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Stuart Beattie to write/direct I, Frankenstein

Heat Vision | THR is reporting that Stuart Beattie will write and direct Lakeshore Entertainment’s big screen adaptation of Kevin Grevioux’s graphic novel I, Frankenstein.

1939 Detective Comics No. 27 (Batman’s debut) sells for more than $1 million

A 1939 issue of Detective Comics — issue No. 27 featuring the first appearance of Batman — sold for $1,075,500 in a New York auction today, setting a new record for the most paid for a comic:

The rare copy of Detective Comics No. 27 from 1939 went for $1,075,500 Thursday. A […]

Action Comics #1 (first appearance of Superman) sells for $1 million

A rare copy of Action Comics #1, which features the first appearance of Superman, sold for $1 million. That’s a new record price for a comic book sale.  A copy of the same comic sold for $317,000 last year.

The higher price was due to its better condition (it was rated an 8.0 grade). […]

Warner Bros. Picks Up Rights to The Nye Incidents

Dark Castle, the Warner Bros.-based horror label, has picked up the film rights to Devil’s Due graphic novel The Nye Incidents.  The graphic novel is from sci-fi and horror novelist Whitley Strieber.

Inspired by true events, The Nye Incidents revolves around a medical examiner on the hunt of a killer of alien abductees.

Todd […]

Paramount Adapting Lions, Tigers and Bears Into Live-Action Film

Paramount Pictures has acquired the film rights to Lions, Tigers and Bears, the popular Image Comics comic book series from Mike Bullock.  The studio has tapped Lorenzo di Bonaventura to produce the project as a live-action film, with Joey Aucoin writing from his own pitch (via THR):

The fantasy tale centers on […]

Bryan Fuller on Pushing Daisies + Working on Comic Series

pushingdaisies-041609Bryan Fuller, creator of the canceled ABC series Pushing Daisies, previewed the final three episodes of the series to SCI FI Wire and added that the story may continue in a comic-book series from Marvel.  Here are some excerpts from SCI FI’s Q&A.

Fuller places most of the blame for the demise of the critically acclaimed but low-rated series on the writers strike and its poor time slot:

Fuller: The writers’ strike is the big bully to blame for the plummeting ratings. There was a writers’ strike in 1988, and television shows lost around 30 percent of their audiences. During this one, shows lost 20 percent of their audiences. It was a combination of the writers’ strike and being off the air for 10 months.

The other problem was our timeslot wasn’t good, since we didn’t have a lead-in. When we aired at 9 p.m., we went up by 3 million viewers, which was really dramatic. ABC refused to move us from the 8:00 timeslot, which had worked previously the season before, but after the writers’ strike and the erosion of the audience, it wasn’t sustainable, so we asked them to move us repeatedly. We would have even taken Friday night at 9 p.m., because people don’t watch TV earlier. All the Nielsen ratings indicate people start watching TV at 8:30. That was a big indication, but I certainly don’t think the quality of the show went down. If anything, it got stronger and clearer.

More after the jump. Continue reading Bryan Fuller on Pushing Daisies + Working on Comic Series

First Look at The Goon

AICN has an exclusive first look at the David Fincher-produced big screen adaptation of Eric Powell’s Dark Horse comic The Goon.  Powell is directing the computer-animated film.  Head on over to AICN by clicking the image above to see it, and two others, in high […]

Jericho Comic on the Way

Devil’s Due Publishing has announced that they’ve cut a deal with CBS Consumer Products to publish a comic based on the canceled-CBS series Jericho.  The comic will pick up where the series left off and pledges to answer many of the story’s still lingering questions.

“’Jericho’ is alive and well, thanks to the […]

Action Comics #1 To Be Auctioned Online

A rare copy of Action Comics #1, the first comic to feature Superman, will be put up for auction on Friday.  Action Comics #1 was published in June 1938 and is considered by most experts to be the world’s most valuable comic book.  Estimated value is about $126,000.

“It’s the Holy Grail of […]

El Zombo Fantasma Heading to the Big Screen


Death Ray Films and Maya Entertainment have announced that Kevin Munroe (TMNT) will write and direct an adaptation of the 2005 Dark Horse comic El Zombo Fantasma.

The story follows the mysterious murder of the world’s most notorious Mexican wrestler who bargains his way out of an eternity of fiery damnation by returning to Los Angeles to play guardian angel to a troublesome teen, Belisa Montoya. He soon discovers that the teen is not what she seems and that their fates have been intertwined for centuries.

The full press release follows after the jump. Continue reading El Zombo Fantasma Heading to the Big Screen

Terminator: Salvation Movie Prequel Comic

HTML clipboardIn January, IDW Publishing will debut a new comic book that will serve as a prequel to the upcoming film Terminator Salvation.  The publishing firm today released a description of the comic.  It follows below.

“Terminator: Salvation Movie Prequel” is written by Dara Naraghi (“Lifelike”) with art by Alan Robinson and cover […]

Barack Obama Featured in Upcoming Issue of The Amazing Spider-Man

Marvel Comics has announced that issue No. 583 of The Amazing Spider-Man will hit stands on January 14th with two different covers, one of which will be a special Inauguration Day edition that features President-elect Barack Obama alongside Spider-Man.

Marvel says that the President-elect was a natural fit to be featured in the comic, […]