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Preview: Wynonna Earp: All In

Wynonna Earp: All In

(W) Beau Smith, Tim Rozon, Melanie Scrofano (A) Chris Evenhuis, Lora Innes, Angel Hernandez (CA) Catherine Nodet
In Shops: Jan 26, 2022
SRP: $39.99

The ultimate jackpot for Wynonna Earp fans, this compendium collects every comic book adventure since the premiere of the fan-favorite TV series, including stories by stars Melanie Scrofano and Tim Rozon!

Join Wynonna Earp, her sister Waverly, Officer Haught, Agent Dolls, and immortal gunslinger Doc Holliday as Wynonna grapples with the legacy of her ancestor, the legendary lawman Wyatt Earp. There was much more to Wyatt than the history books tell: he used his mystical sidearm, the Peacemaker, to send demons back to hell! Now the family curse means the eldest Earp child must accomplish the same task, as the vengeful Revenants return with each generation!

As Wynonna goes All In, she’ll face more than just her family’s demons. Vampires, werewolves, and the infamous Pinkertons all find themselves in her sights. Plus, there’s no rest for the wicked, as Wynonna learns that Earps don’t get vacations, and a jailbreak from Black Rock Prison proves that even the Peacemaker can’t bury all her problems! Collects Wynonna Earp (2016) issues #1-8, Wynonna Earp: Legends #1-4, Wynonna Earp Season Zero #1-5, and the Wynonna Earp: Bad Day at Black Rock original graphic novel.

Wynonna Earp: All In

Preview: Wynonna Earp: All In

Wynonna Earp: All In

(W) Beau Smith, Tim Rozon, Melanie Scrofano (A) Chris Evenhuis, Lora Innes, Angel Hernandez (CA) Catherine Nodet
In Shops: Nov 10, 2021
SRP: $39.99

The ultimate jackpot for Wynonna Earp fans, this compendium collects every comic book adventure since the premiere of the fan-favorite TV series, including stories by stars Melanie Scrofano and Tim Rozon!

Join Wynonna Earp, her sister Waverly, Officer Haught, Agent Dolls, and immortal gunslinger Doc Holliday as Wynonna grapples with the legacy of her ancestor, the legendary lawman Wyatt Earp. There was much more to Wyatt than the history books tell: he used his mystical sidearm, the Peacemaker, to send demons back to hell! Now the family curse means the eldest Earp child must accomplish the same task, as the vengeful Revenants return with each generation!

As Wynonna goes All In, she’ll face more than just her family’s demons. Vampires, werewolves, and the infamous Pinkertons all find themselves in her sights. Plus, there’s no rest for the wicked, as Wynonna learns that Earps don’t get vacations, and a jailbreak from Black Rock Prison proves that even the Peacemaker can’t bury all her problems! Collects Wynonna Earp (2016) issues #1-8, Wynonna Earp: Legends #1-4, Wynonna Earp Season Zero #1-5, and the Wynonna Earp: Bad Day at Black Rock original graphic novel.

Wynonna Earp: All In

Wynonna Earp Returns to Production. Season 4 Debuts Summer 2020

IDW Entertainment, SEVEN24 Films, Space, and SYFY announced today that Wynonna  Earp, the series based on the IDW comic created by Beau Smith, has been greenlit to start production for its fourth season. With production slated to begin later this year, Season 4 is expected to debut in Summer 2020 on SYFY in the US and Space in Canada. Additionally, IDW Entertainment announced that Cineflix Studios has come aboard to co-produce with Cineflix Rights handling international sales for all four seasons of the series.

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Winner of the 2018 People’s Choice Award for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show, Wynonna Earp follows the life of the great, great granddaughter (Melanie Scrofano, “Bad Blood”) of famous lawman Wyatt Earp. The action-packed supernatural sci-fi series stars Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon, Dominique Provost-Chalkley, and Katherine Barrell

Known for having one of the most active social media communities – from arranging fan conventions around the world to raising money for LGBTQ charities – Wynonna Earp has been praised for its “fierce and committed performances”*, and has received and been nominated for numerous awards including Canadian Screen Awards, GLAAD Media Awards, Directors Guild of Canada, Writers Guild of Canada and Alberta Film & Television Awards.

SEVEN24’s Jordy Randall and Tom Cox, in addition to Cineflix’s Peter Emerson and Brett Burlock, serve as Executive Producers along with Todd Berger and Rick Jacobs.

Preview: Wynonna Earp Legends: The Earp Sisters #4

Wynonna Earp Legends: The Earp Sisters #4

Beau Smith & Melanie Scrofano (w) • Chris Evenhuis (a & c)

Wynonna Earp has faced Werewolves, Zombies, Revenants—but she’s never faced a choice this hard: when Waverly comes into her dangerous world, will Wynonna accept her sister’s choices or will Wynonna choose to protect her at all costs, even if it means pushing her away?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

Preview: Wynonna Earp Legends: The Earp Sisters #3

Wynonna Earp Legends: The Earp Sisters #3

Beau Smith & Melanie Scrofano (w) • Chris Evenhuis (a & c)

Wynonna Earp has faced Werewolves, Zombies, Revenants—but she’s never faced a choice this hard: when Waverly comes into her dangerous world, will Wynonna accept her sister’s choices or will Wynonna choose to protect her at all costs, even if it means pushing her away?

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

TV Review: Wynonna Earp S1E13 I Walk the Line

wynonnaearp1-075f2In the Season 1 finale, the costs are high when Wynonna finds herself in a showdown with a most terrifying nemesis. Meanwhile, something shocking about Waverly’s past comes to light and an impossible choice is faced by Dolls.

Wynonna Earp wraps up the first season with a final episode that is just all over the place and generally falls flat. The episode continues from the previous with Wynonna surrounded with only Doc and Dolls to help. They get her out of there, but it’s never explained how the other two get out of there.

There’s twists and turns in what is supposed to keep viewers on their toes, but instead just feels needlessly complicated. We learn there’s more at play for example, but that’s not explained well and just feels like the season has built for this last minute switch out.

Things get wrapped up pretty well in some ways, and others that show the folks in charge of this show just don’t know when to stop. The end of the episode is a perfect example where a character has a turn and then it goes on for a bit, instead of going the horror movie route and ending it right there. It’s a step too far that kills what could be a cool moment.

The acting takes quite a few steps back. There’s some ok acting, but generally things slide backwards for the main actors and the infected don’t help matters. It’s d level as far as acting ability, and that might be a nice assessment.

The season finale wraps up a lot, and maybe we’ll see a second season. But, if that’s the plan, this series needs some serious work to reach anything remotely close to being quality television.

Overall Rating: 6.45

TV Review: Wynonna Earp S1E12 House of Memories

wynonnaearp1-075f2An admirer with a gruesome vendetta puts someone familiar in a tight spot. Meanwhile, Wynonna needs to outsmart Bobo Del Rey; and at the same time, protect Dolls from a new threat.

Wynonna Earp keeps the slight improvement up as the first season begins to wind down and Bobo’s plan becomes much clearer. Why were the Earps attacked that fateful night? Why did Bobo protect Willa? All of that is revealed in this episode as the pieces of the puzzles come together.

The episode just builds and builds and things get much better as they get rolling about 2/3 of the way through. That’s the point all of that is put out there and things get rather interesting.

Through all of the reveals the episode also focuses on individuals. Willa’s personality comes out more. Wynonna deals with her possibly not being the heir. Waverly’s relationship too is revealed to some folks. That all is probably some of the best of the episode. Actually, the episode again shows how Nicole Haught is the best character on the show as she deals with some homophobia and an asshole pretty hardcore.

Things aren’t completely wrapped up. There’s a lot left open, some to a slightly incoherent level that’ll leave you scratching your head. We’ll see what gets wrapped up as the season ends next episode.

Things are still better, but they’re not great, but at least it’s better….

Overall Rating: 6.75

TV Review: Wynonna Earp S1E11 Landslide

wynonnaearp1-075f2Wynonna barely has time to digest the discovery she and her sister made in the Barrens when duty calls in the form of a gambler who was found torn apart in his hotel room. Meanwhile, Henry meets a mysterious stranger.

Wynonna Earp shows some improvement with this episode that begins to shake things up in an interesting way.

It was pretty obvious at the end of the last episode that the woman rescued from the cult was the thought dead third Earp sister. But how did she fire the gun? Why can Wynonna do so? This episode begins to answer some of those questions as it’s peppered with flashbacks as we learn more about Eve and the night she was taken and the Earp girls’ father was killed.

All of this leads to friction and a fight that gets captured on film and things begin to unroll from there.

There’s some good in Eve is very uneasy about the situation, but by the end of the episode she’s completely ok with the situation and where things are, no matter how odd it all is. It’s a rather quick switch that probably should have played out over a few more episodes.

Wynonna and Eve as a team though are entertaining and I finally feel like Wynonna could actually kick ass, though scenes are over the top.

The thing that really stands out is the mysterious Juan Carlos who deals with Henry and talks in riddles. This is something I can’t figure out, nor can I guess where Bobo is connected with Eve. There’s some good build up and mystery here as the episode is a vast improvement in every way from what’s come before.

Hopefully the series has figured out its stride and voice, and if it’s like this episode the series will be far more enjoyable.

Overall Rating: 6.85

TV Review: Wynonna Earp S1E9 Bury Me With My Guns On

wynonnaearp1-075f2A shaken WYnonna seeks solace in drink and other questionable activities after her encounter with the last of the Seven. Eventually she finds herself joining Henry in his vendetta to find and defeat the woman who wronged him.

Wynonna Earp shows off the small things in this episode that indicate how good the series could be.

Out of everything, two things stand out this episode and that’s Sheriff Neadley played by Greg Lawson and Katherine Barrell played by Nicole Haught. Every time either is on the screen their acting is heads and above better than everyone else they share the show with and their characters are also the most interesting. They’re really good in the lines they deliver (no matter how bad they are) and they feel much more grounded and natural in their acting.

Those two shine a light on the bad. Tim Rozon as Doc Holliday is improving in his delivery and presentation of his character but it still feels like a bad caricature. Melanie Scrofano as Wynonna Earp and Dominique Provost-Chalkley as Waverly Earp are both inconsistent bouncing back and forth between a vibe that feels like they’re in on a joke, to just delivering a joke, to being serious. Their styles are inconsistent mixing up the tone of the show. And I’m pretty sure that Shamier Anderson as Agent Dolls only has one emotion.

The episode itself sets up where the series is going with the threats and focus expanding out a bit from where it started. That’s a good thing, but while folks seem to be working on the plot, they seem to leave too many other issues on the table.

The show is still inconsistent in almost every way and still isn’t sure what it wants to be. Maybe it’ll figure that out by the time the first season wraps up.

Overall Rating: 6.05

TV Review: Wynonna Earp S1E8 Two-Face Jack

wynonnaearp1-075f2Henry and Dolls put aside their differences to infiltrate a Revenant hive; at the same time, Wynonna refuses to be a serial killer’s next victim.

Wynonna Earp for some reasons splits the episode and gives us a much weaker episode than if it was focused on one story.

Wynonna is captured by the serial killer Jack and does what she cans to escape. I’m guessing he’s supposed to be Jack the Ripper, and never quite comes through as anything interesting enough to really care, though there’s some really gross (if not silly) special fx in the beginning.

If the episode just focused on Wynonna, it’d be so much better. Treat the episode like Saw or some other horror movie and you’d have something that’s full of tension and actual dread. Instead the episode attempts some humor, some cheesy twists and dialogue. In other words, it attempts to do too much.

Part of that too much is Henry and Dolls who have to fight each other in a match to get information. That gets things muddled and acts as a distraction we don’t need. It’s just idiotic overall and dilutes what could be a good episode.

And I think that sums up the show a lot. If it focused on just some simple things, it’d be excellent. But instead it attempts to do too much and very little of it well.

Overall Rating: 6.05

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