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by William Talley, filed in Articles, Comics, News, TV on May.31, 2016
While Agent Carter and Marvel’s Most Wanted have been canceled, next year will see at least one new Marvel character hit the small screen. An 8 episode season of the X-men spinoff Legion has been ordered by FX, and it will be produced as a joint effort between Fox and Marvel Studios. With showrunner Noah Hawley (Fargo) at the helm, Legion stars Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens as the title character, who in the comics is the illegitimate son of professor Charles Xavier. He’s a mutant with multiple personality disorder, and each personality has it’s own power. Longtime Marvel fans know he’s responsible for not one, but two Alternate realities, the Age of Apocalypse, and the Age of X. It remains to be seen how this is incorporated in the show. The status of Marvel and Fox’s other show, Hellfire, is up in the air as it’s two showrunners, Evan Katz and Manny Coto departed to work on 24 Legacy.
by William Talley, filed in Articles, Comics, News, TV on Oct.14, 2015
This past August, there were reports that Fox was interested in bringing a live action X-men series to TV. Today, we got details on two new series that are coming to TV thanks to a partnership between Fox and Marvel TV. Hellfire will be coming to Fox while Legion will be coming to FX with a pilot already being ordered. Both projects are executive produced by X-men movie director Bryan Singer, with Legion having Noah Hawley (Fargo) attached to it as head writer. Hellfire will take place during the late 60s and follow the exploits of the club of millionaire mutants that was introduced in X-men First class, and is features prominently in the comics. A special agent investigates the group after learning that a powerful woman is in charge of the group. Legion will tell the story of Charles Xavier’s illegitimate son, David Haller, a powerful mutant with schizophrenia. While there are obviously no details in the way of date, stars, timeslot, or even if these shows are in X-men movie continuity, this is certainly exciting news for fans of Marvel’s merry mutants. It’s even more surprising to see Marvel TV and Fox working together in spite of Fox’s stinginess over the X-men and Fantastic Four rights.
by William Talley, filed in Articles, Games, News, TV on Jun.04, 2015
According to the website Deadline
, a new Mega Man animated series in in the works from Man of Action, producers of shows such as Ben 10
and Ultimate Spider-Man
. A 26-episode series is planned for 2017, although there are currently no details about what network it will air on or its release schedule. Although fans aren’t too fond of MOA’s current effort Ultimate Spider-Man, I personally enjoyed the show. It doesn’t take itself too seriously, and the animation would work quite well with Mega Man. Besides, it’s not like it can be any worse than Captain N’s green dwarf with a speech impediment, the Ruby-Spears series from the 90s, or the bat-guano-insane Brazilian comic. This is probably the closest we’ll get to a new game for now. Then again, there’s also Mighty Number 9, which is available for pre-sale on Steam
by Crazy, filed in Comics, News, TV on Apr.22, 2015
If any of you have been caught up with the premiere of Daredevil on Netflix over the past week and a half like we have, we have some good news for you! Netflix has ordered a second season of Daredevil for 2016. We’ll have more of the man without fear soon.
In the meantime, we have “A.K.A. Jessica Jones”, another Netflix exclusive Marvel series, to look forward to later this year on Netflix, with Luke Cage coming in 2016. Also in the pipeline are Iron Fist, followed by the Defenders series.
by Crazy, filed in News, TV on May.11, 2014
Hot on the heals of the Community cancellation announcement, NBC has released a trailer for their upcoming Constantine series. The series is based on the Hellblazer comics from DC and follows John Constantine, a paranormal detective of sorts. Constantine will be coming to NBC on Fridays this fall.
by Crazy, filed in Comics, TV on Apr.22, 2014
Celebrating the 75th anniversary of the caped crusader, DC Entertainment has released an animated short from Bruce Timm. The short is a throw back to the 40’s era of Batman’s origin featuring Hugo Strange, one of the dark knight’s very first recurring villains. We will reportedly be seeing more anniversary related treats soon. Keep your eyes peeled!
by Crazy, filed in News, TV on Mar.13, 2014
NBC has released the first official image (seen above) of Matt Ryan as John Constantine. Constantine, a character from the DC Comics universe who has starred in the Hellblazer and Constantine series, not to mention got his own feature film starring Keanu Reeves, will be brought to the small screen in the form of a TV pilot. The lead, Matt Ryan, has previously appeared in “Torchwood” and “The Tudors”.
No word yet on when the pilot will air beyond this fall.
by FakeTrout, filed in Podcasts, Reveal The Shield, TV on Oct.07, 2013
Welcome to the second episode of the unofficial podcast companion to Marvelâ€™s Agents of SHIELD TV series. This episode we will discuss â€œ0-8-4â€ the second episode of the series, originally airing on October 1, 2013.
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