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DC Universe Adds Tons of Digital Comics This Week, But Not DC Comics Imprints Like Vertigo & More

This week, DC Universe is adding roughly 10,000 digital comics to the library that is available to customers who signed up for the subscription service. It’s part of their recently announced efforts to have nearly every DC Comics issue they’ve ever released available through the digital library. However, if you’re a fan of the DC Comics imprints like Vertigo, Milestone, and Black Label, then you might be disappointed to hear they won’t be in the DC Universe comics library. In a new FAQ posted...
Tags: Books, Movies, Dc Comics, Batman, Cool Stuff, Vertigo, Netflix Hulu, Comic Book/Superhero, DC Universe, Bleeding Cool, DC Black Label, DC Universe Adds Tons of Digital Comics This Week, Vertigo Milestone and Black Label


The Latest Celebrity Autopsies on Tape: Five Comic Books that Deserve a Film Adaptation

Since Generation X filmmakers came of age, comic books have been the driving narrative force behind every other piece of media in existence. Black Panther won three Oscars and Marvel’s overall box office take makes it wealthier than some continents. Unfortunately, as happened in the 1990s, the marketplace is becoming saturated with product of questionable merit. While the aforementioned Black Panther is a good movie in its own right, there are things like Suicide Squad that dilute the genre. Not...
Tags: Comics, Music, Film, Neil Gaiman, America, Transmetropolitan, Luc Besson, John, Chucky, Batman, Comics and graphic novels, Raymond Chandler, Edgar Wright, Spider, Thompson, Alejandro Jodorowsky


‘Minecraft’ Movie to Be Helmed by ‘Nick and Norah’s Infinity Playlist’ Director Peter Sollett

The Minecraft movie has found its new director. Following It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-creator and star Rob McElhenney‘s departure from the director’s chair after three years, Peter Sollett has been tapped as the new Minecraft movie director and writer. The Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist director steps up to helm the long-anticipated film adaptation of the popular video game of the same name. For a video game about building, it’s certainly taking a long time for the Minecraft movie...
Tags: Movies, Video Games, Office, Adaptation, Philadelphia, Minecraft, Steve Carell, Warner Bros, NICK, Warner Brothers, Vertigo, Adam Nee, Aaron, Carell, Peter-Sollett, Rob McElhenney


Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Drops Watchmen Fire in Response to Criticism

House Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) won the race for New York’s 14th congressional district by leading with her democratic socialist politics and running on a progressive platform advocating for an increased marginal tax rate on the wealthy and universal healthcare. Much to the surprise of her new…Read more...
Tags: Politics, New York, Science, Alan Moore, Dc Comics, House, Vertigo, Watchmen, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, Alexandra Ocasio Cortez


Peter Sollett to Direct Warner Bros.’ ‘Minecraft’ Movie (EXCLUSIVE)

Peter Sollett has been brought on to write and direct Warner Bros.’ long-anticipated film adaptation of the popular video game “Minecraft.” The pic will be produced by Vertigo’s Roy Lee and Jon Berg. Jill Messick, who died last February, is also still credited as a producer. The video game developer that released the game, Mojang, […]
Tags: News, Minecraft, Warner Bros, Vertigo, Peter Sollett, Roy Lee, Raising Victor Vargas, Direct Warner Bros, Jon Berg Jill Messick


DC Comics Joins Comixology’s Unlimited Subscription Plan

When Marvel Comics joined Comixology’s new Unlimited subscription plan two years ago, it only seemed a matter of time until DC Comics joined the fold. Now, two years after Marvel was added and three years after the digital comics retailer launched its $6 a month all-you-can-read subscription plan, DC Comics joins Comixology Unlimited, making available to subscribers thousands of DC and Vertigo titles. io9 reports that DC Comics will begin unloading thousands of select comics — from single is...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Comic Books, Dc Comics, Harley Quinn, Dc, Marvel Comics, Vertigo, Comic Book/Superhero, Comixology, DC Comics Joins Comixology, Comixology Unlimited


Here's to a HEALTHIER 2019: M​anaging or Overcoming a Chronic Health Problem with a Non-medicinal Remedy

B'SD 22 Tevet, 5779 Frequent visitors to this blog know my "I healed without medication" story. But if you're among the many people resolving to improve your health in 2019 and never read this blog before, I have some great information to share with you. I was diagnosed with a petroclival tentorial meningioma, a skull-based, non-cancerous brain tumor as I was about to turn 50. That tumor  had crushed my optic and several other nerves, leaving me blind, unbalanced, and very weak....
Tags: Health, Wellness, Naturopathy, Diabetes, National Institutes of Health, Glyphosate, Vertigo, UA, Booklocker.com, Yocheved Golani, Self-care, Health Information Management, Chronic Health Problem, Non-medicinal Remedy


‘The Invisibles’ and ‘Survivors’ Club’ TV Shows in the Works Based on the Vertigo Comics

A pair of Vertigo Comics properties are in development for the small screen. The CW is working to bring Lauren Beukes, Dale Halverson, and Ryan Kelly‘s Survivors’ Club to life, while Universal Cable Productions is looking to make a The Invisibles TV show based on the classic series by author Grant Morrison. Survivors’ Club Deadline reports that Vertigo’s Survivor’s Club is in the works at The CW. The series will be written by Jared Frieder (Sweet/Vicious). Here’s the description: In a worl...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Scotland, Wikipedia, Bbc, Liverpool, Adaptation, The Cw, Cw, Jason, Robin, Vertigo, Morrison, Jennifer, Hollywood Reporter, Ryan Kelly


The Silent Invasion's Michael Cherkas and Larry Hancock spill all at SPX

Cerkas and Hancock by Mike Rhode Canadian cartoonists Michael Cherkas and Larry Hancock were at the Small Press Expo at the NBM table promoting their new book The Silent Invasion 1: Red Shadows (160pp. B&W trade pb: $16.99; ISBN 978168112174151699.   DIAMOND CODE: JUL18 2036). The first book is a reissue of the story that began in the 1980s, but the plan is to continue with new stories and bring the series up to the present day. NBM’s press release describes the book as: The parano...
Tags: Comics, Heavy Metal, Toronto, Fbi, Canada, United States, San Diego, Dc, Oakland, Terry, Kennedy, Michael, Chris, Stalin, Walter, Ontario


Ralph Fiennes Attached to Terry Gilliam’s Mr. Vertigo

Ralph Fiennes attached to Terry Gilliam’s Mr. Vertigo After tilting at windmills trying to get The Man Who Killed Don Quixote of the ground for the past two decades, director Terry Gilliam (12 Monkeys, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas) can finally get some of his other long-in-development projects off the ground. Gilliam’s adaptation of the 1994 absurdist novel Mr. Vertigo is getting closer to reality with the casting of Ralph Fiennes (Harry Potter franchise, Spectre, The Grand Budapest Hotel),...
Tags: Movies, France, America, Spain, Chicago, New York Times, Kansas, Watson, Las Vegas, Lulu, Terry Gilliam, Paul Auster, Grand Budapest Hotel, Ralph Fiennes, Will Ferrell, Cannes


Vertigo

After Bond and Indy, I’ve started a new weekly film series (something to watch on Sunday nights) and I’ve decided to re-watch Hitchcock (not all, but my favorite movies of his). I’m a big fan of his films, and I feel like it’s been a while since I’ve watched most of them, so perfect time for a revisit. I kicked it off last night with Vertigo, and still found it to be very entertaining. Luckily, I didn’t remember the twist, so it was fun to see how exactly the film heads towards its ending — and...
Tags: Travel, Movies, Alfred Hitchcock, Bond, Vertigo, Hitchcock, Debaser


Vertigo can ruin life for millions — these biofeedback headphones aim to help

Researchers in Germany have developed a special headphone-based Equivert biofeedback system that is designed to treat vertigo caused by issues with the vestibular organ in the inner ear. The post Vertigo can ruin life for millions — these biofeedback headphones aim to help appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Germany, Trends, Headphones, Vertigo, Health & Fitness, Emerging Tech, Equivert


China park will give you vertigo

For whatever reason, the Chinese tourism industry is determined to give visitors the exhilarating feeling that they might plummet to their deaths at any moment. This is certainly the case with the Wansheng Ordovician Theme Park, which is home to a gap bridge, swings, and a cantilevered glass bridge — each hovering hundreds of feet up in the air. Photo: Wansheng Ordovician Theme Park At 656 feet, the cantilevered glass bridge is the longest in the world. This gives visitors plenty of time to...
Tags: Travel, China, Theme Park, Destinations, Vertigo, Chongqing, Glass Bridge, Heights


Vertigo Takes Hanway’s ‘Swimming With Men’ for U.K.

Vertigo Releasing is set to bring “Swimming With Men” to the U.K. The distributor has acquired U.K. rights to Oliver Parker’s comedy, starring Rob Brydon, from Hanway Films, the sales company announced Friday. Brydon stars as an accountant who is trying to win back his wife (Jane Horrocks) and who stumbles upon a surprising solution […]
Tags: News, Global, Vertigo, U K, Jane Horrocks, Oliver Parker, Rob Brydon, HanWay Films, Brydon, HanWay, Swimming With Men


A Guide to the Live-Action Comic Book TV Shows

A guide to the live-action comic book TV shows Over the past six years, the adapting of comic book characters for the small screen has become a major commodity for networks. The amount of comic book TV shows is increasing every year, with some series even having hit the 100-episode mark. With so many adaptations currently airing across seemingly every corner of media, let’s take a look and break down the live-action comic book TV shows currently on the air. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Comic: M...
Tags: Feature, Comics, TV, New York, Hollywood, Movies, Abc, La, Amc, Dc Comics, Syfy, America, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Gotham, Fox


Now Stream This: A Hitchcockian Drama, a Creepy Post-Apocalyptic Horror Movie, and, Uh, ‘Monster Trucks’

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.)  The end of the year is upon us. What better way to kick 2017 to the curb and usher in 2018 than by watching a whole bunch of movies? Blow off your dumb New Year’s Eve party – who wants to be social? Instead, hunker down under some blankets as the icy, cold wind howls outside and take in the following films until the mess that was 2017 is finally o...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, New York, Movies, Documentary, Horror, Berlin, Features, Netflix, Thriller, Animation, Adaptation, Cia, 20th Century Fox, A24, Monster Trucks


Top of the world: Drink at one of Asia's highest bars

From Ozone in Hong Kong to Vertigo in Bangkok, here are 10 of the highest bars in Asia.
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Cnn, Bangkok, Vertigo


18 Lucifer T-Shirts: The Devil Gets His Due

The second season of Lucifer recently came to a close, and much to my surprise, it has been renewed for a third season. Now don’t misinterpret that: I love the show! It’s fun, funny and has come into it’s own with it’s mythology and over arching storylines. The cast is very solid and then there’s Tom Ellis! My God, he’s a handsome Devil. And he has great charm and comic timing. View tee 1 There is...
Tags: La, Neil Gaiman, Lapd, Jessica Fletcher, Lucifer, Vertigo, Morningstar, Lux, Tom Ellis, T-shirts, Chloe, RedBubble, Linda Martin, Lucifer Morningstar, Tricia Helfer, TV & Movies


Getting Things Started: 15 Amazing Opening Scenes in Movies

How a film opens says a lot about its style and tone, and can turn people off or make them sit forward in their seats with curiosity. This week’s big new release, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, has a hard act to follow; its 2014 predecessor had a memorable opening in which hero Peter Quill/Star-Lord dances through an alien world, blasting “Come and Get Your Love” on his old Walkman. As we wait to see if Vol. 2 lives up to the original, let’s look at 15 of the best opening scenes in movies. ...
Tags: Movies, Orson Welles, San Francisco, Features, Ford, Sequels, Arizona, Manhattan, The Social Network, Harrison Ford, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Alfred Hitchcock, Touch of Evil, Indiana Jones, Marvel Studios, Steven Spielberg


Graphic Novel Friday: Best Comics of February

Welcome to our picks for Best Comics of February 2017, a month featuring graphic novels with mystery, science fiction, and war-torn heartbreak. Please see below for our Fave Five: My Favorite Thing Is Monsters by Emil Ferris (Fantagraphics): Next big thing alert! This fictional diary (compete with lined paper and faux trapper-keeper punch-holes) follows Karen Reyes as she attempts to solve the murder of her upstairs neighbor in 1960s Chicago. At age 10, Karen is obsessed with classic horror movi...
Tags: Books, Florida, Iraq, Marvel, Dc Comics, Chicago, Karen, Cia, Mia, Baghdad, Mark Millar, Chris, Vertigo, Sofia, Parker, Jeff Parker


WGN's Scalped Casts Suicide Squad Alum Alex Meraz as Series Lead

Looks like WGN America is moving quickly to turn DC/Vertigo comic Scalped into its next TV hit. The network has announced that actor Alex Meraz has been cast as the lead actor in the pilot.Read more...
Tags: Science, Suicide Squad, Twilight, Vertigo, WGN, Wgn America, Scalped, Alex Meraz


Personal Health: Getting Specific About Dizziness

People use the word dizziness when referring to lightheadedness, unsteadiness, motion intolerance, imbalance, floating or a tilting sensation.
Tags: News, Stroke, Vertigo


Graphic Novel Friday: Best Comics of January(ish)

New in 2017! Graphic Novel Friday will host Best Comics and Graphic Novels of the Month exclusively on the Amazon Book Review. We’re kicking off with our favorite publications from January (and one great book that released at the end of 2016 but slipped through the cracks here at GNF HQ). Activate flight rings! Love is Love by Various: After the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting, publishers DC Comics and IDW Publishing joined forces with curator Marc Andreyko to form this anthology of stories tol...
Tags: Amazon, Books, Dc Comics, Han Solo, Charles, Marvel Comics, Vertigo, Daniel Clowes, Brooks, Liu, Spurgeon, Dean, Fantagraphics, Mueller, Simone, IDW


Planning your next silent rave? New music app Vertigo may come in handy

The next time you want to have a silent dance party, one that actually lets you and all your friends listen to the same music at the same time for better choreographed routines, you may want to check out Vertigo. The post Planning your next silent rave? New music app Vertigo may come in handy appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Music, Trends, Social Media, App, Vertigo


Vertigo lets friends listen to the same music in real time

 Developers have long tried (and mostly failed) to give users a social media platform that centers around music. Apps like DubSmash and Musical.ly have risen above the rest, but a brand new app called Vertigo is looking to mix it up. What’s interesting about Vertigo is that the app lets you share music with a plus one, your core group of friends, or to the public on a beat-for-beat level.… Read More
Tags: Social, Startups, TC, Apps, Tech, Vertigo


Dw. Dunphy On…The Other Side Of Charles Foster Kane

As you might have seen already, a lot of favorite columns and writers from Popdose’s now nine years of life are returning. I couldn’t be happier about this, and to prove it, I’m going to horn in on everyone’s thunder like the weird kid with the wonky knee who’s got to be on the kickball team too! (I do resemble this remark, so clam up, all you weird kids with wonky knees.) Dw. On… returns to the site in a monthly configuration. Now the pressure’s on. When you bring back something like a regular ...
Tags: Music, New York, Isis, Colorado, Film, Massachusetts, Iraq, Orson Welles, America, ExxonMobil, Roger Ebert, Mitt, Bill Clinton, Jeb Bush, Michigan, Charles


Combine Spotify with livestreaming to share your music experiences through Vertigo Music

Vertigo Music brings together music streaming and live-streaming so you can listen and interact with friends and people around the world, because music is meant to be shared. Vertigo Music is an app that dropped for iPhones earlier this week and introduces a brand new, unique way to listen to music and share your experience. As you listen to your favourite tunes on Spotify you can broadcast the stream to others, interact with listeners, commentate and the coolest thing of all – live-stream vid...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Spotify, Music, App, Radio, Streaming, Broadcast, Share, Stream, Livestream, Application, Live Stream, Digital Music News, Vertigo, Digital Video News


Dizzying designs by Peter Kogler seem to warp space

Peter Kogler projects or applies patterns to the surfaces of rooms that can be quite disorienting for anyone who enters. Most of his work uses warped black and white lines to distort the size and shape of floors, walls, and ceilings. He also makes a lot of cool creations involving images of mice and ants. • Peter Kogler site (via Colossal)
Tags: Art, Post, Design, News, Optical Illusions, Vertigo, Optical Illusion, Dazzle


Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week - October 12, 2016

In the weekly Librairie Drawn & Quarterly Books of the Week, the Montreal bookstore recommends several new works of fiction, art books, periodicals, and comics. Librairie Drawn & Quarterly is one of Montreal's premiere independent bookstores. Madeleine E. by Gabriel Blackwell A man obsessed with a man obsessed. In Madeleine E., Gabriel Blackwell uses Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece Vertigo as a springboard into a complex exploration of identity and memory. Dubbed a commonplace book—a collec...
Tags: Music, David, Montreal, Shakespeare, Alfred Hitchcock, Commonwealth, Vertigo, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Librairie Drawn Quarterly Books of the Week, Ann Patchett, Ian McEwan, Roz Chast, BLACKWELL, Adrian Tomine, Rebecca Solnit, McEwan


Cool Stuff: Jonathan Burton’s Hypnotizing ‘Vertigo’ Prints

There aren’t a lot of classic films that get the collectible art treatment unless they hit that sweet nerd niche, usually in the sci-fi and fantasy genres. But as artist Jonathan Burton proves, you can’t go wrong with paying tribute to the films of Alfred Hitchcock. Mad Duck Posters is releasing a few Vertigo prints featuring imagery inspired by both Shakespeare and the opening title designs of the iconic Saul Bass. These prints are bright, vibrant and available for you to purchase today. Check...
Tags: Art, Movies, Thriller, Shakespeare, Alfred Hitchcock, Cool Stuff, Saul Bass, Judy, Vertigo, Madeleine, Ophelia, Hitchcock, John Everett Millais, Scottie, Jonathan Burton