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Torchwood’s Burn Gorman Shares Details on His New Expanse Villain

The return of The Expanse feels like a reunion, but there’s a “fresh face” in the mix in the form of Torchwood’s Burn Gorman. In a one-on-one interview, Gorman shared details on Adolphus Murtry, whether he’s actually a villain, and why Doctor Who and Expanse fans aren’t so different in the end. Read More >>

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Big Mouth Co-Creator Nick Kroll Addresses ‘Woke Culture’ and Comedy

Joker director Todd Phillips has had some...things to say. Recently, the Hangover architect faced backlash for explaining that he switched from comedy to drama because “woke culture” killed comedy. But there are plenty of comedians producing excellent work. This includes Nick Kroll, the co-creator and star of Netflix’s Big Mouth, who shared his thoughts at NYCC on keeping comedy thoughtful – even when it’s about sending dick pics to your cousin. Read More >>

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Are You Afraid of the Dark? Star Says Working on It, Sadly, Didn’t Make Him Immune to Clowns

Actor Jeremy Ray Taylor has had his share of scary clowns. First with It and It: Chapter 2, and now with the latest Are You Afraid of the Dark? series. The latter may not involve Pennywise and his sewer full of children’s body parts – at least I hope it doesn’t – but Taylor said his fear of clowns is still alive and well. Along with a new appreciation for horror. Read More >>

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Hickman’s ‘Dawn of X’ Will Launch a New Wolverine Comic and Turn Every Mutant Into an X-Men Hero

As riveting as Jonathan Hickman’s House of X and Powers of X series have been, it can be easy to forget that the two comics are only the beginning of Marvel’s larger “Dawn of X” arc that’s ushering in a new era of mutant resurgence. Soon, those books will come to an end and make way for even more stories about how Xavier and the world’s mutants are through living in the shadows. Read More >>

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The World Might Not Be Ready for Tom King, Mitch Gerads, and Evan Shaner’s Strange Adventures

Tom King’s made a name for himself by telling stories about classic white guy heroes who find themselves on the verge of mental collapse as their worlds suddenly become complicated in ways one doesn’t often see in comic books. At this year’s New York Comic Con, the writer announced that Adam Strange will follow in that familiar tradition of his Vision and Mister Miracle series. Read More >>

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Ex Machina’s Alex Garland Lifts the Curtain on New FX Series, Devs

Director Alex Garland’s (Ex Machina, Annihilation) latest project is headed to television rather than cinemas. Up until now, we didn’t have much to go on in terms of what FX’s Devs was actually about – but thanks to a big coming out panel at New York Comic Con this past weekend, we’re extremely hyped for the sci-fi series. Read More >>

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In the She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Season 4 Trailer, Heroes and Villains Rise Up

She-Ra is back and heading our way surprisingly soon. The cast revealed the first teaser for She-Ra and the Princesses of Power’s fourth season at New York Comic Con – which will consist of 13 episodes – along with the release date for the return of Adora, Catra, and the newly crowned Queen Glimmer... with a new look and outlook on life. Read More >>

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G. Willow Wilson and Nick Robles Will Take the Reins of The Dreaming Next Year

As announced this weekend during New York Comic Con, G. Willow Wilson, the comics writer who first brought Kamala Khan to the page, will be taking up as the writer of The Dreaming, DC’s ongoing set in the Dreaming, the seat of power for Dream of the Endless. Joining her will be artist Nick Robles (Doctor Mirage). Read More >>

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American Gods Season 2 Will Explore What It Means to Live in the Age of Social Media and Surveillance States

Some of the most fascinating things about Starz’s adaptation of American Gods revolve around the major changes made in order to make the show feel contemporary. Neil Gaiman first penned the original novel back in 1999 when the world was a drastically different place – and heading into season two, the show is still coming up with unique ways to stay relevant. Read More >>

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Deadly Class Is Coming in January to Say Yes to Ultraviolence

The ‘80s were a turbulent time. The Drug War, the Cold War, the plague of teen assassins roaming the land. That sounds about right, yeah? Right? Read More >>

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The Thrawn Sequel Is Coming Next Summer and Will Feature Special Guest Star Darth Vader

At the Lucasfilm Publishing panel at New York Comic Con, Timothy Zahn announced that the sequel to his bestselling Thrawn novel will arrive next winter and will be called Thrawn: Alliances. Also, a certain Dark Lord of the Sith will be stopping by. Read More >>