Preacher Just Did Something Even Ballsier Than Usual @ io9

AMC’s Preacher has never shied away from doing crazy shit. In this season alone we’ve seen the bowels of Hell, Hitler as a nice guy, and a casino headliner who kills himself every night. But last night’s episode, “Sokosha,” did something that feels even bolder: it sidelined the show’s bad guy.


Giants of the Fashion Industry Pay Tribute to The Incredibles' Edna Mode, Style Icon @ io9

When it comes to getting your hands on a signature superhero costume—one that people will remember you for—you’ve pretty much got three options. You can DIY it like a young Peter Parker, hire an emotionally-disturbed criminal to make you one like Daredevil, or you can request a meeting with Edna Mode.


Remembering when George A. Romero literally walked out on Hollywood @ Syfy Wire

It's been more than a week since the world lost George A. Romero, the legendary director of Night of the Living Dead and the father of modern zombie films. It seems appropriate that we're still talking about him, because while he's no longer with us, Romero will never truly die.

5 Alien First Contacts That Went Really Well... and 5 That Didn't @ io9

For eons, humankind has looked up to the sky and wondered if it was alone. While we still haven’t answered that question just yet, fiction has stepped in to show us what that moment of first contact might look like. Sometimes it has led to a golden age of human space exploration. Sometimes, it brings on death,…


Gucci's Star Trek-Themed Fashion Reveal Looks Better Than Star Trek: Discovery @ io9

You don’t see Gucci mentioned on io9 that often, given the Italian fashion house isn’t really into props or cosplay. But to help introduce its 2017 Fall and Winter fashion campaign, the brand created a short film inspired by the original Star Trek series. It’s wonderful, and we’d happily trade Star Trek: Discovery for…


Today's Best Deals: Sport-Brella XL, Wi-Fi Range Extender, Yoga Mat, and More @ io9

The Justice League Movie Is Currently Battling Henry Cavill's Mustache @ io9

Justice League has been working overtime in England on its reshoots, being helmed by Joss Whedon in the wake of Zach Snyder’s unfortunate exit from production. A new report details some of the trials and tribulations the film is having reuniting its league movie stars, but there’s one hairy detail in particular that…


The Great American Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017 (Part 2) @ Syfy Wire

[Yesterday, I posted part 1 of this article, describing what an eclipse is, how they happen, and where you have to go to see it. Read that first. But there’s still a lot to know! In today’s article, Part 2, I’ll talk about how to safely observe it, what science we can learn from eclipses, and then link to a lot of sites with more info.]

Star Trek: Discovery lead is actually Spock's adopted sister @ Syfy Wire

Turns out Star Trek: Discovery will have a much stronger connection to The Original Series than we ever imagined. Lead character Sonequa Martin-Green’s Commander Michael Burnham is part of the Spock family.

Director found for J.R.R. Tolken biopic @ Syfy Wire

The life story of the man who gave us Middle-earth just took one step closer to the screen.

Variety reports that a director has been found for a biopic on J.R.R. Tolkien, the author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, whose rich and complex tales of dwarves, elves and wizards changed the course of fantasy literature when they were published in the 1930s and 1940s.

Watch 300 Jedi Absolutely Slaughter 60,000 Medieval Soldiers @ io9

Thanks to all those Star Wars movies we know the Jedi can barely survive an attack from just a pair of evil Sith lords. But pit a small battalion of 300 lightsaber-wielding Jedi knights against a giant army of 60,000 medieval soldiers armed with only swords, and it’s not even a challenge.


Everything You Could Possibly Need to Know About Groot's Age in Avengers: Infinity War @ io9

Glass adds an American Horror Story alum. David Harbour teases a very strange opening to Stranger Things’ second season. Plus, tons of glorious new pictures from Thor: Ragnarok, and teases for an iconic monster’s arrival in Godzilla: King of the Monsters. Spoilers now!


Henry Cavill to get a digital shave for Justice League @ Syfy Wire

The ongoing reshoots for Justice League have caused problems for star Henry Cavill and, of all things, his facial hair.

Tucked away inside Variety's Monday (July 24) story about the extensive additional photography that has been underway for the DC superhero team-up -- under the supervision of Joss Whedon -- was an odd tidbit about Cavill and the havoc that the reshoots are playing with his face.

July 25 in Sci-Fi History: Iman & The X-Files @ Syfy Wire

She's fluent in five languages, she was married to David Bowie and she's one of the most beautiful creatures whoever walked the Earth.

On this day in 1955, Iman was born.

And she went head to head with Captain Kirk in Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991). Honestly, we sort of wanted more of her and less of Shatner in this scene, but:

Chosen One of the Day: The adult bookstore in Blast from the Past @ Syfy Wire

There is a power that should not be underestimated. It can bring a man to his knees. It can stop a heart. It could, though the jury is still out on this one, even kill a man. It has existed for eons and will likely outlive even humanity itself, our future alien overlords -- or the hyper-intelligent apes or AI that eventually take over the planet -- will adapt it for their own purposes.

New The Dark Tower promo hatches a dozen Stephen King easter eggs @ Syfy Wire

We already alerted you to the notion that director Nicolaj Arcel's The Dark Tower would have a full load of geeky references and connections to several Stephen King intellectual properties in its loose adaptation of the prophetic Dark Tower tales.

The DCEU could learn a lot from Batman: Mask of the Phantasm @ Syfy Wire

After ages and ages, the first of the Batman: The Animated Series films, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, is cleaned up and on Blu-ray. Which means, among many other things, that you don't have any excuse not to own it anymore.

Objects in Space 7/24: Tacos are tasty @ Syfy Wire

Happy Monday, cats and kittens! The weather may not be bright and sunny for all of us today, but it might as well be because we’re still riding the high that is Wynonna Earp getting renewed for a third season! Like many of you, we were waiting with bated breath for confirmation that our favorite gunslinger would be back, so it’s great to have that peace of mind as we head into a new week.

Hot Toys' Tactical Suit Batman figure is primed for Justice League action @ Syfy Wire

With every anticipated superhero sequel there comes the inevitable scrutinizing of the new generation of costumes our fictional heroes will be sporting next time they're emblazoned across the silver screen.

Nobody rocks a black suit better than the Dark Knight (sorry Black Panther) and the Caped Crusader is always on the cutting edge of cool crimefighting fashion, often incorporating variant versions of his outfit using the latest Teflon-woven fabrics and flexible, titanium armored accessories.

From 2001 to Guardians of the Galaxy, Mondo's Comic-Con Offerings Were Out of This World @ io9

Every year, I make it a point to stop by the Mondo booth at San Diego Comic-Con as often as possible. No one at the entire convention releases as much exciting, vibrant, and exclusive pop culture art over the course of four days—and 2017 was no exception.


Doctor Who Christmas special trailer – “Twice Upon A Time” @ Sci-Fi Storm

Yes, Pearl Mackie will return for the Christmas special…as does David Bradley, who played William Hartnell in the 50th anniversary docudrama An Adventure In Space And Time – except now he’s playing the first Doctor!

We Know When the Next James Bond Is Coming Out, But Literally Nothing Else About It [Updated] @ io9

Today, Eon Productions and MGM sent out a four-sentence press release announcing that the next James Bond movie will hit UK theaters on November 8th, 2019. That’s it. There was literally nothing else. That’s weird... but it’s also telling.


James Gunn on Groot's growth cycle and why he's still young in Infinity War @ Syfy Wire

One of the funniest surprises in James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 came during one of the multiple end credits scenes with a video game playing, snotty teen Groot brushing off Star-Lord's protestations about the junk and clutter in his bedroom.

Though I'm kinda sad we won't be seeing Baby Groot again, I'm anxious to see what hormonal stirrings and moody outbursts arise when the adolescent (not a teen) Groot is showcased in Avengers: Infinity War next year.

Hide under the covers for this freaky, new Annabelle: Creation clip @ Syfy Wire

It’s a fact universally acknowledged that children (and adults as well, I’m sure) hide under the covers when something scares them. If that something is as freaky as the evil doll Annabelle in Annabelle: Creation, it's hard to blame anyone for reaching for the blanket.

Which Characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Do You Think Are Secretly Skrulls? @ io9

When Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige announced that the Captain Marvel origin film is going to be set in the ‘90s and involve Carol Danvers fighting Skulls, we were surprised and left with a number of burning questions. Where was Carol during the Battle of New York or Ultron’s attack? Also, waiiaminute—did you say


This Real World 'Space Opera' Lets You Become the Hubble Telescope @ io9

It’s easy to feel small and insignificant in the grandiose scope of the universe, because we are. At the same time, as Carl Sagan once reminded us, we’re made of the same “star stuff” as the cosmos. All too often, we forget how random, ridiculous, and resplendent it is to part of the stellar sorority of the universe.…


Channing Tatum says Fox is 'rethinking' approach to Gambit film @ Syfy Wire

Remember when Channing Tatum playing Gambit in a film featuring the Cajun mutant was a hot topic? That was two years ago at San Diego Comic-Con.

Absolutely All of io9's Massive Coverage of San Diego Comic-Con 2017 in One Convenient Location @ io9

San Diego Comic-Con 2017 may be over, but io9's coverage lives on in our many, many posts, and we’ve collected them all here for you: movie and TV news and trailers, only-at-Comic-Con footage descriptions and experiences, amazing toys from the show floor, and so much more.


Lucifer brings hellfire and mayhem in Season 3 trailer @ Syfy Wire

The news of Smallville’s Tom Welling joining the cast of Lucifer wasn’t the only awesome thing coming out of this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. Fox has also released the first trailer for the show’s upcoming third season.

Game of Thrones Week 2 Power Rankings: Which Great House is best poised to win it all? @ Syfy Wire

Last week, I’m sure nobody was surprised that House Targaryen pulled down the coveted No. 1 spot in our weekly Game of Thrones Power Rankings, almost as though it’s already a foregone conclusion that Daenerys will claim what is rightfully hers: The Iron Throne. But this show has a habit of cutting the head off foregone conclusions.

2017 Endeavour Award Nominees @ Locus Online

Finalists for the 2017 Endeavour Award, given to a novel or single-author collection by a Pacific Northwest writer, were announced:

The 2017 judges are Ginjer Buchanan, John R. Douglas, and Andy Duncan. The winner will be announced and receive a $1,000 prize at Orycon39, to be held November 17-19, 2017 at the Red Lion Hotel in Portland OR.

2017 Seiun Awards Winners @ Locus Online

The 56th Japan Science Fiction Convention has announced the 2017 Seiun Awards winners (the Japanese equivalent to the Hugo Awards), honoring the best original and translated works published last year in Japan. The winners for translated works are:

Best Translated Novel

Best Translated Story

  • “Backward, Turn Backward”, James Tiptree, Jr., translated by Kazuko Onoda (Crown of Stars)
  • “Seventh Sight”, Greg Egan, translated by Makoto Yamagishi (Hayakawa Shobo 4/16)
  • “The Deathbird”, Harlan Ellison, translated by Ito Norio (The Deathbird and Other Stories)
  • “The Day the World Turned Upside Down”, Thomas Olde Heuvelt, translated by Jun Suzuki (Hayakawa Shobo 6/16)
  • “Simulacrum”, Ken Liu, translated by Yoshimichi Furusawa (Hayakawa Shobo 12/16)
  • “The Guiding Nose of Ulfant Banderoz”, Dan Simmons, translated by Sakai Akinobu (Hayakawa Shobo 8/16)

There are also winners in Japanese Novel, Japanese Story, Dramatic Presentation, Comics, Art, Non-Fiction, and “Free” categories. A complete list of nominees (in Japanese) is available at the Nihon SF Taikai website.

The awards will be presented at Donburacon, the 56th Japan SF convention, on August 26, 2017 in Shizuoka City, Japan.

Whedon's Justice League reshoots costing $25 million, adding ‘connective tissue’ @ Syfy Wire

Joss Whedon wasn’t able to make it to San Diego Comic-Con because he’s hard at work on reshoots for Justice League, and now we know a bit more about why it’s keeping him so busy.

2017 Eisner Awards @ Locus Online

The 2017 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards were announced at Comic-Con International in San Diego on July 21, 2017. Winners of SF/F interest include:

Best Short Story

Best Single Issue/One-Shot

Best Continuing Series

  • Saga, Brian K. Vaughan & Fiona Staples (Image)

Best Limited Series

  • The Vision, Tom King & Gabriel Walta (Marvel)

Best New Series

  • Black Hammer, Jeff Lemire & Dean Ormston (Dark Horse)

Best Publication for Kids (ages 9-12)

  • Ghosts, Raina Telgemeier (Scholastic)

Best Publication for Teens (ages 13-17)

  • The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Ryan North & Erica Henderson (Marvel)

Best Graphic Album—New

Best Graphic Album—Reprint

  • Demon, Jason Shiga (First Second)

Best U.S. Edition of International Material

Best Penciller/Inker

  • Fiona Staples, Saga (Image)

Best Painter/Multimedia Artist (interior art)

Best Cover Artist (for multiple covers)

  • Fiona Staples, Saga (Image)

Best Coloring

  • Matt Wilson, Cry Havoc, Paper Girls, The Wicked + The Divine (Image); Black Widow, The Mighty Thor, Star-Lord (Marvel)

Best Lettering

  • Todd Klein, Clean Room, Dark Night, Lucifer (Vertigo/DC); Black Hammer (Dark Horse)

Best Academic/Scholarly Work

Eisner Hall of Fame Inductees

  • Gilbert Hernandez
  • Jaime Hernandez
  • George Pérez
  • Walt Simonson
  • Jim Starlin

For more information, and the complete list of winners, see the Comic-Con website.

Stan Lee lends his voice to new superhero audio book project @ Syfy Wire

Having just had his hands and feet immortalized at TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood last week, Stan Lee is embarking on a new superhero project that will feature his distinctive voice on an upcoming Audible release.

Jeff Carlson (1969-2017) @ Locus Online

Science fiction writer Jeff Carlson, 47, died July 17, 2017 of an agressive lung cancer in Walnut Creek CA. Carlson’s published books include Plague Year (2007), Philip K. Dick Award finalist Plague War (2008), and Plague Zone (2009), and the Frozen Sky series. He also published short stories in several publications including Asimov’s, Fantastic Stories of the Imagination, and Strange Horizons and was a Writers of the Future winner.

Jeffrey Gustav Carlson was born July 20, 1969 in Mountain View CA. He attended college in Arizona, where he earned a B.A. in English Literature before returning to California. He is survived by his wife, Diana Gottfried, and their two sons.

Batman Has Given Kite Man One of the Most Heartbreaking Origin Stories in Comics History @ io9

Kite Man, a villain whose only ability is his proficiency with the huge kite he flies around with, has been one of the most consistently charming parts of Tom King’s run on Batman Rebirth. In this week’s issue, we finally learn the origins of his signature catchphrase and as is often the case in Gotham City, they’re…


NASA's Gene Kranz wants you to save Apollo-era mission control @ Syfy Wire

Houston, we have a problem: The mission control center that NASA used for the Apollo program—the U.S. mission to send Americans to the moon and back—is in disrepair. And NASA’s former flight director Gene Kranz wants you to save it with a Kickstarter.

According to the Kickstarter page, this national historic landmark needs $5 million. However, “the Webster Challenge to Restore Historic Mission Control” is asking us for $500,000. Here's why:

All the Awesome Cosplay We Spotted at San Diego Comic-Con, Day Four @ io9

It was the final day of San Diego Comic-Con, and the cosplayers went out in style. Day 4's round-up includes the uncanny Gru above, some giant Lego superheroes, a stunning Princess Mononoke, Optimus Prime in his formal wear, and much more (including, uh, Darth Trump was there, too). Check out io9's final San Diego…


M. Night Shyamalan's Glass adds American Horror Story alum to cast @ Syfy Wire

M. Night Shyamalan took to Twitter earlier today to announce that an American Horror Story alum had joined the cast of Glass.

Some Airlines Tell People Leaving Comic-Con They Can't Check Comics, Which Is Not True (UPDATED) @ io9

Twitter began to buzz this weekend when reports circulated that comic books were banned from checked luggage leaving San Diego, Cali., the site of Comic-Con. While it’s true those claims were made, the Transportation Security Administration vehemently denies that they’re correct.


Watch the SDCC trailer for Robot Chicken’s Walking Dead spoof @ Syfy Wire

The zombie apocalypse is coming to Adult Swim.

A Breakdown of All the Clues, '80s References, and Surprises in the Ready Player One Trailer @ io9

The debut trailer for Ready Player One came out during San Diego Comic-Con, and it gave Gunters and newbies alike a lot to look forward to. It’s full of footage that hints how Steven Spielberg’s adaptation will stay faithful to, and stray away from, Ernest Cline’s nerdy novel. We’ve broken it all down for you, and…


Your Favorite Childhood Lego Set Has Been Turned Into a Flying RC Toy @ io9

Kids and space ships go hand in hand, which is why so many of us fondly remember Lego set #1682, the Space Shuttle Launch, released 27 years ago. Last month Adam Woodworth created a tiny drone version of Lego’s shuttle that could fly indoors, but now he’s created a larger version that can soar through the sky like an…


Who Won the Week Episode 85: San Diego Comic-Con 2017 @ Syfy Wire

Welcome to the latest episode of Who Won the Week, a weekly podcast in which Syfy Wire staffers Adam Swiderski, Aaron Sagers and Dany Roth look back at the week that was and the stories that are blowing up the geek-o-sphere.

Here's Your First Chance to Buy Horizon Zero Dawn For $30 @ io9

Horizon Zero Dawn is an instant classic, and one of the best games you can buy for the PS4, so you shouldn’t hesitate to buy it for $30, an all-time low.


The Excellent Defenders Is Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts @ io9

It sounds like an insult to say that The Defenders is exactly what you thought it would be, but it isn’t. It’s a show that’s very aware of the expectations put upon it and the problems encountered by the other Marvel Netflix shows, and it knows how to best utilize its cast and its time. In other words, it’s great.


TV THIS WEEK: Midnight, Texas premieres, People of Earth returns, and more @ Syfy Wire

One of the quirkiest comedies of last seasons beams back onto the schedule this week, along with the premiere of a show trying really hard to fill the True Blood hole in the schedule.

Saying Farewell To Three Decades of Weird Sonic the Hedgehog Comics @ io9

Remember that time Sonic cried because changes to the timeline caused his children to never be born? He had previously been king of the planet, but in the new timeline, Shadow the Hedgehog was actually king and had married Sonic’s longtime love interest, Princess Sally (Sonic the Hedgehog #166)?


Geologists Have Encouraging News For Folks Hoping to Mine the Moon @ io9

Most people (wrongly) assume the moon is barren and boring. Sure, our satellite might be a little clingy, but it also has moonquakes, orange soil, and could be hiding abundant water resources. New research from satellite data offers more evidence that the Moon does indeed have water trapped in its mantle, which could…


Despite Promises, It Turns Out Harley Quinn Was Never Going to—and Will Never—Be on Gotham @ io9

Over the course of Gotham’s third season, producers and cast-members alike hyped up that this would be the year that Harley Quinn would make her way to the show’s loopy reimagining of a pre-Batman Gotham City. Then they promised she would specifically be in the season three finale. And then... she didn’t show up. And…


Captain Marvel film will feature the Kree-Skrull War @ Syfy Wire

We learned this weekend that Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel film would be set in the 1990s and feature the Skrulls as a main villain, but now we have a few more details. Turns out, we'll be getting a full-fledged intergalactic war against the Skrulls and the Kree to boot.

Scientific Journals Publish Bogus Paper About Midi-chlorians from Star Wars @ io9

Some scientific journals will publish literally anything for a price. That includes a meme-filled paper by “Lucas McGeorge” and “Annette Kin” referencing “midi-chlorians.” Yes, George Lucas’ attempt to explain feeling the Force with faux biology is now published “scientific research.”


Watching Lego Master Builders Make This Life-Sized Thor: Ragnarok Statue Is Absolutely Mesmerizing @ io9

The amount of technical and artistic skill that it’s taken to create nearly everything about Thor: Ragnarok from the movie itself to its gorgeous advertisements is almost unimaginable. The same goes for the life-sized Lego Thor that appeared at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.


Today's Best Deals: $80 Amazon Echoes, SmartWool Socks, CamelBak Sale, and More @ io9

The Great American Solar Eclipse of August 21, 2017 (Part 1) @ Syfy Wire


On Game of Thrones, Everyone's Coming Together but Everything's Falling Apart @ io9

It’s begun. I believe we’re going to look at last night’s episode, “Stormborn,” as the place where the final act of Game of Thrones truly started—where the ball was first set in motion, where the characters took their first true steps toward the conflict that will engulf all of Westeros. And for some of those players,…


The Captain Marvel Movie Will Include a Major Conflict From the Comics @ io9

Channing Tatum says Gambit is getting reworked. Arrow adds a Person of Interest star. The Flash casts one of its next big villains. And a fascinating fact about Thor: Ragnarok is revealed. Plus, behind the scenes on Rick and Morty’s Mad Max homage. Spoilers now!


Cherry pie will save your life on Part 11 of Twin Peaks: The Return @ Syfy Wire

This week on Twin Peaks, we glimpsed another world, learned a family connection, and had some damn fine cherry pie. Let's rock!


The short version: "There's fire where you are going."


Wow, there was a lot of plot to dig into this week. Often Twin Peaks can linger on strange individual stories and moments for what seems like almost too long, but this episode just moves. There's a lot to cover, so let's start with the biggest development.

Ranking the 40 trailers of San Diego Comic-Con 2017 @ Syfy Wire

If there's one thing San Diego Comic-Con has become, it's a virtual heaven for fans who want sneak peeks of their favorite TV shows and future favorite movies. With four days full of panels, press releases, and surprises, there was never a shortage of a couple minutes of glorious unseen footage ready to excite and entice.

So now, we do what should be pretty much impossible, and rank every single trailer that debuted during SDCC 2017. Is this insane? Yes, yes it is. But it should also be pretty darn fun. Let's begin.

Dig into the depths of a Factory Entertainment SDCC mystery box @ Syfy Wire

Everyone loves a good mystery, especially if that shrouded surprise involves a gold mine of geeky goodies at the annual cavalcade of pop-culture known as San Diego Comic-Con.

DC Comics writer Scott Snyder teases evil Batmans in Dark Knights: Metal @ Syfy Wire

When Scott Snyder got tapped to do the big summer event comic of 2017 for DC Comics, he "wanted to do something really different with this one." In Dark Knights: Metal, Snyder plays on the themes he's been setting up for years, since he first put pen to page for the stories of Batman and the DC Universe, and he's helping to make connections and explain mysteries that have existed since the DCU was born.

Watch: James Ninness on his new comic John Carpenter's Tales of Science Fiction: Vault @ Syfy Wire

James Ninness is no stranger to working in the world of horror master, John Carpenter. He previously worked on the Tales for Halloween Night books, but his new three-issue comic series John Carpenter's Tales of Science Fiction: Vault allows him to work in a slightly different genre.

In our San Diego Comic-Con interview below, Ninness says he drew inspiration for the series from a few familiar sources.

The Cosplay of SDCC 2017: Day 4 @ Syfy Wire

As we've seen day after day after day, San Diego Comic-Con cosplayers are some of the most gifted costumers around. But they truly saved the best for last.

Watch: Creator Wayne T. Young on new kind of apocalypse in Children of the Fall @ Syfy Wire

This isn't your grandma's apocalypse. In the brand new graphic novel Children of the Fall, coming from Arcana Comics this September, humanity has once again met their match. This time, though, they didn't come up against any supernatural forces.

Watch: Writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson previews Kong: Gods of Skull Island, Dark Crystal @ Syfy Wire

We're heading back to Skull Island this fall, thanks to BOOM! Studios and writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson. The one shot, Kong: Gods of Skull Island will hit shelves in October of this year, and it will be taking us back to the great ape's past.

At San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, Johnson sat down with SYFY WIRE, and told us that his new book, with art by Chad Lewis, will explore the mysteries of what came before the Kong we know and love.

Gerard Way on Young Animal/DCU Crossover and Umbrella Academy TV Series @ Syfy Wire

Gerard Way might be best known to the general public as the frontman for the band My Chemical Romance. But SYFY Wire readers are probably more familiar with his comic books than his music. And we got a chance to talk to Gerard Way at San Diego Comic-Con about those books.

Expect a book from George R.R. Martin in 2018 ... but it might not be The Winds of Winter @ Syfy Wire

George R.R. Martin has been working on his A Song of Ice and Fire series (known as the source material for HBO's Game of Thrones) since the early 1990s. Yesterday, he announced … he's still working on it.

But there is actual freakin news.

As he wrote on his blog:

“I am still months away (how many? good question), I still have good days and bad days, and that's all I care to say … I do think you will have a Westeros book from me in 2018 … and who knows, maybe two."

Let's Talk About Tonight's Very Satisfying Game of Thrones @ io9

San Diego Comic-Con may be over, but the night isn’t over, nor is the great game of thrones. Basically, in tonight’s episode, a lot of plans got put into motion and some important decisions were made, and then things went straight to hell. But why talk in generalities? Here’s your place to talk about everything that…


Watch: Mr. Mercedes cast and creator on bringing Stephen King's creation to life @ Syfy Wire

Adapting a popular book is a difficult task, but if there's one novelist whose work fits perfectly on the small screen, it's Stephen King. Another of King's series of novels is about to debut on the AT&T Audience Network on August 9th.

Series director Jack Bender - along with some of the cast - sat down with SYFY WIRE, to talk about how the creative team worked hard to maintain King's creative vision in their adaptation.

"As brilliant as David Kelley's adaptation is," said Bender. "we stuck to the architecture of the first book."

Revel in the joy of Black Panther cast's reaction to Hall H footage @ Syfy Wire

We may not have the exclusive footage of Black Panther that screened during the Marvel panel at SDCC, but we do have the cast's reaction to that video, along with the rest of Hall H's (if you missed the panel, you can read our recap here and get a look at the awesome new poster).

Watch: The producers of Stranger Things have raised the stakes for Season 2 @ Syfy Wire

Season 2 of Stranger Things will be released on October 27 and we're gearing up for more adventures with the young D&D buddies we never had. We spoke to the producers at San Diego Comic-Con, who told us how eager they are to return to the Upside Down.

Watch: Happy! cast and creators preview new SYFY series @ Syfy Wire

Things are about to get weird on SYFY next season. The network is set to premiere Happy!, a brand new show adapted from the popular graphic novel by legendary writer, Grant Morrison

BBC America drops a sneak peek clip at Dirk Gently Season 2 @ Syfy Wire

While at San Diego Comic-Con, BBC America dropped a sneak peek at their upcoming second season of Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency.

Based on novels by beloved author Douglas Adams, the eponymous Dirk Gently (Samuel Barnett) is a "holistic detective" investigating the murder of an eccentric millionaire. He teams up with the bellboy, Todd Brotzman (Elijah Wood), who found the body. Things get wacky from there.

The Last Ship Season 4 trailer debuts at Comic-Con @ Syfy Wire

The Last Ship is about to launch into its fourth season on TNT, and at San Diego Comic-Con this weekend, they showed off the trailer for the new season, which starts August 20th.

Hall H bids Peter Capaldi goodbye in the last panel of SDCC @ Syfy Wire

As San Diego Comic-Con wound down on Sunday, Doctor Who fans gathered in Hall H for an emotional panel that said goodbye to 12th Doctor Peter Capaldi, as well as outgoing showrunner Steven Moffat, Pearl Mackie, Michelle Gomez, and Matt Lucas. And still up in the air Mark Gatiss was there as well.

The panel covered heartfelt goodbyes for the 12th Doctor, and both hope and praise for the incoming 13th Doctor, Jodie Whittaker.

Watch: Cast of The Orville invites you to laugh at them at SDCC 2017 @ Syfy Wire

One of the coolest new shows of the fall is destined to be The Orville, Seth McFarlane's new live-action sci-fi comedy. Set 400 years in the future, The Orville refers to a mid-level exploratory spaceship run by a crew of both humans and aliens. In addition to dealing with the trials and tribulations of space, The Orville will also deal with "familiar, often humorous problems of everyday life."

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