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Haven

Fall Television Preview: Haven

Haven is one of those shows that had been in my queue on Netflix for months and I finally got some bandwith to start watching it. We are currently part way through season one and addicted. It is a very [...]

September 11, 2014 Movies and TV
Dark Tower

Marvel Sneaky Preview: Dark Tower: Drawing of the the Three – The Prisoner #1

Stephen King is one of my favorite authors. Of his works, The Dark Tower series is my all time favorite set of books. When the news came out about the next comic book series bases on this property, I was [...]

August 5, 2014 News
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Stir the Pot Saturday: More Stephen King Comics

In this week's Stir the Pot Saturday column, Comic Booked asks you to pick a Stephen King creation for comic book adaptation. [...]

March 22, 2014 Features
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Top Ten Tuesday: Stephen King Comic Series We Want

Comic Booked presents a new Top Ten Tuesday, with a wish list for Stephen King comic book adaptations. Debate the list on Comic Booked! [...]

March 18, 2014 Features
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All Things Writerly: 10 Favorite Quotes from 10 Neat Folks

Hello, writer’s block.  We meet again.  How do I conquer you?  How can I ever truly overcome all of your evil, twisted, sinister machinations?  Well, I just ignore you.  And write other stuff.  And then, hopefully, given enough time, the [...]

November 15, 2013 Features
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Moranic Reviews- And Then Emily Was Gone.

It’s been a while since I did a new Moranic Review.   I usually scour through the wasteland of countless comics in order to find something bold and different to review.   That’s the whole point of this column.  Its not for [...]

August 4, 2013 Reviews
Dennis Calero

NYCC Exclusive: New Stephen King & Dennis Calero Comic

Harvey award nominated artist Dennis Calero announced he’s collaborating with writing legend Stephen King to adapt The Little Green God of Agony into a free web comic. Beginning Monday, the story will debut at www.stephenking.com and run in 24 installments over [...]

October 13, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Stephen King’s The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger – The Way Station

Arguably Stephen King‘s supreme masterwork, The Dark Tower is one of the most beloved series of novels ever written. They certainly captured this reviewer’s imagination – The Dark Tower remains my number one favorite book series of all time. As [...]

June 26, 2012 Reviews
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REVIEW: ROAD RAGE #1

When I’m offered the chance to review anything, I always check out the material first and make sure it’s something I might be interested in.  This is the first time I just didn’t really have time to research the project [...]

February 16, 2012 Reviews
Monocyte

Monocyte Continues His Quest For Death In Issue #2

One thing’s for sure, Monocyte is one of a kind. If you caught my review of the first issue then you know I already have a lot of love for this book. Nowhere else will you find something so original [...]

December 27, 2011 Reviews
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Queen Crab Is A Real Catch

Kickstarter has been changing the face of publishing. Through the method of “pledging”, creators are able to raise funds for their projects, which range from comic books, to movies to even plush toys. In fact, our very own Nicole Sixx [...]

November 30, 2011 Reviews
Cthulu Tales Madness

Cthulhu Tales Omnibus: Madness

The name of H.P. Lovecraft gets bandied about a lot in relation to horror. His influence is palpable in the work of Stephen King, who has been unsparing in crediting the New England cosmic horror author, Charles Stross and even [...]

November 7, 2011 Reviews
To the Dark Tower with King and Marvel

To the Dark Tower with King and Marvel

I have been reading and rereading Stephen King’s the Dark Tower books for a number of years, and when it was announced years ago that Marvel would be releasing a series that continued the story of Roland Deschain I was [...]

August 20, 2010 Reviews