Pennywise returns in an entertaining, yet overly ambitiously and overly-long second chapter of one of Stephen King’s greatest stories.
Paramount decided to resurrect Pet Sematary on the big screen. Well, to quote the character of Jud here, “Sometimes, dead is better.”
Prepare yourself for one of the best cinematic adaptations of a Stephen King property since The Green Mile as Stephen King’s It comes to life on the big screen!
Welcome to a special COMIC-CON EDITION of This Week in Posters! Here’s just a small sample of some of the amazing prints and posters you’ll be able to snag this year at San Diego Comic Con! *** MONDO Mondo will be holding three exclusive signings this year, and will be releasing even more posters over […]
Plot by ROBIN FURTH Script by PETER DAVID Art by LAURENCE CAMPBELL & RICHARD ISANOVE Letters by JOE SABINO Issue four of The Way Station continues the comic adaptation of one of the standout chapters of Stephen King’s premier Dark Tower novel, The Gunslinger. The series gives us the first comic representation of Jake Chambers, […]
Written by JOE HILL & STEPHEN KING Adapted by CHRIS RYALL Art by NELSON DANIEL IDW’s Road Rage miniseries comes roaring into comic shops like some sort of high-end fusion cocktail of genre fiction– one part Richard Matheson, equal parts Stephen King and Joe Hill, one part Vietnam era disillusionment, one part post-Iraq War grit—all […]