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‘James Bond: Live And Let Die’ Graphic Novel Adaptation Coming in September

Live And Let Die

Ian Fleming’s second James Bond novel is being adapted to the graphic novel format this fall. Live and Let Die follows the successful Casino Royale release and agent 007 as he traces stolen pirate treasure from the smoky jazz clubs of Harlem all the way to the formidable shores of …

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‘Coffin Bound’ Sets Grindhouse Action In A Sandman-esque Fantasy World

Coffin Bound

Image Comics forthcoming ongoing comic book series Coffin Bound by Dan Watters (Sandman Universe: Lucifer) and artist Dani (2000AD, Girl with No Name) with colorist Brad Simpson (JESUSFREAK, MCMLXXV), letterer Aditya Bidikar, and designer Emma Price, set to launch this August. Cars! Guns! Entropy! Coffin Bound follows Izzy Tyburn, who is chased by an …

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Vengeance of Vampirella Returns With Tom Sniegoski

Vengeance of Vampirella

Dynamite announces a new Vengeance of Vampirella ongoing series to continue the iconic heroine’s 50th anniversary celebration. Swooping in on bat wings in time for Halloween, this series is quite special. Prolific Vampirella writer Tom Sniegoski (Punisher, Angel) returns once more to the Daughter of Drakulon – and picks up exactly where …

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Penny Dreadful Meets Dark Shadows in Mirka Andolfo’s ‘Mercy’

Mercy

Bestselling creator Mirka Andolfo (Unnatural) teased her upcoming Image Comics miniseries, Mercy, last week with the promise to unveil more exciting details about the goth-inspired, Victorian monster series as the 2020 United States launch date approaches. The series will launch first in Italy from Panini this November, followed by 2020 releases …

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‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Beats New Releases At Box Office

Spider-Man-Far From Home

Sony and Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: Far From Home dominated in its second weekend as it reached $847.1 million globally. In North America, the pic took in $45.3 million from 4,634 theaters for a $274.6 million cume. Not even the web-slinging hero could prevent another down weekend for mainstream fare. Newcomers Crawl and Stuber wilted in their …

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Warner Bros. Celebrates 50 Years Of Scooby-Doo With A 50 Days Of Scooby Fan And Family Celebration

Scooby Doo

Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) and Scooby-Doo are inviting new and old pals to celebrate 50 years of mysteries, meddling, munchies and more as Scooby continues to befriend a whole new generation of curious-minded kids and evoke nostalgia with parents through the launch of the “50 Days of Scooby” celebration. …

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Brian Haberlin And David Hine Reteam For ‘The Marked’

Marked

Image Comics announced that the critically-acclaimed creative team behind the smash-hit series Sonata—Brian Haberlin and David Hine—will reteam for an all-new ongoing fantasy series this October, titled The Marked and perfect for fans of the The Shadowhunters and Charmed.  The Marked may look like cool young influencers, but beneath the designer clothes, their bodies are tattooed with …

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‘gen:LOCK – The Complete First Season’ Heads To Home Video

genLOCK

Rooster Teeth’s action-packed realm of diverse characters, cool robots, sophisticated storytelling and immersive worldbuilding takes centerstage in gen:LOCK – The Complete First Season. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment presents the acclaimed animated series – along with a bevy of enthralling enhanced content – via Digital starting July 9, 2019, and on …

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New York Times Bestselling Writer Matt Fraction Teams With Elsa Charretter On Graphic Novel Series ‘November’

November

Image Comics is pleased to announce the first in a sequence of  three graphic novellas by Matt Fraction (Sex Criminals, Hawkeye) and Elsa Charretier (Star Wars, Infinite Loop), with colors by Matt Hollingsworth, exquisitely crafted lettering by cartoonist Kurt Ankeny, and book design by Rian Hughes, titled November. In November, the lives of three …

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