I was middle of watching the Netflix adaption of Locke & Key. It was the episode that Bode finding the Ghost Key, and Chamberlin Locke mentioned to Bode that Rendell and Duncan used to play with magical keys. And later Ellie told Tyler and Kinsey that survivors found out a way to remember about Keys after they reach adulthood. And how did Rendell and his friends found sea caves? Just exploring? I think there are more to it.
I was on day 48/60 for my next badge of contributing to the Wiki for X number of days straight. I missed a day, I thought I still had a few more hours. Now I have to start all over again. :(
Hopefully this time it takes!
Albert Torres has been listed as the writer for the upcoming Locke & Key film adaptation, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Torres' previous credits include Henry Poole Is Here.
Full story here.
IDW's announced their San Diego Comic Con exclusives, which includes a special black-and-white release of !
Check out the full list at Bleeding Cool!
Emmet O'Cuana has written a great article about the series over at Sequart.org.
Check it out at: Sequart Organization.
Unsurprisingly, the series finale to Locke & Key has been getting a lot of buzz. Check out some of the reviews for Locke & Key: Alpha #2:
IGN - 10/10
Newsarama - 10/10
Geeked Out Nation - 10/10
Bloody Disgusting - 5/5
HorrorTalk - 5/5
Nerds on the Rocks - 7/7
Comicosity - 9.5/10
Multiversity Comics - 9/10
Comic Book Resources - 3.5/5
Blake Hennon recently interviewed Locke & Key co-creator Gabriel Rodriguez about the series' end, and his experiences leading up to it over the comic's six-year run.
Check it out at: LA Times - Hero Complex
Locke & Key: Alpha #2 comes out TOMORROW, December 18!
Paste Magazine is showing seven pages of the upcoming finale to the Locke and Key saga, Locke & Key: Alpha #2! Dang allergies...
Check them out at PasteMagazine.com
Nicole at Dork Shelf has put together a great article on just some of the reasons why the Locke & Key series is so damn special.
Check it out at: Dork Shelf!
The Locke & Key movie has a few more details to iron out before it can begin its production at Universal.
Read the full story at: ComicBookMovie.com
David Peterson, of the Eisner-winning Mouse Guard, has put together some amazing pieces for the limited edition release of Head Games.
They're truly awesome, and feature some great callbacks, including killer squirrels, temporary members of Squadron Strange, and a particularly beautiful piece of Rendell with his shadow in The Tempest.
Go take a look for all the images and some shots of them while they were in progress!
Positively Nerdy is wrapping up their Halloween celebrations with the newest Comics With Catch-Up, featuring the first volume of Locke and Key, Welcome to Lovecraft! Go check it out at: Positively Nerdy
'Closure is important' in the award-winning series, but they still leave an opening for future stories.
Read the full article at USA Today!
Meant to post this earlier, but in case anyone is wondering, Locke & Key: Alpha #1 releases this Wednesday the 11th!
It was originally reported to be scheduled for August 28, but was quietly pushed back. IDW teases that "Perfection takes time." Amen to that!
Locke & Key has been picked up by Universal for a feature film! No information beyond that, so we still don't know how much of the series it will cover, but information will hopefully follow.
Fans will remember that a TV Pilot was produced in 2011, and despite a positive reception from audiences, was eventually passed on by the network executives.
Omega #5 gets a 9.7/10 from IGN.com! Check out the full review:
May 24th 2013
"Now, almost forty issues later, the story of "Locke & Key" is coming to an end and fans of the IDW Publishing series can't wait to devour the last two issues and discover the fate of the Locke legacy."
Read the rest at: http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=45668
April 27th 2013
Locke & Key: Omega will end at 5 issues, instead of the initially-planned six. The final two will be reworked into two super-sized issues of a new, final volume, Alpha.
"The concluding series, Locke & Key: Omega, will now run five issues instead of six, and the finale itself will bring the Keyhouse down in the form of LOCKE & KEY: ALPHA, a series of two forty-eight-page issues that will end the series with the kind of intense, macabre aplomb that made it a hit for six series!"