11-Year-Old Created Graphic Novel Of "Alien" In 1979
32 years ago, a young John White didn't see Ridley Scott's "Alien" when it hit theaters. He read the Alan Dean Foster novelization and a "Cracked" Magazine parody, and apparently that was enough for him to piece together a graphic novel version of his own.
Ridley Scott To Direct New "Blade Runner" Movie
It's official. The L.A. Times reports that Ridley Scott - director of the original Blade Runner, Alien, Thelma & Louise, and Legend - will direct either a prequel of or sequel to the 1982 cult classic. While waiting for the new film, click here to see some inspired art based on the original.
"Blade Runner" Fan Art
Ridley Scott is on board to direct a prequel or sequel to his film inspired by Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep. Since its release in 1982, Blade Runner has titillated, captivated, and perplexed sci fi fans, anthropologists, and artists alike. Check out more at America's Best Blogger.