Netflix and Nickelodeon today announced that they have formed a new, multi-year output deal to produce original animated feature films and television series – based both on the Nickelodeon library of characters as well as all-new IP – for kids and families around the world.
Here is some good news for Dark Horse Comics – following the success of the Umbrella Academy and Polar on Netflix, the streaming media service has set up a first look deal with the publisher.
Netflix and Mark Millar announce their latest project created in-house, SPACE BANDITS #1 —a female-led sci-fi story, described by Millar as a female Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid set in space with a massive and exciting cast of characters.
Word broke last week that Netflix was working on a live-action adaptation of the ever-popular Cowboy Bebop animated series. Some have expressed outrage, others concern, and still, others are completely behind the announcement.
Netflix, Millarworld, and Image Comics have announced the third comic collaboration in the form of Sharkey the Bounty Hunter. Mark Millar will write and Simone Bianchi will provide the art for this upcoming series.
At the New York Comic-Con, DreamWorks Animation debuted the full trailer for the much talked about She-Ra and the Princesses of Power animated series that is set to debut on Netflix on November 18th, 2018.
The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is one of the best comics out there right now, and we’ve been waiting to see how Roberto Aquirre-Sacasa’s tale would translate to a live action series. We’re about to find out as the first full trailer for the Netflix series has arrived.
If you were bummed that you live outside the United States of America, and won’t be able to get access to the DC Universe streaming service, you are in luck as Netflix will distribute the Titans series internationally when it debuts on October 12th.
I think we can all admit that the first season of Marvel’s Iron Fist series on Netflix wasn’t that great. The second season teaser trailer arrived at the San Diego Comic-Con this week, and while it doesn’t reveal a whole lot, it certainly looks like an improvement.
Legendary Comics has announced it will release a four-part mini-series based on the Netflix original series, Lost in Space.