Edgar Wright To Direct New Running Man Adaptation

Nearly 35 years after the novel was first brought to life on the screen with Arnold Schwarzenegger starring, Stephen King’s The Running Man is getting new life as Paramount is in final talks with Edgar Wright (Baby Driver) to helm a new adaptation of the sci-fi story. First published in 1982 under King’s pseudonym RichardContinue reading “Edgar Wright To Direct New Running Man Adaptation”

Suntup Editions To Release The Running Man Covers Collection Print By Don Brautigam

Suntup Editions presents another fantastic print from artist Don Brautigam to The Covers Collection. Previously, they have published Brautigam’s cover art from The Stand, Night Shift, Skeleton Crew, and The Bachman Books. This month, we are delighted to offer the art that appeared on the 1st edition cover of The Running Man. Following Don Brautigam’sContinue reading “Suntup Editions To Release The Running Man Covers Collection Print By Don Brautigam”

Barbara And Andy Muschietti Producing An Adaptation of Stephen King’s Roadwork

An adaptation of Roadwork by Stephen King will be produced by IT director Andy Muschietti and his partner/sister Barbara Muschietti.  The short novel by Richard Bachman was first published in 1981 and then later collected with other stories in 1985’s The Bachman Books. A few years later it was revealed that Bachman was a pseudonymContinue reading “Barbara And Andy Muschietti Producing An Adaptation of Stephen King’s Roadwork”

Suntup Editions Announces The Covers Collection Regulators Print By Chris Moore

Suntup Editions has announced The Regulators by artist Chris Moore as their latest addition to The Covers Collection. This beautifully detailed artwork graced the cover of the 1st U.K. edition of The Regulators by Richard Bachman, the “evil twin” pseudonym of Stephen King. Originally published in 1996 at the same time as its “mirror” novel, Desperation, theContinue reading “Suntup Editions Announces The Covers Collection Regulators Print By Chris Moore”

Stephen King’s The Long Walk In Development At New Line

After scaring up over $700 million with last year’s IT, New Line Cinema is diving back into Stephen King’s library of literary horrors with an adaptation of The Long Walk. The novel was originally written around 1966-67 but not published until 1979 under King’s pseudonym Richard Bachman. The story follows a group of teenage contestantsContinue reading “Stephen King’s The Long Walk In Development At New Line”

Suntup Editions Roadwork Print Now Available For Pre-Order

Suntup Editions has been so eager to release this print, and they are pleased it is finally seeing the light of day. Roadwork is one of Paul Suntup’s most favorite Stephen King novels, and the artist who created this cover back in 1981 was Darrel Millsap, a brilliant illustrator who also created many fine artContinue reading “Suntup Editions Roadwork Print Now Available For Pre-Order”

Roadwork, A Novel By Stephen King Now Available As A Trade Paperback

Only Stephen King, writing as Richard Bachman, can imagine the horror of a good and angry man who fights back against bureaucracy when it threatens to destroy his vitality, home, and memories. “Under any name King mesmerizes the reader” (Chicago Sun-Times). “I listened to myself. But people talk a different language inside.” It’s all comingContinue reading “Roadwork, A Novel By Stephen King Now Available As A Trade Paperback”

PS Publishing To Release Special Slipcased Anniversary Editions of Stephen King’s Thinner & Skeleton Crew In The Spring of 2014

Next year (spring and late winter respectively), PS Publishing will release special slipcased Anniversary editions of Stephen King’s Thinner (originally published under the by-line of Richard Bachman) and Skeleton Crew. Stepping up to the plate for artwork chores on Thinner is Les Edwards while multiple Jack Kirby Award-winning comic book artist Stephen R. Bissette isContinue reading “PS Publishing To Release Special Slipcased Anniversary Editions of Stephen King’s Thinner & Skeleton Crew In The Spring of 2014”

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