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Painkiller Jane Returns From Jimmy Palmiotti and Romina Moranelli
Painkiller Jane was created by Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada for Event Comics in 1995 Jane Vasko is an undercover police officer attempting to infiltrate the mob, who is injured in action Revived through mysterious means, she gets superhuman regenerative powers in the process and becomes the vigilante Painkiller Jane, and is now virtually indestructible[...]
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Jessica Chastain is already set to produce and star in the adaptation of the comic by Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada. It's been almost a year since we had some big news on the movie adaptation of Painkiller Jane, but it looks like production is picking up Christine Boylan has previously written for TV shows like[...]
Jessica Chastain Joins Painkiller Jane
Deadline is reporting that has signed on to star in Painkiller Jane based on the graphic novel series by Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada. The film is about Jane Vasko, a NYPD cop who gets pulled in by the FBI to infiltrate a drug and human trafficking ring In a near death experience, Jane gains regenerative abilities that makes her[...]
Painkiller Jane Headed For The Big Screen
We have been informed that Solipsist Films has optioned the right to bring Jimmy Palmiotti and Joe Quesada's Painkiller Jane to the big screen. Palmiotti co-wrote the screenplay with Craig Weeden and will also serve as a producer on the new adaptation of his hit comic book series about a female vigilante who gains superpowers after[...]
Forty-Three Thoughts About Forty-Three Comics – Forever Evil, Ms Marvel, Punisher, Iron Man, Invincible Universe, Earth 2, New Avengers, Captain America, Minimum Wage, Rover Red Charlie, God Is Dead, Gate Way, Archer And Armstrong, Jennifer Blood, Turok, Vampirella, Juice Squeezers, Terminator, Catalyst, Lobster Johnson, Robocop, Judge Dredd, Transformers, Illegitimates, Revelations, God Is Dead, Regular Show, Aliens Vs Parker, Baltimore, GI Joe, Mega City 2, My Little Pony, Indestructable, Arkham War, The Movement, Suicide Risk, Sinister Dexter, Lazarus, Painkiller Jane,  Garfield, Victories, Secret, Green/Red Lantern, Superior Carnage, Superior Foes.
Now let's have a lesson in language, courtesy of The Movement and Painkiller Jane. She's a woman, so she can use it She lives. He's a man, so he can't He dies Probably. And in Suicide Risk #10, one fellow shows he really deserves a superspeed fist to the face. And Lazarus would be just the one to give[...]
Meet the Mayor: The Life and Times of Jimmy Palmiotti Part II
Everybody's got problems." With the exception of his Ash and Painkiller Jane art, which he never got rid of because "it feels really personal," Palmiotti is more than happy to part with the pages he's inked "If you want any original art, I won't miss it," Palmiotti said "I've got stacks of art[...]
Thirty-Three Thoughts About Thirty-Two Comics – Painkiller Jane, Captain America, Batman/Superman, Batwing, Green Arrow, Mighty Avengers, The Movement, Superman Unchained, Red Sonja Legends, Detective Comics, Action Comics, Iron Man, Longshot, The Star Wars, Victories, East Of West, Amazing X-Men, Ten Grand, Spawn, Grindhouse, Occultist, Fatale, Uber, Absolution, Drumhellar, Alex + Ada, Baltimore: Infernal, Cobra Files, Dark Cybertron, Morning Glories And Classic Dredd
Detective Comics #25 doesn't so much make the case for the opposition to that – but it does have a hella cool origin of the Bat Signal. Oh and sticking with Detective Comics ( a really entertaining issue by the way…) There does seem to be a lot of split panel jumping off old big city bridges[...]
Jimmy Palmiotti Takes Painkiller Jane to Icon
In a recent interview, Jimmy Palmiotti announced he was taking the Painkiller Jane property over to Marvel's Icon Imprint The art on the four-issue series will be split with Juan Santacruz drawing the main story and Sam Lofti will draw the back-up story focusing on Jane's origin Paul Mounts will be providing colors for the[...]