UFO - Fighting Aliens In A Super Sexy Future!

In the year 1980, a secret military organization named SHADO (Supreme Headquarters Alien Defence Organisation) becomes operational. Its purpose is to defend the Earth from Aliens who've been coming to Earth and kidnapping humans. It is believed that these Aliens are a dying race, and are transplanting human body parts to extend their own lifespans.

SHADO's main headquarters is hidden beneath a film studio near London England. SHADO also has a base on the moon (Moonbase) and a fleet of submarines (Skydiver). Incoming UFO's are initially detected by an Earth orbiting satellite named SID (Space Intruder Detector). An initial interception attempt is made in space with three Interceptor craft launched from Moonbase. A second attempt is made in the Earth's atmosphere with a fighter plane (Sky One) launched from Skydiver. Landed UFO's are tracked down with ground Mobiles.

SHADO is run by the extremely dedicated Commander Ed Straker, and is overseen by General James Hende…

Mass UFO Sightings Over American Southwest Grow As Roswell Anniversary Nears.

In the first week of July 1947 a UFO reportedly crashed on a remote ranch outside Roswell, New Mexico. The crash, the recovery of the UFO and it's three extraterrestrial crew members and the alleged government cover up that followed are now the subject of both folklore and an overwhelming number of stories that range from pure conjecture to alleged eyewitness accounts. What many people don't know is that in the weeks prior to the event a mass wave of UFO sightings occurred across the American southwest as a sort of precursor to what was about to transpire in the remote New Mexico desert. Now some seventy years later a mass of UFO sighting reports are once again happening in the same region of this country leading many experts to ponder if history is about to repeat itself? Is a first contact situation immanent?

See Also: Fate Magazine #85 - April 1957 Issue - We Saw A Flying Saucer / Zombies

For decades formations of mysterious lights appeared in the skies over Phoenix, Ariz…

Sheena Queen of the Jungle is a smash comic book hit!

From Dynamite Entertainment

Thanks to the overwhelming success of Dynamite Entertainment'sSheena #0, the Queen of the Jungle's latest relaunch, issue #1 is set to launch September 6th, and features a wide-swath of fantastic artwork by industry legends, including artist J. Scott Campbell!

See Also: Sheena Queen of the Jungle 16 x 20 Poster Print by J. Scott Cambell

Cover artwork for Sheena #1 spotlights the talents of not only J. Scott Campbell, but also Ryan Sook, cover artist Moritat, and Carli Ihde. Additional limited variant editions including "Black and White," "Virgin," and J. Scott Campbell's "Jungle Green," are available as retailer incentives for comic shops that support the issue by achieving stocking thresholds. Written by the creative dynamic duo including GLAAD-Nominated, New York Time's Best-selling Marguerite Bennett (Batwoman, Animosity) and newcomer Christina Trujilo, with illustrations by Moritat (Hellblazer, Teen Titans)…

The Mighty Peking Man (1977)(Shaw Brothers Studio)

Written By: Ken Hulsey

It is amazing how Asian movie makers have always had a love affair with "King Kong." Just after original film made it's debut in 1933, the Japanese movie studio Shochiku released "Wasei Kingu Kongu", a direct rip-off of the American film, which featured a man in a monster costume (pre-Gojira) running amok. A mere five years later, in 1938, the same Japanese studio would release "Edo Ni Arawarita Kingu Kongu", which featured the giant ape during the samurai era. I have been informed that both of these films are lost and very little is known about them.

Related: Konga's Revenge #1 - December 1968 Issue - Charlton Comics Group

A couple of decades later, producer Tomoyuki Tanaka and director Ishiro Honda would aspire to create their own Japanese version of "Kong." That film would eventually turn into the classic monster epic, "Gojira" (Godzilla), after it was decided to change the title character from a gian…

Vampirella Battles The Armies Of The Dead and The Evil Council Of Wizards!

Vampirella #98 - August 1981 Issue - Warren Magazine

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Stories in this issue include: "Vampirella: Army of the Dead"; "Cassandra St. Knight: Mindwars"; "Pantha: The Haitian Connection"; "Dragon"; and "The Fox." Written by Rich Margopoulos, Esteban Maroto, and Nicola Cuti. Art by Gonzalo Mayo, Rafael Auraleon, Jose Ortiz, Esteban Maroto, and Luis Bermejo. Cover art by Enrich Torres.


Vampirella initially appeared in Warren Publishing's black-and-white horror-comics magazine Vampirella #1 (Sept. 1969), running to issue #112 (March 1983). The title was a sister magazine of Warren's horror anthologies Creepy and Eerie. Like those magazines' respective mascots, Uncle Creepy and Cousin Eerie, Vampirella hosted horror stories, though unlike them, she would also star in her own story, which would headline each issue. Vampirella was initially ed…

Star Wars At 40 - Sci Fi & Horror Actors / Actresses Talk Star Wars

Peter Mayhew (Chewbacca Speaks!)

KH - Your first Hollywood job was playing the Minotaur in Sinbad and the eye of the Tiger. Is it true you got the job because of a photoin a London newspaper?

PM - Yes, actually, the article was about people with big feet. A reporter noticed me and a much smaller mate of mine when he visited his sick mom in the hospital where I was working and photographed us walking together and took some pictures of my feet. I didn't win the big feet contest, but that eventually led to my role in Sinbad.

KH - Back when you were working on Star Wars: A New Hope did you get a sense that you were working on something special or did it just seem like the usual B-movie space opera?

PM - I'm not sure what the usual B-movie space opera would have been. I don't think my thinking went that deep at the time, I really just thought it was a B-movie....period. I really don't think anybody knew what we were about to become a part of.

KH - What was it like to be in …

The Living Mummy - He Stalks Two Worlds

Supernatural Thrillers #8 (1972 Series) February 1974 - Marvel Comics

Cover pencils by Larry Lieber, inks by Tom Palmer.

Power Times Four!, script by Tony Isabella, art by Val Mayerik; N'Kantu is transported to the Elementals, four former rulers of Earth that wish to return; They make the mummy their slave and teleport him back to earth to destroy a scarlet scarab--an ancient weapon of magic capable of destroying them. The Little Gypsy Tea Room, script by Stan Lee, art by Steve Ditko; A criminal forces a gypsy to hide him from the police, but gets more than he bargained for when she does help him.

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Born 3,000 years ago, N'Kantu is the son of T'Chombi, a chief of a Northern African tribe called the Swarili of the nation of Swarilis. At the age of 21, N'Kantu must undergo the Test of the Lion, proving himself to be worthy of being called a warrior. Succeeding in this trial also means that someday N'Kant…

Revenge of the Lost ... or When Bad CGI Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth

Written By Ken Hulsey

What would you do if dinosaurs came back to life for some reason and started eating up your neighbors? Well you may get the bright idea to head to the nearest military base for help. Hey they got all the guns right? But what if you found out that the military was actually performing bizarre scientifc experiments in hopes of creating a supervirus to destroy mankind? Great, if the dinosaurs don't get us the military will. This is turning out to be a really sucky day isn't it?

Related: Legend of Dinosaurs and Monster Birds 1977 (11x16) Lithograph

Such is the story behind Erik Franklin's bad CGI monsterfest entitled, "Revenge of the Lost", which I assume was inspired by both "Contagion" and "Land of the Lost."

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A group of three survivors must make their way through the dinosaur apocalypse to a military bas…

"The Brain That Wouldn't Die" Being Remade In Oregon - First Images

The 2016 remake of the same name, The Brain That Wouldn't Die is a satirical take on the story, utilizing both the intentional and unintentional comedic elements of the original, while bolstering the characters and plot. Directed by Derek Carl and written by Hank Huffman, the team behind the short film Bad Seed (2015) and the upcoming web series Y2K 2000 (2016), the remake proudly wears its influences on its sleeve, from the colorful gore-fest Re-Animator to the exceedingly funny The Man with Two Brains.

The film will be shot in Portland, Oregon, with a local cast and crew.

Combining elements of Gothic horror, film noir and science fiction, The Brain That Wouldn't Die is a charming, if not delightfully flawed, entry from director Joseph Green and producer Rex Carlton. Filmed in 1959 and released in '62, “Brain” follows the misadventures of Dr. Bill Cortner (Jason Evers), a brilliant surgeon who revives the head of his recently decapitated fiancee, Jan Compton (Virginia …

Godzilla Takes Hollywood By Force

Godzilla: Kingdom Of Monsters #4, Regular Eric Powell Cover - IDW Comics

Cover A by Eric Powell. Eric Powell & Tracy Marsh (w) o Phil Hester (a) o Eric Powell, Jeff Zornow (c)

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France is in danger when the mysterious egg that washes ashore begins to hatch, but should the military be worried about what's inside the egg or those creepy kids who found it? Also, a community of monks has a religious experience of the 3-headed variety. And all the while, Godzilla seems hell-bent on coming to America...but hasn't Anguirus already claimed it as his turf? Fight! Fight!

See Also: Godzilla: Kingdom Of Monsters #5, Regular Eric Powell Cover - IDW Comics

Darna - Whatever You Do Don't Call Her Wonder Woman

Written By: Ken Hulsey

If you really want to piss off a Filapino comic book fan compare that countries uber-famous superhero, Darna, with Wonder Woman. Trust me I did that in one of my articles and I caught an ear full from a die-hard fan.

In my defense, however, the only photos I saw of Darna were from a movie version produced by Viva Films. As I was informed by the for mentioned fan that was a cheaply made film that did indeed copy Wonder Woman but all other incarnations of the character differ from her in numerous ways.

Darna's appearence may somewhat resemble that of Wonder Woman but her powers were actually modeled after Superman.

Darna has always been able to fly, an ability that Wonder Woman originally did not possess.

Even though Darna wears large metal bracelts, she doesn't need them to stop bullets and the like. Her skin is unpenetratable barrier just like Superman. Projectiles bounce right off of her.

As we all know, Wonder Woman is an Amazon princess. Her powers c…

Brave New Jersey - An alien invasion comedy where the aliens never show up

From Gravitas Ventures!

A comedy about a small New Jersey town on the night of Orson Welles' legendary 1938 "War of the Worlds" radio broadcast, which led millions of listeners to believe the U.S. was being invaded by Martians.

Related: Marvel Classic Comics #14 War of the Worlds - March 1977 - Marvel Comics

In a small New Jersey town on the night of Orson Welles’s legendary 1938 "War of the Worlds" radio broadcast, the hoax that terrified millions into believing Martians were invading America, citizens face what they think is their last night on Earth. The over-worked town’s mayor Clark (Tony Hale, “Veep”) will take a chance on love. The neglected housewife, Lorraine (Heather Burns, “Manchester By The Sea”) will break free from her big-cheese husband (Sam Jaeger, “Parenthood”). The demure schoolteacher Peg (Anna Camp, “Pitch Perfect”) will become a warrior. The aimless reverend (Dan Bakkedahl, “Life in Pieces”) will rediscover his faith. The scared Sheriff (M…