WHERE GODS AND MORTALS MEET!
This past weekend at Rhode Island Comic Con 2017, was anything but normal. With a fantastic variety of guests, incredibly talented artists and authors, there was a lot of something for everyone of all ages.
This past weekend at Rhode Island Comic Con 2017, was anything but normal. With a fantastic variety of guest, incredibly talented artists and authors, there was alot of something for everyone of all ages.
Otherwise known as Siúil, a Rún (a traditional Irish song that translates to “Go, My Love“), The Girl From The Other Side offers an old timey folktale story to its manga platform. This form of storytelling lends itself beautifully to the black and white artwork that litters the pages. Continue reading
During 1979, Stephen King ran into a grim problem when his daughters cat was hit by a car. After burying the cat in a small pet cemetery built by local children, he came up with the wonderfully macabre idea to write a story around the unfortunate incident. Well, now you could be the proud owner of the house where he wrote the classic tale…Pet Sematary! Continue reading
For a movie that defined a generation, The Nightmare Before Christmas is finally getting a sequel! Manga company Tokyopop will be continuing Tim Burton‘s beloved adventure and will be written by DJ Milky with art from Studio DICE. This time though, the story will focus on a different yet familiar character. Continue reading
Who knew Shakespeare could be so entertaining? Just kidding! Growing up in a theatrical family, I was quite familiar with most of the legendary writers work. However, nothing prepared me for these re-imagined tales. Continue reading
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Mini-Comics This Halloween
|Halloween ComicFest mini-comic packs are available to preorder from local comic shops, available in stores on September 27th|
Shallow Graves Max LeGault, caught up with Blake Renworth at ComiCONN 2017 to speak with her about Exiled Book Series. Check out the interview below:
Based on a short story by Neil Gaiman and directed by the creator of Hedwig and the Angry Inch (John Cameron Mitchell), “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” tells the story of a glamed up and punked out alien Queen, Boadicea (Nicole Kidman), landing in 1970’s London and ready to take over the world. “How to Talk to Girls at Parties” was recently shown at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. Continue reading