Will success kill Batman? Just as The Dark Knight closes in on $1 billion worldwide gross, DC Comics is ready to have Bruce Wayne “die” — or at least give up the cape — in his monthly comic. Batman #681, due Nov. 26, wraps up writer Grant Morrison’s Batman R.I.P. story line, in which theContinue reading “Neil Gaiman To Design A Demise For Batman”
The Office at StephenKing.com will be a revolutionary interactive virtual world based on the office of Stephen King. This bold new experience will offer users a chance to step inside the very eclectic space of Mr. King and explore the many artifacts, memorabilia, and items housed within his office. Look for The Office to openContinue reading “Stephen King’s Office”
The movie version of Neil Gaiman’s award-winning novella Coraline will be a 3-D stop-motion extravaganza, according to the author. “It’s the biggest, most strange, expressive, peculiar, enormous stop-motion film I think that’s ever been made,” Gaiman told Wired.com. “Everything is created, everything is handmade.” Directed by Henry Selick, who worked with producer TimContinue reading “Neil Gaiman Calls Coraline the Strangest Stop-Motion Film Ever”
For me, the holiday choice between Thanksgiving and Christmas is easy. I choose the Turkey Day every time. Christmas, which entails the Great American Mall Death March, is stressful. Thanksgiving, on the other hand, is a day of peace in my house. Everyone stuffs up, then chooses their post-meal favorite: football or a nap (IContinue reading “Stephen King Shares What He Is And Is Not Thankful For In 2008”
Yesterday Donald M. Grant Publishers mailed flyers accepting advance orders for Stephen King’s The Little Sisters of Eluria. The books have 13 full color plates and many black and white illustrations by acclaimed fantasy artist Michael Whelan. The hardcover will be released in 2 editions, an Artist’s Edition and a Deluxe Edition. The Artist’sContinue reading “Stephen King’s The Little Sisters of Eluria Available For Pre-Order”
Celebrate a half-century of everyone’s favorite building toy with 50 Years of the LEGO Brick ($45). This 63-page book chronicles the history of the LEGO brick, from its early beginnings in Denmark to present day. It includes a copy of the 1958 LEGO brick patent, historic photos, removable reprints of classic LEGO catalogs and promotionalContinue reading “50 Years of the LEGO Brick”
Showtime is developing an hour long project from comic book icon Stan Lee that tracks the life of a gay superhero. The project is being executive produced by Lee and the president and CEO of his Pow! Entertainment banner, Gill Champion. The story focuses on an up-and-coming superhero who struggles to hide his secret identitiesContinue reading “Showtime And Stan Lee Bring Gay Superhero To TV”
According to Stephen King’s web site, “Under the Dome”, his next novel will be released in the Fall of 2009.
Stephen King discusses: A Return to the Short Story, The Art of Terrifying and Duma Key: A New Setting with Borders Books HERE.
The timeless James Bond is everyone’s favorite spy, and he’s been successfully killing bad guys, scoring beautiful women and saving the world on the big screen since 1962’s Dr. No. When he released Casino Royale in 1953, English novelist Ian Fleming could never have imagined the heights of popularity his 007 character would reach. SinceContinue reading “5 Things You Didn’t Know About James Bond”