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Cursed Season 1 Review: Imperfect Promising Series Earned Our Faith

Cursed Season 1 Review: Imperfect, Promising Series Earned Our Faith

Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler's Netflix fantasy series Cursed is a beautifully-rendered story that lays out its world-building in a way that was inviting to me as the viewer. The storytelling approach is compelling, drawing you in from the very first moment. That said, it did suffer from "Netflix bloat" in that it got a little […]

Cursed Cast Offers Viewers History Lesson on Legend of King Arthur

Cursed Cast Offers Viewers History Lesson on Legend of King Arthur

With writer/artist Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns) and writer/producer Tom Wheeler's (Puss In Boots) Cursed spending its first weekend before the masses, the streaming service is offering viewers a "history lesson" of how Nimue's (13 Reasons Why star Katherine Langford) journey and the legend of King Arthur came to be. While the Netflix series is […]

Cursed Star Katherine Langford Discusses Bringing Nimue to Life

Cursed Star Katherine Langford Discusses Bringing Nimue to Life

Viewers will soon be taken on a journey into the world of writer/artist Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns) and writer/producer Tom Wheeler's (Puss In Boots) Cursed when the series premiere on Friday, July 17. Now, star Katherine Langford (13 Reasons Why) takes us behind the scenes to discuss what it was like to bring […]

Cursed Trailer: Nimues Journey Towards Her Destiny Begins Here

Cursed Trailer: Nimue's Journey Towards Her Destiny Begins Here

The world of writer/artist Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns) and writer/producer Tom Wheeler's (Puss In Boots) Cursed comes to life on Netflix beginning Friday, July 17, and now viewers are being treated to another look inside the reimagining the Arthurian legend as seen through the eyes of Katherine Langford's Nimue. In the following trailer, the […]

Cursed: The Sword is Nimues Destiny Arthur Has Something to Prove

Cursed: The Sword is Nimue's Destiny; Arthur Has Something to Prove

Netflix's Cursed brings the world of writer/artist Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns) and writer/producer Tom Wheeler's (Puss In Boots) work to life, reimagining the Arthurian legend through the eyes of Katherine Langford's Nimue beginning Friday, July 17. Following up on last week's release of the official trailer as well as a slew of preview images, […]

Knights Of The Waverider

Knights Of The Waverider

This article contains spoilers for the DC's Legends of Tomorrow episode - Camelot / 3000.....The latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow answers the question we forget we wanted answered.. what happened to the JSA? Turns out that the last mission of the JSA where everyone disappeared involved them going after the Spear of Destiny They[...]

In Camelot &#8211 Ray Palmer Knows His Arthurian Legends

In Camelot! – Ray Palmer Knows His Arthurian Legends

Tonight's episode of Legends of Tomorrow is called Camelot/3000 and features the crew of the Waverider heading back to 507 A.D., the time of Britannia and the post Roman Empire.. at least that is what Nate Heywood is explaining as the team makes it's way through the forest He's telling everyone how out of place[...]

The Legends Go To Camelot This Week

The Legends Go To Camelot This Week

this time taking them to Camelot Now some of you (and me) may be thinking, "but Camelot wasn't real." This is something addressed by executive producer Phil Klemmer in the clip below The idea is that Nate Heywood, historian, tries telling the team that 507 A.D in Britannia is not like Arthurian legends.. except when[...]

NYCC 15: I Love The Feel Of Artist Alley In The Morning

NYCC '15: I Love The Feel Of Artist Alley In The Morning

by Chuck BrouilletteThe Artist Alley at a comic convention is a unique organism. For fans wandering the aisles recognizing images they love, names they admire and possibly even faces they can identify, it is probably the most complex environment of the event.And I love Artist Alley in the morning.Creators are just setting up, their big, bold, printed posters[...]