Tag Archives: movie/tv adaptations

Karl urban as Judge Dredd

Dredd Movie Review

In a year when Dark Knight Rises provided a challenging, multifaceted deconstruction of a beloved icon and The Avengers brought Marvel’s finest to the screen with unparalleled authenticity, Pete Travis’s Dredd is a stripped-down, ultraviolent take on the 2000AD icon which owes as much to Die Hard and Assault on Precinct 13 as it does the irreverent source material.

Snow White and the Huntsman - Kristen Stewart

Vote for New Comics Talent in the Eagle Awards Headhunter’s Challenge

As someone whose interest in mainstream comics is slowly diminishing with every year that passes – be that due to persistent rebooting, genre oversaturation or, most likely, my undernourished wallet – I find the Headhunter’s Challenge one of the most exciting categories in this year’s Eagle Awards. Based around the upcoming movie Snow White And […]

Shaun of the Dead

Shaun of the Dead Graphic Novel Review

2010, Titan Books Adapted by: Chris Ryall Art: Zach Howard, Sean Murphy Colours: Thompson Knox It’s time to hit the Winchester once more with the Shaun of the Dead comic adaptation, originally published by IDW in 2005 and brought to British shores a half-decade later by Titan Books. Not that I’m complaining. I haven’t seen […]

Alien vs. Predator: Three World War #1

Alien vs. Predator: Three World War #1 Review

Dark Horse, $3.50 Script: Randy Stradley Pencils: Rick Leonardi Inks: Mark Pennington Colours: Wez Dzioba Anyone who got into comics during the early nineties will likely have fond memories of Dark Horse’s numerous movie tie-ins, the most successful of which by far was Aliens vs. Predator and its thousand or so predecessors. Well, having recently […]