‘Interview with the Vampire’ to be released as graphic novel, told from Claudia’s point of view

Are not the child vampires the most horrifying and intriguing?  As fine a job that Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise did as Louise and Lestat, respectfully, it could very well be said that Kirsten Dunst stole the show with her portrayal of Claudia in the 1994 film adaptation of Anne Rice’s, Interview with the Vampire. Continue reading “‘Interview with the Vampire’ to be released as graphic novel, told from Claudia’s point of view”

The Fantastic Nostalgia of: Mars Attacks – 50th Anniversary Collection

In 1962, Topps introduced a limited run of science fiction trading cards, packed with a thin slice of powdery bubble gum, to a limited public entitled, Mars Attacks.  Violent, gory and filling the need for a trading card representation in the growing sci-fi community, Mars Attacks sold well.  The public backlash towards the gruesome images, however, spooked the Topps corporation, inducing them to pull theContinue reading “The Fantastic Nostalgia of: Mars Attacks – 50th Anniversary Collection”

M.I.T.N.G. Reviews – Metro: A Story of Cairo

Software designer and computer network hacker, Shehab, is trapped in a self-proclaimed ‘cage’ that is the Egyptian government and social system of complacency.  Following the demise of his programming business due to multinational takeover, he is left bankrupt and in debt to a local thug boss who elbowed his way into Shehab’s affairs.   Frustrated, jobless, and pursuedContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G. Reviews – Metro: A Story of Cairo”

TUNE book 1: Vanishing Point by Derek Kirk Kim delivers science fiction, fun and honesty unlike anything I’ve ever read

First Second Publishing has gone and done it again. This time they’ve teamed up with graphic novelist and artist Derek Kirk Kim (Fables, 1001 Nights Of Snowfall) for this funny, yet sometimes dark, inter-deminsional coming of age story. TUNE is a sci-fi slice-of-life romantic comedy adventure of interdimensional proportions. When art school drop-out Andy GoContinue reading “TUNE book 1: Vanishing Point by Derek Kirk Kim delivers science fiction, fun and honesty unlike anything I’ve ever read”

M.I.T.N.G. Reviews: ‘Dear Creature’ by Jonathan Case

Jonathan Case has created a graphic novel entwining the motifs of classic horror films and the tragic comedies of ancient master playwrights.  Although my mental catalog is small, I can think of no other debut that has equaled the depths of artistry, storytelling and dialogue that Mr. Case has accomplished with, Dear Creature.  Employing theContinue reading “M.I.T.N.G. Reviews: ‘Dear Creature’ by Jonathan Case”

Jeffrey Morris’ Daedalus Series: Changing the culture of science fiction

Writer, artist, and creator of FutureDude.com, Jeffrey Morris has developed something I believe to be truly unique in the graphic novel and science fiction industry.  Instead of exhibiting a world sometimes unreachable in our dreams of future space exploration, Mr. Morris has teamed up with not only top-notch illustrators and writers, but, also scientists and engineers toContinue reading “Jeffrey Morris’ Daedalus Series: Changing the culture of science fiction”

YOU DON”T MESS WITH THE BROXO!!

That’s right…I said it…you don’t. This little Blue Lagoon/Clan Of The Cave Bear coming of age graphic novel, is one beautifully drawn and well written story. I’m always a sucker for good art and Broxo didn’t disappoint. The two leads, Broxo and Zora were visually stunning! Zack Giallongo, without wasting precious dialogue, created a tonContinue reading “YOU DON”T MESS WITH THE BROXO!!”

ALFONSO GOMEZ-REJON SET TO DIRECT ARCHAIA ENTERTAINMENT’S WEREWOLF NOVEL “FEEDING GROUND”

The name Alfonse Gomez-Rejon may not be known to you, but he has several years experience in Hollywood and has created quite an impressive track record for himself. He started out as an assistant for Martin Scorcese, Robert Deniro and Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu then quickly moved up the ladder to 2nd Unit Director for suchContinue reading “ALFONSO GOMEZ-REJON SET TO DIRECT ARCHAIA ENTERTAINMENT’S WEREWOLF NOVEL “FEEDING GROUND””