4 items from 2017
Dynamite Entertainment's "James Bond: Black Box" #5, available July 5, 2017, is written by Ben Percy and illustrated by Rapha Lobosco, with covers by Dom Reardon, Jason Masters and Patrick Zircher:
"....in the 'Suicide Forest' of Japan, near the base of Mt. Fuji, 'James Bond' finds himself hunted by 'No Name', the nightmarish assassin.
"After narrowly escaping, '007' and 'Selah Sax' find themselves on board a bullet train bound for the headquarters of 'Saga Genji'...
"... in a race against 'Felix Leiter' and the Americans for the 'black box' of information that could compromise their nations..."
Producers of the "James Bond" movies "...have caught 'Universe Fever' and would love to explore other corners of the 'Bond' franchise...
...including a feature based on CIA agent 'Felix Leiter'.
Dynamite Entertainment's "James Bond: Felix Leiter" #1, highlighting the CIA American counterpart of 'James Bond', is written by James Robinson and illustrated by Aaron Campbell, with covers by Mike Perkins and Gabriel Hardman. »
- Michael Stevens
According to new reports, producers of the "James Bond" movies "...have caught 'Universe Fever' and would love to explore other corners of the 'Bond' franchise, simultaneously" including a feature based on CIA agent "Felix Leiter"?:
Dynamite Entertainment's "James Bond: Felix Leiter" #1, highlighting the CIA American counterpart of 'James Bond', is written by James Robinson and illustrated by Aaron Campbell, with covers by Mike Perkins and Gabriel Hardman.
"...this 'James Bond' spin-off highlighting the '007' American counterpart, finds 'Felix Leiter' in Japan, tracking down a beautiful, Russian spy from his past. But when the mission takes a turn for the worse, he will discover that there are more deadly schemes afoot in Tokyo and beyond..."
Created by Ian Fleming, Leiter is an operative for the 'CIA' and close friend of 'James Bond'. But after losing a leg and his hand to a shark attack, Leiter joined the 'Pinkerton Detective Agency'. »
- Michael Stevens
As special guests on the Shock Waves podcast, the fine folks at Scream Factory just gave horror fans four big reasons to look forward to September, as they announced Blu-ray releases for The Spell (September 5th), Dan O'Bannon's The Resurrected, aka Shatterbrain (September 12th), After Midnight (September 26th), and A Quiet Place in the Country (September 26th).
From Scream Factory: "We just announced four new upcoming titles on the Shockwaves podcast (which you can listen to and hear a lot more Scream Factory scoop @ http://www.blumhouse.com/podcast/ ). Here’s are the early details!
The Resurrected (also known as Shatterbrain) (1991) – Since the beginning of time, man has struggled with death. Now Charles Dexter Ward (Chris Sarandon, Fright Night), a wealthy scientist, may have found a way to beat it. Using an ancient diary and human remains, Ward begins a terrifying and bloody pursuit for immortality. By the »
- Derek Anderson
Money in the world of football has become a big talking point within the game. Be it transfer fees, ticket prices, imaging and TV rights, or even the odd FIFA related bribing scandal, the financial element of the game will now always be questioned. With figures nearly exceeding £100,000,000 for a single player it’s beginning to feel that clubs can demand stupid money for any player within their squad. You only have to look at players like Dwight Gayle, Jake Livermore, and Robert Snodgrass who are being bought for £10 million plus. I mean, Crystal Palace bought Jeffery Schlupp for £12 million! Am I missing something here? It’s like money doesn’t have any value within the game anymore.
4 items from 2017
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