Irwin Allen’s Lost in Space #4
Story: Carey Wilber
Adapted: Holly Interlandi
Art: Patrick McEvoy
Join Will Robinson, Penny Robinson, their trusty Robot, and Doctor Smith as they are whisked away to a dimension reminiscent of Lewis Carroll’s most famous fiction!
“Malice in Wonderland” is based upon a never-before-seen teleplay by the reknowned Carey Wilber, adapted by AGP Editor Holly Interlandi, and illustrated in lush color by series cover artist Patrick McEvoy.
IRWIN ALLEN’S LOST IN SPACE: THE LOST ADVENTURES #3
Written by: Holly Interlandi, Carey Wilber
Adaptation by: Holly Interlandi
Art by: Kostas Pantoulas
It’s the closing issue of “The Curious Galactics”, a storyline based on Carey Wilber’s unfilmed teleplays for Irwin Allen’s classic TV show! Will and John Robinson, at the mercy of curious aliens, are confronted by a hideous monster. Is it real, or just another illusion sent by the Galactics to throw them off?
IRWIN ALLEN’S LOST IN SPACE: THE LOST ADVENTURES #1
writer Carey Wilber
art Holly Interlandi, Kostas Pantoulas, and Patrick McEvoy
Irwin Allen’s legendary Sci-Fi property returns! Before being prematurely canceled during its third season, LOST IN SPACE had several screenplays lined up and ready to film. These are those lost episodes, adapted for comics from screenwriter Carey Wilber’s original teleplays! First up is “The Curious Galactics,” a three-part tale that sends John Robinson, Will Robinson, and Major Don West from a run-of-the-mill radar scouting mission into a potentially deadly alien maze.
At San Diego Comic-Con, American Gothic Press confirmed its licensing of Irwin Allen’s classic sci-fi series Lost in Space for a special six issue series based on two unproduced scripts originally written for television.
Lost in Space, which is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015, was canceled in 1968 after a run of 83 episodes. But two unproduced teleplays have recently been discovered in the Irwin Allen Archives — both written by acclaimed television writer Carey Wilber. These never-before-seen episodes will be adapted into a comic book series by American Gothic’s Holly Interlandi, with interior artwork by Kostas Pantoulas and colors by Patrick McEvoy.
The series is being overseen by prolific television producer Kevin Burns. Burns has been responsible for developing and producing a number of Irwin Allen-themed projects and television specials over the years and, along with Legendary Television, is currently developing a new, updated version of Lost in Space for Netflix.
The first story arc is an adaptation of Wilber’s “The Curious Galactics”. It will run three issues and will premiere in March 2016. The first issue will ship with four collectible covers by Steve Stanley, RC Aradio, Patrick McEvoy, and a photo cover.