The X-Men will be making an appearance on Fox this fall with the new series The Gifted – a one hour drama by Matt Nix starring Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker as the Struckers, parents of mutant children who have to take their family on the run to protect it. Though the show will be set in a distinct and separate timeline from the movies, it will still inhabit the X-Men universe and features characters like Blink (Jamie Chung), Polaris (Emma Dumont), and Thunderbird (Blair Redford).
Last night, FOX aired the first trailer for the Bryan Singer produced, along with showrunner Matt Nix, X-Men television spin-off The Gifted. The new series, which Singer also directed the pilot of, centers on two parents (played by Stephen Moyer and Amy Acker) who have to take their children on the run from the Government, […]
John Semper, Jr. holds an ever growing list of credits, ranging from his work as a screenwriter, producer, and story editor. His body of work is mostly invested the in the field of animation, where he is most remembered among cartoon and comic fans alike for his work on the much watched 90’s carton Spider-Man: […]
Facing reality. #LegionFX pic.twitter.com/KmnozNV8KT — Legion (@LegionFX) February 6, 2017 There are by my count about 3 umpty zillion tv shows based on comic books currently streaming on your TV. Okay maybe that is an exaggeration, but there are nearly a dozen. I honestly can’t count them all. Among them are history making hits – […]
LEgion is the star of a new FX show, but the comics character himself has a long, complicated history.
So yesterday I posted this Instagram Watchmen or Fox!!! #nycc #nycc2016 A post shared by The Beat (@comicsbeat) on Oct 6, 2016 at 10:56am PDT Chiding the Watchmen-styled letting used by Fox on their display here at NYCC. Oddly enough later in the night I was told of a rumor that Fox might be […]
In the sixteen years since the release of X-Men, visual styling in superhero films has evolved in a dramatic way, but the X-Men franchise still looks strikingly similar now to the way it did in 2000.
It’s a cold cold world we live in.
Last Thursday, early afternoon, I perused the lower level halls of New York Comic Con. Autographings and photo ops were running nicely, and the Queue Hall (aka “the stockyards”) was mostly empty, as the morning crush had long subsided, and most of the Main Stage events in Hall 1-D had already occurred. Out of curiosity, […]
This weekend turned out to be a very busy one for comics news. As our chief steward, Heidi MacDonald, takes a well deserved rest this morning following the conclusion of Small Press Expo, let’s take a look at some of the big breaking stories from the last few days. Omega Men Lives When we broke […]