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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.

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Count Crowley Comic Series Review

When I was a kid, I loved creature features. Whether it was Elvira, USA’s Up All Night, or something a little more local, these shows had me transfixed. So the set-up for David Dastmalchian’s Count […]

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The Witcher Returning for Comic Miniseries

Toss a coin to your local bookstore, because something Witcher this way comes. The story, which you either love, hate, or think should include like, way more nudity, is returning to its printed roots. Dark […]

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The Orville Comic from Dark Horse Debuts in July

The Orville comic from Dark Horse will serve as connective tissue between the first and second seasons of the hit sci-fi show.

June 25, 2019