Hot on the heels of the first trailer, Hasbro has given CBR the exclusive first look at yet another awesome teaser for July 7-debuting Marvel Studios project! And while the actual costume in the film might vary slightly from the figure, it gives us the best, most detailed look to date at Michael Keaton’s costumed MCU debut.
Sony Pictures has scored the film rights to the three-issue Image Comics miniseries “A.D.: After Death” by Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire.
The story is set in a future where a genetic cure for death has changed society and centers on a man frustrated by his never-ending life.
Blending comics with prose and painted art, the series tackles issues of aging and mortality. Josh Bratman is attached to produce.
Written by Michael Armbruster based on the comic by James Tynion IV and illustrator Michael Dialynas, the thriller is a co-production between Boom! Studios and Peyton’s ASAP Entertainment. It is set in Wisconsin where an entire high school campus — including the 300 students, teachers, parents and workers who happened to be there at the time – vanishes without a trace and reappears in the middle of the thick woods on the moon of a distant planet. Now their normal lives have suddenly and dramatically changed as they must survive the eerie and dangerous environment while desperately trying to find a way to get back home. Continue reading
So excited for this game.
The CW, which has six on-air series based on comic books, is looking to add to its portfolio with a drama based on the Valiant graphic novel Dr. Mirage. The project marks DMG Entertainment (Iron Man 3, Looper, Point Break) and Valiant’s first foray into television. Writer Gary Dauberman — who penned probably the most profitable film of 2014 with the horror title Annabelle (on a $5M budget it grossed $256.8M worldwide) — will write the TV adaptation and executive produce the project. CBS TV Studios is the studio. Continue reading
The following games, teams and individuals have been nominated for creative and technical excellence at The Game Awards 2016.
Nominated games must have been commercially released to the public before November 24, 2016. To understand more about the nomination process, voting publications and rules, please see the “Rules and Voting” section.
Winners will be revealed live at The Game Awards 2016, which you can watch around the world live on Thursday, December 1.
Everyone always says that they don’t have enough time. Or that it is hard to set aside time to create, write, or draw. Well, we are giving you that time. You don’t have to stay all 24 hrs. Hell you don’t even have to come. But if you are tired of trying to find the time to do the things you want to do then come on down and use this as an excuse. Continue reading