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Have fun.


Oh, one more thing . . .

Written by Darren Aronofsky
Adapted by Kent Williams
Art and cover by Williams
Darren Aronofsky proved himself a filmmaker to watch with his provocative debut, Pi. His follow-up, Requiem for a Dream, continued the accolades, receiving Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations. His latest accomplishment, however, comes straight to comics in the form of The Fountain, a gorgeously painted, oversized original graphic novel about the timeless truths of life, love and death.
Working with acclaimed painter Kent Williams (Blood: A Tale, Havok & Wolverine), The Fountain crisscrosses through three distinct time periods: 1535, during an ancient Mayan war; the present day, following one doctor's desperate search for the cure for cancer; and the far future through the vast exotic reaches of space. Interweaving these three periods, The Fountain follows Tomas - warrior, doctor, explorer - as he feverishly tries to beat death and prolong the life of the woman he loves.
A story so grand, one medium couldn't contain it, Aronofsky's feature film version of THE FOUNTAIN will be released by New Regency and Warner Bros. Pictures, starring Tony Award-winning actor Hugh Jackman (X-Men, Van Helsing, The Boy from Oz) and acclaimed actress Rachel Weisz (Constantine, The Mummy, the upcoming The Constant Gardener). But before he did, the filmmaker wanted The Fountain to be realized the unique storytelling power and artistic beauty of the graphic novel. Together, Aronofsky and Williams deliver what might be considered the ultimate director's cut. This deluxe volume also features an afterword by Aronofsky. A softcover edition will be solicited in conjuction with the film's release. Retailers please note: This project is resolicited. All previous orders are cancelled.
Resolicited; on sale November 2 o 8.625" x 11.625" o 176 pg, FC, $39.99 US o MATURE READERS
Edited by Karen Berger

Busy Busy Busy

Finally almost unpacked. New baby and new house leave no time for blog. Many graphic projects rolling about, hopefully an announcement or two soon. Must bolt. Pick up the new Stooges re-release coming out tomorrow! Iggy's back and remastered!


Crisis Revisited . . .

This fall DC Comics is launching a massive new cross-over that will effect the entire line of books. Called Infinite Crisis the plotlines of the stories have been seeded throughout the company's books for the last 2 years, officially kicked off with Identity Crisis, and have gone into full blown assault this summer with a ton of minis and tie-ins.

Anyway, I am really looking forward to this crazy event, and since it is coming at the same time as the 20th Anniversary of the first ever company-wide crossover -- 1985's Crisis on Infinite Earths -- it's only appropriate that Terror Central provides a preview image of the alternative cover to this October's Infinite Crisis #1 by none other than original Crisis art-chitect, George Perez!

Behold . . .


Back, News and Sadness

Terror Central is back online after the move to a new top secret location! More posts soon.

Below find a poster I did for the great Joel R.L. Phelps who'll be making a quick stop in the Biggest Little for a show! Amazing!

Check out the show this weekend at Houlihans in E.P. Bittersweet after the recent passing of Silkworm drummer Micheal Dahlquist. He was a great drummer, and from all accounts a great human. Let him have a restful eternity with the best kit in Heaven!

posted by jax