Supernatural Spookiness Comes to the Wild West in New Comic 3 Devils

The current resurgence of the western/horror subgenre isn’t limited to movies, you know. Comic books are also getting in on the action, with the new series 4-part series 3 Devils from writer and artist Bo Hampton and colorist Jeremy Mohler,… Continue Reading →

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‘Shadow Show’ #1 adapts the influenced wonder of Ray Bradbury’s work

Shadow Show #1

Original Story: Joe Hill

Adaptation Writer: Jason Ciaramella

Art: Charles Paul Wilson III

Colours: Jeremy Mohler and Charles Paul Wilson III

Editors: Carlos Guzman and Chris Ryall

Letterer: Robbie Robbins

Publisher: Idw Publishing

Ray Bradbury is a name embedded in the great mythos of science fiction literature. His ability to work through the wide ranges of literature, from novels to short stories, would bring Bradbury to adapt some of his work into the realm of comic books. As explained in the introduction for Shadow Show, Bradbury was fascinated with the fantastic at a very young age, burrowing from his obsession with the newspaper Sunday comics like Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. The pulp writer began in magazines and would eventually make his way to adapting his own stories for EC Comics (through a very interesting exchange with Max Gaines). It only makes sense that Shadow Show will
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Comic Book Review – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time #2

Chris Cooper reviews the second issue of Idw’s latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles mini-series, Turtles in Time…

“The Turtles’ journey through time continues, and the next stop is Feudal Japan! The Turtles will meet some familiar faces and be forced to make one of the most important decisions of their lives. Will stopping the Shredder mean the end of the Turtles as we know them?”

Last month we followed our heroes as they took a trip to prehistoric times, took on some Utroms and gained pet! It was an extremely funny opening issue to this mini-series.

There is so much going on in this issue that I can’t talk about in the main review due to my avoidance of spoilers. Suffice to say the turtles are given the chance to fundamentally change the status quo, and it’s completely understandable why they might. Writer Erik Burnham has experience
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Issue #1 of The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Graphic Novel Adaptation Available Now

The big screen adaptation of Cassandra Clare's novel The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones isn't heading to theatres until the summer of 2013, but in the meantime Clare’s trilogy is being released as a series of graphic novels.

From the Press Release:

New York Times bestselling author Cassandra Clare and publisher Th3rd World Studios have teamed up to release Clare’s acclaimed urban fantasy trilogy The Mortal Instruments as a series of graphic novels with today’s exclusive digital release of Issue #1 of The City of Bones, on comiXology, the revolutionary digital comics platform available across iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire, Windows 8, and the Web.

Today's release of City of Bones Issue #1 marks the first graphic novel adaptation of The Mortal Instruments series. All nine issues will be released digitally by Th3rd World Studios and will initially only be available through comiXology (click here for more info
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