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Rocket Comics #1 (Hillman Publications, 1940)
A space adventure saga influenced by both Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers, Rocket Riley was the cover feature of Rocket Comics, part of the first wave of comic book titles launched by Hillman Periodicals Both Rocket Comics and the publisher's science-fiction featuring Miracle Comics hit newsstands in the last week of 1939, sharing rack space[...]
Famous Funnies #214, Frank Frazetta cover, 1954.
Buck Rogers has been one of the most enduring science fiction classics in American history since its debut in Amazing Stories volume 3 number 5 in 1928 From those pulp origins, it spread to become a popular favorite across media, including comic strips, film, television, and much more.  Legendary artist Frank Frazetta created eight Buck[...]
Buck Rogers #1 (Gold Key, 1964)
One of the most important and influential science fiction characters in history, Buck Rogers debuted in the story Armageddon 2419 by author Philip Francis Nowlan in Amazing Stories volume 3 number 5, cover-dated August 1928 The character would quickly go on to success in comic strips, radio, and film, and Buck Rogers proved to be irresistible[...]
Buck Rogers (Image: NBCU)
You find out there is not one but two possible Buck Rogers adaptations in the works Hollywood is developing While Legendary and George Clooney are working on one for television, Skydance is developing their own, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (Image: NBCU) Buck Rogers in Pop Culture Skydance's working with the estate[...]
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (Image: NBCU)
Looks like Buck Rogers' trip to the 25th Century is going to be making a pit stop in court Deadline Hollywood is reporting exclusively that the Buck Rogers estate, overseen by the Nowlan Family Trust, is looking to put an end to Smokehouse's George Clooney and Grant Heslov efforts at their own take on the[...]
Buck Rogers in the 25th Century (Image: NBCU)
On Thursday, it was announced that Clooney and his Smokehouse production company co-founder Grant Heslov were moving ahead with a television series reboot of Buck Rogers Although no character details or casting details were revealed, Variety reports that Clooney may also be looking to lead the series as well as executive produce. Brian K[...]
Buck Rogers (Image: NBCU)
Kong) is teaming up with Don Murphy and Susan Montford's (Transformers, Real Steel) Angry Films to produce a television series take on Buck Rogers with Flint Dille, the grandson of the character's creator Writer Brian K Vaughan (Y: The Last Man, Saga) will pen the adaptation, with the new deal falling under the creator's overall deal[...]
Amazing Stories Vol. 3 No. 5 cover and art by Frank R. Paul.
Even if you're unfamiliar with pulp fiction, chances are excellent that you've seen the cover of Amazing Stories volume 3 number 5, cover-dated August 1928.  It has become perhaps the most famous cover of the pulp era because it's the image that is often used to represent the past's vision of the future.  Looking beyond[...]
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Among her final works, she contributed to a number of Star Trek video games. Writers Guild Foundation Other Works Fontana contributed to several other iconic TV shows including The Wild Wild West (as Michael Edwards), Bonanza, The Six Million Dollar Man, Dallas, Logan's Run, Buck Rogers of the 25th Century, and Babylon 5 The American Screenwriters Association inducted[...]
Lauren Looks Back: The 1939 Buck Rogers Serial
Buck Rogers is one of the greatest comic strips of all time I'm here for the '39 TV show, but the space opera made its debut in Amazing Stories, August of 1928, in a story called Armageddon 2419 AD and centers around Anthony Rogers Rogers at the time worked for the American Radioactive Gas Corporation[...]
SDCC '15: Angryfilms To Adapt Original Buck Rogers Novel
Later, the character of Rogers would go by his more familiar name of Buck Rogers. Ground breaking at the time, the story predicted cell phones, drones and night vision goggles, it will be updated based on current technology But the lead character, having lost everyone he loved years prior, will be more dark and struggle to[...]
Thirty-One Reviews Of Thirty-One Free Comic Book Day 2014 Titles – Futures End, Uber, Grimm's Fairy Tales, Hello Kitty, Hip Hop Family Tree, Overstreet, Jellaby, Buck Rogers, Teen Titans Go, Street Fighter, Steam Wars, All You Need Is Kill, Raising A Reader, Atomic Robo, Archie, Bongo, Les Miserables, Sherwood Texas, History Of Japan, Scratch 9,  Bleeding Cool Magazine, Defend Comics, Sonic, Tick, Fubar, Kaboom, Spongebob Squarepants, Epic, Uncle Scrooge, Scam and Intrinsic
But I preferred the earlier tone, which doesn't seem to be recaptured. Buck Rogers published by Hermes Press Get ready to squint Publishing Buck Rogers strips, that originally appeared full size on newspaper pages, shrunk to fit the dimensions of a comic book page isn't going to be easy It's beautiful stuff in full colour, focusing on[...]
Free Comic Book Day 2014 – The Silver Books – Rocket Raccoon, Uber, Teen Titans Go, Bleeding Cool, Armor Hunters, Archaia Hardcover, Buck Rogers, CBLDF  And More (UPDATE)
Oh and it's got Spider-Man on the cover, our first Marvel cover. Other highlights include a new hardcover mini graphic anthology from Boom/Archaia, new Buck Rogers comics from Hermes Press, Fred Perry's Steam Wars, the story of Uber so far, two CBLDF comics, one for readers, one for teachers and parents, Okay, all items and images updated… DC[...]
Howard Chaykin's Buck Rogers In The 25th Century, Coming In August
This is the new look for Buck Rogers In The 25th Century #1, courtesy of Howard Chaykin, and being published by Hermes Press in August. Buck Rogers, the first, best, and original Sci-Fi hero returns with Howard Chaykin drawing and writing this action packed incarnation of this iconic title Over eighty years after the creation of[...]
Howard Chaykin's Buck Rogers At San Diego Comic Con
The poster for the new Buck Rogers series by Howard Chaykin featuring Buck and Wilma Howard Chaykin will be apearing at the Hermes Press Booth #1821 on Friday the 13th from 2pm-4pm, and at the Buck Rogers panel in Room 4 from 6pm-7pm afterwards The poster for the new Buck Rogers series by Howard[...]