most talented artists from across the land to showcase and sell their artwork. One particular regular at the show is artist Jade Sarson, creator of webcomic Café Suada and one very exciting talent. MCM Buzz caught up with her this Comic Con to talk about her most recent work, exciting news about upcoming projects, and some very useful and interesting advice... 

First Trailer for Oblivion

First Trailer for Oblivion
After an international trailer suddenly appeared online, Universal Pictures have now released the first official trailer for their upcoming sci-fi blockbuster Oblivion. From Tron: Legacy director, Joseph Kosinski, the film stars Tom Cruise as Jack Harper, a drone repairmen stationed on Earth. Half the planet has been destroyed due to a war and the population has been evacuated. Jack’s job is to essentially clean up and extract vital resources. But... 

Interview With Alex Macieira of Planet Ruskin Comics

Interview With Alex Macieira of Planet Ruskin Comics
In recent years, zombies have become popular in much of the media MCM fans love. We have seen an increase of them in our video games, TV shows, films and comics. These days, when basing a story on zombies, you need to do something unique and eye catching to be noticed, and Planet Ruskin Comics has attempted to do just that. Alex Macieira, the artist behind The Zombies Ate my Chilean, took the time to talk to me about how to get into writing comics,... 

Howard Lovecraft & The Undersea Kingdom: Comic Book Review!

Howard Lovecraft & The Undersea Kingdom: Comic Book Review!
Howard Lovecraft & The Undersea Kingdom Words/Story: Dwight L MacPherson & Bruce BrownArt: Thomas Boatwright PREVIOUSLY: Howard and “Spot” banished King Abdul to the Homeworld. But King Abdul has found an ally. The best way to start with this review is to note that I’m not, per se, a fan of Howard Lovecraft. Or, in a better phrasing, note that it’s less I’m not a fan and more I’m not terribly well-versed... 

Brand New ‘Cowboys And Aliens’ Trailer!

Brand New ‘Cowboys And Aliens’ Trailer!
A brand spanking new trailer for Jon Favreau’s Cowboys And Aliens has been released revealing more of the story and it’s alien antagonists.  It’s safe to say ILM have once again done an incredible job with the effects which look photo real and wonderfully imaginative. The film is set in 1873 Arizona and follows Jake Lonergan (Daniel Craig) who finds himself in the desert with no memory of his past and a strange shackle on his wrist.... 
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