The mysterious Man With No Name, immortalized by Clint Eastwood in director Sergio Leone's "Dollar" film trilogy, will be starring in a new series of comic books based on the film. The series is produced by Dynamite Entertainment and the first issue, titled The Good, the Bad and the Uglier will debut in May. The series follows elements of the original films' plotlines to develop a sequel about the fate of the the characters. For an interview with the artist, Wellington Dias, click here.
If you thought the era of gloriously dumb caveman movies ended with Quest for Fire, there's good news. The release of the new film 10,000 B.C., which is far more relevant today's society than One Million Years B.C. for the simple reason that it shaves off, well, almost one million years of history. In celebrating the release of a new film in the honored genre, Newsday writer Lewis Beale takes a fond stroll down memory lane and recalls all the previously released caveman flicks. You know, the ones in which the men wear designer loin cloths, the women have mascara and Nair treatments and dinosaurs pose a constant menace because no one bothered to tell them they didn't exist by the time cavemen came about. From When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth to Teenage Caveman starring Robert Vaughn, who would become The Man From U.N.C.L.E. a hundred centuries hence, Beale pays homage to a longstanding Hollywood tradition that returns in all its glory, happily devoid of intelligence or believability. To read click here