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Kung Fu Panda board game announced – and it’s not a Monopoly reskin

by Bevan Clatworthyon 18/10/2015
Yep, you read it right people. Modiphius Entertainment, makers of the John Carter RPG, Achtung! Cthulhu and the new Thunderbirds board game have signed a licensing agreement with Dreamworks Animation to produce Kung Fu Panda: the Co-operative game. Letting you step in to the action as either Po or one of the Furious Five, the […]

8 Sequels And Remakes I Actually Want, That Hollywood Will Not Give Me

by spikedirectionon 07/07/2015
You don’t have to look hard to find film fans complaining, at length, about the indomitable tide of unwanted sequels or remakes swamping our cinemas and taking funds away from creative or interesting ideas. I’d usually be one of them; I’d much rather be surprised by something new, than watch studio execs, led by focus […]

Ron Marz set to write new John Carter Warlord of Mars from Dynamite

by Andy Haighon 23/07/2014
John Carter: Warlord of Mars is set to return from Dynamite later this year following the publisher and Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc coming to a somewhat surprising agreement first announced earlier this year over a complicated rights dispute relating to several of Burroughs properties. Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote several science fiction/fantasy novels featuring John Carter […]

Warlord of Mars: Dejah Thoris: The Vampire Men of Saturn

by Andy Haighon 19/09/2013
In self-imposed exile due to her actions nearly causing the fall of Helium.(the city she called home), Dejah Thoris is now wandering the northern wastes racked with guilt for her actions- even though her will was not her own. An encounter with a member of a mythical race in the wastes leads to Dejah being […]

John Carter -Film – 7GPPs

by Andrew Corbanon 16/04/2012
  Plot: Renegade Virginian Civil War veteran Captain John Carter (Kitsch) finds himself mysteriously transported from a cave in Arizona, 1868, to the planet of Barsoom (Mars), where he unexpectedly tips the balance of a war between the Zodangans and the Heliumites, by rescuing Heliumite princess DejahThoris (Collins) while earning the enmity of the sinister […]

Is Disney’s John Carter really the flop you’ve been lead to believe?

by Andrew Corbanon 04/04/2012
It has been heavily reported in the media that Disney’s John Carter is the biggest box office flop off all time; costing an estimated $250m (£160m) to produce and a further $100m on advertising, you could be forgiven for thinking that it makes the 1995 flop Waterworld, starring Kevin Costner and Dennis Hopper, look like […]