In a bit of an interesting twist on the celebrity-"creates"-a-comic-book trend that's earned its share of discontent here on the blogosphere, IDW Publishing is bringing some new writing talent to its True Blood comic in the form of an actor from its hit HBO vampire series source material (which, in turn, is based on the novels of Charlaine Harris). Known for his role as the vicious Reveren
I think it's safe to say that Snoop Dogg does not do things the same way that other people do them.
Take fan-fiction, for instance. Under normal circumstances -- well, normal for fanfic -- a writer comes up with a story and posts it on the internet for the enjoyment and/or mockery of a small audience. But when S
When you heard the news a little over a month ago that the "Harper Connelly" novels of "True Blood" author Charlaine Harris would be adapted into comics at Dynamite, perhaps like us you wondered, why not True Blood comics? Today we learned the answer: "True Blood" comics are on the way from IDW Publishing through a partnership with HBO, coming out in July just in time for San Diego Comic-Con.
The first six-issue True Blood comic series offers the same erotically-charged romance, wry humor and intriguing myst
Charlaine Harris, author of the Sookie Stackhouse "Southern Vampire" mystery novels that inspired the HBO show "True Blood," is about to make her comic book debut this year at Dynamite Entertainment, with a comics adaptation of her newest line of novels, the "Harper Connelly" series
Am I the only one who raised an eyebrow after noticing that this ad for the HBO vampire show "TrueBlood"...
...was in fairly close proximity to this booth?
A little research reveals that the blood drive has actually been at Comic-Con for 33 years now, but I can't help but wonder if they've gotten a donation boost from the thousan