An animated version of Marvel’s “Deadpool” has received a 10-episode series order from FXX, expected to debut in 2018. Donald Glover, who starred in “Community” and created the FX show “Atlanta,” will work alongside his brother and “Atlanta” staff writer Stephen Glover, as showrunners of the animated series. Other people attached to the project include […]
Human civilization is structured on belief. When we’re on the streets, we place our faith in each person we cross not to not intentionally do us harm. When we watch the news, we put our trust in pundits and reporters to tell us the truth about the world beyond our eyes. When we make purchases […]
Here’s a juicy bit that popped out over at The Wrap, yesterday. The Russo Brothers are developing a Quantum & Woody TV series as their next project after their Avengers: Infinity Wars films. OK, we should probably back up a little for those who came in late. Quantum & Woody has two incarnations that have […]
While Sunday night marked the end of the 2016 San Diego Comic Con, it also brought the debut of director and pop culture icon Kevin Smith’s new talk show Geek!ng Out on AMC television. Smith along with his show co-host Greg Grunberg came to Comic-Con to talk about how their new show is about “more […]
Take flight with DC’s new Supergirl Digital Comic, coming early next year!
It’s a cold cold world we live in.
According to Hollywood Reporter, FX has a Y: the Last Man TV series in the works. Written by Brian K. Vaughan and illustrated by Pia Guerra, the Vertigo comic was Vaughan’s breakout success and led to his producer role on ABC’s Lost. Vaughan is slated to be joined by Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson from Color Force, a studio […]
In two weeks, we’ll be getting some quality time with the cast of Netflix’s next Marvel Defenders series, Jessica Jones, at New York Comic Con. The followup to the incredibly lauded Daredevil, the series will focus on the titular metahuman, portrayed by Krysten Ritter, as she attempts to salvage her life as a detective after a brief […]
She’s dead, Jim! Back in 2006, when the first season of the NBC superhero drama Heroes was debuting to rave reviews and mass audience acclaim, the show managed to turn its tagline, “Save the Cheerleader, Save the World,” into a meme. It was incredibly prolific, albeit a little nonsensical– describing the show perfectly. It looks like the […]
As a teenager, Heroes was one of the shows that influenced me most. I guess you could read into what that says about me, but I always appreciated the show even as it spun off into increasingly strange and non-sequitur directions. The show’s ability to take itself in a deadly serious manner while actually being […]