Happy! by Grant Morrison and Darick Robertson gets pilot order at SyFy


Happy! an Image series by Grant Morrison and Darrick Robertson has been given a a pilot order at SyFy, as the relentless march of comics into primetime television continues. The series concerns a hardboiled hitman who questions his life after he meets a small, imaginary flying blue horse named Happy. See the first link for […]

Dragon Con 2016: Carlos Valdes discusses diversity, musicals, and Flashpoint (but has no comment on a Vibe costume…)


Carlos Valdes, known in the superhero world for his role as Cisco Ramon/Vibe on CW’s The Flash, appeared at Dragon Con this year, where he talked about the role Flashpoint will have on the show this season (which isn’t as big as you’d think), why he finds the musical Hamilton inspiring, and what it’s like working with Harry Potter’s Tom Felton.

Telltale Games brings MR.ROBOT to gaming


Award-winning developer and publisher of digital entertainment Telltale Games, in association with NBC Universal Brand Development, today released Mr. Robot:1.51exfiltratiOn for iOS and Android-based mobile devices. The game was developed by the acclaimed independent team at Night School Studio in collaboration with the creative team behind Universal Cable Productions and USA Network’s Emmy nominated series […]

SyFy Taps Grant Morrison to Adapt Aldous Huxley’s BRAVE NEW WORLD for TV

Grant Morrison, earlier this year

Talk about a dream team!  Today, Syfy and Universal Cable Productions announced that Grant Morrison would team up with Jonah Hex film writer Brian Taylor to bring Aldous Huxley’s science fiction novel, Brave New World, to the small screen.  Both Morrison and Taylor were named as executive producers on the show alongside Amblin Television co-presidents Darryl […]

FREEDOM FIGHTERS: THE RAY Set to Introduce the First Gay Lead Superhero to CW


Today, CW announced that their digital network, CW Seed, would adapt the story of the classic DC Comics character The Ray in a new animated series called Freedom Fighters: The Ray.  The cartoon, executive produced by Arrowverse masterminds Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim, will feature the first gay superhero lead. In addition to his cartoon, The Ray […]