The central concept behind "Twilight" -- and its sequel, "New Moon," which is currently destroying box office records -- is that a pretty young thing falls in love with a monster best known for preying on humankind, but she nonetheless has absolute faith that their love will overcome his desire to kill her all the time.
You're probably tired of hearing it, but yeah, "New Moon" is out. As much as you may or may not care (or pretend not to - I know at least a few of you are seeing it!) there is one crazy comic connection you must learn in order to fully appreciate the cultural significance engulfing our plane of existence this weekend
The new "Twilight" movie, "New Moon," hit many theaters at midnight last night, no doubt to the delighted squeals of tens of thousands of Twihards. Maybe you're not one of them. Maybe you're tired of the whole sparkly Mormon vampire fetish, or you're
You can't escape it. "Twilight Saga: New Moon" arrives in theaters tomorrow at midnight and your only hope of surviving the onslaught is to sit back and smile. Thankfully, Marvel feels the same way, tapping into the comic fan zeitgeist through its own monsters in the latest "Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?!"
Nah, it's not really Robert Pattinson a.k.a. Edward Cullen, but artist Francis Manapul could be channeling a little "Twilight" fever into Connor Kent's supporting character classmate from Wednesday's upcoming "Adventure Comics" #3
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