It seems we’re seeing more and more references to bigfoot and the yeti in popular culture. As evidenced by the humorous use of the Yeti in this ad for the restaurant chain “Red Robin”:
Archive for February, 2010
According to Bleeding Cool, Neal Adams has inked a deal to draw a Wolverine comic. Adams has drawn for Marvel in the past, and even worked on the X-Men. But it was before Wolverine was even created. So this is big news: A comic legend meets a legendary character … for the first time.
No notion of when this project is happening, as Adams is still busy with his return via the maxi-series Batman: Odyssey.
The “Ghost Radio – Countdown to Paper” event contest, celebrating the mass market paperback release of Leopoldo Gout’s hit horror novel Ghost Radio, continues. We’ll be accepting entries till March 13, 2010.
This is your chance to win autographed copies of the book and other exciting prizes!
To find out how to enter click here. And enter now. It only takes a few seconds!
And, remember, all days of the event have contests. So enter every one of them. And increase your chances of winning!
Check out these brand new TV spots for the remake of Nightmare on Elm Street:
Now let’s fire up the wayback machine and take a look at the TV spots for the original film:
Obviously, the new ones are slicker. But those original ads are much scarier.
The mass market paperback release of Leopoldo’s Gout’s novel Ghost Radio hits store shelves today.
This, the official blog for the novel, has been celebrating this release with a series of special posts and daily contests, featuring the chance to win autographed copies of the book and other exciting prizes! The contests will be open till March 13, 2010. So there’s still time to enter.
To find out how to enter click here.
So click on that link and enter now! It only takes a few seconds.
And if you’ve never heard about the novel before, here’s some of the rave reviews it’s already received:
– James Patterson
“A first novel that moves with deserved confidence into Stephen King territory … Palpable, almost visible cross-cultural creepiness that never lets up: very smart thrills.”
– Kirkus Reviews
“A deliciously creepy yarn … Gout’s fusion of radio-show culture and paranormal occurrences produces a winning compound.”
“A thrilling literary and visual experience, this contemporary ghost story set in Mexico is a fast-moving and enjoyable read. The story and writing style recall early Stephen King and Joe Hill’s Heart-Shaped Box.”
– Library Journal
According to Variety:
Columbia Pictures is set to return to the Bronze Age.
Studio is bringing Doc Savage — known as the Man of Bronze and hero of pulp novels, films and comicbooks — back to the bigscreen.
Now here’s the real good news:
Shane Black is attached to direct the film from a screenplay he is penning with Anthony Bagarozzi and Chuck Mondry. Neal Moritz (“Fast and Furious”) will produce through his Sony-based Original Film banner.
Black, for those who don’t know, is an icon in the Screenwriting community for his impressive scripts all sold on spec. Notably Lethal Weapon, The Last Boy Scout, and The Long Kiss Goodnight. He also directed one of the best films of the decade Kiss Kiss Bang Bang from his own script. Bargorozzi and Mondry are friends of Black’s. Neither have previous screenwriting credits. It’s nice to have friends.
And from interviews we know that Black is a fan of the pulp fiction era which gave birth to “Doc Savage”. For fans of the pulp icon, this is very good news.
Let’s hope this version of the project actually gets made!