1 Solomon Kane 2 The Lovely Bones 3 The Princess and the Frog 4 The Twilight Saga: New Moon 5 Sex and the City: The Movie 6 Shrek the Third 7 Alice in Wonderland 8 2012 9 The Twilight Saga: Twilight 10 X-Men Origins - Wolverine
Kane's also kicking on Blu-Ray:
1 Solomon Kane 2 Alice in Wonderland 3 The Princess and the Frog 4 Avatar 5 The Lovely Bones 6 Edge of Darkness 7 Sherlock Holmes 8 The Book of Eli 9 The Hurt Locker 10 Up
Well done to all involved! For all my problems with SK's faults, it tickles me pink knowing that Robert E. Howard's name and the name of one of his creations is on the front cover of the top-selling DVD & Blu-Ray charts. There simply must be some people out there who check out the special features, want to learn more about Robert E. Howard, and get onto Google. Welcome to the great adventure, lads & lasses!
In other news, continuing debate over at the REH Forums over whether Solomon Kane can truly be reconciled with Howard - sorry Waldgeist - has encouraged me to go through all the Kane tales again to see if there are any possible points of conflict/connection betwixt the two. I've only gotten through a few stories so far: I'll post the complete article later on (likely after my review). The good news for Solomon Kane fans is "Rattle of Bones" is pretty much compatible with the possibility of an Evil/Hard Man Kane. The bad news is that "Red Shadows" isn't. There are a multitude of problems not just from the standpoint of Kane's personality, but continuity with other tales in general, to the point where the story itself suffers a noticeable plot hole due to the events of Solomon Kane. Either a substantial part of the story must be rendered "non-Canon," or Solomon Kane must.
I'm pretty sure that most of the shorter stories and fragments will be safe enough, but the longer works may not. Time will tell. It gives me a great opportunity to re-read the stories. Can't wait to get back to "Wings in the Night." Man, I love that story.