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Comic(s) Relief: Ash & The Evil Dead Chainsaw The Final Frontier

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If you’re looking for some nostalgic reads this week, the comic book world has got your back. You can read a new issue of Dynamite’s Army of Darkness series. The AoD series has taken Ashley Williams and the Deadites into the final frontier, stranding Ash on a space station…and the station’s computer has been possessed by the evil of the Necronomicon! You can check out a gallery from the new issue below.

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Your First Look At Army Of Darkness In Space

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Army of DarknessScience fiction may be our first, nearest and dearest love, but as you may have guessed from some of the things we cover, we’re also rather fond of horror as a genre too. When the two intersect, that’s enough to make our little hearts sing with glee. And what is the only way to make Sam Raimi’s Bruce Campbell starring camp horror classic Army of Darkness even better? Yep, take it to space, which is exactly what this new comic does, and we’ve got your first look right here. That’s right, you primitive screwheads, Ash is getting blasted out of this world.

Dynamite Entertainment recently announced the new series. This artwork comes from Army of Darkness #1, and it looks like a pretty damn good time if you ask us. This is the cover, which seems pretty obvious as I type that, and some of the interior art. And it definitely captures the absurd awesomeness and cocky bravado of both the original film and Bruce Campbell’s most beloved character.

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Star Wars Caricature Designs Aren’t Real Toys, But We Really Wish They Were

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GreedoOne of our favorite things we’ve shared with you guys in recent weeks was these rather amazing designs for “Three Flavours Cornetto” action figures. The twisted minds over at Evil Corp put on their thinking caps to imagine what toys for Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, and The World’s End might look like, all filtered through Evil Corp’s delightfully cartoonish filter. Well, they didn’t stop when they ran out of Cornetto, people! They’ve turned their attentions to a certain galaxy far, far away, and the result are, I’m just going to say it, fantabulous.

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Marvel Zombies Vs. Army Of Darkness Fan Film Is As Good As Indie Shorts Get (But It’s Not Online Anymore)

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UPDATE: I was in the middle of writing this story recently about a fantastic fan film inspired by the comic book Marvel Zombies vs. Army of Darkness, and Marvel decided to screw the world by forcing the filmmakers to take the video down. Below you can find their polite and hopeful video response, followed by my original write up of the short, which will hopefully be back online before too much longer. Cross your adamantium claws.