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America's most wanted man is Snake Plissken in BOOM!'s "Escape from New York" #2 by Christopher Sebela and Diego Barreto, on sale Jan. 7.
Jack Burton comes to comics as Eric Powell and company spill the beans on what’s coming in BOOM!'s "Big Trouble in Little China."
"Dead Letters" writer Christopher Sebela talks to CBR about writing BOOM!'s just announced comic based on John Carpenter's "Escape From New York."
John Carpenter, Eric Powell & Brian Churilla deliver "a fun introductory issue" with BOOM! Studios' "Big Trouble in Little China" #1.
Organizers dub it "the largest event of its kind ever held in the U.K.”! John Carpenter and Eric Powell on "Big Trouble in Little China"! Stan Lee and Chris Claremont talk X-Men!
Eric Powell and Brian Churilla team with John Carpenter and BOOM! Studios to tell the adventures of Jack Burton, star of "Big Trouble In Little China."
Despite frightening creature effects and an enjoyable performance by star Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Universal's prequel to "The Thing" falls well short of John Carpenter's horror classic.
"NCIS: Los Angeles" star Eric Christian Olsen and"Lost" and "Oz" alum Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje discuss their roles in the Universal Pictures prequel "The Thing."
"The Thing" director Matthijs van Heijningen Jr. spoke with SPINOFF ONLINE about helming the Universal Pictures prequel, and his love for the 1982 John Carpenter original.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead, star of the Universal Pictures prequel "The Thing," discusses the roles of women in horror movies, flamethrowers and her love of John Carpenter's 1982 classic.
Darkchylde creator Randy Queen spoke with CBR News about this week's release of the "Legacy and Redemption" collection, the character's 15th anniversary in 2011 and the progress of John Carpenter's feature film.
Horror legend John Carpenter has been officially named as the director of "Darkchylde," the live-action adaptation of the popular comic created by writer/artist Randy Queen.
The CBR Boat Show cruises with Steve Niles who talks comics, updates the status of the feature film “Walk the Dead” and announces that his next feature film script will be for horror director legend John Carpenter.