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WOODY & THE NOBLE GRAPHIC NOVEL HIGHLIGHT

This week for OBS’s Comic Book/Graphic Novel Highlight we’ve found you Woody & The Noble by Jason Pell. Synopsis: In Deeproot, West Virginia, monsters, lost gods, and underground, would-be-conquerors find an ideal home to plot various their nefarious schemes in WOODY & THE NOBLE, a new 80-page graphic novel from … Continue reading

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Author : Dawn
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MOVIE REVIEW: MONSTERS

MONSTERS Movie review by Tyson Yates Monsters is a film that sees two American citizens journeying through the landscape of what has now become an infected Mexico, towards the sanctuary that is the American border. More than slightly altered, a monumental structure referred to as ‘The Wall’ is what separates … Continue reading

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Author : Dawn
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MOVIE NEWS FOR DEC 1PART 1: MONSTERS, HP SCORE, I AM NUMBER FOUR AND MORE

Monsters. Better Than Both Cloverfield and District 9 Source: List.co.uk Young British filmmaker Gareth Edwards’ astonishing science fiction thriller combines the immersive excitement of Cloverfield with the astute political allegory of Distrtict 9, and, far from being a rip-off, is actually a much better film than either of those blockbusters. … Continue reading

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Author : Dawn
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MOVIE NEWS FOR OCTOBER 13TH, PART 1: ‘THE HOBBIT’ IN TROUBLE, MONSTERS, THE HUNGER GAMES, BATMAN, AND MORE

Actors Warn Against ‘Hobbit’ Boycott as Costs Mount By Dave Itzkoff at The New York Times It may not hold as much sway in J. R. R. Tolkien’s universe as, say, the the Council of Elrond or the Fellowship of the Ring, but a group of actors in New Zealand … Continue reading

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MOVIE NEWS FOR SEPTEMBER 21ST, PART 1: MONSTERS, HUNGER GAMES, LEGEND OF THE GUARDIANS, AND MORE

“Monsters” Sets Standard for Guerrilla Filmmaking By Borys Kit at ABC News Director Gareth Edwards’ sci-fi pic “Monsters” is being hyped as this year’s “District 9,” which does the movie a disservice as it sets it up against an unrealistic standard. Both belong to the category of “elevated genre,” where … Continue reading

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MOVIE NEWS JULY 25TH: PRIEST, ELIZABETH HURLEY, MONSTERS & SAW

‘Priest’ Panel Report: Comic-Con Vs. The Vampire Apocalypse! splashpage.mtv.com: The panel for “Priest,” the first Tokyo Pop graphic novel to be given the film treatment, boasted exclusive footage of the post apocalyptic vampire movie, which features a pair of vampires from “True Blood” and “Twilight.” Here’s a moment-by-moment report: 4:18 … Continue reading

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BOOK REVIEW: KELLEY ARMSTRONG ‘STOLEN’

The Women of the Otherworld Series – 2: Stolen by Kelley Armstrong Written by OBS Staff Member Kate Book synopisis: When a young witch tells Elena that a group of humans are kidnapping supernaturals, Elena ignores the warning.  After all, everyone knows there’s no such thing as witches.  As for … Continue reading

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Author : Dawn
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CELEBRATE ‘WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE’ WITH 5 MISUNDERSTOOD COMIC MONSTERS

www.mtv.com: In comic books, there is no shortage of similar characters that are ugly on the outside but beautiful on the inside—or, at the very least, characters that are misunderstood simply because of their appearance. As a testament to this, here’s a list of five of the most misinterpreted monsters in … Continue reading

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“WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE” – COMPARING THE BOOK TO THE MOVIE

The ever wonderful Sara Gundell over at www.examiner.com reported this today:  Spike Jonze’s movie adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s beloved children’s book Where the Wild Things Are is finally coming to theaters this October — despite numerous delays and problems with the production. And now that the film is about to hit theaters, … Continue reading

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