Even though the Heroes Reborn series may have been a dud, Titan Comics continues to tell the tales between the two series, and today, the publisher released a slew of variants for the upcoming Heroes: Godsend mini-series.
Two new promo spots for the upcoming Heroes Reborn series has landed, and it promises something big.
As the lead up the NBC series Heroes Reborn, there is a new online mini-series that takes place five years after the events of the Heroes series, and gives you a nice way to catch up on the new world. If you know how to search YouTube, you can see the entire Dark Matters series, or you can take the jump and see it all in one place.
Those sitting in Hall H during the Heroes Reborn panel were treated to a really long trailer for the upcoming 13-episode series coming to television in September. Now, thanks the the magic of Internets Technolgies, the trailer is available for you, our favorite people who didn’t get to the big convention.
Are you ready for Heroes Reborn? I’m mixed on the return of the show that took a huge turn for the worst following season 2. A new trailer has been released asking “Where are the heroes?” and it is the most depressing trailer I’ve seen in a while.
Man, it’s tough attending a big convention when you’re sick as a dog! But the motto for Megacon 2015 was “It’s Fun Time!” and so I soldiered through this high-octane event and still enjoyed what I could!
With Daredevil poised to hit Netflix and Marvel poised to develop their streaming properties there are lot of exciting possibilities for characters and teams to come to the small screen that didn’t exist even two year ago. With that in mind, Major Spoilers humbly present you with Top 5 Comic Properties Marvel Needs to Develop for Netflix: #5. HEROES FOR HIRE “But, there’s going to be a Defenders series!” Sure, that’s awesomely well and good, but imagine this as the first team-up between Luke Cage, Iron Fist and Jessica Jones, very street level and using Jessica’s office they create
Press Release NBC is bringing back its conquering “Heroes.” An iconic series that still commands a rabid fan base, “Heroes” will return to the network in 2015 as an event miniseries with original creator and executive producer Tim Kring at the helm, it was announced today by NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke.