Anonymous Coward writes, A bit late, but Dark Horse have started a re-release (I think it’s been released before anyway) of the Akira comic book translated into english. Find ’em at Amazon. They’re releasing all 6 parts at about one a month or so (I think).
Also have a look at this for a bit of info about an upcoming cinema and DVD release of Akira the film. If you want to help out the Bureau, you can also click the “Amazon.com” link to your left. Enter “Akira” in the search box, and you’ll hit the same page as that URL, except we’ll get a cut. :)
Being reported just about everywhere, and confirmed by JMS himself in the newsgroup: The Sci-Fi Channel is producing “Legend of the Rangers,” a 2-hour movie focusing on the Anla-Shok (Rangers to us humans), and it’s likely to be a series pilot as well. Woohoo!
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Yeah, the pics aren’t that great, but they’re better than nothing. Straight from the set of the Spider-Man movie, pics of the Green Goblin. In other news, the movie’s official Web site is slated to open Friday.
Yahoo! News is reporting that Dimension Films has bought the rights to produce a movie version of Duke Nukem. I personally enjoyed Duke Nukem 3D and have been waiting an eternity (along with other Nukem fans) for Duke Nukem 4Ever.
Any thoughts as to who could play our man Duke? And no votes for Bruce Campell. Most of Duke’s lines were spoofs of him anyways!
Trek Today, source of all great rumors, is reporting the wholly unconfirmed rumor that Scott Bakula is “in negotiations” for the role of the ship’s captain in the next Trek series (y’know, the one that Paramount still won’t even publicly acknowledge is being planned). Tongue planted firmly in cheek, IGN explores the possibilities, from Bruce Campbell to Lucy Lawless. So, assuming there will be a fifth series, who would you like to see as the newest captain?
Whoa, that’s a long title, and it’s still not even complete…
This article is a review of “The Pluto Campaign,” which is the first five episodes of the computer-animated series "Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles" strung together to make something that’s almost a movie.
The fourth episode of The Lone Gunmen aired last night. “Read More” for my thoughts, or “Post a comment” to voice yours. Either way, there’s going to be spoilers. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!
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More spoilers, but these are probably legit, since they
come straight from the source. This interview
with J. Michael Straczynski (the Babylon 5 guy with the
hard-to-spell name) details some of his plans for the
next year, as he takes over writing duties for Marvel’s
“Amazing Spider-Man” book.
Take ’em with a whole eight-pound-bag of salt, folks,
but Trek Today has some alleged mini-spoilers
on the final episode of Star Trek: Voyager. Now if only
they didn’t look like they were stealing ideas from the
finale of TNG, or for that matter Babylon 5…
Those fine folks at Ain’t It Cool News have received a tip that Star Wars: The Phantom Menace will be out on DVD on October 16, 2001, followed by episodes 4-6 in 2002, 2003, and 2004 respectively. The story also “confirms” some of the rumoured features of Episode 1.