During AMC‘s Walking Dead panel for Comic-Con@Home, the network revealed the sixth season of Fear the Walking Dead will premiere Sunday, October 11 at 9 pm. The show also got its first trailer for the season that you can watch below.
It was also revealed that cast member Lennie James will be making his directorial debut in season six, joining fellow cast member Colman Domingo, who will be directing his third episode this season.
Domingo also announced his digital series on Youtube.com/TheWalkingDead and AMC.com, Bottomless Brunch at Colman’s, has been picked up for an additional six episodes. The 20-minute video-chat-based show, hosted by Domingo from his home in Los Angeles, taps into his favorite way to stay connected to his community of family and friends – brunch – and takes it virtual. The series returns Sunday, August 23.
Following a well-received Comic Con@Home panel titled, “Heavy Metal Presents: Forging the Future of Genre” on Thursday, Heavy Metal Entertainment exclusively premiered the trailer for their first ever narrative anthology podcast experience, WonderWerk. The production is in partnership with DIGA Studios.
Those attending Heavy Metal’s virtual SD Comic Con At Home panel–which included Heavy Metal CEO Matthew Medney, Heavy Metal Publisher & Chief Creative Overlord David Erwin, and Creators Dylan Sprouse, George C. Romero and Dan Fogler–were the first to watch and hear the trailer for WonderWerk. The trailer teased a wide array of narratives with intense sound design, original music, and robust experiences. As Heavy Metal sees its historic #300 issue on the horizon, its priorities are clearly to expand beyond the page with its partner, DIGA Studios.
Heavy Metal and DIGA Studios’ WonderWerk will officially debut on August 4th, wherever podcasts can be found.
After a long delay, it was announced at the AMCWalking Dead Comic-Con@Home panel, that the season 10 finale of The Walking Dead will air on Sunday, October 4 at 9 pm.
Showrunner Angela Kang announced an extended season 10 with six extra episodes to follow the finale and air in early 2021. Additionally, Kang confirmed that The Walking Dead Season 11 will not be able to air in its regular October timeslot, due to COVID.
Check out this extended clip from the season finale.
The iconic Death Dealer is coming! Mezco Toyz has revealed that the warrior will be getting the One:12 Collective treatment! Death Dealer is a painting by Frank Frazetta that depicts an armor-clad warrior with a horned helmet. Created in 1973, the character has appeared in numerous paintings, novels, statues, comics, and roleplaying adventures. The character has even been adopted by the US military and is the mascot of the III Corps with a statue outside their headquarters in Fort Hood, Texas.
It’s unknown if we’ll be getting the horse along with the figure but check out what has been revealed below!
The world isn’t ready for a Helstrom family reunion and apparently Marvel doesn’t want you to know it’s one of theirs. The anticipated Helstrom got its first trailer today. The series was announced in 2019 and was to debut along with Ghost Rider this year. Ghost Rider, along with other Marvel Hulu series, has been canceled before its premiere.
As the son and daughter of a mysterious and powerful serial killer, Helstrom follows Daimon (Tom Austen) and Ana Helstrom (Sydney Lemmon), and their complicated dynamic, as they track down the worst of humanity — each with their own attitude and skills.
All episodes premiere October 16, 2020, only on Hulu.
Announced during Comic-Con@Home, Crossover is the much anticipated new comic series from Donny Cates, Geoff Shaw, Dee Cunniffe, and John J. Hill. The team behind God Country and Redneck reunite for this new series being published by Image Comics and out in November.
What if a comic book summer event generated so much energy, broke down so many barriers, and upended so many expectations that the sheer critical mass of the moment blew open a portal into our world? Imagine if everything you thought was fantasy…was real. Now join us on an epic quest through a world where reality is dead… and anything is possible…
Nickelodeon and CBS Television Studios have officially revealed the title and logo for its all-new animated series Star Trek: Prodigy, which follows a group of lawless teens who discover a derelict Starfleet ship and use it to search for adventure, meaning and salvation. The series is developed by Emmy Award winners Kevin and Dan Hageman (“Trollhunters” and “Ninjago”) and overseen for Nickelodeon by Ramsey Naito, EVP, Animation Production and Development, Nickelodeon.
The CG-animated series, which expands the “Star Trek” Universe, will debut exclusively on Nickelodeon in 2021 for a new generation of fans. The title and logo were revealed during the “Star Trek” Universe panel at Comic-Con@Home.
The series will be from CBS’ Eye Animation Productions, CBS Television Studios’ new animation arm; Secret Hideout; and Roddenberry Entertainment. Alex Kurtzman, Heather Kadin, Katie Krentz, Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth will serve as executive producers alongside Kevin and Dan Hageman. Aaron Baiers will serve as a co-executive producer.
During Comic-Con@Home, Image Comics announced Crossover, a new series from Donny Cates, Geoff Shaw, Dee Cunniffe, and John J. Hill.
During the panel, Cates described the series as “Avengers: Endgame, but as Cloverfield.” The concept for the comic began in 2017 as an “anti-event event” told from the perspective of an average person.
The series is about a comic company line-wide event getting out of control and opening a portal into the real world.
Check out the panel below as well as the cover for the first issue.