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Echo: A Review


Echo, Volume 1: Moon Lake by Terry Moore

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I haven’t read a lot of graphic novels recently, but I enjoyed the Marvel universe when I was a kid, as well as an adult with all of the movies that they put out now. 265 more words

My Home

Strangers in Paradise to become a movie?

It has been announced today that filmmaker Angela Robinson has partnered with Terry Moore to adapt his long-running graphic novel Strangers in Paradise into a movie. 245 more words

News

Hollyweird Continued

Over the last few years Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise has built a cult audience. The first appearance of the series, Strangers in Paradise #1 has a notoriously low print run – this year, high grade copies of this book have sold for $300 to $400. 144 more words

Comics

6 Comic Books That Should be Turned into TV Shows

Written by: Mathew ‘JJ’ Simoes

Live action comic-book adaptations are all the rage these days, with the most notable of adaptations being superhero works.  However there are many comics that have yet to be adapted or had adaptations fall flat.  797 more words

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Echo (Vol. 1): Moon Lake

An explosion over Moon Lake catches photographer Julie Martin by surprise. Liquid metal rains from the sky, sticking to her skin and her truck. The metal seems… alive. 223 more words

Terry Moore water-skiing

Terry Moore (born 1929): “once a Hollywood starlet with Oscar potential, nowadays may be well known for her daring stint in Playboy Magazine. That’s right, the woman who knew Elvis and Marilyn, dated James Dean, and made a slew of flicks in the 1950s, more recently made news by claiming to be Howard Hughes’ widow and posing for Playboy when she was in her 50s.” CyberProfile

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