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Crosswind: Syfy Developing Image Comic From Gail Simone, Cat Staggs

Looks like Syfy is venturing into the body-swapping business, as the cable network announced plans to develop Image Comics’ creator-owned comic book Crosswind as a television series. Written by Gail Simone (Birds of Prey, Clean Room) with art by Cat Staggs (Supergirl, Smallville), the comic book is being shepherded to the small screen by Vanessa […]


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Syfy Pulls The Plug On Dark Matter After Three Seasons

Syfy has pulled the plug on Dark Matter after three seasons. Last weeks airing of the third season finale will now be the series finale. Dark Matter followed an intergalactic crew that awakens on a derelict spaceship with no memories of who they are or why they are there. The series starred: Marc Bendavid, Melissa O’Neil, […]

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Distant Grumbles At The ‘Dark Matter’ Sweetheart Deal From DC Comics

There are disgruntled voices amongst the freelance community at DC Comics regarding the announcements that all the Dark Matter titles will have levels of creator ownership and creator participance. And many grumble that it’s one rule for them, and another for the rest. I hear the “what about the workers” lament from those who look up […]

DC Creators Will Have Ownership Or Equity Positions In Dark Matter Books

It looks like DC’s creators will have a little extra incentive to make sure people want to read their Dark Matter books. DC Co-Publishers Dan DiDio and Jim Lee bravely spoke with comics industry website and insomnia cure ICv2, despite witnessing what happened when Marvel’s top executives did that earlier this year. In the course of […]

‘Dark Matter’ Cast Talks The Importance Of Going Back To “True Sci-Fi”

Bleeding Cool reporter Michael Rupert writes: The Dark Matter panel consisted of Melissa O’Neil (Two), Anthony Lemke (Three), Alex Mallari (Four) and Joelle Ferland (Five) and the show’s executive producer Jay Firestone. The panel’s moderator was Aaron Sayers from Syfy Wire. Sayers opened the night by asking what Firestone attributes the popularity of the show to. […]

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From SDCC: DC Dark Matter: No Variants, But Trifold Covers?

Yesterday at San Diego Comic-Con, during DC’s Meet The Publishers Panel, DC co-publishers Jim Lee and Dan Didio made it clear that all Dark Matter titles will not only hold the line at $2.99, but that there will be no variant covers, either. Variant covers have long been considered a staple of comic book publishing, as […]

Dark Nights: Metal and Dark Matter Panel Talks Dark Multiverse Dangers

Bleeding Cool reporter Joe Glass writes: The panel to look at DC’s impending mega event, Dark Nights: Metal, and beyond at the Dark Matter line of titles, shapes up at SDCC 2017. With Metal’s creators Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, alongside Dark Matter contributors Steve Orlando, Philip Tan, James Tynion IV, Robert Venditti and more […]

Brimstone Joins DC’s ‘Dark Matter’ By Justin Jordan And Philip Tan

Two more titles have been announced for DC’s Dark Matter lineup at the DC Metal panel at San Diego Comic Con. We just told you about The Terrifics, by Jeff Lemire and Ivan Reis, giving us the closest thing we’re likely to get to a Fantastic Four comic for the foreseeable future. Joining that book […]

DiDio, Lee Joke and Discuss The Future Of DC At SDCC Panel

From Bleeding Cool reporter Nick Kazden: DC Comics has been having a great couple of months with the success of Rebirth and the excitement building around the upcoming Metal event series. Dan DiDio and Jim Lee, co-publishers of DC, had a lively conversation with the audience that touched on everything from Batman/Elmer Fudd to a […]


Tom King Teases ‘Dark Matter’ From DC Comics For December 2017

As posted by naughty, naughty Tom King from San Diego Comic-Con, A look ahead at what DC Comics has planned for the Dark Matter-verse towards the end of the year. While Geoff Johns has Superman fighting Dr. Manhattan, this is where DiDio’s Boys will be diving into… This would seem to imply that Plastic Man and […]

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New Duke Thomas Comic Signalled For SDCC

Warning all, but this article will contain spoilers for Dark Days: The Casting and the DC character Duke Thomas. Well, this is really Scott Snyder‘s time at the moment. With the release of Dark Days: The Casting, which reveals a great deal about the shape of upcoming Metal and Dark Matter afterwards, naturally everyone is […]


Dark Days: The Casting

Dark Days: The Casting #1 Review – Seeing The Shape Of Metal

Dark Days: The Casting is the second comic prelude to DC’s enlarging event, Metal. And while I am sure there are still surprises yet to come, Dark Days: The Casting may in fact be an incredibly apt name – because we can finally get a real sense of the shape of how this event effects […]

SDCC 2017: SyFy Sets ‘Galactica’ Reunion, Live Comic-Con Recaps

With only a little over two weeks to go before Comic-Con International descends upon the San Diego Convention Center (SDCC 2017), Syfy is planting its programming flag loudly and proudly at the mecca of pop culture with over 15 panels and events schedule over the course of the four days. SyFy won’t just be bringing […]

Dark Days: The Forge Review- Mysteries I Didn’t Want Or Need Or Care About

Marvel’s big thing is throwing big-universe changing events on a yearly basis implying vast universal changes but often do not change everything in the way they actually end up changing things with their corporate initiatives that are afraid to maintain a status quo for more than a year that lead to run-on sentences like this. […]

Dark Matter Returns And It’s Time For War

Syfy has released a trailer for the third season of Dark Matter that kicks off this weekend. In Dark Matter, the crew of a derelict spaceship is awakened from stasis with no memories of who they are or how they got on board. Facing threats at every turn, they have to work together to try to […]


Will Warner Bros Sue Universal Over Dark Universe Branding? And Do They Have A Case?

Last week, we learned the name of Universal’s Marvel-style cinematic universe featuring its classic movie monster characters: Dark Universe, featuring the following lineup: Johnny Depp as the Invisible Man, Javier Bardem as Frankenstein’s Monster, Tom Cruise as Nick Morton, Sofia Boutella as The Mummy, and Russell Crowe as Dr. Henry Jekyll. It’s also been rumored that the studio wants Dwayne […]