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So, Twitter news (cue most of you scrolling down past this part)… I recently griped on Twitter about Warren Ellis and Scott Snyder (one is the writer of ‘Transmetropolitan’, the other writes ‘Batman’). My gripe with Warren Ellis is that he’s moved on to writing novels and really doesn’t interact much at all with the comic book community as a whole, as well as letting his primary publisher, Avatar Press, fall to ruin with bad horror comics like ‘Crossed’. Snyder, on the other hand, ended his incredible run on ‘Swamp Thing’ far too soon in favor of writing the higher-profile and more expensive ‘Superman Unchained’, as well as publishing his excellent new sci-fi horror ‘The Wake’ through the loathsome Vertigo Comics.
I did Not expect to have a conversation with either of them, but I (sorta) did! Warren basically shot back with curt, colorless responses that pretty much »
- Chris Melkus
Cory Monteith dead at 31: Glee actor found dead in Vancouver hotel room Cory Monteith, best known as the character Finn Hudson in the television series Glee, was found dead at a Vancouver hotel earlier today, July 13. The Canadian-born Monteith (Calgary, on May 11, 1982) was 31. As reported on CNN, police say the cause of death is unclear, but the possibility of foul play seems to have been discarded. Cory Monteith had an unspecified drug-addiction problem, and entered rehab last April. In one interview, Monteith said he had begun using drugs at age 13. Cory Monteith movies According to the IMDb, Cory Monteith’s movie career included only 11 features, two of which currently in post-production. His first film credits date from 2006: small roles in John Whitesell’s comedy Deck the Halls, starring Danny DeVito, Matthew Broderick, and Kristin Davis; Richard Valentine’s horror thriller Bloody Mary; and James Wong’s horror mystery Final Destination 3, »
- Andre Soares
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