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Last week the twelve Gold Sponsor Comics for Free Comic Book Day 2015 were revealed [check out the covers and solicitations here], and now the remaining 38 Silver Sponsor Comics have been announced. Check out a list of the titles, along with a gallery of the covers here…
12 Gauge Comics| I.C.E.: Bayou Blackout
Action Lab Entertainment| Gronk And Friends
Antartctic Press| Steampunk Goldilocks
Archie Comic Publications| Sonic/Mega Man: “Worlds Unite” Flip-book
Aspen Mlt Inc. | Worlds Of Aspen 2015
Automatic Publishing| Hatter M: Love Of Wonder #1
Avatar| Mercury Heat Debut
Beguiling Books| Comic Festival! 2015 #1
Capstone| March Grand Prix
Cbldf| Defend Comics
Chapter House/Captain Canuck| Captain Canuck
Comixtribe| And Then Emily Was Gone #0
Dark Horse Comics| Avatar, Plants Vs Zombies, Bandette
DC Comics| Tba
Drawn & Quarterly| Supermutant Magic Academy/ Step Aside, Pops!
Fantagraphics Books Inc.| Hip Hop Family Tree Three-in-one Featuring Cosplayers
Gemstone Publishing| Overstreet’S Comic Book Marketplace
Hermes Press| The Phantom Fcbd »
- Gary Collinson
Anticipating a need for some legal representation after the new year? AMC’s got you covered.
The next night, Feb. 9, AMC will air the series’ second episode in its regular, Mondays-at-10 time slot.
“The series is set six years before Saul Goodman meets Walter White,” reads the Bad spin-off’s official description. “When we meet him, the man who will become Saul Goodman is known as Jimmy McGill, a small-time lawyer searching for his destiny, and, more immediately, hustling to make ends meet. »
Even if you’re paying close attention, it can be very difficult to keep track of who’s who in Game of Thrones. There are a lot of characters, first of all. Some of them with very similar names. And then there’s the task of sorting out the various relationships between the characters. Who’s married to whom? […]
The post Check It Out: Massive ‘Game of Thrones’ Family Tree Tracks Every House appeared first on /Film. »
- Angie Han
June "Mama June" Shannon reveals what could be a major health scare exclusively on Et.
News: The Honey Boo Boo Family Tree
"A lot of fans have asked [me], 'Do you have cancer?' I don't know," the 35-year-old mother of four tells Et's Brooke Anderson. "I maybe do. I don't know. We're going to run tests."
Mama June was alarmed by possible symptoms, including that she "pretty much sleeps all the time" and that "every bone in [her] body hurts."
She says that she plans to get checked out by a doctor, but has been holding off because she wants to put her children first.
News: Could Mama June Lose Her Kids?
The Department of Children and Family Services is also concerned about the welfare of Mama June's girls, as the authorities are investigating the family to be sure that the children are safe. After interviewing her three youngest girls (Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson, 9, Lauryn "Pumpkin »
News: Complete Honey Boo Boo Family Tree
"I ain't got nothing against Mark," said Sugar Bear. "He done his time ... Since he's been out, I haven't heard of him doing nothing wrong."
While McDaniel may not have had any reported incidences since his release from prison, prior to his incarceration, Mama June's eldest daughter Anna "Chickadee" Cardwell filed charges against him with the help of her grandmother when she was 8-years-old after he molested her.
Brooke asked Sugar Bear if he had a problem with seeing McDaniel around his 9-year-old daughter Alana "Honey Boo Boo" Thompson.
"To an extent, yes I do," he replied. "It's something that never should have happened, and when I found out about it, it hurt me »
The 35-year-old mother of four told Et's Brooke Anderson that she reunited with McDaniel for two reasons: closure for her daughter Pumpkin, who at one time believed that McDaniel might be her father, and because she felt sorry for McDaniel.
News: Honey Boo Boo Family Tree: Complete Break Down of Everyone Involved
"I didn't know how sickly he was. He just got leukemia," said Mama June. "He's got all this stuff wrong with him."
TLC canceled Here Comes Honey Boo Boo after the release of pictures showing Mama June and McDaniel house hunting. Mama June assured Brooke that the two were looking for a home for Mama June and not looking for a place to move into together.
As for McDaniel's crimes against Chickadee, Mama June admitted »
Fans will greet Stephen Merchant‘s “Hello Ladies” once again on HBO, this time as “Hello Ladies: The Movie.” The canceled series will wrap up its loose ends when it debuts on the premium cable channel on Nov. 22. The film picks picks up at a point when Stuart (Merchant) learns that his British ex-girlfriend is planning to visit Los Angeles with her husband. He sets out to impress them with his glamorous lifestyle, enlisting a Russian model he's just met to play the role of his beautiful girlfriend. Also read: HBO Not Going Forward With ‘Family Tree,’ ‘Hello Ladies’ “Hello Ladies” was. »
- Gina Hall
Dawn Wiener is dead, long live Dawn Wiener! Todd Solondz‘s second feature film, Welcome to the Dollhouse, is hailed as the filmmaker’s big breakthrough — a bold, gross, weird and uncomfortably honest look at one awkward tween’s coming-of-age in nineties New Jersey. The film starred Heather Matarazzo as Dawn “Wiener Dog” Wiener, an outcast desperate to fit in with her bone-headed peers, her terrible family and a classmate who repeatedly attempts to rape her. As is Solondz’s signature, the film is admirable and unique, even if you feel like you need a shower after watching it. The Hollywood Reporter now reports that Solondz is “sort of” working a sequel to the 1995 Sundance Grand Jury Prize-winning feature film, as the filmmaker is currently casting for Wiener-Dog, billed as “an ensemble indie that is tied together thematically by a dachshund.” Moreover, “the script tells several stories featuring people who find their life inspired or changed by »
- Kate Erbland
ABC has given a put pilot commitment to Sony Pictures TV and Chris O’Dowd for a U.S. rendition of his autobiographical sitcom “Moone Boy.”
The single-cam comedy follows 12-year-old Martin Moone in a coming-of-age story as his sarcastic, imaginary friend helps him navigate the challenges of his childhood.
O’Dowd is set to write and exec produce the series, along with Dave Becky and Nick Frenkel of 3Arts Entertainment, Sony Pictures Television, Sprout Pictures Limited, Baby Cow Prods. and Hot Cod Prods.
The original “Moone Boy,” set in a small Irish town in the 1980s, has already run two seasons on Sky1 in Ireland and the U.K., and on PBS and Hulu in the U.S. David Rawle stars as Martin with O’Dowd playing his imaginary friend Sean.
O’Dowd is best known for his roles in “Bridesmaids” and British series “The It Crowd.” He can »
- Shelli Weinstein
Chris O'Dowd is bringing his critically acclaimed comedy Moone Boy to ABC. The network has handed out a hefty put-pilot commitment to the semi-autobiographical comedy from the Family Tree and Bridesmaids alum, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. O'Dowd created, writes and stars in the International Emmy-winning comedy, which is described as a quirky show about 12-year-old Martin Moone and the sarcastic, imaginary friend who helps him navigate the challenges of his eccentric childhood. See more Faces of Fall 2014 O'Dowd will pen the script and executive produce ABC's single-camera adaptation. Unlike the original series, O'Dowd is
- Lesley Goldberg
Chris O'Dowd is bringing “Moone Boy” to ABC. “The It Crowd” and “Family Tree” star has sold a comedy project, “Moone Boy,” to the network with a put pilot commitment. The half-hour, single-camera project is based on O'Dowd's semi-autobiographical Irish sitcom of the same title. Described as a “quirky comedy,” the project revolves around 12-year-old Martin Moone and the sarcastic, imaginary friend who helps him navigate the challenges of his eccentric childhood. Also read: ‘Of Mice and Men’ Theater Review: James Franco, Chris O'Dowd Bring Vibrant and Poignant Life to Steinbeck Revival O'Dowd — who created, writes and stars in the original. »
- Tim Kenneally
We are back! Who are we? What are we back to? Who the heck knows!? But look at this fancy new post that isn’t at all disturbing!
NBC might not have aired it, but we here at This is Our Design were never going to pass up on the chance to talk about “Oeuf,” Hannibal‘s most notorious episode. Co-hosts Sean Colletti and Kate Kulzick are joined by David Bax of Battleship Pretension and Hey, Watch This! to break down the episode (and…break…some…eggs!? (it’s a pun on the title (only now do we realize breaking and cracking something are two different processes))). Discussion centers heavily around ideas of family as we lead into some of our best editions of the recurring segments yet: “Kate’s Classical Corner,” “The Devil in the Details,” and “Spoiled Meat,” which has much to do with kitchenware. Have a listen »
- Sean Colletti
Better Call Saul‘s titular lawyer isn’t just someone you’d want in your corner; he’s someone you’ll need. (Or at least that’s what he wants you to think.)
Related AMC Renews Breaking Bad Prequel, Moves Premiere Date — See First Photo
“You hope you never need it,” he tells a potential client. “But man, oh man, not having it? No!“
Related Better Call Saul: AMC Confirms Series Regulars, Teases [Spoiler's] Return
Premiering in February, »
Last weekend at Comic-Con, we joined a small group of journalists for an interview session with the main cast and executive producer of Supernatural. Stars Jared Padalecki (Sam), Jensen Ackles (Dean), Misha Collins (Castiel), and Executive Producer Jeremy Carver provided details on some of Season 9′s big moments and teased what we can expect from Season 10.
Executive Producer Jeremy Carver:
It seems like there are some excellent storytelling opportunities with the introduction of the Men of Letters Bunker. Do you plan on having a continued focus on that in Season 10?
When we introduced the Men of Letters, not just as a location, but one of the final pieces or the Winchester Family Tree, it opened up for the writers and enormous trove of possibilities. Yes, we’re always coming up with fantastic ways of looking at the Men of Letters and it’s become such a part of the »
- Jordan Smith
Team Better Call Saul has officially assembled.
Related AMC Renews Breaking Bad Prequel — See First Photo
At the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour in Beverly Hills on Friday, AMC confirmed the full line-up of series regulars joining star Bob Odenkirk.
Michael McKean (Family Tree) will play Saul’s brother Chuck, Jonathan Banks will reprise his Breaking Bad role of Mike Ehrmantraut, Rhea Seehorn (Franklin & Bash) will play Kim, Patrick Fabian (Grey’s Anatomy) will play Hamlin and Michael Mando (Orphan Black) will play Mando.
“The series is set six years before Saul Goodman meets Walter White,” reads the »
Melissa Maerz: Jeff,
When the Emmy nominations were announced this morning, I was sitting at my desk, shouting, “Hodor! Hodor! Hodor!” Game of Thrones dominated with 19 nominations! Hot pie for everyone! I’d quibble with the fact that Noah Hawley’s fantastic update of Fargo didn’t get a best drama nod, especially since it was the runner-up with 18 nominations, and The Good Wife was unjustly ignored in that category, coming off its best season ever—it might be the only network drama that I truly loved—but the rest of the list was pretty solid. Among the smartest choices »
- Melissa Maerz
Is "The Girlfriend Experience" about to become the new "Fargo"? Starz announced on Monday (June 23) that it has ordered a somewhat fascinating -- in concept, if Tbd in terms of execution -- 13-part anthology series based on Steven Soderbergh's 2009 indie. "The Girlfriend Experience," if you've somehow forgotten, featured adult actress Sasha Grey as a high-end Manhattan escort offering Gfe, Girlfriend Experiences meant to simulate the intimacies of actual marriages or relationships. A 2009 Sundance premiere, "The Girlfriend Experience" wouldn't immediately seem to be the most likely movie-to-tv transfer. It grossed under $700,000 at the domestic box office and reviews were more "curious" than positive/negative for the drama, which had a running time of under 80 minutes. "The Girlfriend Experience" is probably thought of among Soderbergh's digital experiments, projects like "Full Frontal" or "Bubble," rather than positioned among the Oscar and Emmy winner's bigger critical or popular successes. It appears that the »
- Daniel Fienberg
Starz has ordered 13 half-hour episodes of the television series “The Girlfriend Experience” from Transactional Pictures and executive producers Steven Soderbergh and Philip Fleishman. Based on Soderbergh's 2009 film of the same name, “The Girlfriend Experience” will be a 13-part anthology written and directed by independent filmmakers Lodge Kerrigan, who has directed episodes of “The Killing,” “The Americans,” and “Bates Motel,” among others, and Amy Seimetz, a writer, producer and actress best known for being a series regular on “The Killing” and her recurring role on HBO's “Family Tree.” Kerrigan and Seimetz will also serve as executive producers. The series will »
- Jethro Nededog
You might feel some apprehension about the Breaking Bad spin-off Better Call Saul, but you know you’re going to watch it. When it finally arrives, that is. The show, which is to star Bob Odenkirk reprising his role as lawyer Saul Goodman, was supposed to debut on AMC this November. The bad news is that it’s been pushed back until early next year. The good news, though, is that the cable network is excited about what they’ve seen so far and have already renewed the series for a second season. The first will be 10 episodes, and the second, arriving early 2016, will add another 13. Vince Gilligan is directing the pilot and will share showrunning duties with Peter Gould, who created Goodman as a Breaking Bad writer in season 2 (the character’s debut episode was also called “Better Caul Saul”). Michael McKean, who was so great recently on HBO’s canceled Family Tree is also in »
- Christopher Campbell
The Television Academy of Arts & Sciences released this year's Emmy ballots on Monday. Now that the ballots are out, it's time for our annual two-pronged experiment, in which Dan tries to predict the likeliest nominees in each major category, while I pretend that I'm an actually TV Academy member and pick the six nominees that would make me the happiest. We are, as always, playing by the Emmy rules, which means we can't argue for someone who didn't submit themselves (say, Alan Cumming for "The Good Wife"), can't move someone from lead to supporting or vice versa, and can't declare that "True Detective" is a miniseries and therefore clear more room in the drama categories. I'm also obviously limited by what I watched and what I haven't. I've only seen a couple of "Nurse Jackie" episodes so far this season, for instance, and the sample size wasn't enough for me »
- Alan Sepinwall
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