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Black Dahlia by Rick Geary

12 September 2017 3:10 PM, PDT | | See recent Comicmix news »

I’m in danger of turning into a broken record on this subject: Geary has been doing the same thing brilliantly for so long that I’ve run out of different ways to say it.

Black Dahlia is the seventh in his “Treasury of XXth Century Murder,” which followed eight similar books in the “Treasury of Victorian Murder” (and one even earlier book, The Treasury of Victorian Murder, Vol. 1, a miscellaneous collection that was the prototype for the whole sub-career). Each one is a roughly comic-book-sized hardcover, of about eighty pages, telling the story of one famous historical murder. He’s done Abraham Lincoln and James Garfield, Jack the Ripper and H.H. Holmes, Sacco and Vanzetti and several more not as well-known in the 21st century. Each book is carefully researched and filled with maps and diagrams of the towns and murder locations — all drawn by Geary in his precise but puckish style. »

- Andrew Wheeler

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‘L.A. Confidential’ Series in Development at CBS

6 September 2017 2:45 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

CBS is developing a TV adaptation of “L.A. Confidential,” Variety has learned.

Based on James Ellroy’s classic novel of the same name, the series would follow the paths of three homicide detectives, a female reporter, and a Hollywood actress as they intersect while the detectives pursue a sadistic serial killer through the seedy underbelly of 1950’s Los Angeles.

New Regency, Lionsgate Television and CBS Television Studios will produce, with New Regency’s Arnon Milchan serving as executive producer. Jordan Harper is set to write and executive produce. Harper previously wrote for and produced the CBS drama “The Mentalist.” Most recently, he served as a writer and supervising producer on Fox’s “Gotham.” He is repped by UTA and The Shuman Company.

The novel was first published in 1990, the third entry in Ellroy’s “L.A. Quartet,” which explored life in the City of Angels in the 1940’s and ’50s. The »

- Joe Otterson

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Aaron Eckhart joins Amazon series 'The Romanoffs'

9 August 2017 12:43 PM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

The Romanoffs, set to debut next year, recently added Isabelle Huppert and Christina Hendricks.

Aaron Eckhart has joined the slate of guest stars on The Romanoffs, Matthew Weiner’s follow-up to Mad Men, co-produced with Weinstein Television.

Eckhart joins recently announced guest stars Isabelle Huppert, Christina Hendricks, John Slattery, Jack Huston, Amanda Peet, and Marthe Keller.

Weiner is set to direct all episodes of the one-hour contemporary anthology series set around the globe featuring separate stories about people who believe themselves to be descendants of the Russian royal family. 

Eckhart’s big screen credits include In The Company Of Men, which first drew him critical attention, as well as The Dark Knight as Harvey Dent/Two Face, The Black Dahlia, and London Has Fallen. He earned a Golden Globe nomination for Thank You For Smoking.

Eckhart was most recently seen co-starring opposite Tom Hanks in Clint Eastwood’s Sully, and in Bleed For This opposite Miles Teller.

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Exclusive: The Cast of ‘Stitchers’ Talks Season 3 Romances And The Real Life Murders They Would Solve

2 June 2017 6:00 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

It’s been over a year since Freeform’s only procedural drama, Stitchers, graced television screens with its season two finale, making the third season’s return more anticipated than ever -- and also requiring a bit of a refresher for viewers.

The series follows a government agency where people can “stitch” into the memories of people recently killed to investigate their unsolved murders.

For those that haven’t been binge-watching the entire series in preparation, the most important tidbit to remember from last season’s dramatic cliffhanger is Kirsten (Emma Ishta) was trapped in her own stitch memory while Cameron (Kyle Harris) did everything he could to bring her back out.

So where will our favorite team of scientific investigative murderers be when we pick up with them again? Et exclusively caught up with the cast ahead of the June 5 season premiere, and it looks like we will find them exactly where we left them.

“We »

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