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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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WALTER KOENIG, TIM RUSS, ROBERT PICARDO JOIN NEW FACES FOR INDEPENDENT STAR TREK PILOT
07/28/15 @ 11:08 pm EST
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The team which gave us the fan-film Star Trek: Of Gods and Men, announced a new professionally produced television pilot to be presented for a possible online series.

Press Release:

"It has been seven long years since Enterprise left the air, and though we’ve had the recent big screen adaptation of Gene Roddenberry’s futuristic vision (and the sequel coming next year), we feel the true home of Star Trek is as a continuing episodic series. The goal of this project is to make that happen.

"Fans have been anxiously waiting for this soon-to-be cult classic feature by multi-award-winning director, Tim Russ, which will premiere on Saturday, August 1, 2015 at the historical Crest Theatre in Westwood, California.”

It added that Star Trek: Renegades is an independent online show that will be released on DVD/Blu-ray.

A special fan screening at will run before the 7pm premiere, at 4:30pm

The film stars Adrienne Wilkinson (Xena: Warrior Princess, Star Wars: The Clone Wars) as Captain Lexxa Singh. The Renegades’ antagonist in the film, Borrada, is played by Bruce A. Young (The Sentinel, NYPD Blue).

Also in the cast are Walter Koenig (Chekov, Original Series), Tim Russ (Tuvok, Voyager), Gary Graham (Alien Nation; Soval, Enterprise), Robert Picardo (The Doctor, Voyager), Sean Young (Blade Runner, Dune), Manu Intiraymi (Icheb, Voyager), Corin Nemec (Stargate SG-1, Parker Lewis Can’t Lose), Edward Furlong (Terminator 2: Judgement Day), Courtney Peldon (Entourage, Home Improvement), Chasty Ballesteros (Final Destination 5, The Newsroom), Kevin Fry (Eraser, Sons of Anarchy), Larissa Gomes (Saw VI, Saw 3D), actress/stunt performer Tarah Paige (Make It or Break It, Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Vic Mignogna (Dragonball Z, Star Trek Continues), Rico E. Anderson (Star Trek 2009, Dollhouse), Richard Herd (Admiral Paris, Voyager), Herbert Jefferson Jr (Battlestar Galactica) and more.
A NEW MARVEL SEASON EVERY SIX MONTHS FROM NETFLIX
07/28/15 @ 10:55 pm EST
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While at the Television Critic’s Association today, head of Netflixcontent Ted Sarandos told the audience, including Variety’s Laura Prudom, that Marvel’s Jessica Jones will debut by the end of 2015 and that ideally there would be a new Marvel series every six months. Once all four of the series have been launched, they will crossover in the Defenders, but some series will have multiple seasons before that happens as is the case with Marvel’s Daredevil.

Also there appeared to be a quick glimpse of Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones in the sizzle reel. Netflix will most likely release that to the internet soon.

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THIS WEEK FROM AVATAR PRESS – CROSSED: BADLANDS #81 AND #82
07/28/15 @ 10:51 pm EST
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This week from Avatar Press we have two issues of Crossed: Badlands which kick off a new story arc both written and drawn by Mike Wolfer.

Crossed: Badlands #81

A new story arc “The Lesser of Two Evils” written and illustrated by Mike Wolfer begins here! Sometimes a group of people can be too clever for their own good. When a motley band of commuters are stranded on a partially collapsed overpass they soon discover that the situation may be a blessing. With the Crossed unable to reach them, they seem relatively safe. But are forced to see the horrors playing out all around them. But in a Crossed world, safety is an illusion that is oft shattered in horrific fashion. Available with Art Deco Limited Edition by Michael DiPascale, Regular and a special Red Crossed Incentive Cover by Christian Zanier, Wraparound by Nahuel Lopez and Torture cover by Raulo Caceres. Also, starting this issue, there is a special C-Day Worldwide cover by Facundo Percio that looks at the first day of the outbreak in different countries and locations around the World!

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Crossed: Badlands #82

After admitting two women into their defensible stronghold atop a collapsed bridge, an uneasy alliance of survivors discovers just how the women successfully navigated through the horrors on the ground below- They followed the advice of their “bible,” a best-selling, “zombie survival guide” novel. Fiction or not, the book could be the answer to saving all of their lives in the wasteland ruled by the maniacal Crossed! Available with Regular Cover by Christian Zanier, Wraparound& Torture Covers by Raulo Caceres, C-Day Worldwide Cover by Facundo Percio, Art Deco Cover by Michael Dipascale, and Red Crossed Incentive Cover also by Zanier

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“A SILLY, GROTESQUE LOST CHAPTER.” – MARK RAHNER TALKS VAMPIRELLA / ARMY OF DARKNESS
07/28/15 @ 10:38 pm EST
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Mark Rahner has been responsible for bringing together two horror icons for Dynamite. Now the writer talks about the series and the meeting of Ash Williams andVampirella. Cover art by Tim Seeley.

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BYRON BREWER: Mark, in October you reach the climax of this mini with Ash and Vampirella. Did you tell the story you wanted to tell?

MARK RAHNER: No, I wanted to tell an uplifting story of the power of love and the beauty of faith, or the beauty of love and power of faith. But this filthy, violent, profane monster adventure came spilling out of me instead.The story was meant to fit seamlessly within the canonical Army of Darkness movie – a lost chapter. A silly, grotesque lost chapter. We learn that Vampi is collateral damage from Ash’s idiocy in handling the Necronomicon Ex Mortis. In that sense, it was a satisfying climax. Was it good for you, too?By the way, I’m also pleased that the aftertaste of this story will be lingering in fans’ mouths when the new Ash vs. Evil Dead series starts.ADVERTISEMENT

BB: What was the greatest challenge? Introducing Vampirella into one of Ash’s world or introducing Ash’s broad humor into the monstrous world of Vampi?

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MR: Finding a way to get Ash into Vampi’s skimpy red outfit was the greatest challenge, and I was forced to abandon that. But now you have that visual in your mind.And they clearly don’t fit anywhere in each other’s worlds – which is where the fun comes in. She’s a no-nonsense vampire, and the Necronomicon has transformed and possessed her at the outset. She’s furious with Ash for bringing her to 1300 A.D., thinks he’s a dimwit and really doesn’t like this wise-cracking jerk. But she needs him alive if she wants to get back to where she belongs.

BB: If given a choice, which of the two characters would you like to do an ongoing with and why?

MR: What is this, Sophie’s Choice? You can’t make me choose between my children, damn you!I’ve written plenty of Vampi – in fact, go get the Vampirella Bites collection right now! And I’ve also written Ash in Army of Darkness/Reanimator, which I especially dug because I put him right into the narrator/assistant’s role in the original H.P. Lovecraft tale. Believe it or not, I like ‘em both. I also like writing humor. I did a lot of that in my previous career as a newspaper hack, and don’t see a ton in mainstream comics. Much of the Vampi I’ve written has been satire, and I’d like to take her in a darker direction at some point. Ash is pretty much outright comedy. I’d be happy to spend more time with either one.

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BB: There is always something special about a Vampirella team-up. Why does this iconic character remain one of the favorites for writers to play with in the toy box

MR: I cannot deconstruct pleasure, sir.

BB: How did you find artist Jethro Morales’ interpretation of Ash and Vampi?

MR: I’ve worked with him before, and I think he just keeps getting better. (I think I’ve said that before, too, but it’s true!) I was especially tickled seeing his depictions of Ash as I described him in the script: drunk, cocky, buffoonish, cool … I didn’t want it overly cartoonish, and I think Jethro struck just the right balance.

BB: A lot of possessed monks around Issue 4. Just saying … (lol)

MR: You were thinking monks are scary enough on their own. But possessed monks who have also invoked something awful that they can’t control? Pass the diapers!

For more on Vampierlla / Army of Darkness, click here.
'SHAFT' GETTING REMAKE FROM 'BLACK-ISH' CREATOR
07/28/15 @ 10:34 pm EST
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Kenya Barris will write the script with Alex Barnow, a writer and executive producer on ABC's 'The Goldbergs.'

New Line wants to give you the shaft.

The company, which opens the reboot of Vacation on Wednesday, is in development on a reboot of Shaft, the cult Blaxploitation movie from the 1970s.

Black-ish creator Kenya Barris and Alex Barnow, an executive producer-writer on ABC’s The Goldbergs, have been tapped to write the script.

John Davis, who is producing the upcoming Man from U.N.C.L.E. reboot and the new take on Frankenstein with Victor Frankenstein, is producing with Ira Napoliello.

The original movie told of a private detective named John Shaft, played by Richard Roundtree, who is hired to find a missing girl in Harlem. The movie was on the leading edge of Blaxploitation, a new genre that seemed to embrace and empower a rising black culture (although some said it only enforced stereotypes). The soundtrack by Isaac Hayes (the theme is one of filmdom’s classics) also contributed to the film’s cult status.

Shaft got a slick and polished 21st century reboot in 2000 when John Singleton directed Samuel L. Jackson, who played the nephew of the character.

This new iteration will have a comedic tone but will retain its action roots.

Richard Brener and Samuel J. Brown are overseeing for the studio.
CHRIS PINE CLOSES DEAL TO STAR OPPOSITE GAL GADOT IN ‘WONDER WOMAN’
07/28/15 @ 10:28 pm EST
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Chris Pine has closed a deal to play Steve Trevor opposite Gal Gadot in “Wonder Woman,” The Wrap is reporting. Pine joins the DC Movie Universe in a multi-picture deal that includes sequel options, according to insiders.

A representative for Warner Bros. did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Steve Trevor will be no mere love interest for Gadot’s Diana Prince, as there will be plenty of action to keep him busy, though plot details remain under wraps.

Wonder Woman will be introduced in next year’s “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” before her solo movie hits theaters on June 23, 2017.
CHANNING TATUM SUPERHERO MOVIE ‘GAMBIT’ IN JEOPARDY AS DEAL UNRAVELS
07/28/15 @ 10:23 pm EST
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Channing Tatum’s “Gambit” deal is in jeopardy of falling apart and he is planning to exit the comic book project at 20th Century Fox, an individual with knowledge of the situation has told TheWrap.

The studio had been in the process of testing young actresses to star alongside Tatum, including Lea Seydoux, but insiders suggest that director Rupert Wyatt will soon have to find a new leading man.

It is unclear whether Tatum and his producing partner Reid Carolin plan to remain involved in a producing capacity, or whether Simon Kinberg and Lauren Shuler Donner will move forward on their own.

Representatives for 20th Century Fox and Tatum could not immediately be reached for comment.

One individual close to the project told TheWrap that Tatum’s reps are still in active discussions with the studio but acknowledged that “something is up.” The situation will have to be resolved quickly, as “Gambit” is slated for release on Oct. 7, 2016.

Tatum recently appeared at Comic Con to hype his turn as New Orleans thief Remy LeBeau, aka Gambit. The character was originally played by Taylor Kitsch in 2009’s “X-Men Origins: Wolverine.”
WEREWOLF COMIC 'BROOKLYN ANIMAL CONTROL' ORDERED TO PILOT AT USA NETWORK
07/28/15 @ 2:08 pm EST
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The drama hails from IDW Publishing and Universal Cable Productions, with David Goyer and 'The Walking Dead's' Dave Alpert attached.

USA Network continues to get darker.

The NBCUniversal-owned cable network has handed out a pilot order to Brooklyn Animal Control, based on the IDW Publishing comic book of the same name, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

The drama follows a secret subdivision of the NYPD that serves as social services for the city's werewolves. The drama will explore the lives of the case officers and the secret, insular werewolf community Kveld-Ulf, who are living deep in the borough.

Brooklyn will focus on city politics, immigrant communities and families divided by ambition, secrecy and tradition.Brooklyn will be written and exec produced by comic book creator JT Petty (Spliter Cell), with David S. Goyer (Batman v. Superman, DaVinci's Demons), Circle of Confusion's Rick Jacobs (Spare Parts) and David Alpert (The Walking Dead) attached to exec produce alongside IDW Entertainment'sDavid Ozer and Ted Adams. The drama is a co-production between Universal Cable Productions and IDW Entertainment.

“Fans of the comic book know that Brooklyn Animal Control is a thriller anchored inside the world of New York organized crime families,” said Jackie de Crinis, executive vp original programming. “At its core, it is a family drama, albeit an unconventional one.”

Brooklyn was one first titles IDW identified to bring to the small screen after launching its TV divisionwith Circle of Confusion (The Walking Dead) attached to oversee packaging and creative development of some of its more than 300 titles. The comic publisher also has a first-look development deal in place with Entertainment One, with whom it is partnering to bring V-Wars to the screen.

Brooklyn becomes USA's fourth pilot order of the season and joins Poor Richard's Almanack; Falling Water, from Gale Anne Hurd, Blake Masters and the late Henry Bromell; and Paradise Pictures, from Suits duo Aaron Korsh and Rick Muirragui. The cabler is also searching for a lead for itsShooter update.
THREE NEW BATMAN V. SUPERMAN IMAGES RELEASED
07/28/15 @ 2:02 pm EST
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Warner Bros. has released new images from Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice (via Empire).

The images feature both titular heroes – Batman (Ben Affleck) and Superman (Henry Cavill) – as well as villainous mastermind Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg). Check out all three images below.

In Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, following the destruction of Metropolis, Batman embarks on a personal vendetta against Superman.

BEFORE HE WAS AMAZING…HE WAS SPIDEY!
07/28/15 @ 1:57 pm EST
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Today, he’s the world’s greatest super hero. But long before he swung from rooftops as the Amazing Spider-Man, he was just a spider-powered teenager who knew that “with great power must also come great responsibility.” Today, Marvel is pleased to announce SPIDEY #1 – a brand-new ongoing series launching as part of All-New, All-Different Marvel! Follow the adventures of teenaged Peter Parker in a new series set within continuity from rising star writer Robbie Thompson (TV’s Supernatural, Silk)and blockbuster Marvel Young Gun artist Nick Bradshaw (Wolverine and the X-Men,Guardians of the Galaxy)!

“Everyone remembers their FIRST Spider-Man comic,” says Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso. “SPIDEY aims to be perfect as someone’s first Spider-Man comic, or their one thousandth. We’re not looking to re-tell stories here. What Robbie [Thompson] and Nick [Bradshaw] have put together is an exciting new take on Spider-Man at his arguably most iconic incarnation, and will feel fresh to new and old fans alike.”

Class is in session as two of the hottest creators in comics take Peter back to school for a classic and iconic take on the Spider-Man mythology. Familiar faces and new characters populate Peter Parker’s world as he balances his double life as a high school student and the high-flying, web-swinging new hero Spider-Man!

“Out of the 700+ issues of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN” shares Spider-Man Editor Nick Lowe, “Peter Parker was only in high school for thirty issues! Stan and Steve covered a lot, but there’s a lot of the high school and early super hero experience still on the table.”

Iconic villains, a classic supporting cast, the ol’ Parker Luck and more are back! Don’t miss one moment of these bombastic new adventures as Thompson and Bradshaw create a legend of their own when SPIDEY #1 comes to comic shops later this year!

SPIDEY #1 Written by ROBBIE THOMPSON

Art & Cover by NICK BRADSHAW
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