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The X-Files: Season 10 #1 - Believers, Part 1 (of 5) Review

There have been X-Files comics in the past but this one will make you believe the characters can live on beyond the television show.

The Good It wasn't until I heard the announcement of this series that I realized how much I missed the series. With Joe Harris joined by Chris Carter, the show's creator, you know it will be true to the feel of the show. The show dealt with FBI Agent Fox Mulder and his quest to find the answers to the unknown and paranormal field. He believed his sister was abducted when they were young. His crusade resulted with him in charge of the X-Files in the basement of the FBI building. He investigated the strange and paranormal cases. Dana Scully was brought on to try to debunk the cases. Things pro ... [Continua a leggere]

Review: THE X-FILES: SEASON 10 #1

Written by Joe Harris and Chris Carter
Art by Michael Walsh
Release Date: June 19, 2013

It’s natural to approach a new X-Filescomic with questions, and after reading the first issue of “Season 10,” there are some I can help with and some that I can’t. Would a “Season 10″ pick up where season 9 left off, or maybe the 2008 film? (Has it really been that long since “I Want To Believe” was released? And, in retrospect, doesn’t that really sound like the title of a Journey song?) Will the series focus on Mulder and Scully, or Doggett and Reyes? (Yeah, right.) Will the focus be on the extended, interconnected “mythology” ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files Season 10: Trust No One (Except Joe Harris)

“Previously on The X-Files… For years, FBI agent Fox Mulder and Dana Scully toiled in the X-Files Unit, a one-office division of the Bureau dealing with cases deemed unsolvable and related to unexplained phenomena. During their investigations, Mulder, the “believer,” and Scully, the “skeptic,” delved into the occult, religion, urban legends, conspiracy theories, UFOs, alien abductions, and genetic engineering. Eventually, both agents left the FBI and began a new life together in peaceful anonymity, which endured until today…” It’s bee ... [Continua a leggere]

The X Files, nella decima stagione (versione fumetto) si parlerà della cospirazione aliena

Lo sapevate che The X Files avrà una decima stagione in versione fumetto? Come già Buffy e Smallville, anche la celebre serie della FOX con protagonisti gli agenti dell’FBI Mulder e Scully proseguirà la sua narrazione su carta, e contrariamente a quanto fatto nei film e nei fumetti precedenti, verrà ripresa una delle tematiche forti dello show, ossia le bugie del governo americano sull’esistenza degli alieni. La notizia di un ritorno di X Files in versione fumetto ha cominciato a circolare ad aprile, quando IDW Publishing, colosso americano nel settore ... [Continua a leggere]

Ready To Believe Again? ‘X-Files’ Is Back – With Exclusive Art Read more: Ready To Believe Again? ‘X-Files’ Is Back – With Exclusive Art

The truth is out there? Ha!

For “X-Files” fans, it seemed like some of the show’s greatest mysteries would remain unsolved. Like whatever happened to that alien colonization plan? Did they just give up? Is Scully’s baby going to save the world? And did no one else really notice that giant spaceship taking off from Antarctica? The series finale, in 2002, was a little vague. And the second movie, “The X-Files: I Want to Believe,” didn’t deal with the show’s mythology at all. Dammit — the cornfields, the bees, the oil. Will the Smoking Man ever get a novel published? ... [Continua a leggere]

Joe & Michael Want To Believe In The X-Files

Joe Harris and Michael Walsh were tapped to be the creative team for IDW's The X-Files Season 10. It is a gig they are taking very seriously. The legions of fans who "believe" are watching, and both men take that responsibility seriously. In this PREVIEWSworld exclusive interview, Joe Harris and Michael Walsh lay out their approach to working with Chris Carter's legacy, and where they think it will take them.

PREVIEWSworld: The X-Files Season 10 #1 kicks off an ongoing series that picks up where the TV show left off. How much of the previous 9 seasons were you both familiar with, or did it involve all-night Roku-streaming or DVD-watching marathons to get up to speed? Did you approach doing this series first as fans, or as creators? Joe Harris: I'm a huge fan of the original series and watched just about every episode during the first run. Many lonely teenage Friday nights during those early seasons for me.  Once IDW reached out to me about potentially taking on this series, though, I did ... [Continua a leggere]

[Interview] Joe Harris On ‘X-Files’ Season 10

Special Agents Mulder and Scully are finally back this week as IDW Publishing launches the first issue of “X-Files” Season 10 from writer Joe Harris and artist Michael Walsh. The “X-Files” is one of the most beloved sci-fi TV series of all time, so you can imagine the pressure hanging over Harris and Walsh right now, but rest assured these two are just as big of fans as anyone else. I spoke to series writer Joe Harris about some of their plans for Season 10, working with Chris Carter, and the plans for a new season after a decade off air. Bloody-disgusting: Fans have ... [Continua a leggere]

Preview: The X-Files Season 10 #1

Story byJoe Harris, Chris CarterArt byMichael WalshColors byJordie BellaireLetters byRobbie RobbinsCover byCarlos ValenzuelaPublisherIDWCover Price:$3.99Release DateWed, June 19th, 2013   For years they investigated the paranormal, pursued the “monsters of the week,” and sought the truth behind extraterrestrial activity, along with the grand conspiracy surrounding it rooted deep within their own government. But when AGENTS MULDER and SCULLY reunite for a new, ongoing series that ushers THE X-FILES into a new era of technological paranoia, multinational concerns and otherworl ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson: The Fall girl who never bowed to Hollywood demands

Given her big break in The X-Files despite studio objections, Gillian Anderson has enjoyed a slow-burning career with her latest BBC role paving the way for more television success

Steely, but with an underlying softness. A woman to make men weak, but also a feminist who values female company. Engaging, but ultimately a little cool and enigmatic. All could apply equally to Gillian Anderson or DSI Stella Gibson, the detective she plays in the BBC2 drama The Fall. If they're a good fit for each other, it's no coincidence. Allan Cubitt, the creator of the series, started writing the screenplay in 2010 with Anderson in mind, long before she had been approached. "I just thought she was the best person to play the part as I had conceived it," he says. He sent her the first ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files 20th Anniversary Blogging: ''F. Emasculata'' (April 28, 1995)

If I were compiling my top ten list of X-Files episodes, the second season installment “F. Emasculata” would definitely make the cut. Not coincidentally, it would also take the number one slot for “most disgusting episode” of the long-lived sci-fi/horror series. In this episode, Mulder and Scully battle a deadly, incredibly contagious disease, and most not only stop its transmission, but make some tough choices about how much information the public has a right to know in times of an emergency. What makes this episode by Chris Carter and Howard Gordon such a visceral, ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson X-Files Empire Podcast Special

Find out more about 'The Curse Of The Buxom Strumpet'

Gillian Anderson has been appearing on our TV screens rather a lot of late, turning up in NBC's Hannibal and another serial killer series, The Fall, here in the UK. In the Empire Podcast studio to talk about both those shows - as well as a little phenomenon some like to call "The X-Files" - Anderson is frank, funny and slightly forgetful in our hour-long special as she talks about her pub quiz adventures with Simon Pegg, an upcoming project known as 'The Curse Of The Buxom Strumpet' and what X-memorabilia she stole back in the day... ... [Continua a leggere]

The X-Files 20th Anniversary Blogging: ''Colony'' / ''End Game'' (February 10 and 17, 1995)

An action-rich and suspenseful mythology story, the second season double-header of “Colony”/”End Game” suggests the inherent and indisputable movie potential of the X-Files franchise. Even today, twenty years later, one can screen these two episodes back-to-back and get caught up in the visual and emotional arcs of the Chris Carter/Frank Spotnitz tale Interestingly, I often encounter folks who claim not to like the The X-Files Mytharc stories, and complain that such tales are too complicated, or just too difficult to follow. That argument isn’t exactly air tight ... [Continua a leggere]

The Fall, Hannibal, terzo film di X Files: intervista a Gillian Anderson

Non si fermano le interviste a Gillian Anderson, l’attrice è la star di The Fall - recentemente rinnovato da BBC2 -, guest star di Hannibal e sarà tra i protagonisti della nuova serie Crisis su NBC; Collider ne approfitta per fare il punto sui tanti progetti – incluse le speranze dell’ex agente Scully su un terzo film di X Files. Partiamo da The Fall, Gillian Anderson ribadisce che il suo interesse per la serie è dovuto alla ‘libertà’ concessale dai produttori (l’attrice ha tre figli e vuole stare con loro il più possibil ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan

Broadchurch, who? The Fall is our new TV obsession. Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan’s police officer/serial killer dynamic is the most thrilling thing on screens this summer. We’re hooked.

Gillian Anderson is a great actress. She must be, because there is absolutely no way she could possibly be as calm and collected as she appears to be, while being picked up and swung around by a man so incredibly handsome, it is almost absurd. If she is having the same teenage palpitations as the rest of the Red photoshoot crew in her co-star Jamie Dornan’s presence, then for God’s sake, someone give this woman an Oscar because, honestly, you would never know. It is late on a Monday afternoon, and Anderson (who needs no introduction to anyone who owned a television in the 1990s) ... [Continua a leggere]

Gillian Anderson Talks THE FALL, Her Attraction to the Characters, HANNIBAL, CRISIS, Her Desire for Another X-FILES Movie, and More

Featuring a truly terrific performance from Emmy award-winner Gillian Anderson, The Fall is a gripping, intelligent and highly addictive psychological thriller (I watched all five hours in one sitting because it’s so engrossing) that forensically examines the lives of two hunters, one of whom is a serial killer (played by Once Upon A Time star Jamie Dornan) that stalks his victims at random, and the other is a high-powered detective superintendent brought in to catch him.  It is a high-stakes cat-and-mouse game with twists and turns that unfold until the very end. During this recen ... [Continua a leggere]



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