Review by Tim Robins Release date: 14th December 2018 (United Kingdom) Director: James Wan Aquaman finds himself caught between a surface world that ravages the sea and the underwater Atlanteans who are ready to revolt… The Review: Aquaman is the best Ray Harryhausen movie Ray Harryhausen never made. It delivers a lot of the sameContinue reading In Review: Aquaman
British company Rebellion, publishers of 2000AD and Judge Dredd Megazine, the creators of numerous successful computer games including Sniper Elite and more, has acquired a new $100m facility in Oxfordshire to convert into global film studios. The 220,000 square foot space will be built on the site of what was Harmsworth Printing in Didcot, previouslyContinue reading Tharg goes fully multimedia, announcing global film studio – in Oxfordshire
You’ll believe a magazine can fly with Back Issue #109, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Superman: The Movie starring Christopher Reeve, available now from all good comic shops, published by TwoMorrows and featuring a cover by Garry Frank. Explore the Superman movies’ effects on comic books, media, and collectibles with commentary from many of their creators. InContinue reading Back Issue magazine celebrates landmark Superman: The Movie 40th anniversary
Nobrow’s quite excellent imprint for younger readers, Flying Eye Books, has revealed that the Brownstone’s Mythical Collection series by Joe Todd-Stanton has been optioned for film development by DreamWorks Animation. The series began with Arthur and the Golden Rope in 2016, taking our unlikely adventurer into Norse mythology, and more recently Marcy and the RiddleContinue reading Joe Todd-Stanton’s Brownstone’s Mythical Collection optioned for film
After a busy weekend at the Comic Art Festival, the Lakes International Comic Art Festival Podcast team got loads of content – including a recording of “Best Comic Book Movie… Ever” panel, hosted by Peter Kessler. “We had planned to do a full episode discussing the show but time has got in the way,” saysContinue reading What’s Your Best Comic Book Movie, Ever?