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MOVIE REVIEW : MANHUNTER (1986)

I spent years under the illusion that I had seen all the movie adaptations of Thomas Harris’ novels. Having recently become addicted to the Hannibal TV Series… 556 more words

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Cult Comic Essentials: Walter Simonson - Manhunter (Hardcover Artist Edition)

Manhunter by Archie Goodwin and Walter Simonson was one of the most acclaimed series’ of the 1970s, winning numerous awards along the way-not bad for a backup feature that only ran seven episodes! 52 more words

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Comic Book's Unsung Heroes: An Interview with- Steven Grant! Part 2

Well, here we go with part two of the interview. In this segment, Steven and I discuss more of his Marvel work, then on to his time at DC comics, Dark Horse Comics, and finally his work in the film industry! 10,619 more words

Comic Books

Adam's Fun Facts: Hall & Oats, Surviving A Fall, Scrabble & More

How long have the Baha Men been together?  What was the original name of the game Scrabble?  What are the chances you’d live from a 84 feet fall?  163 more words

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The Martian Manhunter is Back

Shape-shifting Martians are invading Earth-so where is J’onn J’onzz to stop them? Trust no one as the Martian Manhunter tries to stop these ruthless alien terrorists from destroying everything!

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Fiction Never Ends

PTS Presents The Gary Young Special Episode 1: Michael Mann's MANHUNTER and Jonathan Demme's SILENCE OF THE LAMBS

Our first monthly series with screenwriter Gary Young, where we discuss Michael Mann’s MANHUNTER and Jonathan Demme’s SILENCE OF THE LAMBS.  We also get into the television series HANNIBAL as well as Ridley Scott’s HANNIBAL and we briefly touch upon Brett Ratner’s RED DRAGON. 7 more words

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Fedoralady on 'Manhunter,' 'Hannibal' and Armitage's flawed heroes (who haven't actually eaten anyone)

Richard and I have “been together” for just under eight years now. I discovered him as that absolutely delicious baddie (who turned into a goodie but still had to die for his past sins) Sir Guy on BBC America. 1,534 more words

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