When we last checked in on the live-action adaptation of Jim Starlin's totally whacked out '80s scifi comic Dreadstar, it had aspirations of being a movie. But now Universal has stepped in with aims of making a Dreadstar TV series. Anything that gets us the maximum amount of Dreadstar is okay by us.
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Huh. Jim Starlin's cult favorite comic Dreadstar, published back in the '80s under Marvel's creator-owned imprint Epic, is inexplicably — but happily! — coming to the big screen. We wen'te expecting this, but it's definitely good news.