Articles tagged with: John Carter
Thor: The Dark World is a breathtaking battle between good and evil with fun romance thrown in for good measure – a nice addition to the Marvel movie series…
We’ve compiled a list of 10 things you probably don’t know about the Man of Steel that will give you the super-ability to up, up and amaze your friends.
Michael D. Sellers’ book, John Carter and the Gods of Hollywood, tells the sordid story of John Carter’s ill-fated one-hundred-year journey to the big screen.
A 117-year-old Arizona telescope that helped inspire the work of H.G. Wells and Edgar Rice Burroughs is now in need of some serious renovations.
“Zero Dark Thirty” star Jessica Chastain is being considered for the part of Jane in David Yates’ upcoming “Tarzan” film
It was one year ago this week that the long-awaited film version of John Carter of Mars finally arrived in theaters.
The nominees for the 2012 Nebula Awards, honoring excellence in sci-fi and fantasy writing, have been announced.
We did it! We’ve survived the 2012 Mayan apocalypse and everyone is happy to still be here. (Well, unless you were one of those doomsday preppers who dished out $1 million plus for your own private bunker.) But if the world did have to end in 2012 at least we would have left this existence knowing we had enjoyed our final year with some of the best genre movies to have ever been produced.
These fantastic figures and guilds of geekery have survived the test of time to become permanent fixtures in our society and their legacies continue to ripple across our collective cultural consciousness.
[media-credit name="What if Katniss Everdeen fought John Carter and Judge Dredd in a fair fight?" align="aligncenter" width="580"][/media-credit]Pop-culture enthusiasts love to debate “what-if” scenarios like, “Who would win if Superman fought the Hulk?” Or, “What if …