One of the most surprising television hits of 2019 is the sci-fi space epic from Seth MacFarlane, best known for crude, animated comedies on the Fox Network. After the success of Family Guy, American Dad, and even The Cleveland Show, MacFarlane earned a new live-action dramedy set in deep space. With just 13 episodes per season, fans are left clamoring for more stories set in this derivative-but-unique universe. Soon, fans eager for more stories can read the Orville comic from Dark Horse when it debuts in July. The limited series will examine both the emotional relationships shared by the characters and the world of the series’ version of Klingons.
Umbrella Academy season 2 premiere date sees the entire cast recreating a season 1 dance scene in a fun and quirky lockdown video.
Just a few months ago, Mike Deodato Jr left Marvel Comics after a 20-year long career with them. His last work with them was Savage Avengers—and the series was great (still is). And his style […]
One side-effect of social distancing and the shutdown of almost all non-essential business is that even celebrities are yearning for contact. Thanks to social media, they still have a direct connection to their fans. For […]