The latest in a long string of live-action remakes of Disney classics, Christopher Robin took a different tack because it would be absolutely impossible to duplicate in a live-action film the charming and whimsical frame of the Winnie the Pooh movie, wherein rain would (for example) cause water to spill out of the page of […]
Writers (Tellers of Weird Tales): Harold S. Farnese didn’t write any stories, poems, or articles for Weird Tales, nor was he a cover artist or illustrator. His eight letters published in “The Eyrie,” the letters column of Weird Tales, failed to land him in the top twenty contributors in that category. You might say that […]
Four days to go. 1,035 backers. Can we make it to the six-digit mark? Trust the plan! You can read the earlier pages here: Page 1, Pages 2 & 3.
The men’s adventure magazines that flourished from the early 1950s to the middle 1970s put an emphasis on art. The quality of both cover and interior art is superior to the average pulp magazine of 20 years earlier. Norman Saunders, Mort Kunstler, and Raphael DeSoto are among the better known artists who produced covers for […]
Bounding Into Comics has an exclusive on FIVE complete pages from Alt-Hero: Q. We were going to post all five pages here by the end of the weekend, but when BIC asked for the exclusive, we could hardly say no. So, go check them out! From Bounding Into Comics‘s article: Arkhaven Comics is currently running an IndieGoGo crowdfunding […]
Arkhaven Comics is pleased to announce GUSSIE AT BAY, the fifth issue in the RIGHT HO, JEEVES series, which tells of the travails of the inimitable Bertie Wooster, who is summoned from the comforts of #3A Berkley Mansions, London to Brinkley Manor by his imperious Aunt Dahlia. Love is in the air and Wodehousian shenanigans […]
Three best-selling space operas return in this week’s roundup of the newest releases in science fiction. Agents of Mars (Starship’s Mage: Red Falcon #3) – Glynn Stewart Captain David Rice and the crew of Red Falcon have spent two years infiltrating the arms smuggling underworld of the Protectorate of the Mage-King of Mars. When the […]
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L. Ron Hubbard’s A Can of Vacuum appeared in the December 1949 issue of Astounding Science Fiction. It can be read here at Archive.org. A Can of Vacuum is a droll Mil-SF short about officer-hazing (which makes Hubbard’s own military service worth briefly noting; here, it’s been noted). A green ensign, Bigby Owen Pettigrew, has […]
“Come then, try my steel and I will send you to hell where you belong. The gods of my people look down upon those that prey on the weak. There is no honor in it. There is no honor in you. I will enjoy killing you.”–Mortu In Mortu and Kyrus in the White City, Schuyler Hernstrom […]
We’ve shown you the creators. We’ve explained the concept. We’ve shown you the artwork. With only a week left, now it’s time to start showing you the story. A new page will be introduced every day. You can rest assured, and you will see, that The Legend Chuck Dixon is living up to his well-deserved […]
The return of the Sellsword is going to be SAVAGE. Thrust into a conspiracy of kings and bandits, he fights for what is right. Taking place years before Brutal and Fierce, the Sellsword is enticed into joining with a secret band of rogues and stealing back the treasures of a kingdom! But can he tell […]