While IDW's consistently released miniseries and specials over the past few years, licensed Ghostbusters comics haven't been a monthly staple more or less since The Real Ghostbusters animated series tie-ins wrapped in the early '90s. According to a teaser on IDW Publisher/
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Sure, seeing beloved characters visually reduced to pixelated Nintendo Entertainment System homages is cool, but some artists out there take their quests even further in their portraiture oeuvres and push their limits to to near Atari 2600 levels to see how low-res they can really go. Andy Rash is one of them, and he's taken on Ghostbusters, Star Wars and various Beatles eras over the course of an
Beards: Alec Longstreth's two-years-and-running vow not to shave until he completes his graphic novel Basewood, has yielded wonderfully furry dividends - and he's still got a little more than a fourth of the project left to go!
Movies: Cowboys and Aliens has a new poster demonstrating its Old West-meets-Extraterrestrial aesthetic. Aliens dig honkin' Timex watches, apparently. Or they did. Who kno
Geeky burlesque has been thriving of late in places like Los Angeles and New York City, which is logical given the at least perceived confluence of creativity and shapeliness in either locale. In accordance with pop culture entropy, however, the initial undress of inherently attractive comic book, video game and science
There is a difference between knowing what the best movies of all time are and knowing which ones are you favorites. I'd never argue that "Ghostbusters II" is the greatest film in cinema history, but I've long held it up as one of my three favorite movies
Hey, you! It was just January 6th, and you know what that means? No, not Three Kings Day! It's Sherlock Holmes' birthday! Seriously, this was established in the old books, look it up.
Few characters have the staying power of London's Great Detective, who recently exploded back onto the big screen in a blockbuster movie starring Robert Downey Jr
Don't you just love the holiday season? Sure, maybe the incessant Christmas music and decorations roundabout town are getting a little gratuitous, but any unease is easily remedied by the knowledge that the words "holiday" and "presents" are essentially synonymous
This week, IDW will be releasing "Ghostbusters: Past, Present and Future." The holiday special issue, in which the team is hired by a stodgy old rich man to deal with three spirits that haunt him every Christmas, struck me as strangely familiar.
And no, I'm not talking about the obvious sense in that there's several dozen new reinterpretations of A Christm
Maybe it's because I'm something of a Scrooge myself, but I really, really get sick of "A Christmas Carol" adaptations. Since Charles Dickens is no longer with us to rake in the dough, the story's public domain status has lead to a pretty watered-down mythos that gets exploited by Hollywood every two years or so