| Stephen King's "N." Announced at Comic-Con SD|
July 25th, 2008 9:00:00 am
Scribner, Simon & Schuster Digital, Marvel Entertainment and CBS Mobile have collaborated in a unique partnership to bring an episodic graphic adaptation of the previously unpublished Stephen King short story “N.”
> Click here for more information
| The new site is here!|
July 22nd, 2008 2:14:46 pm
At long last, we are officially launching the new and improved site. This is still a work in progress, though, as there is more information to be added and exciting features still in development. We hope you enjoy the layout and design and appreciate your patience for the first week or so as there are sure to be “gremlins” that appear in the form of broken links, etc. as we transition from the preview to active status. To report any such problems, please use theEmail Webmaster(there's a link at the bottom of each page, too).
| Stephen to judge SHOMI Book Trailer Contest|
July 11th, 2008 1:39:15 pm
Stephen will be judging book trailers submitted for a contest in which amateur and professional filmmakers produce book trailers (similar to movie trailers) based on the SHOMI imprint—a series of modern-day fantasy fiction. The contest is sponsored by Dorchester Publishing and Circle of Seven Productions. The best trailer—as selected by Steve—will be shown at a movie premiere in New York City as well as a theater in the winner’s home market.
For more information on SHOMI and complete rules for the contest, including submission guidelines and deadlines, please visitwww.shomifiction.com
| || Marvel's Sketchbook for The Stand: Captain Trips|
June 30th, 2008 3:22:06 pm
Arriving in comic book stores on Wednesday, July 2nd and it's FREE!!! The sketchbook will provide your first look at the new comic adaptation of The Stand which will be available in September. For more information about this project, please visitMarvel's site
| Final episode of The Dark Tower: The Long Road Home|
June 30th, 2008 3:15:32 pm
Don’t miss the last issue of The Long Road Home, Marvel’s second Dark Tower comic series, available in stores this week. This issue also features a stunning variant cover from superstar artist Lee Bermejo. For a sneak peak,click here.
| Upcoming Marvel Dark Tower Projects|
June 30th, 2008 3:14:04 pm
The third Dark Tower series, titled Treachery, will be available in September. Check back soon for our official Treachery Release Log.
In Dark Tower: End-World Almanac, (in stores on Wednesday) from writer Anthony Flamini & Long Road Home scribe Robin Furth, fans get an in-depth look at the mysterious and deadly End-World, in this essential companion to Dark Tower: The Long Road Home. For a sneak peak,click here.
| The Dark Tower: The Long Road Home #4 Now Available|
June 5th, 2008 3:13:08 pm
Part 4 of The Dark Tower: The Long Road Home is now available in stores and online. See the Release Log below for more information.
Click here for The Long Road Home Release Log
| Marvel Publishing Announces Dark Tower: End World Almanac with Robin Furth|
June 3rd, 2008 3:11:48 pm
Marvel Comics has announced the upcoming release of the Dark Tower: End World Almanac.Click herefor the full press release.
| Marvel Publishing Announces The Stand|
June 2nd, 2008 3:10:42 pm
Marvel Comics has announced the upcoming release of The Stand.Click herefor the full press release.
| New Story in McSweeney's Issue No. 27|
May 29th, 2008 1:59:10 pm
Stephen's new short story, "A Very Tight Place," is now available inMcSweeney's Issue 27. The story will be included in the short story collection, Just After Sunset, coming out in November but this is your chance to read this story now.