All in all, Star Trek: Countdown to Darkness justifies its existence and does actually enhance the overall Into Darkness experience. Which, I guess, automatically places it a notch above almost every other TV/movie tie-in I’ve read in recent years.
Comic veterans Mark Waid and Paul Smith will be doing a team-up of their own this July, when the timeless creations join forces for The Rocketeer/The Spirit: Pulp Friction, a 4-issue miniseries published by IDW.
2010, IDW Story: Conor McCreery, Anthony Del Col Art: Andy Belanger Colours: Ian Herring Could any other scribe warrant such a passionate yet divisive response upon the mere utterance of his surname? For every uncultured individual who sees Shakespeare’s plays as the crux of a painful childhood, there seems to be an academically inclined counterpart […]
Dark Horse, $3.99 Story: Alan C. Martin Art: Rufus Dayglo Colours: Christian Krank Tank Girl is virtually synonymous with the British comic movement of the 90s, even if the disastrous movie (which introduced Naomi Watts to the world) failed to make the character more than a cult icon and frequenter of T-shirts. Crude, irreverent and […]
While comic book adaptations are nothing new to television, it’s only recently that comics themselves have featured so predominantly on TV. Heroes, The O.C. and Supernatural have all enjoyed episodes or story arcs involving them colourful lil’ pamphlets in some form or another. Ghost Whisperer will also be having a comic-centric episode this Friday 2nd […]
IDW, $3.99 Writers: Daniel Liatowitsch, Todd Ocvirk Art: Yair Herrera A young doctor’s promise is cut short when a car accident kills his parents and leaves him in need of experimental brain surgery. Josh finds his perceptions warping from between our established reality and a hellish landscape of organic, haemorrhaging structures and hideous physiognomies. Now […]