Image Comics Does Lovecraft

I'll let some of our comic experts chime in with opinions on this in the comments, but I wanted to give you guys a heads up on Image Comic's new project, which sounds pretty sweet. It will basically take prolific horror author H.P. Lovecraft (great Wiki on his life for those not familiar with him), and put him in the middle of some supernatural stories. It's called "The Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft". Here's the official synopsis:

Why Rourke Should Have Won

Mickey Rourke may have been snubbed at the Oscars, but he did get his Best Actor win at the Spirit Awards the night before, and this speech proves why he should win every award ever given out for everything.

Um, I don't know what you do honey.

Possible NSFW-ness for gratuitous F Bombs on live television, disgusting facial surgery aftermath and general pimptasticness. I can't possibly imagine why this guy has trouble landing jobs in Hollywood.

Episode 63 - "Poultrygeist: Night of the Chicken Dead"

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We take a much needed vacation to Tromaville and review Lloyd Kaufman's latest ode to scatological humor.

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Tokyo Gore Police (REVIEW)

If you’re a self-proclaimed fanatic of the strange, the bizarre, and the unusual, Japanese cinema is probably the best place to indulge your admittedly warped taste in film. The country is literally overflowing with some of the craziest nonsense ever committed to celluloid, ranging from unhealthy and unsanitary sexual practices to the sort of demented body horror that would send David Cronenberg into violent fits of unbridled terror. Simply put, the vast majority of their genre-related output is the cinematic equivalent of a Coney Island freak show for the morally and spiritually bankrupt.

Battlestar 4.18 - "Deadlock"

Only four more episodes to go after this one.

Who has the sniffles?

I certainly do, after seeing what an excellent job Michael Hogan was able to do this episode. To me, way before this final five idea took center stage, Tigh was one of the most intriguing characters on the show. He certainly wasn't the most likable, but in my opinion, the episodes of the second season that dealt with him taking over for a comatose Adama were some of the show's best. They proved both to fans and critics how realistic these characters can actually be.

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