In a world where even the game Battleship -- in which the object is to get so bored that someone goes off and invents video games -- can be adapted into the form of a movie, it seems like there's no game that can't be fleshed out by an enterprising filmmaker. Occasionally,
Marvel's Captain America: The First Avenger will be hitting theaters later this summer, but we've got something that'll hopefully make that wait a little easier and maybe even get you more excited for the final product. This we
Fifteen years ago Sylvester Stallone and Rob Schneider managed to slightly smudge (and in some cases completely demolish) the general public's perception of "2000 AD's" most famous futuristic judge, jury and executioner
Though it may be hard to believe, most folks working in the comic book industry were at one time plain ol' fans who did fanboy type stuff -- case in point, former DC/Oni/Dark Horse and current IDW editor, Bob Schreck, who back in the early 1980's made a fan film titled "The Incredible Hulk Meets The Ever Lovin' Blue Eyed Thing
We've seen the madness that lurks inside the cells of Arkham Asylum in comics animation and video games, but until "City of Scars," we'd never seen it in a fan film.
Here's the 30 minute fan film's official synopsis:
When the Joker e
We're not necessarily closer to a feature length film adaptation of Vertigo's "The Nobody," but in the meantime, you can enjoy a short film based on the critically acclaimed graphic novel.
For the uninitiated, "The Nobody" comes from "Essex County" and "Sweet Tooth" creator Jeff Lemire. The story centers o