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In an interview with Fresh Ink’s Blair Butler, comic book author Mark Millar said he’d like to make a trilogy of films for a re-booted Superman series, and it might happen. Millar's vision for a new Superman:

"I've had this plan for like 10 years for a big three-picture Superman thing, like a Lord of the Rings epic, starting over from scratch again with a seven-hour Superman story. One to be released each year." Millar said.

Millar says there's nothing firm yet,  but he hopes to get word over the next few weeks. If everything goes perfectly, they'll be shooting next summer. Check it out below:

Mark Millar Interview: War Heroes, Kick Ass, and Superman »


 

Do you like movies? Do you like art? Do you like artistic interpretations of cult films? Can I stop asking you questions now?

Last week, the Crazy4Cult 2 art show opened at Gallery 1988, hosted by none other than Kevin Smith and his producer, Scott Mosier. After the success of last year's Crazy4Cult show, Kevin immediately agreed to continue the tradition for at least another year, and chances are for many more years to come. This year's show is three-times as big as last year, with over 150 pieces of art commemorating films like The Wizard of OZ, Donnie Darko, Strange Brew, and Total Recall just to name a few. To cover this marriage of film and canvas, we sent our very own Blair Butler for a special artsy-fartsy edition of Geek Out. Enjoy getting some culture.

 

Crazy4Cult 2: This Time It's Personal »


 

If you're in or anywhere near Los Angeles, you owe it to yourself to check out Crazy4Cult 2 in person at Gallery1988 on Melrose at La Brea.  The show runs thru Sept 12th.

Gallery1988 Crazy4Cult 2 Website

Comic Con 08: Doug TenNapel

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Posted August 1, 2008 - By Ernesto Moreno

As if Comic Con 08 couldn't have been any bigger, Earthworm Jim Creator Doug TenNapel, Doug Jones (Hellboy 2, Pan's Labyrinth) John Heder (Napoleon Dynamite) and Dan Heder were all on site to promote the newest episode of Sockbaby. Sockbaby 4 is the latest in a series of hilarious shorts written by Doug TenNapel and John Soares. It features the adventures of Ronnie Cordova and his companion Burger. If you haven't seen it, first feel ashamed, then check out the pictures from the Panel here then go see the Sockbaby 1-4 at Sockbaby.com

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Big News Roundup With Blair Butler

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Posted July 24, 2008 - By Yodapollo

Blair Butler takes us around Comic-Con one last time for today to roundup all of the news and events that went on in San Diego.

Blair Butler Big News Roundup »

A Cannes Overview With Blair Butler »



Blair Butler got to go to the Cannes Film Festival, and see all of the great movies that came out over the course of the past week. And now, she's back to let us know what went on there. Sure, she might be a little jet lagged, but that won't stop her from giving us the scoop on films like Kung Fu Panda, Tyson, and Blindness.

So, if you're into movies at all, and who isn't, this should hold your interest!

Geek Out: BSG Live!

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Posted May 8, 2008 - By Yodapollo

This past Tax Day, April 15th, a very special event took place at the Roxy in Los Angeles, California. Nerds from all over crowded together for a sold-out show where composer Bear McCreary brought the music of Battlestar Galactica to a live concert venue.

We were the only ones given full access to everyone and everything inside the club. Sure we could be selfish and keep all the BSG-sweetness for ourselves, but we're not like that. We're about sharing.

Bear, his brother Brendan, the lovely Raya Yarbrough, and the Galactica's own Kandyse McClure all found time to sit down with us and talk about this unique concert event that brought musicians, performers, and geeks together like nothing has before.

Geek Out: BSG Live: The Music of Bear McCreary »


This is the only place where you can see this footage! Also, be sure to check back next week, where we'll have some more BSG Live surprises up our sleeve.

Fresh Ink With Blair Butler

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Posted April 1, 2008 - By Eugene Morton

For most of us, comic book shops aren’t merely a place for buying illustrated books about costumed crusaders, they’re a haven, a safe place where we can talk about the titans which occupy worlds that only exist on the printed page and in our collective imagination.

They are a place to seriously discuss the pitfalls and triumphs of the dedicated super heroes we love and malevolent villains we loathe.

For the faithful, they have a sacred quality to them and nothing ruins that feeling of sanctity more than returning home from the local shop for some quality reading time only to discover that you’ve purchased, polybagged and boarded the print and paper equivalent of a Uwe Boll film.

Don’t let that happen. Hear what comic expert Blair Butler has to say about this week’s slew of releases and avoid breaking into another fit of nerd rage.

Today, Blair will review Batman: The Killing Joke, All Star Superman #10 and Death Note.

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Geek Out: Starship Troopers 3

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Posted March 5, 2008 - By juster

Blair Butler, geek goddess and queen of all things rad, recently caught up with Casper Van Dien, Jolene Blalock and writer/director Ed Neumeier at WonderCon '08 to discuss the upcoming bugapalooza - Starship Troopers 3.   Check it out below.

 

Geek Out: Starship Troopers 3 »


 

EDIT: To answer some of the questions in the comments section... this movie will go straight to DVD.  Since its a Sony film lets all hope that means Blu-ray too.

You can learn more about the film here

 

Fresh Ink With Blair Butler

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Posted February 27, 2008 - By Eugene Morton

For most of us, comic book shops aren’t merely a place for buying illustrated books about costumed crusaders, they’re a haven, a safe place where we can talk about the titans which occupy worlds that only exist on the printed page and in our collective imagination.

They are a place to seriously discuss the pitfalls and triumphs of the dedicated super heroes we love and malevolent villains we loathe.

For the faithful, they have a sacred quality to them and nothing ruins that feeling of sanctity more than returning home from the local shop for some quality reading time only to discover that you’ve purchased, polybagged and boarded the print and paper equivalent of a Uwe Boll film.

Don’t let that happen. Hear what comic expert Blair Butler has to say about this week’s slew of releases and avoid breaking into another fit of nerd rage.

Today, Blair will review Green Lantern: The Sinestro Corps War- Volume 1, Heart-Shaped Box and The Arrival.

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Tags: Fresh Ink, Videos

Fresh Ink With Blair Butler

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Posted February 12, 2008 - By Eugene Morton

Caped crusaders, undead soldiers with otherworldly powers, web slinging wiseacres; all things you’ll find when Blair Butler flips open the covers of awesome, new comics, all so you can get a whiff of the most enticing aroma nerd olfactory senses can detect, Fresh Ink.

Blair will review the funny books as only she can, which means she’ll totally school you with the kind of authoritative, insightful analysis that makes even the most die hard comic geeks look like total posers.

  • Star Wars: Dark Times
  • What Were They Thinking?

Also, a big “thanks” goes out to Golden Apple Comics who were kind enough to allow us to use their space to make the magic that is Fresh Ink. For all of your comic book needs and more, check out Golden Apple. Your inner fanboy will thank you.

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