Fans of DC's beloved and long lost Batgirl, Stephanie Brown, can finally rejoice as Steph will be returning to DC in the spring for Batman Eternal. The announcement was made during the DC Comics Batman panel by Scott Snyder after a fan inquired about her future. According to Snyder, “no one was trying to shelve her. It was more about finding the right time to reintroduce her.” She'll be returning as Spoiler in issue #3 of the new weekly comic, Batman Eternal. At every single DC panel Tell Me More!
During the All New Marvel NOW! panel at NYCC, Al Ewing and Lee Garbett were announced as the creative team behind a new solo Loki series called Agent of Asgard. The series launches in February of 2014 and it focuses on an older, "sexier," secret agent version of Loki and will be infused with a lot of humor. Loki, who will be returning to his adult body, will be living in New York and adventuring on secret agent missions for Asgard's All-Mother, as an attempt to redeem himself. But we're wondering Tell Me More!
One of Marvel's most beloved characters, the Silver Surfer, is returning in 2014 for an ongoing series written by Dan Slott with artwork by Mike Allred. The series will launch in March of 2014 and will follow Norrin Rad and his human companion Dawn as they travel through unexplored areas of the cosmos. In an interview with Newsarama, Slott explains that "Norrin Radd is a guy from a society where they've already achieved everything they can achieve. They're already at their peak, and they've kind Tell Me More!
Dark Horse announced at NYCC that the Buffy the Vampire Slayer comic will be continuing on to season 10. The series will be 30 issues in length and will be written by Christos Gage and illustrated by Rebekah Issacs, with covers by long time series artist, Steve Morris. “In Buffy, Season 10 is going to be about bringing friendships back together. Magic is starting to come back into the world, but in some surprising ways, like that vampire we saw standing in the sunlight at the end of Season Tell Me More!
The Walking Dead is back! And I don't just mean that in the literal sense. Last night's season 4 premiere delivered all of the excitement, fear, and suspense that made us fall in love with the show in season 1.
"30 Days Without an Accident" opens at the prison. Things have changed quite a bit since the last time we saw it. Rick is outside in the yard tending a vegetable garden. Yes, you read that correctly-- a vegetable garden. He's wearing ear buds to drown out the noise of the walkers gathering Tell Me More!
During the Cup o' Joe panel at NYCC, Joe Quesada gave fans some of the best Marvel news of 2014. The original Miracleman collection by Alan Moore will be reprinted by Marvel beginning in 2014, as well as the ending to Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham's story. Gaiman took over for Moore in the early 90's but publisher Eclipse Comics folded after only 8 of the 18 issues Gaiman and Buckingham had planned were published. A prerecorded video of Gaiman was played for the audience, in which Gaiman Tell Me More!
Robert Kirkman, the creator of The Walking Dead, is revealing details about his new comic book series Outcast.
"It's a big, epic story that involves exorcism and demonic possession, and we're trying to shine a new light on that genre of horror-fiction," Kirkman told reporters on Tuesday.
Outcast tells the story of Kyle Barnes, a young man who has been plagued by possession since he was a child. Now an adult, he sets out on a journey to find answers. What he uncovers threatens the end of Tell Me More!
It's official! The BBC has confirmed that over 100 early episodes of Doctor Who, thought permanently lost, have been found. The network is expected to reveal how the missing episodes were recovered during a press screening scheduled for later this week.
The 106 episodes from the 1960s were missing from the show's archives. They include much of William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton’s time as the Doctor. Hartnell and Troughton were the first two actors to portray the Time Lord. Fans can expect Tell Me More!
The new animated Star Wars series, Star Wars Rebels, from Dave Filoni and Greg Weisman is set to launch around this time in 2014. The first 15 second teaser trailer for the series has been released. Star Wars Rebels is designed to be in full canon with the saga movies, including the upcoming Episode VII.
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FOX's new hit show, Sleepy Hollow, has already been renewed for a second season after only two episode have aired. Sleepy Hollow is the first new fall television show on any network to be greenlit for a second season. Just like the first season, the second season will run for 13 episodes. The premiere episode had 13.6 million viewers and with the DVR and online viewership, the total rose to 22 million viewers. The Chairman of Entertainment at Fox Broadcasting Company, Kevin Reilly said “The Tell Me More!