NBC released the first image for “Constantine”, their new pilot based on the snarky British supernatural detective/con man/magician John Constantine, who has returned from the pages of 1980s DC Comics. The pilot episode will have Matt Ryan [who voices pirate Edward Kenway on “Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag”] in the lead role. Keanu Reeves played […]
UK Premiere of Brand New Episode of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 'The Good, The Bad and the Casey Jones'
Tomorrow morning sees the UK debut of ‘The Good, The Bad and the Casey Jones’ a brand new season 2 episode of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. After having encountered mutants and ninjas, Casey decides to take the fight to the streets. Encountering Raphael, the two form an unlikely partnership. The episode premieres in the UK […]
Boom! Studios has announced an exclusive first-look deal for comics based on Cartoon Network original TV series. The publishing house has already launched comics based on Adventure Time and Regular Show, with Steven Universe comics expected some time this year. The new deal between Boom! and Cartoon Network Enterprises gives Boom! the first option to […]
ShiftyLook, the webcomic studio that has for the last few years been producing webcomics based on lesser known characters from the Namco games library, has announced it will be closing later this year. Having made its success with webcomic adaptations of game characters including Bravoman and Wonder Momo, the studio began branching out into other […]
An article in The New York Times Magazine chronicles author Ron Suskind’s experience in developing a therapy program for his autistic younger son using animated Disney films. Suskind’s son Owen suddenly stopped speaking just before age 3, leading to a diagnosis of regressive autism. One of Owen’s few activities was repeated viewings of Disney animated […]
After purchasing the film rights to Max Brooks’ graphic novel “World War Z” and making that into a feature film starring Brad Pitt, Sony Pictures has purchased the film rights to Brooks’ next graphic novel – “Harlem Hellfighters” – about the African-American World War I-era 369th Army infantry regiment that spent the most time in […]