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A few days ago, the internet was ablaze- well, at least the portion of the internet used by the small, rabid fan base of Dredd- with word that a certain sequel was in development. See, actor Karl Urban was speaking at Denver Comic Con, and he apparently made a few comments pertaining to Dredd 2 being in some stage of development. He said he would definitely come back for it if he felt the project had "depth and substance," according to website Science Fiction.
So reports began to spring up like wildfire, as they tend to do, because the few people that saw Dredd loved it. It didn't do so hot in wide release, but had stellar numbers once it was released for home distribution. Murmurs of a sequel have popped up before, and the latest chatter included the idea that it could come to a streaming service like Netflix- »
- Mario-Francisco Robles
Vice Press, under license from Rebellion, have announced the next release in their officially licensed line of limited edition 2000 Ad art prints – Sláine by Eisner Award-winning British comics artist Glenn Fabry – which will go on sale at www.Vice-Press.com on Tuesday the 22nd of March at 5pm GMT.
Vice Press are a UK-based print house focused on producing fully licensed art prints and screen printed posters featuring primarily British and European properties from movies, television and literature. Sláine is the next release in their artist series, following on from Judge Dredd by Carlos Ezquerra, working with legendary creators to produce brand new pieces of art featuring classic 2000 Ad characters.
Sláine is a limited run of 150, 18x24inch screen prints – printed 2 Colours on Mr. French Madero Beach. Rrp £30. Check out a low-res preview below:
- Phil Wheat
Ezquerra added: “Mary Malone is one of my best loved comic characters.”
Bloody Mary is set in a world only slightly worse than our own, a third great European conflict has dragged the major powers into a lethal war of attrition. Now, Mary Malone, the most dangerous assassin in a land of killers, must face both a man who cannot die and a crazed cult leader whose flock are all too ready to die for him.
Bloody Mary hits comic book stores on Wednesday March 9th and bookstores on March 15th. »
- Gary Collinson
3 items from 2016
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