Did Matt Kindt Try And Get The Rights To Revolver Back From DC?
But DC Comics decision to put the 2010 Vertigo comic book by Matt Kindt, Revolver, back into print, in March 2021 smacks of that kind of shenanigans At least it's not a cheap-as-chips version… Did Matt Kindt Try And Get The Rights To Revolver Back From DC Comics? REVOLVER is a tale of two worlds, and how[...]
Constantine at 15: It got an R rating for
Image Courtesy San Diego Comic-Con @Home. In Constantine, Reeves played the eponymous John Constantine, based (somewhat loosely) on the Hellblazer comics from Vertigo/DC How loosely? Well, as Reeves so pithily explained, "I'm not English, and I'm not blonde." During production, they experimented with wigs and accents but finally decided to just make this a different take[...]
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Ava DuVernay's upcoming adaptation of DC Comics/Vertigo comic book DMZ is one of those series that's been on our radar since it was first announced, and one of the few productions that was lucky enough to finish filming before the COVID-19 pandemic began shutting down television productions around the world But as we all know,[...]
Jeff Lemire's Sweet Tooth is coming to Netflix.
In yet another example of Hulu's loss is the streaming giant's gain, Netflix has given a green light for an eight-episode, live-action series based on Jeff Lemire's Vertigo (a DC Comics imprint) comic book series Sweet Tooth, produced by Robert Downey Jr and Susan Downey for Team Downey Christian Convery (Beautiful Boy), Nonso Anozie (Game[...]
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Ava DuVernay's upcoming series adaptation of Vertigo comic DMZ is climbing up our list of series to keep our eyeballs on if it gets the greenlight, so today's update from DuVernay was exactly the kind of thing we'd been waiting for Taking to Twitter, the writer-director-producer posted an official notification that shooting was underway –[...]