Aside from the cinematic radness of "Blade Runner" and a few other entertainment anomalies, the celebrated science fiction of Philip K. Dick hasn't always survived adaptation into other mediums. Fortunately, by assembling writer David Mack, interior artist Pascal Alixe, cover artist Paul Pope and consulting editor Brian Michael Bendis, I think Marvel has a pretty decent shot at doing right by the upcoming "Electric Ant
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I'M GOING TO KEEP COMING BACK FOR MORE - Chew #3
There's something about a sweet, sappy story of love at first sight that makes the contents of my stomach want to rise up my throat and have nothing to do with the inside of my body anymore. And, it would seem, the antidote to that effect is to have random non-e
-- An oldie but goodie: Philip K Dick fans will love this graphic interpretation of a series of events from Dick's life, created by R. Crumb.
-- As we've seen with the Green Lantern fan-trailer that blew our minds just a few weeks ago, sometimes the fans have really