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Bela Lugosi Lives! Dracula re-told courtesy of Legendary Comics!

15 Oct

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By Ed Sum
(The Vintage Tempest)

Legendary Comics, in partnership with the Lugosi Estate and writer Kerry Gammill, announced Bram Stoker’s Dracula, os set for release in late 2020. Although the wait will be long, to see the novel fully rendered with Lugosi’s distinct look will be something to read. My introduction to horror was with the classic film; and although it freaked me out when I was a wee tyke–having ran from my babysitter’s home back to my own (it was across the street)–it did not stop me from becoming a lover of the tale of terror when I had a better understanding of the horrors to come.

This new graphic novel will feature art by El Garing. One look at his DeviantArt page he is the right talent to bring Lugosi back to life in all his enchanting glory.

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Emerald City Comic Con to go K-Pop and Anime in 2020!

9 Oct

 

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Emerald City Comic Con March 12-15, 2020

Emerald City Comic Con is expanding! Whether they are looking to add to the local Asian scene or is planning to work with the organizers behind Sakura Con for a mega-sized event, the information is scant at time of writing. Announced in today’s newsletter is the fact this added section will be exciting to track.

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Twilight Zone’s past the Golden Years, It’s Silver!

5 Oct

2019 marks the 60th anniversary of The Twilight Zone’s debut on CBS. Shot entirely in iconic black and white, the trailblazing anthology series aired from 1959 to 1964 and changed the history of television with its clever twist endings and sharp social criticism. The Twilight Zone was the brainchild of Rod Serling, the show’s ambitious and sharply dressed tour guide, whom the entertainment business had once regarded as the “Angry Young Man” of Television.

This October, Humanoids, the publisher of some of the world’s most iconic and groundbreaking science fiction and fantasy graphic novels, will celebrate The Twilight Zone’s 60th Anniversary with the publication of internationally acclaimed cartoonist Koren Shadmi’s dazzling biography Twilight Man: Rod Serling & The Birth of Television.

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Punk Rock sensation BRATS at Anime Los Angeles 2020!

11 Sep

RMMS-BRATS-ALA-2020.jpgBe prepared to rock out with Japanese Rock Band BRATS to debut at Anime Los Angeles 2020! (January 9-12, 2020). They will perform at the Ontario Convention Center on Friday, January 10, 2020, and hold a fan Q&A on Saturday, January 11. They are appearing by arrangement with Resonance Media.

Formed by sisters Rei Kuromiya (vocals) and Aya Kuromiya (bass) – this all female act created the opening theme “Ainikoiyo” for the anime series To Be Hero and performed “Nounai Shoukyo Game” for the Japanese film Slavemen.

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