Press Release The wait is finally over, as Dark Horse and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products announce the arrival of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Dollhouse and Angel in the Dark Horse digital store! As rave reviews and support for Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 9 and the all-new series Angel and Faith continue, casual and hardcore fans will now be able to experience previous Buffy, Angel, and Dollhouse comics on all-new platforms! Buffy, Angel and Dollhouse are licensed through an agreement with Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products.
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Press Release Leading the pack of announcements of exclusive items for next month’s Comic-Con International comes news that Dark Horse will release an exclusive variant of Dollhouse #1 for attending and exhibiting retailers!
With the number of times Fox has dumped Joss Whedon shows, you’d have expect him to call it quits with the network for good. Dollhouse, the Eliza Dushku sci-fi thriller, was axed after lower than expected ratings for the second season. “Yes. Canceled. Sad but true,” tweeted Maurissa Tancharoen, a writer on “Dollhouse” who is married to Whedon’s brother Jed Whedon, also a writer on the show. What’s a Whedon to do? Can you say, “Doctor Horrible Sing-Along Blog sequel”? Of course you can, and of course he is. via THR
You know you are a superstar comic book person when you get pro representation from a big Hollywood agency.Â Or so says The Hollywood Reporter that reports Neal Adams and his Continuity Studios have signed with ICM. The agency will work to take Adams’ creations across all forms of media as well as help him make the transition to feature film writing and directing. In that latter fashion, Adams would follow artists-turned-helmers such as John Cassaday, who directed an episode of Fox TV series “Dollhouse,” and Frank Miller, who helmed “Sin City” and “The Spirit.” So what will Adams and
Stories of production problems have been plaguing Joss Whedon’s new Dollhouse series, to the point many were wondering if the show would ever see the light of day on Fox.Â Not only will it air, Fox has set the date for January, and has released a trailer to boot. DOLLHOUSE focuses on a secret organization that employs “Actives” — a group of operatives who have their memories and personalities wiped clean so they can be imprinted with new ones, allowing them to take on various missions for hire. DOLLHOUSE airs Mondays (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) this January on FOX.