Philip Pullman is best-known for the His Dark Materials fantasy trilogy; its first book, The Golden Compass, was adapted into a feature film in 2007. Now the author is trying something new with his first graphic novel, which has a most excellent premise: it’s about a time-traveling ghost ship.
Once Upon a Time is doing a sequel to its graphic novel Shadow of the Queen. The sequel, due out in April 14, 2015, will be called The Darkest Past and will have "four never-before-told stories of fan favorite characters." [Bleeding Cool]
Neil Gaiman's latest book is so good it's already being turned into a film, and it's not even out yet. Together with illustrator Lorenzo Mattotti, Gaiman has turned the fairy tale classic Hansel and Gretel into a graphic novel, and now Hollywood is turning that into a movie.
Darren Aronofsky's Noah is getting a graphic novel tie-in. Because that is what we do with movies now. However, the first ever art from this project appears to have replaced Noah with Thor.
With the financial success of World War Z and 12 Years a Slave getting all the critical buzz, Brad Pitt's studio Plan B now has oodles of cash and a lot of leg room to get the rest of their slate done. And gloryosky, that could mean the return of David Fincher's adaptation of the fantastic graphic novel Black Hole.
Disney is rolling out their very first graphic novel, titled and inspired by the beloved Tomorrowland ride Space Mountain. Penned by Bryan Q. Miller and drawn by Kelley Jones, take a look at the very first images of the "real-life" Space Mountain. Which, honestly, is nothing like we expected.
The long awaited Y: The Last Man movie adaptation is as "close as it's ever been" to happening. Which fills us all with excitement and dread. Please be good. Please be good.
The gorgeously illustrated book Salsa Invertebraxa, by Paul "Mozchops" Phippen, is like nothing you've ever seen before. Written in crazy, Dr. Seuss-style rhyme, it's the half-fantasy, half-hard science story of a jungle full of insects who will do anything to survive. Including go to war.
David Foster Wallace once wrote that "Every love story is a ghost story." Which sounds awfully pretentious, until you come across a book like Mark Siegel's graphic novel Sailor Twain, or The Mermaid in the Hudson and you realize just how intertwined the two genres really can be. It's a tale of lust, desire and lost…
We're exceptionally excited that Attack The Block director Joe Cornish has signed on to adapted Royden Lepp's jetpack graphic novel Rust! But what sort of movie will Rust be? We cornered producer Simon Kinberg at Comic Con, and asked him.
Could Sin City 2 finally happen? Is the world ready for another hyper-sexual, ultra-violent female exploitation flick from the fap rolodex that is Frank Miller's mind? Well... maybe with The Departed's writer penning it, yeah.
Now that Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games trilogy has come to a close, could we get a graphic novel adaptation? Cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks gives us a taste of what a comic Hunger Games might look like.
Seth Grahame-Smith's mash-up of Jane Austin's novel of manners with a zombie plague is about to get a comics treatment. Del Rey has announced that writer Tony Lee and artist Cliff Richards will adapt Pride and Prejudice and Zombies as a graphic novel, so we'll finally get to see precisely how one practices the Deadly…
In the year 3535, Mars is in pretty bad shape. Its proud past as a vacation spot for the rich and famous long forgotten, stripped of its natural resources, the red planet has become a home for - as Cher would say - gypsies, tramps and thieves who think that our pop culture is their real history. That's the background…
Director David Fincher is going to direct Charles Burns' graphic novel Black Hole, based on a screenplay by Neil Gaiman and Roger Avary, which is a creepy quartet in itself. If you haven't picked it up by now, Burns' black-ink heavy story deals with a group of teenagers who catch a bizarre STD called The Bug, which…