Legend of the Red Reaper is available on DVD (as of April 2014). Interesting to note that Uwe Boll is listed as producer (the German film producer/director is widely hated in the world of video game movies).
Here are the details taken from www.amazon.com
Legend of the Red Reaper
Tara Cardinal (Actor, Director), David Mackey (Actor)
List Price: $14.99
Half Human. Half Demon - All Warrior. This isn't your grandmother's fairy tale. For a thousand years, the Reapers guarded mankind from the demons that wait in the dark. Now, at the beginning of a new age, the Reapers are betrayed and slaughtered. Only one Reaper remains - Red, and she's out to exact revenge.
PREVIEWSworld's Chase/Incentive Variants Checklist
Friday, November 21, 2014 2:52:50 PM
"Variant" covers are the big prizes for die-hard comic collectors. These rare editions initiate the ultimate treasure hunt as they are very limited in quantity — which makes them all the more desirable for completists. To assist collectors in obtaining these ever-elusive comics, PREVIEWSworld offers this updated checklist of Chase and Incentive Variants, and when they are expected to arrive in your local comic shops.
NOTE: Availability of these comics is extremely limited, so please check with your retailer for pricing and details. To find your local store, check out the Comic Shop Locator Service!
Boom To Take Another Scalp From DC Comics Next Week
Posted on November 27, 2014 by Rich Johnston
Boom have made quite a few headlines over the last couple of years recruiting both experienced, high level talent like George Pérez, Brian Stelfreeze, JG Jones and Grant Morrison alongside hot, up-and-coming creators who might normally gravitate to Image with their original projects like James Tynion IV, Justin Jordan, Frank Barbiere, Cullen Bunn and Marguerite Bennett.
We’re still waiting to find out exactly what Jones and Morrison have brought to Boom, but it’s come to my attention that next week Boom is planning another high profile creator reveal.
While I don’t have a name yet, I’ve heard it’s someone working on one of DC’s top-selling titles… and the creator has never worked with Boom before.
For Your Consideration: Marvel’s Avengers: The Vibranium Collection
Monday, November 3, 2014 12:07:00 PM
Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have been around for fifty years and there have been times when they set the pace for comic books and through the years, they have featured some of the biggest names working in the field at the time. With Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to theaters in May along with several publishing events, it appears that now is a good time to look back and be reminded of these previous eras of greatness.
To address that need, Marvel is releasing Avengers: The Vibranium Collection, a slipcased hardcover weighing in at a fat 776 pages and retailing for $200. Thankfully, they have also provided us with the contents so we may judge its worthiness.
We jump ahead nearly a decade and pick up with the team’s next great creative team that of Kurt Busiek, George Pérez, and Al Vey. They headlined a new era for the book and their Ultron run from issues #19-22 is here as Cap, the Panther, Thor, Scarlet Witch, Wasp, Vision, Wonder Man, and newer members Justice and Firestar attempt to save the world.
Comics > DC Universe > Teen Titans: A Celebration of 50 Years >
50 years ago, there was already a Justice League, comprised of the world's greatest heroes including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and The Flash. But what of their teen sidekicks Robin, Wonder Girl and Kid Flash? Hearing the groundswell of popularity for these heroes, DC Comics created the Teen Titans, an adolescent group of crimefighters whose presence completely changed the genre. Collects: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #54; SHOWCASE #59; TEEN TITANS (VOL. 1) #25, 50; TEEN TITANS: YEAR ONE #5; THE NEW TEEN TITANS #6, 38, 83; TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #3; TEEN TITANS (VOL. 2) #5; YOUNG JUSTICE #7; TEEN TITANS (VOL. 3) #5, 39; TEEN TITANS (VOL. 4) #1; TINY TITANS #4; TEEN TITANS GO! #5.
Written by Geoff Johns Marv Wolfman
Art by George Perez
Page Count 397 Pages
Print Release Date November 25 2014
Digital Release Date November 25 2014
Top 50 Non-Premier Comics and Graphic Novels: September 2014
An interstellar team of female heroes embarks on a mission to save the galaxy in Sirens, the new series from George Perez and BOOM! Studios and the best-selling Non-Premiere comic book in September. In total, BOOM! Studios had three titles in the top ten.
Also in the top ten were Dynamite Entertainment (five titles, led by Dawn/Vampirella #1 at #4), Legendary Comics (Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving's Annihilator #1 ranked #8), and Titan Comics (Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #2 ranked #2).
VIZ Media's Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Volume 6 was September's best-selling non-premiere graphic novel. In total, VIZ Media had two titles in the top ten.
Also in the top ten were Avatar Press (Red Rover Charlie at #6), Ballantine Books (Bryan Lee O'Malley's Seconds at #8), BOOM! Studios (five titles, led by Adventure Time Volume 5 at 2), and Pantheon Books (Charles Burns' Sugar Skull at #5.
TOP 50 NON-PREMIER COMICS