In 2000, Dark Horse Comics brought Lone Wolf & Cub back to North America after its original American publisher went out of business.
The classic manga series followed the exploits of samurai Lone Wolf and Cub – Ogami Itt? and his infant son Daiguro – as Lone Wolf and Cub – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Itt? sought vengeance for the death of his wife.
In Lone Wolf 2100, Eric Heisserer (Shaper) and artist Miguel Sepulveda (Red Lanterns, Action Comics) reimagine the series in a time when a plague has devastated the planet and only the blood of young Daisy Ogami holds the secret ofr a cure – and her android protector, Itto, must get her to a place where it can be extracted.
Lone Wolf 2100 is set for a January, 2016 release. Follow the jump for details.
Some of the conspiracy theories out there are true! The grassy knoll? Check! The Roswell crash? Check! The Philadelphia Experiment? Check! Even better/worse, the same secret society was behind them all!
Now members of the group are being killed and in order to stop the killing they have to find out who’s behind it – and why they’re doing it.
Dark Horse Comics announced Cryptocracy – from writer Van Jensen (The Flash, Green Lantern Corps) and artist Pete Woods (Action Comics) – this morning, along with another Jensen title, Two Dead (with artist Nate Johnson, March) at New York Comic Con 2015. Follow the jump for details.
Move aside Justice League of America, Avengers, Fantastic Four, and X-Men. The League Of Freedom has arrived! There are battles to be won, and Titanium Rex (Bryan Cranston), Black Saturn (Tucker Gilmore), American Ranger (Keegan-Michael Key), Brad (Tom Root), Cooch (Heidi Lynn Gardner), and Jewbot formerly known as Robobot (Zeb Wells) are here to win them. From the creators of the award winning “Robot Chicken”, creators Matt Senreich and Zeb Wells along with executive producers Seth Green and Bryan Cranston bring to life “SuperMansion” a new twenty-two minute stop-motion animated series from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios. The talented Matt Senreich and Zeb Wells took time during a set visit to chat about their new show.
Lily, a young doctor, finds love with Neil then awakens from a car accident in a life where she’s married to Neil’s rival, Mitch, and has a son. Everyone denies the existence of the life she remembers. Determined to find the truth, Lily begins to doubt her sanity.
Pali Road Stars Michelle chen, Jackson Rathbone, Sang Kang, and Henry Ian Cusik and will have its world premiere at the 2015 Hawaii International Film Festival. Check out the trailer following the jump.
Paramount Pictures, Cineplex Entertainment and Dillon Francis are offering moviegoers in Canada a one-night-only ?SCOUTS GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE? Ultimate Fan Experience with an advance screening of the film as well as exclusive music and a special visual show from Dillon Francis for the regular price of admission.
The Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse Ultimate Fan Experience will run in select cities (Toronto, Montréal, Edmonton and Vancouver) on Wednesday, October 28th. Follow the jump for details.
Marvel is high on Ant-Man. So much so that the diminutive superhero has been given a sequel that will introduce the Wonderful Wasp – Ant-Man And The Wasp – on July 6, 2018.
Not only does this come as a bit of a surprise, Ant-Man And The Wasp has caused a reshuffling of Marvel’s Phase Three slate: Black Panther, which formerly had Ant-Man’s new release date, is being moved forward to Febraury 16, 2018, and Captain Marvel moves to March 8, 2019. For details, follow the jump.
Take Benedict Cumberbatch’s Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman’s Watson and stick them back in the 19th Century and what do you get? Ghosts, by Jove! Ghosts!
The new trailer for The Sherlock Special is dark and creepy and very, very Victorian. It features Holmes in the famous deerstalker (that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle never once mentioned) and Watson with a handlebar mustache – confronted by a seemingly spectral puzzle.
Check it out after the jump. The Sherlock Special will air on PBS’ Masterpiece Classic sometime in the near future. There will also be a special theatrical event release – again, with no specific date set.
Pan may be the origin story nobody wanted but it is certainly not the disaster I was expecting.
The idea that Peter Pan had to have come from somewhere is one that, I admit, I had never pondered, but Pan tells that story in a way that has much to offer for both kids and adults – though it doesn’t really achieve maximum impact until about two-thirds in.