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
We meet once a month to discuss comic books past, present, and future. Come with your ideas and geekieness. Feel free to bring snacks or drinks.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME. This is the perfect opportunity to learn about comics and discover something new. You don’t have to be a comic book aficionado to attend. These meetings are meant to introduce people to new comic books as well as to discuss current titles they may be reading.
Don’t worry if you haven’t read this months reading list. Come join us anyway and decide if the books we are discussing sound interesting enough for you to pick them up on your own.
We will be meeting at Uncle Howie’s Pizza in Redlands
We all remember our first don’t we? The first time we see them on screen. The first time we hang their poster on the wall. The first time we watch another movie just because they are in it. Our first celebrity crush. Well, she was mine.
I first “met” Carrie Fisher in the iconic role of Princess Leia in Star Wars when it came out in 1977. I was only 4 at the time but I knew then that we had something special. The way she lit up the screen was magical for me.
I followed her on to some of the other films she was in. Always looking out for that smile and twinkle in her eye. I was surprised by her cameos and even more impressed by her writing. And when she made her big comeback, there was no one more excited than me.
It now saddens me that she has passed. She had managed to work her way into the lives of millions of fans throughout the world. We will miss you Carrie. We will miss your candor and honesty. But most of all, we will miss your smile.
Carrie Fisher is survived by her mother, Debbie Reynolds and daughter, Billie Lourd. We here at Forbidden Panel send them and her friends and family and her millions of fans our condolences.
John Wick introduces a retired hitman thrust back into the underworld following his wife’s death and subsequent theft of his 1969 Mustang, as well as the killing of a dog she left to help him cope with her passing. These tragic events lead to John Wick seeking retribution in the darkest depths of the Russian mafia in pursuit of Iosef, the leader of the gang of Wick’s assailants. As this pursuit leads him deeper into the Russian crime syndicate, a trail of dead bodies — including some of his closest friends and allies — begins to follow behind. Continue reading
Austrian director Kevin Kopacka and his partner Alex Bakshaev have nearly wrapped up production on the pilot for a new TV series inspired by Tiziano Sclavi’s cult Italian horror/noir comic “Dylan Dog”.
In the project Dylan is a ‘nightmare investigator’ who, along with his unique assistant, solves cases dealing with the unknown and the paranormal.
For copyright reasons, Kopacka has changed the name of the characters but the essence of the comics is retained in the pilot episode titled “Dream of the Living Dead”.
Ford Everett stars as Dylan, Denise Ankel as Morgana and Harry Baer as Inspektor Mahlow.
With the shoot wrapped, the pilot aims to be finished by mid-2017.
Brandon Routh starred in a previous attempted film adaptation in 2011 which tanked with critics and at the box-office. Sclavi also penned cult cinematic classic “Cemetery Man” with Rupert Everett.
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.