4 items from 2014
One of the more surprising successes in comics during the last decade was Marvel’s literary adaptations like Ender’s Game and The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The longest running of these adaptations and possibly the most popular were their comics set in the world of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower. After over a year since we last one-shot, So Fell Lord Perth, and two years since the last mini-series, The Man in Black, Marvel is bring The Dark Tower back with The Dark Tower: Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner.
Now with a preview for the first issue, releasing in September, Marvel looks like they’re keeping The Dark Tower just as dark and strange as the fans have come to expect.
For more info, check out what Marvel has to say below:
This September, Stephen King’s fan-favorite Dark Tower epic returns to Marvel for an »
- Max Molinaro
Here’s your first look at color art of the newest chapter in Marvel and Stephen King’s Dark Tower series – Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner #1. Beginning in September 2014, New York Times Best-Selling writers Peter David & Robin Furth along with critically acclaimed artist Piotr Kowalski and colorist Nick Filardi bring the action from Mid-World to our world as the epic series returns.
Dark Tower: The Drawing of the Three – The Prisoner marks another milestone for the graphic fiction sensation that’s captivated fans worldwide as the saga moves to the second volume of King’s magnum opus. And as the action shifts from the dusty plains of Mid-World to the mean streets of New York City – old and new fans alike will experience the rich and vibrant world of The Dark Tower in new and interesting ways.
As this tale of urban crime opens, you’ll »
- Phil Wheat
As the supernatural saga crafted by Stephen King about a gunslinger in search of a tower becomes a trilogy of movies bridged by a HBO TV series, The Dark Tower will also be getting the graphic novel treatment courtesy of Marvel. Assigned with the task of adapting the second volume of the eight-part series where the actions shifts from the Western frontier of Mid-World to the urban crime of New York City are writers Peter David and Robin Furth, artist Piotr Kowalski and colourist Nick Filardi.
Eddie Dean grows into a troubled young man gifted with the ability to open doors to other worlds. Can he survive family tragedy, a haunting addiction, and the deadly forces that conspire to stop him from challenging the Man in Black? Eddie faces trials and tribulations at every turn – and the badlands of Mid-World can’t hold a candle to the dangers of Brooklyn in the 1960s! »
- Trevor Hogg
Multiversity is organising Guardians Month in support of Bill Mantlo.
The website will run artwork from top creators throughout July, followed by a charity auction at the beginning of August.
A hit-and-run accident in 1992 while rollerblading left him with a brain injury and requiring constant care.
Skottie Young launched a Rocket Raccoon comic this week, which received a reported 300,000 orders.
Multiversity is also organising donations to Mantlo and his family.
Watch a trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy below: »
4 items from 2014
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