Category Archives: Comics
Tells of anthropomorphic mice set in medieval times, focusing on a brotherhood of mice that is sworn to protect the common folk.
Comic book Lone Wolf And Cub: Final Conflict is taking another trip to the big screen, this time as an English language movie from SP International Pictures.
Ken Barbet is set to helm the big screen adaptation of Destiny: Queen Of Thieves for Framelight Productions. The look and attitude of the story’s heroine is based on Mob Wives star Marissa Jade.
Centers on a female master thief who lives in New York City.
A contemporary Kung-Fu story that intertwines Shaolin mythology with many of the current issues faced by teens growing up in a gentrifying neighborhood like Harlem.
Tells the story of a Los Angeles weatherman named Aleister Green who returns to his hometown to host a midnight horror show a la Elvira.
When the heads of the Irish gangs in New York are put behind bars, their wives decide to keep running the rackets. And once they get a taste of the fast life and easy money, it won’t be easy to stop.
Described as a female Indiana Jones, the story follows Delilah Dirk as she wields her sword, battles pirates and escapes on her flying boat while seeking adventures around the globe.
Logline kept under wraps, but the movie will be based on the popular comic strip.
Logline kept under wraps, but will feature female characters from the DC comic book universe.
Centers on a widowed father who is desperate and financially broken from trying to save his child from a rare illness.
The Plutonian is considered the world’s greatest superhero until he begins heartlessly slaughtering the population of Earth – at least those who defy him. His former allies, the superhero group The Paradigm, attempt to find a way to stop his rampage.
The wife of a galactic dictator leaves her evil husband and takes their three kids with her, prompting her husband to rally his armies to get them back.
Waypoint Entertainment has acquired the rights to Captain America: Civil War comic book writer Mark Millar’s American Jesus and Supercrooks, with plans to develop each into a feature film.
The award-winning graphic novel from ComixTribe’s Tyler James and John Lees has hit the market, and the heat is already building around this remarkable crime thriller as it starts to make the rounds.
An afflicted detective hunts a serial killer obsessed with contradiction, who is painting a bloody canvass of carnage with the entrails of politicians and power brokers in the corrupt city she calls home.
Story tells of a time where anything android, robotic or with artificial intelligence is hunted down by bounty hunters and destroyed.
A throwback to 80s action movies tale of the world’s former great assassin, who leaves the world of killing and retires to a small town. Naturally, he’s pulled back in.
Based on the graphic novel biography of the real life of Andre the Giant.
Goodreads has announced its Best Books of 2015 as voted on the readers, with categories ranging from Fiction and Fantasy to Children’s Picture Books. We’ve done the digging to show you which of the year’s hottest literary properties are still available on the rights market!
John Prophet submits to a mission to re-set mankind when he and others in The Disciple project awaken 1000 years in Earth’s future. He relies on his smarts and resourcefulness to navigate the dangerous environments around him. Along the way he will discover the truth behind his mission.
Being pitched as The Martian meets Mad Max, the next big property from the creator of Deadpool is gearing up to hit the rights market in a BIG way!
Marvel rumored to be adding another female superhero to the MCU by bringing Brunnhilde aka Valkyrie to Thor: Ragnarok. Marvel recently named Taika Waititi as the new director in the third piece of the trilogy.
A group of United Nations agents are enhanced with high-tech equipment so that they can use their new superpowers to help fight international threats in the name of peace.
Kept under wraps, but serves as a sequel to 2015’s Ant-Man, teaming up Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Story centers around the world’s greatest secret agent–an agent so secret that his codename has a codename–and who just so happens to be a mouse living underneath MI6 headquarters.