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Edward Scissorhands [2014 Comic Book Sequel]

So I just finished the first issue of the new Edward Scissorhands comic book mini-series and I have some  mixed feelings on it.

It takes place many years after the events of the film. 534 more words

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Edward Scissorhands #1 Review

At this point, IDW have pretty much cornered the market on film and TV show adaptations. Aside from Kaboom’s tie-ins, IDW have all the great shows, film adaptations and stories ( 613 more words

Comic Book Wednesday

Pull List October 22

Yesterday, Marvel announced one of my favourite heroes is getting her series cancelled, but considering the writer’s schedule, I am not surprised.  But I also have a #1 issue for you, and also a jumping point into an already existing series. 539 more words

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'Predator,' 'Edward Scissorhands', And Other Comics Of Note, October 22nd

The Predator is back… and he wants a piece of the most dangerous game in the universe. A review of his comeback, plus a look at this week’s notable books from DC Comics, Marvel, Image Comics, Dark Horse, IDW Publishing, and Boom! 3,729 more words

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The Many Faces of Depp

Meet Johnny, post butchery.

I cut out the squares with a knife and replaced the chunks with bits of Jack sparrow and Edward Scissorhands. A little traumatic for my mother who walked in while I was cutting him up, but otherwise it went pretty smoothly. 15 more words

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JOHNNY DEPP SCARY FILMS (IN HONOUR OF HALLOWE'EN)

Whilst I was researching Johnny Depp (all in the name of research on a purely professional basis of course!), it turns out he’s starred in numerous horror films, and in the spirit of Hallowe’en, I thought you might enjoy scaring the living the daylights out of yourself, so venture on… if you dare. 159 more words

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10/22/2014: Edward Scissorhands #1 (IDW)

I’ve been a fan of the artist on this series, Drew Rausch, since I found his wonderful creator-owned series Sullengrey back in 2oo5.  His art strikes a chord with me and I think it’s a perfect match for the Gothic & oddly off-kilter world of Edward Scissorhands.  217 more words

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