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Creator Commentary – Hayden Sherman Talks John Carter: The End #4

Hayden is of course the artist for the series with scripts by Brian Wood and Alex Cox. Cover by Garry BrownCreator’s Commentary: HAYDEN SHERMAN on JOHN CARTER: THE END #4, on sale NOW from Dynamite!Hello all, looks like it’s my turn to walk you through the world of John Carter: The End! This book has been[...]

Writer's Commentary – Alex Cox Talks John Carter: The End #3

Dynamite's latest writer's commentary features Alex Cox talking about John Carter: The End #3, which he's writing with Brian Wood. Cover by Garry Brown with interiors by Hayden Sherman.John Carter of Mars! What a guy, right? Swords and radium rifles and nakedness Burroughs understood the recipe for awesomeness To ease you, the reader, into what is[...]

This Is The End… Alex Cox Talks About The New John Carter Series

The Warlord of Mars is getting a new series from writers Brian Wood and Alex Cox with art by Hayden Sherman The series takes place far into the future after Carter and Dejah Thoris have left Mars to mourn the death of their son I got a chance to speak to the very busy Alex[...]

Brian Wood Brings The End To John Carter

They've brought in the writing team of Brian Wood (Northlanders) and Alex Cox (Adventure Time) and paired them with artist Hayden Sherman (Civil War II: Kingpin) for a new take on the Edgar Rice Burroughs creation John Carter: Warlord of Mars.The new series takes place centuries later as a war for supremacy and genocide scours[...]

Brian Wood To Tackle John Carter: Warlord Of Mars

Dynamite has snagged Brian Wood (DMZ) to co-write along with Alex Cox the Edgar Rice Burrough's character John Carter: Warlord of Mars Wood is known for his political undertones and dystopian world-building, his most recent original series Briggs Land is currently in development with AMC."Taking on a classic literary icon like John Carter is no[...]

The Big Two Vs. Creator Owned Comics – Brian Wood at Baltimore Comic Con

In a panel Spotlight at Baltimore Comic Con hosted by Deputy Director of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Alex Cox, Brian Wood had a lot to say about the pros and cons of working for the Big Two versus working in creator owned comics in his career including the stability the first offers and[...]

Alex Cox Takes Bill The Galactic Hero To Kickstarter

Repo Man director Alex Cox is now teaching at the University of Colorado, and he's turned to Kickstarter to fund a film that will employ his students as the crew, and the University as his location.Cox first optioned Harry Harrison's sci-fi novel Bill the Galactic Hero in 1983, but the film never happened - and[...]

Masters of Cinema Monthly March 2012 – Insect Woman, Nishi Ginza Station, More Monte Hellman And An Interview With Alex Cox

Add into this world science fiction elements aplenty, the hardcore punk scene of the early eighties, grimy philosophising and a fresh independent approach from Cox and you have a film that truly deserves its reputation as a cult classic.To coincide with this month's excellent release of Repo Man on Blu-ray I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to fire off[...]

Frank Miller Vs Alex Cox On OWS… And Robocop

Last week, when the Frank Miller blog exploded across all known media (to the extent that he won't answer questions about it right now), film director and writer Alex Cox recalled in comments to a Guardian piece picking and choosing from Miller's past work to back up his curent stance; "Miller was ever thus I was[...]