Outer Darkness arrives in November from Image / Skybound
A spacehsip encounters mysteries and horror in outer space.
In 2018, I only enjoy two things about The Walking Dead’s overall reach in entertainment, Garrett Dillahunt’s John Dory and the games produced by Telltale. This week the studio behind, arguably The Walking Dead’s best-extended universe material is embarking on what is being sold as the finale of Clementine’s story in “Done Running”, the first episode […]
On August 14, Telltale Games begins our final journey with the young survivor Clementine. In anticipation, the studio has put out the final launch trailer for the series. The video introduces the new setting called Erickson’s School For Troubled Youth. Clem and her charge AJ find themselves in a Lord of the Flies situation as the […]
“The Final Season”, the words I’d wish I could see come before the TV show are instead coming to fruition for one of The Walking Dead’s best-extended universe stories, Telltale Games Walking Dead series. Since her debut in season one, players have watched Kirkman’s zombie apocalypse turn Clementine from a bright-eyed and innocent girl into a […]
The multi-head hydra that’s become Rober Kirkman’s Skybound has put its mark on TV, table top gaming, video games, and of course comics. At San Diego Comic-Con, the Skybound Entertainment What’s Next panel could have been called Skybound’s Friendly Reminder panel as there wasn’t a lot of newsworthy bits. The panel consisting of Kirkman, David […]
Toys, Pins, Shirts, and more among Skybound’s SDCC Exclusives!
As you may recall, a couple weeks back I started mentioning that Amazon was having sales listings and pages for Marvel digital comic sales, but they weren’t really discounting anything. The Beat has gotten some reader queries about this because, well… it _is_ strange to go from frequent 99¢ sales to no discount off digital […]
I’ve been a fan of Sean McKeever’s writing of teens since I was a teen. I discovered his work on Gravity, Young Inhumans, and Spider-Man, and went back to read the book that launched his career, The Waiting Place. I was disappointed to see him assigned to projects that didn’t best showcase his talent at […]
Brett Lewis writes the final arc.