Next in DC’s Snagglepuss and Flintstones Comics: Political Persecution and Judging Humanity's Worth

Last year, the biggest surprise from DC Comics’ radically re-invented Hanna-Barbera comic book series was The Flintstones title written by Mark Russell. It was filled with prehistoric hipsters, existential dread, and dark philosophical undertones. Russell has even more messed-up stuff in store for Fred, Wilma, and...…

Margo and Eliot Have a Fairy-Sized Secret to Keep on the Next Season of The Magicians

The very last shot of last season’s The Magicians showed the fairies arriving to Fillory in force to take over the kingdom. It looked like war was on the horizon. But it turns out, it’s more like a silent coup, as our favorite stylish monarchs will have to play a clever game of “fairies totally aren’t telling us what…

If Philip K. Dick's Electric Dreams Goes on for Years, We Could See the Same Story Adapted Over Again

Amazon already has a Philip K. Dick show in its adaptation of Man in the High Castle, which is headed into its third season. But Amazon also has an anthology series based on Dick’s work coming up, called Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams. And the executive producers feel like they could adapt the same story more than…

The New Once Upon a Time Is Surprisingly Good... When Its Own Legacy Isn't Holding it Back

I’ll admit, I went into the New York Comic Con premiere of Once Upon a Time’s seventh season hoping for little and expecting even less. But much to my surprise, the new story is good. It’s dynamic and interesting, with actors who are giving their all to a different twist on a familiar tale. The only problem is that…

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