Welcome to X-Files News!
It’s been a great year for fans of The X-Files and 2015 is shaping up to be an even better one. The Season 10 comics have been a smashing success and continue to roll on, Year Zero was fantastic and introduced us to two great new characters, the board game has finally been released, and now there are rumblings of an #XFilesRevival in the works.
Could a Phile ask for anything more? Well of course they could! We are a demanding bunch of fans, after all. And so in April, IDW Publishing plans to deliver what promises to be a great addition to any X-Files collection.
Now available for pre-sale, The X-Files: Trust No One is shaping up to be a must-read for Philes looking for their next Mulder and Scully fix. Volume one features authors such as Kevin J. Anderson, Tim Lebbon, and Brian Keene, and is the first of three volumes currently planned. The collected stories will take place before, during, and up until the beginning of the Season 10 storyline, keeping in canon with the television series.
Knowing that the truth was out there, we asked New York Times Bestseller, Bram Stoker Award-winner, and editor of The X-files: Trust no One, Jonathan Maberry, what he could tell us about the upcoming anthology. Justin Eisinger, Senior Editor for Books at IDW also jumped in to answer one of our questions.
Hit the jump for our Q&A with Jonathan Maberry.
The X-Files: Season 10 – “G-23" - Part 2 arrives in stores this week. It’s the final part of the trippy storyline that Joe Harris brought us in December.
If you haven’t read that one yet, I suggest you back away slowly, and fast as lightning go to your nearest comic book store. Then settle in with a steamy cup of whatever suits your fancy and let your mind wander… because you’re gonna need an open mind for this!
For our recap and review… you know what to do!
Next Tuesday sees the release of David Duchovny's debut novel Holy Cow. To celebrate, the lovely folks over at Headline have offered us three hardback copies signed by David himself to give away. Read after the jump to find out how to win one.
On the second episode of Scorpion this week, titled "Forget Me Nots" we delve into a very interesting case for the team. They have to save the world from a nuclear war while dealing with the continuing tensions between all the relationships and a revamped Agent Gallo.
For our recap and my gushing over how much I loved Robert Patrick's swagger... take the jump.