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Comics Corner: Harrow County #23, The X-Files #13 Part 2, Ghostbusters: Funko Universe, Cannibal #5

In this week's Comics Corner, we start things off with a slithery cover of Harrow County #23. Also: two covers for The X-Files #13 Part 2, "Skinner", Ghostbusters Funko Universe, A.D. After Death: Book 3, Dragon Age Knight Errant #1, plus six preview pages, Shadows on the Grave #4 sneak peek, and Cannibal #5. Flashbacks this week include Afterlife with Archie Vol.1, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Vol.1, and Jughead the Hunger one-shot.

A Look at Harrow County #23: "The death of one of Harrow County’s most powerful magical forces leaves a void in Mason Hollow. Bernice is forced to choose between her oldest friend and her own future when she’s offered powers beyond her wildest dreams . . . and the chance to save her home from destruction!

* Featuring special backup stories exclusive to the single issues!

“One of the books I forward to every month, Harrow County delivers another quality issue.”—Comics The Gathering


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8 Horror Movie-to-tv Series Adaptations That Didn't Quite Work Out

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8 Horror Movie-to-tv Series Adaptations That Didn't Quite Work Out
With shows like The Walking Dead and American Horror Story scooping up high ratings and accolades like they’re going out of style, there’s no doubt that horror is dominating TV right now. It’s even becoming a big time trend to turn popular horror movies into their own series’, with spin-offs of Psycho and Silence of the Lambs already moving into their second seasons and others based on The Shining, Scream, The Exorcist and From Dusk Till Dawn currently in the works.

That said, the road to success hasn’t always been an easy one, when it comes to TV adaptations of beloved horror flicks. Over the years we’ve seen many of them come and go, either failing to catch on with audiences the way shows like Bates Motel and Hannibal have or even failing to ever find their way in front of the cameras.

Today, we
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Bruckheimer rises Down Under

Jerry Bruckheimer is headed to the land Down Under as Australia's Nine network looks for slots in its schedule for at least two of the producer's new season dramas, Closer to Home and E-Ring, it emerged Tuesday at the Los Angeles Screenings. Acquisition executives from Nine, which has an output deal with Warner Bros. International Television, said the two Bruckheimer dramas are among the best new shows they have seen at the Screenings so far. Nine president of programming and acquisitions Andrea Keir said the network will be looking to schedule both shows following screenings at Warner Bros. She added that she also liked several other Warner Bros. programs being shown to foreign TV buyers at the Screenings, including Supernatural. The hourlong drama is about brothers searching for their missing father and encountering supernatural forces on their quest.

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