A new two-issue comic mini-series will bridge the gap between seasons 2 and 3 of The Orville science-fiction dramedy show. The upcoming series will be titled The Orville Season 2.5: Launch Day, which will have two parts. This format is similar to the previous The Orville comic which had two-issue chapters bridging the gap between … Continue reading New ‘The Orville’ Comic Mini-Series To Take Place After Season 2
Marvel and games producer Games Workshop announced that the two companies will bring new comics based on Games Workshop's Warhammer properties to fans in Fall 2020. No specific storylines were announced, but both the more ground-based fantasy Warhammer: Age of Sigmar (formerly just known as Warhammer) and the futuristic space fantasy Warhammer 40,000 properties were … Continue reading Marvel & Games Workshop To Publish ‘Warhammer’ Comics In Fall 2K20
We're not sure if DC intended this news to be a part of San Diego Comic-Con, but the company low-key announced a new title this morning, the last day of SDCC. The "announcement" has 2017's Mister Miracle creators writer Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads, along with artist Evan "Doc" Shaner associated with a … Continue reading King & Gerads On ‘Strange Adventures’ 2020
Well it looks like you won't be able to watch The Orville for free with your basic cable subscription anymore. Starting with the previously announced third season, the Seth MacFarlane science fiction-comedy-drama vehicle is moving from Fox to the streaming service Hulu as a Hulu original. The third season is expected to launch in late … Continue reading SDCC ‘The Orville’ Makes The Trek To Hulu
CBS held a panel at San Diego Comic-Con today focused on all things Star Trek (well except no movie talk). The three major projects covered was Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Lower Decks, and Star Trek: Picard. First off, the panel covered the current Star Trek series streaming on CBS All Access, Star Trek: Discovery. … Continue reading SDCC Star Trek Roundup: ‘Discovery’, ‘Lower Decks’, & ‘Picard’
Rom: Dire Wraiths isn't the only ROM comic coming out from IDW. This December, a new comic based on a videogame will be released by the company: Read Only Memories.
Robotech was a cartoon series released in the West produced by Harmony Gold that took the stories of three completely different Japanese Tatsunoko produced anime and stitched them together to form a single storyline. The 1985 show (sort of) introduced many western audiences to the three shows (The Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Super Dimension Calvary … Continue reading Harmony Gold To Continue To Exploit ‘Robotech’ Into The Future