BOOM! Studios and Alcon Entertainment are excited to announce THE EXPANSE: ORIGINS original graphic novel (OGN), arriving in comic shops and bookstores in February 2018.
With the advent of the Internet and the endless news cycle, we also can’t escape the unceasing flow of information, including the news that a favorite Syfy show of mine, Dark Matter, has been cancelled after three seasons. Rats.
I’ll admit it, I’ve never had high hopes for the Krypton series set to debut on the Syfy network, but a new bit of news coming from the San Diego Comic Con has me all kinds of interested.
It’s a trailer that has been around forever, but few have seen thanks to the constant release, delete, take down notices from Syfy, but finally we get the full trailer for Syfy’s Krypton.
Wynonna Earp fans will be happy to learn that IDW Publishing launches a new four issue mini-series this week. Take the jump for a look at Wynonna Earp Legends: Doc Holliday #1.
If you have been dying for any and all news about the upcoming SyFy series, Krypton, chances are you’ve found it on other sites first. But, not to be left all the way behind, we are here to reveal that Seg-El has been found!
All right, everybody sing along: Here comes Comic-Con! Here comes Comic-Con, right down Comic-Con Lane! I can even hear Elvis singing it! I often think of San Diego Comic-Con International (SDCC) as an early Christmas (if you celebrate that holiday) for fans of comics, TV, movies, gaming and anything even remotely related. This year, it will be held from Thursday, July 21, through Sunday, July 24, with a Preview Night starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20. Once again, here at MajorSpoilers.com, coverage of the event is already underway. To check out news from SDCC, just click on the
First, I need to give my yearly advice to people buying gifts for comics fans, especially late ones! Do NOT try to buy an item you THINK they might want! Chances are, they either have it or don’t wait it if they haven’t already bought it. Instead, locate their local comics shop and buy a gift card! They’ll be able to purchase what they want, so they’ll love you for it! Phew! Okay, now we can move on to the topic at hand – This is a great time to be a comics fan! That’s so true on several levels!
When it comes to supernatural/horror characters, it seems many of them never go out of style. However, certain groups rise up to the forefront, such as vampires. For a while, everywhere you looked, there were vampires. Teen vampires, older vampires, female vampires, even kid vampires. Now it seems that werewolves are the new vampires. Syfy has their series Bitten, DC’s Vertigo has a great comic Wolf Moon from Cullen Bunn and Jeremy Haun, and now Image has Wolf. What I like about all these is that each one seems to take a different spin on the werewolf legend, and that’s
SEVEN24 Films and IDW Entertainment announced today that Syfy has acquired the U.S. rights to Wynonna Earp, a live action television series based on the IDW Publishing comic created by Beau Smith. Emily Andras (Lost Girl, Killjoys) developed the series for television and will serve as Executive Producer and Showrunner.
By now, you’ve probably heard the news that NBC has decided to pass on a second season of Constantine. Fans, and producers, are both hoping the show will land at another network, leading us all to a happily ever after moment. But what network? With CW running many of the Warner Bros./DC Comics properties, it seems to be the front runner, though SyFy’s name has been dropped a time or two due to the NBC tie, as well ask the coming Krypton series. VOTE!