The X-Files gave us some of the greatest, most memorable villains in TV history. It also gave us some real doozies. Martian face ghosts, teenage vampires, and aliigators, – some of the villains Mulder and Scully investigated were more farcical than frightening. Read after the jump for our top ten least scary antagonists.
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When we last left Mulder and Scully they were facing an ultimatum: which one of them would die first? Read after the jump for our recap of “Home of The Brave” Part two: “A Question of Ownership”.
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In this week’s issue of The X-Files by Topps, first published in May 1996, Mulder and Scully are captured by anti-government survivalists in their forest compound and discover that the owls are not what they seem. Read after the jump to find out how our favorite FBI agents get on in part one of “Home of The Brave.
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We join Mulder and Scully as they investigate the frightening world of the high school reunion, thankfully this time without any flying cows. Read after the jump four our recap of The X-Files Annual 2015.
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He’s everyone’s favorite boss, yet over the years Assistant Director Walter Skinner has been poisoned, blackmailed, framed for murder, and shot. Not even all that has stopped him however, and he’s still going strong to this day helping Mulder and Scully whenever he can. Read after the jump to discover our top ten Skinner moments.
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In this week’s issue of The X-Files comic the series goes back to its roots with a classic one-shot involving aliens, unhelpful local law enforcement, Mulder in peril, and an angry Scully. Find out all about “Falling” after the jump.
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For something a little different this Friday, we’ve found some fanart turned into a fanvid. The process is facinating to watch and the end result is spectacular. Head on over to Youtube and show ZuhaLoveMusic some love for her amazing creation.
Happy Fanvid Friday!
After spending the last few issues handling multi-part story arcs and grand conspiracies it’s refreshing to this week return to a single issue Monster of The Week story with “One Player Only” in which Mulder and Scully confront a “killer computer program”. Find out more after the jump.
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After last month’s single issue story we’re back with a multi-parter: “Silent Cities of the Mind” which, incidentally, may have the best title of the series so far. Read after the jump to find out what happens when our favourite agents take a nice trip to the Alaskan wilderness.
Title: Silent Cities of The Mind Part One
Writer: Stefan Petrucha
Illustrator: Charles Adlard
Published: August 1995
Currently Available: X-Files Classics Volume 1
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Over the years The X-Files has given millions of viewers nightmares and made us all look twice at dolls, porta-potties, and air vents. The show’s creepy atmosphere was enhanced by the amazing work of composer Mark Snow, however there were a select number of times when the show diverged from Snow’s compositions and used outside music, frequently juxtaposing happy chart friendly hits with deeply disturbing scenes. Read after the jump for our Top 10 songs you’ll never be able to hear again in quite the same way after they appeared on the show.
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