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"Witchblade: Life After"

Image Comics' "Witchblade" #4, available March 21, 2018, in support of another "Witchblade" live-action TV series, is written by Caitlin Kittredge and illustrated by Roberta Ingranata, with a cover by Ingranata:

"...in 'Life After', part four, 'Alex' has survived her first major test as the supernatural 'Witchblade'...

"...but now a far more powerful foe has set its sights on taking her down.

"To come out on top, Alex must fully embrace her role as the Witchblade's host...

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"Witchblade"

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Image Comics' "Witchblade" #3, available February 7, 2018, in support of a new, developing "Witchblade" TV series, is written by Caitlin Kittredge and illustrated by Roberta Ingranata, with a cover by Ingranata:

"...in 'Life After', part three, a missing-child case brings 'Alex' and the 'Witchblade' face to face with a powerful demon. 

"When Alex begins to suspect 'Ash' isn't telling her everything about the 'Artifact', she turns to her own sources for information, with devastating results..."

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Altered Carbon: Meet the 3 Actors Playing Takeshi Kovacs

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If you haven't jumped into Netflix's newest original TV series, Altered Carbon, stop reading right now and go get your binge on. If you have started and are wondering just what's up with the multiple Takeshi Kovacs-es, we can help. Be warned of light spoilers from the first season of Altered Carbon. This new sci-fi drama, based on the book of the same name by Richard K. Morgan, is set 300 years in the future where human consciousness is now downloadable and can be reuploaded into new bodies when an old body has died. At the start of the series, Kovacs is seen being gunned down in an apartment alongside his lover, Sarah. At this point, Kovacs is being played by Byron Mann. He is a former member of the Envoy Corps, an elite military intelligence force, but he left the envoys to become a mercenary. When law enforcement tracks
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Comics Corner: Barbarella #2, The Damned #7, Witchblade #2, Head Lopper #8, and More

Comics Corner is back with another round of awesome horror/fantasy comics! Kicking off things today is Barbarella #2. We also have a look at Bloodshot Salvation #5, Damned #7, four preview pages from Coyotes #3, Deadman #3, Witchblade #2, Headlopper #8, plus an alternative cover for Mister Miracle #6, and Pestilence #6.

Barbarella #2: "Our spacefaring heroine may have been enlisted by Earth's underground, but that doesn't mean she trusts her new allies. On the run in an alien city, hunting for a doomsday device that might end a war, Barbarella has to choose a side and stick to it. But it might not be the one you expect...

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Rating: Mature

Cover A: Marcos Martin

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Cover B: Paul Pope

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Cover C: Stephen Segovia

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Cover D: Fay Dalton

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Cover E Subscription: Kenan Yarar

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Writer: Mike Carey

Art: Kenan Yarar

Genre: Science Fiction, Adventure

Publication Date: January 2018

Format: Comic Book

Page Count: 32 Pages.
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"Witchblade: Life After"

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Image Comics "Witchblade" #2, is written by Caitlin Kittredge and illustrated by Roberta Ingranata, with covers by Bryan Valenza and Rob Liefeld, available January 10, 2018:

"...in 'Life After' Part Two, struggling to adapt to her new life, 'Alex' finds she's the prime suspect in the death of an 'NYPD' detective--and that the dead cop had powerful and corrupt friends who will do anything to keep his business dealings quiet.

"But in the world of the 'Witchblade', nothing is quite what it seems, and Alex soon learns that there's more than greed at play inside the circle of corruption. The bent cops also have a supernatural backer and Alex has just landed in his crosshairs..."

"In 'Witchblade #1, now available, gunned down and left for dead on a New York rooftop, the life of 'Alex Underwood' should have ended there—but instead, at the moment of death,
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Horror Highlights: Desolation Images, December Contest from Comet TV, The Bone Box, Surge Of Power: The Stuff Of Heroes

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A camping trip takes a turn into unsettling territory in the new film Desolation, which comes out this week and is teased in a new batch of images in today's Horror Highlights. We also have a December contest from our friends at Comet TV, the trailer for the new horror film The Bone Box, and details on the star-studded cast of Surge of Power: The Stuff of Heroes.

New Stills from Desolation: IFC Midnight will release Desolation in select theaters and on VOD and digital platforms on December 15th, including special Q&A screenings:

"New York City

Special Advance Screening on Thursday, December 14, at 9pm at the IFC Center with Q&A with editor Alexander Frasse, producer Kim Patton, associate producer Ned Donovan, and composer Marcus Bagala. Tickets available here: http://www.ifccenter.com/films/desolation/

L.A.

Opening Night Q&A on Friday, December 15 (9:05pm show), with director Sam Patton,
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Witchblade #1 Second Printing & Issue #2 Due Out on January 10th from Image Comics

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A new take on the comic book series originally co-created by Marc Silvestri, Brian Haberlin, Michael Turner, and David Wohl, Witchblade #1 has been so well-received that it's getting a second printing from Image Comics that will be released on January 10th, the same day the anticipated second issue hits stands:

Press Release: Portland, Or, 12/12/2017 — Fans fell in love with Alex Underwood—writer Caitlin Kittredge (Throwaways, Coffin Hill) and artist Roberta Ingranata’s newest Witchblade host—in Witchblade #1's fresh spin on the classic comic series. Witchblade was first co-created by Image Comics co-founder and partner, Marc Silvestri, with Brian Haberlin, Michael Turner, and David Wohl, and launched as an all-new series last week to overwhelming critical acclaim. It will be fast-tracked for a second printing in order to keep up with increasing customer demand.

“Issue #1 has sold out! Wow, thank you to all the fans for supporting this bold new chapter in the Witchblade saga!
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Batman and The Joker Will Team Up in a New Comic From Marc Silvestri

Image Comics co-founder Marc Silvestri has been working on developing a Batman comic book for years and today we have some information on what that comic will entail. It sounds like it's gonna be pretty awesome! 

The comic will be a six-issue miniseries for DC Comics that will focus on Batman teaming up and fighting alongside the Joker! All we know is that the iconic hero and villain will be fighting a villain together, we just don't know who that villain will be! What kind of villain would bring these two characters to form an alliance? 

Silvestri, who is known for creating Witchblade and The Darkness, will write and draw the Batman comic. This isn't the first time he's worked on a Batman comic, either. He previously worked on the Batman Black & White story.

Over the years that Silvestri has been working on the new comic, some art has been
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'The Bone Box' is sure to haunt viewers

Seth Metoyer,

MoreHorror.com

Horror film 'The Bone Box' has recently begun principal photography in La.

The film is about a grave robber who comes to believe he's being haunted by those he stole from. Not all graves are quiet.

Check out some of the first stills below the official release.

From The Press Release

The Bone Box is a horror film that began principal photography on April 10th in Los Angeles. Written, directed and produced by newcomer Luke Genton, the film tells the story of a grave robber who comes to believe that he’s being haunted by those he stole from. The Bone Box is a character-driven ghost story in the vein of The Others and Insidious.

The film stars Michelle Krusiec (The Invitation), Maria Olsen (Starry Eyes, Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief), and newcomer Gareth Koorzen. Rounding out the cast is Jamie Bernadette
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Witchblade: NBC Developing Second TV Show Based on the Comics

Witchblade is getting a second chance on the small screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, NBC is developing a new TV show based on the comic book series.From Top Cow Productions, the original comic follows Sara Pezzini, a homicide detective who discovers the Witchblade, a supernatural bracelet that offers insight into the crimes she's trying to solve. A TV series starring Yancy Butler as Sara aired on TNT from 2001 to 2002.Read More…
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Witchblade TV series in development at NBC

THR is reporting that NBC is teaming up with Carol Mendelsohn (CSI) and Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries) for a TV adaptation of the Top Cow comic book Witchblade from creator Marc Silvestri.

According to the site, the show “centers on homicide detective Sara Pezzini, who’s on the hunt for an elusive serial killer and must navigate the grisly streets and police politics of San Francisco’s Mission District — until one day, the bracelet she has worn her entire life gives her supernatural insight into a crime she’s trying to solve. Her bracelet is the Witchblade, an amulet that has been worn by remarkable women throughout history, and Sara is next in line.”

Witchblade ran for 185 issues between 1995 and 2015, and was previously adapted as a TV series by TNT in 2201, with Yancy Butler taking on the lead role for its two seasons. A feature film adaptation was announced it 2008, but failed to materialise.
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Witchblade Is Being Adapted into a TV Series... Again

Image Comic's Witchblade is once again being adapted as a TV series. It's being produced by Sony Pictures Television and NBC Universal, and Cb confirmed that it will air on NBC.

According to the report, the new series will include "a police procedural element that makes sense given the fact that Sara Pezzini, the woman who wears the Witchblade, is a cop in the comics, as well." They go on to describe what we can expect to see in the series saying:

Homicide detective Sara Pezzini is on the hunt for an elusive serial killer. Pezzini must navigate the grisly streets and police politics of San Francisco’s Mission District—until one day the bracelet she has worn her entire life gives her supernatural insight into a crime she’s trying to solve. Her bracelet is the Witchblade, an amulet that has been worn by remarkable women throughout history, and Sara is next in line.
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NBC puts Witchblade series into development from Vampire Diaries creator

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Created by Marc Silvestri, David Wohl, Brian Haberlin and Michael Turner, Witchblade was a major success for Top Cow Productions back in 1995 and the series would go on to continue for twenty years as well as spin off into a variety of other media, including a short-lived TV series which aired on TNT. It seems that Witchblade will soon be returning to television as NBC has tapped Carol Mendelsohn (CSI) and... Read More...
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Witchblade Reboot in the Works at NBC From Vampire Diaries Showrunner

Witchblade Reboot in the Works at NBC From Vampire Diaries Showrunner
Time to get that magical bracelet out of storage.

NBC is rebooting Witchblade, the comic-book series that already inspired a short-lived TNT drama, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The new version, which has scored a script commitment from the network, will launch with a pilot written by Vampire Diaries showrunner Caroline Dries; CSI producer Carol Mendelsohn is also on board as an executive producer.

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Witchblade centers on Sara Pezzini, a homicide detective who discovers a bracelet that gives her incredible crime-solving abilities. The bracelet — known as the Witchblade
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A Witchblade Reboot Is In The Works At NBC From Carol Mendelsohn And Caroline Dries

The Hollywood Reporter reveals that NBC is moving forward with a small screen adaptation of Marc Silvestri's Witchblade. The network has paired up with Carol Mendelsohn (CSI) and Caroline Dries (The Vampire Diaries) to bring the Top Cow comic book to the small screen, and the latter is penning the script and will executive produce alongside her fellow The Vampire Diaries scribe Brian Young. According to the trade, Witchblade will, "focus on homicide detective Sara Pezzini, on the hunt for an elusive serial killer, who must navigate the grisly streets and police politics of San Francisco’s Mission District — until one day the bracelet she has worn her entire life gives her supernatural insight into a crime she’s trying to solve. Her bracelet is the Witchblade, an amulet that has been worn by remarkable women throughout history, and Sara is next in line." So, pretty close to the comic books!
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'Witchblade' Reboot From Carol Mendelsohn, Caroline Dries Set at NBC

NBC is looking to get back into the comic book genre.

The network is teaming with CSI grad Carol Mendelsohn and The Vampire Diaries showrunner Caroline Dries to adapt Marc Silvestri's Top Cow comic Witchblade, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The drama has landed at NBC with a script commitment.

Based on the graphic novel of the same name, the Sony Pictures Television drama centers on homicide detective Sara Pezzini, on the hunt for an elusive serial killer, who must navigate the grisly streets and police politics of San Francisco’s Mission District — until one day the bracelet she has...
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Horror Highlights: The Walking Dead #164 Variant Cover, The Bye Bye Man, The Magicians Wattpad Story, Wolf House, Pitchfork, Jason Lives Pin

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The Walking Dead gets a makeover in one of several new covers that celebrate Image Comics' upcoming 25th anniversary. In today's Horror Highlights, we also have a look at a "scare video" for The Bye Bye Man, information on a new Wattpadd short story contest for The Magicians, DVD release details for Wolf House, a behind-the-scenes featurette for Pitchfork, and a look at a killer Jason Lives enamel pin from London 1888.

The Walking Dead #164 Variant Cover: Press Release: "Image Comics is thrilled to reveal the first 11 of 15 homage variants planned for February’s 25th anniversary theme month—“tribute covers” celebrating iconic cover images from throughout the company’s history.

Each month of Image’s 25th year will boast a theme for special anniversary variants, beginning with Wednesday, February 1st—the exact date of Image Comics’ founding in 1992, and the date of this year’s “Image Comics Day.”

“One of the
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Image Comics celebrate 25 years with variants galore!

Image Comics, you know the company right?? The guys behind the smash-hit The Walking Dead and Southern Bastards amongst many, many, others that I am currently forgetting. Well Image are celebrating 25 years in business this year and have decided the best way possible to celebrate the fact would be to bring you variant covers of all there greatest hits. Calm down all you comic book completionists there will be plenty of choice however the event will only be taking place through the month of February so get your pull-list sorted.

From the press release:

Image Comics is thrilled to reveal the first 11 of 15 homage variants planned for February’s 25th anniversary theme month—“tribute covers” celebrating iconic cover images from throughout the company’s history. Each month of Image’s 25th year will boast a theme for special anniversary variants, beginning with Wednesday, February 1st—the exact date of Image
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Image Comics unveils ten more 25th anniversary homage variants

Earlier this month Image Comics announced that it is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a series of homage variants, commemorating popular issues from its back catalogue. The announcement came with a look at the cover for Deadly Class #26, paying tribute to Cyber Force #1 [see here], and now we’ve got a further ten; check them out here…

“One of the great things about celebrating our 25th anniversary is that it creates an opportunity for us to look back at over two decades of history-making comics and showcase some of the wonderful work that made Image what it is today,” said Eric Stephenson, Publisher at Image Comics. “Everyone in the Image family is a fan at heart, and this month’s tribute variants give the participating creators a chance to show their admiration for some of comics’ greatest creator-owned triumphs by putting their own unique spin on classic images from that rich and
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"Baywatch" Hunk David Chokachi, 47, Resurfaces on the Beach -- See Him Now!

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For four glorious years, David Chokachi played blonde hottie lifeguard Cody Madison on "Baywatch" -- famously donning those red shorts and not much else from 1995-1999. The actor romanced both Pam Anderson and Carmen Electra on the series, before starring on the short-lived cult TV series "Witchblade" and a surfing series for The N called "Beyond the Break." It's clear David's love of the waves carries over into his real life, as the 47-year-old star was spotted on the beach over the weekend hitting the surf. Sporting some Hurley surf gear, the father-of-one looked confident as ever (and still pretty damn hot) on his board in Malibu. Chokachi constantly shares beach pics on his Instagram page, including this shirtless shot on the sand. Not too shabby, right? The actor -- who also starred on the VH1 reality show "Confessions of a Teen Idol" in 2009 -- and wife Susan welcomed daughter
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