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OLD-TIME RADIO AND COMICS HEROES BURST BACK ONTO THE SCENE!
03/28/12 @ 4:15 pm EST
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Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? (Hint: The guy dresses up in a cape and runs around at night. And it's not Batman.)

The Shadow still knows — as do Flash Gordon, the Lone Ranger, the Green Hornet and other heroes of 1930s and '40s radio shows, pulp magazines and movie serials.

These good guys are making a comeback, though mainly in comics and feature-length movies. Next month, The Shadow receives a comics reboot courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, which also publishes ongoing series starring Flash Gordon and Green Hornet plus a new title with pulp hero The Spider that's due in May.

On the big screen, a masked Seth Rogen stung bad guys in last year's The Green Hornet. And in The Lone Ranger, in production for release in 2013, Armie Hammer rides tall as the title cowboy with Johnny Depp as his sidekick Tonto. Baby Boomers grew up watching the Clayton Moore TV series in the '50s, although the saga began as a 1933 radio show in Detroit.

Though these characters may not be as well known as today's comic-book superheroes or the Star Wars and Harry Potter clans, they were the bee's knees for a generation that was decades away from the Internet and iPods.

Before Batman, there was the alter ego Lamont Cranston donning the shadowy mask and hat while haunting radio waves as The Shadow, voiced by Orson Welles in the late '30s.

And before Superman and Captain America there was Flash Gordon, an all-American space adventurer who tussled with planetary tyrant Ming the Merciless in sci-fi comic strips by Alex Raymond and serial films starring Buster Crabbe.

"The '20s and '30s are seen as a very romantic age, with the criminal underworld of urban America and high adventure of exotic foreign locations providing a bit of an edge," says Garth Ennis, who is writing the new Shadow comic. "The reality, I'm sure, would have been mostly a lot more mundane and occasionally quite grim."

He's crafting The Shadow as a dangerous champion of law and order with a flair for the dramatic, and he is embracing one of the vigilante's oldest and most famous traits: his habit of laughing as he consigns his enemies to their doom.

"I decided to be fairly sparing with it," Ennis says. "If he started howling every time he threw a punch or fired a shot, it would get old fast. So I decided to preserve the laugh for moments of deep, dark, extreme humor."

His take on The Shadow comic is a bloody affair, where the mysterious figure dispatches bad guys with violent aplomb. More than 70 years ago, though, audiences had to visualize with their imagination what was going on during the radio-show exploits.

The popularity of the old Shadow and Green Hornet radio shows and their ilk in their heyday is best compared to programs children flock to today, such as Hannah Montana and Dora the Explorer, says Martin Grams Jr., a radio-show historian and author.

Back then, kids and adults would read books, pulps and comics because they were a cheap form of entertainment, and radio was an even bigger medium because it was free.

Some adaptations tank

While movies measure success with box-office receipts, commercial sponsors would gauge ratings of radio shows based on the number of giveaway premiums offered during the commercial breaks — such as various Lone Ranger rings and badges. They were then used to persuade sponsors to stick around because of a large listener base.

It wasn't just kids, either. Housebound and disabled people "who couldn't go visit their local movie theater had the opportunity to enjoy action and adventure with the turn of their dial," Grams says.

"The business of pop culture was defined during the 1930s and 1940s when movie producers snatched up the screen rights to popular radio programs and produced motion pictures, serials and film shorts based on the properties."

Since then, movie studios, TV networks and comics publishers have attempted adaptations of those characters, with varying results.

The Lone Ranger TV series began in 1949, ran eight seasons and defined the character for many. Flash Gordon sped off to space with live-action and animated shows, and a 1980 film became a cult classic with Sam Jones clad in a white shirt bearing the word "Flash."

But two more recent movies, The Shadow (1994) with Alec Baldwin and the 1996 Billy Zane vehicle The Phantom (based on the comic strip from the '30s), were not exactly heroic at the box office. And Disney's new big-budget John Carter, based on the Edgar Rice Burroughs pulp sci-fi hero, has thus far tanked.

"My theory is that modern audiences have a hard time accepting un-ironic heroism unless it's presented just right," says Eric Trautmann, writer of Dynamite's Flash Gordon: Zeitgeist series. (A devotee of the era, Trautmann has a Maltese Falcon on his desk, a statue of Humphrey Bogart as Sam Spade, a Buck Rogers blaster and a replica 1930s radio.)

He concedes that pulp is difficult to write because it requires a certain innocence. Nazis show up in his series, but when they're the evil-doers du jour, modern audiences can't help but think of the Holocaust, "a sort of demise of innocence for the Western world." That makes it a lot harder to take the proceedings seriously.

'We're all geeks in a way'

"The obvious inclination is to keep things a little more self-referential and cartoony, tongue firmly in cheek," Trautmann says, "and that kind of thing really works against the story, the character, and readers' and viewers' embracing the tale."

Those characters of yesteryear, however, remain important in the history of pop-culture heroes, says comic-book artist Alex Ross, one of the creative spearheads of Dynamite's pulp series.

"Seeing how a character like The Shadow would influence every other flamboyant costumed hero in history was very interesting to me," he says. "A load of the earliest superhero fashions came from the artists swiping from Alex Raymond's Flash Gordon."

Heroic fiction draws from a lot of the same wells. Without John Carter in 1917, Trautmann feels we probably don't get Flash Gordon in 1934, a quintessentially American protagonist whose "unflappable 'can do' attitude and unshakable optimism would resonate in almost any era." Without Flash, there's no Luke Skywalker or Han Solo in Star Wars, and without that, we don't get Avatar.

"Even Star Trek owes a debt to period literature —Captain Kirk as Horatio Hornblower in space," Trautmann says. "Heroic fiction shares those archetypes and themes, so that influence is probably so ingrained now that a modern practitioner might not even be aware of what influenced the sources he or she is drawing inspiration from."

Affection for heroic pulp specifically — as with old-school sci-fi, fantasy and mystery stories — seems to be cyclical, Trautmann says. But the resurgence of these characters is also being helped by an overall nostalgia for the early- to mid-20th century, from Boardwalk Empire to Mad Men.

"It's been a rough decade or two," he says. "Looking back on what seems to be a simpler, less complicated time is certainly appealing."

Curiosity and a drive to seek knowledge are probably the main reasons people like to revisit historic pop culture, Grams says.

"We're all geeks in a way, trying to intake all the information we can on a comic-book character or movie, then digest, then recollect to friends to show how much more we know than they do."

The historian enjoys seeing kids introduced to heroes that were a seminal part of their grandparents' lives. He says it's a good bet they know tons more about The Hunger Games and Twilight than old Shadow magazine tales, and have no idea of the existence of Lone Ranger radio shows of yore.

"In my experience," Ennis says, "these characters tend to be pretty strong to begin with: They go through periods of revival, then slump due to overindulgence, then lie dormant, then undergo the next revival. But they always come back."

And, Grams notes, "the oldies are still the goodies."
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DYNAMITE TELLS CREATIVE TEAM FOR ALL-NEW SHAFT SERIES‏
09/16/14 @ 7:23 pm EST
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Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce the signing of writer David F. Walker and artist Bilquis Evely to its upcoming Shaftcomic book, based on the hard-hitting detective created by novelist Ernest Tidyman and popularized in films featuring Richard Roundtree and Samuel L. Jackson. Slated for release in December, Shaft #1 celebrates the 45th anniversary of an American icon with a wealth of cover art options by industry talents including Francesco Francavilla, Michael Avon Oeming, Ulises Farinas, Matt Haley, Sanford Greene, and a landmark collaboration between Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz.
John Shaft, described as a "tough, take-no-guff detective" and "private dick that's a sex machine to all the chicks" in composer/singer Isaac Hayes' Oscar-winning Theme from Shaft, has gone toe-to-toe with organized crime bosses, stood up to the cops, squared off against kidnappers, and foiled assassination attempts in his novel and film appearances. But who was John Shaft before he became the hardboiled investigator with a reputation as big as New York City itself? For the first time ever, the detective's origins are explored, courtesy of the new series by Dynamite Entertainment.

"Working on Shaft, one of the most iconic characters in pop culture, is a dream come true," says David F. Walker. "I've been a fan of the character since I was a kid, and especially love him in his original iteration, as created by author Ernest Tidyman. My take on Shaft is steeped in Tidyman's work, and builds on the world created in the original novels. I'm exploring who he is as a man, as a private detective, and as a cold-blooded killer. This John Shaft is much grittier, more badass, with a complexity never seen in the films. The name may be familiar, and some aspects of the character may be recognizable, but at the end of the day, he will be something new and exciting - especially in the world of comics. This is Shaft the way Shaft was meant to be."

David F. Walker is an award-winning journalist, filmmaker, and author of the Young Adult series The Adventures of Darius Logan. His publication BadAzz MoFo became internationally known as the indispensable resource guide to black films of the 1970s, and he is co-author of the book Reflections on Blaxploitation: Actors and Directors Speak. His work in comics includes the series Number 13 (Dark Horse Comics), The Army of Dr. Moreau (Monkeybrain Comics), and The Supernals Experiment (Canon Comics).

Bilquis Evely is a rising star on Dynamite's roster of talented artists. Recently she worked alongside writer Chris Roberson on the critically acclaimed Doc Savageminiseries. Her other works include The Shadow / Green Hornet: Dark Nightscrossover event with writer Michael Uslan, The Shadow Annual #1, and Miss Fury. Evely's experience with Dynamite's pulp heroes has made her the perfect fit for the mean streets of 1970's New York City in Shaft.

"The response by the media and fans over the announcement of a Shaft comic book series was nothing short of electric," says Nick Barrucci, Publisher and CEO of Dynamite Entertainment. "Frankly, there's no one better suited to take the reins on this project than David F. Walker, whose vast knowledge of and appreciation for the genre have been welcome and invaluable in our launch of the Shaft series. Combining his energetic take on this superbad private detective with Bilquis Evely's impressive artistic skills, and we have all the makings of an explosive comic for Shaftfans to love."

Shaft #1 will be solicited in Diamond Comic Distributors' October Previews catalog, the premiere source of merchandise for the comic book specialty market, and slated for release in December. Comic book fans are encouraged to reserve copies of Shaft #1 with their local comic book retailers. Shaft will also be available for individual customer purchase through digital platforms courtesy of Comixology, iVerse, and Dark Horse Digital.

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BUNN LAUNCHES ALL-NEW ARMY OF DARKNESS SERIES
09/16/14 @ 7:17 pm EST
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Dynamite Entertainment proudly announces that its flagship title and longest-running comic book series, Army of Darkness, will launch with a brand new #1 issue in December. Cullen Bunn, the celebrated writer of Deadpool, will take iconic horror hero Ash Williams somewhere he has never been before: outer space. Longtime franchise fans are invited to strap themselves in for the bold new direction, in a series featuring interior artwork byArmy of Darkness staple Larry Watts, as well as cover artwork by industry heavyweights, including Gabriel Hardman, Tim Seeley, Art Adams, Walter Flanagan, and Jay Shaw.

Ash Williams, the hero of horror franchise Army of Darkness and reluctant "Chosen One" in the war against demons, has encountered so many strange happenings over hte years, but nothing could have prepared him for his latest misadventure. Catapulted into the depths of space, Ash must confront the Deadites in a place where no one can hear his screams... or his chainsaw... or his boomstick! What do the forces of the evil dead want with the International Space Station... and can our square-jawed protagonist prevent Armageddon?

"Ash is kind of the ultimate screwball knucklehead, and he really has no business being the 'Chosen One' in the battle against ultimate darkness. That's what makes him such a compelling underdog," says Bunn, whose new Army of Darkness series follows on the heels of his contribution to November's Army of Darkness #1992.1 one-shot special. "With this new series, we're taking the 'fish out of water' storyline to the next level, because not only is Ash fighting the Deadites, he's doing so in the depths of space! With such a strange set-up, it might be easy to think that this is a big departure from what we've seen before, but my goal has been to make this 'feel' very much like it belongs in the same family as the source material, even though the setting is so vastly different."

Cullen Bunn is a freelance writer perhaps best known for Marvel Comics' popular Deadpool andMagneto series, as well as the Oni Press series The Damned and The Sixth Gun. He is also a short story writer and novelist; his major publications outside of the comic book sphere includeCrooked Hills and Creeping Stones & Other Stories. He has been nominated for the Bram Stoker Award (2012), the Eisner Award (2012), and the Ghastly Awards (2011), and is the winner of Broken Frontier's "Best Writer Independent" Award (2011).

Army of Darkness is a 1992 fantasy/comedy film with strong horror elements starring Bruce Campbell (Burn Notice) and Embeth Davidtz, the third installment in a trilogy featuring reluctant hero Ash Williams. Directed by Sam Raimi (Spider-Man), the film saw its tough-as-nails, wise-cracking protagonist transported from the modern era to the Dark Ages in his continuing war against demonic evil. Army of Darkness generated a dedicated fan following for its premise and lead actor.

"Cullen Bunn has been tearing up the comic book universe with his work on Deadpool -- an offbeat, unpredictable explosion of mirth and mayhem -- and it's just that sort of frenetic storytelling that makes Cullen the perfect fit for the Army of Darkness world," says Nick Barrucci, Dynamite CEO and Publisher. "Larry Watts is the icing on the cake, because his comic and horror sensibilities are just right to bring Cullen's script to life. We're taking Ash to the stars on his biggest adventure yet, and you'll never believe what happens next."

Army of Darkness #1 will be solicited in Diamond Comic Distributors' October Previews catalog, the premiere source of merchandise for the comic book specialty market, and slated for release in December. Comic book fans are encouraged to reserve copies of Army of Darkness #1 with their local comic book retailers. Army of Darkness will also be available for individual customer purchase through digital platforms courtesy of Comixology, iVerse, and Dark Horse Digital.

BOND 24 TO START FILMING IN DECEMBER
09/15/14 @ 8:03 pm EST
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The twenty-fourth chapter in the James Bond franchise is set to go before the cameras this December.

Sam Mendes will be back once again to helm the movie along with screenwriters John Logan, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade.

Cast wise we’ll see the return of Daniel Craig (Bond), Ralph Fiennes (M), Naomi Harris (Miss Monneypenny), and Ben Whishaw (Q). Fiennes of course took over the role of M at the end of Skyfall which will make the first Bond movie without Judi Dench in over 20 years.

The report says that casting for a new Bond Girl and villain are underway.



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RUMORS OF AN OBI WAN KENOBI STAND ALONE FILM
09/15/14 @ 7:58 pm EST
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From the website MakingStarWars.Net (via Bleeding Cool), comes a rumor from what the site, er uh, sights as a “source” saying that a Kenobi stand-alone movie is in the works:

“Obi-Wan Kenobi – I’ve heard from quite a few people now that an Obi-Wan Kenobi movie is in the works. For the spin-off movies they were initially going to stay away from any Jedi or Sith characters. But I’m hearing now that because of the popularity of Obi-Wan (fans recently voting for him on the official website etc) that an art team is now working with a writer on concepts for an Obi-Wan movie.”

Only a rumor now, mind you. But Disney said there would be a movie a year from the franchise, so …
EVERYONE NEEDS A SUPERHERO: RUNNING FOR THE CHILDREN IN KENTUCKY
09/15/14 @ 7:48 pm EST
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Every child needs a hero, but abused children need superheroes!

On September 20, superheroes of all ages will gather at Coldstream Park in Lexington, KY, for a 5K, kids run and lots of special activities as a fundraiser to help the abused children of the Bluegrass.

This is not your typical 5K. There will be hidden superhero figurines along the course that can be redeemed at the finish for special prizes. All children 12 and under will receive custom CASA Superhero Run capes with registration.

There will also be awards for the largest groups in the following categories: friends & family, business or organization, church team, and Greek team.

There will be costume contests with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes for the best Super Kid, Super Pet, Traditional Superhero, Original Superhero, and Super Group.

The 1K will start at 9 AM and at the conclusion of the 1K or 9:15 AM (whichever is later) the 5K will begin.

CASA is a group of community volunteers trained to step into courtrooms on behalf of the children: Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers.

In 1986 Don Paris, then a District Court Judge, attended the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada. There he participated in a workshop on CASA. He embraced the concept and returned to Lexington determined to develop a program. Working with Sue Timmons, Dependency Coordinator for Juvenile Court Services, the two developed the CASA Project of Lexington.

On February 15, 1990 the CASA Project adopted the Friend of Court Model. In this model the judge utilizes the CASA as an impartial observer to serve as the eyes and ears of the court. CASA of Lexington operated solely as a project of Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government’s Department of Social Services until May 2003, when the program incorporated and became a non-profit organization.

The program continues its relationship with the Lexington Urban County Government, while the non-profit status enables it to seek grants, tax-deductible donations, and other forms of support. The program is currently funded by grants, donations, fundraising, and continued support from local government, making it a unique public-private partnership.

Currently, CASA of Lexington has 57 volunteers serving 139 children in Fayette County.

For more information, check this out, hero! -- Byron Brewer



SPIDER-HAM TO GET HIS OWN SINGLE SLICE
09/15/14 @ 5:57 pm EST
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From the Amazon listing of the Spider-Verse hardcover … a little look at the contents reveals…

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 7-15, SUPERIOR SPIDER-MAN 32-33, FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2014 (GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY) 1 (5 PAGE SPIDER-MAN STORY), SPIDER-VERSE 1, SPIDER-VERSE TEAM-UP 1-3, EDGE OF SPIDER-VERSE 1-4, SCARLET SPIDERS 1-3, SPIDER-WOMAN 1-3, SPIDER-MAN 2099 6-8, SPIDER-HAM: PIG TIME

Looks like the hero that can do anything a porker (Peter Porker, that is) can is in a one-shot!

Can Forbush Man be far behind??
GUINNESS NAMES WORLD'S LARGEST COMIC COLLECTION
09/15/14 @ 5:50 pm EST
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The 2015 edition of theGuinness Book of World Records names Bob Bretall of Mission Viejo, California as the owner of the world’s Largest Collection of Comic Books, Bretall announced on his blog. At the time he submitted his collection (May 1), he had 94,268 individual comics, which he explained does not include any duplicates. Each comic was purchased as an individual issue; there were no bulk buys.

Bretall distinguishes his collection from retailer/dealer inventory, and says he’s read 90-95% of the comics he owns. He declined to value any of his comics.

"I do not like to emphasize the moneteray aspects of collecting comics," he explained. "Too many stories about comics collecting focus on how many $$ everything is worth instead of the great stories and characters."




SHERIFF ATTACKS 'SOUL EATER,' SAYS CAUSED ARSON ATTACK
09/15/14 @ 5:46 pm EST
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A Florida sheriff has attacked the manga Soul Eater as being a cause of an arson attack in which a 14-year-old girl set fire to the garage of her home while her mother and brother were sleeping inside, then ran away.

They both escaped safely, but Pasco County Sheriff Chris Nocco, in remarks transcribed by the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, tied the arson to the Soul Eater manga and Slender Man, an Internet meme that’s the subject of online fiction and drawings.

"I understand there’s a First Amendment and we defend the Constitution, I believe in it," Nocco said. "However, when there’s times when they know they’re putting things up there and their targeted audience, you know, they’re absolutely manipulating their brain, causing them to do things, you know, such as try to set, you know, kill people, harm them, and this girl’s situation, you know, it leads to her trying to burn her family, kill her family? ..."
FRANK CHO'S 'SKYBOURNE' AND 'WORLD OF PAYNE' COMING
09/15/14 @ 5:41 pm EST
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Frank Cho has made two recent announcements about new creator-owned series launching in 2015: World of Payne from Flesk Publications in the spring, and Skybourne from BOOM! Studios in the fall.

Details about the Skybourne series are scarce, but BOOM! confirmed that it was the publisher for the planned release.


Cho will partner with Thomas Sniegoski (Stupid, Stupid Rat Tails, Talent) for the urban-fantasy World of Payne. The story follows psychic private investigator Lockwood Payne, a modern day sorcerer descended from an ancient society of witches and wizards.
SCOTT GLENN JOINS MARVEL'S DAREDEVIL FOR NETFLIX
09/15/14 @ 5:32 pm EST
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Marvel and Netflix are proud to announce that acclaimed actor Scott Glenn has joined "Marvel's Daredevil," an all-new 13-episode series premiering on Netflix in 2015.

Best known for his work in blockbuster films such as "The Bourne Ultimatum," "Silence of The Lambs" and "The Hunt For Red October," Scott Glenn will play Stick, the mysterious martial artist and mentor of Matt Murdock (a.k.a. Daredevil).

Scott Glenn to star as Stick in Marvel's Daredevil for Netflix

Scott Glenn joins Charlie Cox (Matt Murdock), Deborah Ann Woll (Karen Page), Elden Henson (Foggy Nelson), with Rosario Dawson and Vincent D'Onofrio (Wilson Fisk) in the critically-lauded cast of "Marvel's Daredevil."

"Stick is one of the most important figures in Matt Murdock's life and Scott Glenn embodies all the qualities of someone so integral to this hero's journey," said Jeph Loeb, Marvel's Head of Television. "There are few actors who could bring such the authenticity, gravitas and charisma to such a key role in Matt's journey to become the super hero we call Daredevil."

"Marvel's Daredevil" follows the journey of Matt Murdock, who was blinded as a young boy but imbued with extraordinary senses, now fighting against injustice by day as a lawyer, and by night as the super hero Daredevil in modern day Hell's Kitchen, New York City.

Marvel's first original series on Netflix is Executive Produced by series Showrunner Steven S. DeKnight ("Spartacus," "Buffy: The Vampire Slayer," "Angel") and Drew Goddard ("Cabin in the Woods," "Lost," "Buffy The Vampire Slayer," in addition to writing the first two episodes of "Marvel's Daredevil"), along with Marvel TV's Jeph Loeb ("Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," "Smallville," "Heroes").

"Marvel's Daredevil" is produced by Marvel Television in association with ABC Studios for Netflix

 
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