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Perhaps you don't remember, or simply weren't alive at the time, but Marvel Comics caught A Nightmare on Elm Street fever back in 1989, five years after the original movie came out. And they embarked on a magazine-style comic book that revolved around dream demon Freddy Krueger. The series didn't last very long at just two issues. Now, the unreleased cover art of the canceled third issue has been unveiled by artist Joe Jusko.
The comic book series introduced the new character of Dr. Juliann Quinn. A psychiatrist, she set out to investigate the nightmare epidemic that had run rampant through Springwood, inflicting the local teenagers. She teams with a young woman almost killed by Freddy Krueger named Allison Hayes. The two set out to eradicate the killer, and end his run of terror once and for all.
The comic book was presented in black and white, and featuring quite a »
She's currently known for playing Eva Longoria's rival on NBC's Telenovela, but Alex Meneses has a long - and varied - history in the entertainment industry. "When I was 12, I started working at the dance studio I'd been taking classes at since I was 3," the actress, 50, tells People of growing up in Chicago "always" having a job.After graduating high school, Meneses says she made use of her lifelong love of makeup by becoming a makeup artist to pay for her classes at Chicago's comedy and improv studio The Second City. "I was actually starting to work with a »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
Jane Seymour, the British Emmy award-winning actress J, born Joyce Penelope Wilhelmina Frankenberg, may simply be more familiar to audiences as the Bond girl Solitaire from the James Bond film Live and Let Die (1973) or as Dr. Michaela Quinn from the hit CBS series: Dr. Quinn: Medicine Woman (1993-1998). Jane Seymour: Early Life Born on […]
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- Antonia Georgieva
Jane Seymour would be happy to be a part of a Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman revival – but it’s unlikely it will ever happen. Jane Seymour On ‘Dr. Quinn’ Seymour, who starred on Dr. Quinn in the titular role during the series run from 1993-1998, would be thrilled to reprise the role that made her […]
- Chelsea Regan
Once again, Warner Archive Collection rewards fan loyalty with the release of a much-beloved series – Forever: The Complete Series comes to DVD on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 via WBshop.com and popular online retailers.
Fresh off its single-season run on ABC in 2014-2015, Forever: The Complete Series includes all 22 episodes as well as additional never-before-seen deleted scenes from many of the episodes on a 5-disc DVD set. Creator and Executive Producer Matthew Miller (Chuck, Human Target, The 100) is thrilled the series will live on through its DVD release.
“We’re so proud of this series and the way it resonated with fans,” Miller says. “I’m excited for the fans that we’re not only able to release all 22 episodes on DVD, but include previously unseen footage. It’s another chance to breathe new life into the show for both devoted fans and new viewers.”
The series’ premise struck an »
- ComicMix Staff
5 items from 2016
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