Articles tagged with: John Carter
Water being found on Mars was big news out of NASA last week. Way to go, science! John Carter fans could have told you that over a hundred years ago.
I applaud SDCC for recognizing Doc Savage and The Shadow in their busy programming schedule; pulp heroes who inspired almost every aspect of any comic convention.
Friday at San Diego Comic Con we focused on the pulp magazine roots of comics, with panels showcasing The Shadow, Doc Savage, Tarzan and John Carter of Mars.
You may have missed it over all the Ultron ballyhoo, but it was announced that the Edgar Rice Burroughs estate has regained all rights to John Carter of Mars.
Our Saturday schedule was dedicated to attending the classic comic creator panels that featured some of the biggest names in sequential art history.
Welcome to our 3rd edition of our critically acclaimed series that looks at who should win Academy Awards based on nerd cred.
As another fun year at the movies comes to a close it’s time to look back and reflect on what we’ve learned and what we’ve seen on the silver screen in 2013…
This biopic about the making of Mary Poppins and the backstory of its over-protective author is a wonderful film and a treat for film history buffs.
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.