PRESS RELEASE: Interlude, the interactive media and technology company, announced today that they have entered into a deal with CBS to develop an original interactive project based on the cult classic “The Twilight Zone.” Award winning game creator, Ken Levine will write and direct the pilot episode, which will uniquely allow viewers to step in and become a part of the story.
Fifty-six years ago this Saturday, television history was made, and the bar for thought-provoking, entertaining and skin-crawling programming suddenly made a precipitous upward leap. Not long afterwards, comics got in on the act… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of The Twilight Zone #1 awaits!
William Gaunt continues his trip back to his childhood in the second installment of Twilight Zone: Shadow and Substance #2. Major Spoilers couldn’t resist the time travel story, and picked up the issue for review.
Dynamite Entertainment returns with another The Twilight Zone mini-series. Like the Twilight Zone television episodes of the ’80s, this series seems a bit familiar.