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Glen Morgan is the writer and executive producer on a new eight episode series. Based on Michael Marshall Smith's novel, The Intruders has been greenlit by BBC America and is set to start production in the spring of 2014. The thriller is about a secret society devoted to pursuing immortality by seeking refuge in the bodies of others.
"Glen Morgan has delivered a brilliant script, and we're thrilled to be working with Glen, Jane Tranter, Julie Gardner and our colleagues at BBC Worldwide Productions on this provocative new series," said BBC America general manager Perry Simon in the press release.
Glen Morgan, along with James Wong as his writing partner, was behind some of the most talked about X-Files episodes , with credits including: "Beyond the Sea", "Tooms", "One Breath", "Home", "The Field Where I Died" and "Never Again".
When the storyline for ''Believers'' started with the premiere issue of The X-Files: Season 10 comics, we knew that we were in for a wild ride. It’s daunting, really daunting, to approach a subject matter such as the mythology of The X-Files.
The fifth issue came out today and with it the last episode of this particular story arc, but instead of giving closure to situations and wrapping everything up in a tight, pretty green bow, Joe Harris and Chris Carter have opened more than half a dozen doors to situations that promise to keep us entertained for a long time to come, leaving us salivating for more.
Well played, Mr. Harris. Well played.
Click after the jump for the complete review.
We love it when they give us pretty things such as this one! In this week's EW - a special double issue - featuring many of our favorites, including this dazzling X-Files cover with David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson, as well as the Mystic Pizza reunion cover featuring Annabeth Gish, alongside Julia Roberts and Lily Taylor. A Frasier cover is also available.
Additionally, here's a sneak peek of the article's picture.
Featuring a gorgeous cover by Sam Shearon, and including Topps Comics, issues #10-19, you’ll be sure to enjoy this blast from the past with stories such as "Feelings of Unreality," "One Player Only," "Home of the Brave," "Night Lights," and more.
Available now, this is a must-have for any X-Phile’s collection. The collection is available in both digital and paperback editions.
Enjoy our preview and relive some fond 90s memories after the jump.
Get ready for tomorrow's release of the last part of the 'Believers' story line of the new X-Files comic series. We won't lie to you, we already read the whole thing... multiple times, so we can assure you that you will find this next issue to be quite a collection of thrills. Especially the ending, Oh.My.God ...the ending.
We will be giving you our full review, with insights of the first five issues tomorrow, but in the meantime this is what you can expect to find in this newest release:
In the previous issue, Mulder was on his way to rescue Scully from the claws of the Acolytes, when they're both ambushed in the woods and their lives are suddenly in terrible danger. The fifth issue of 'Believers' brings answers to a few questions, but in true X-Files fashion it also opens new ones, and sets the tone for what we believe will be a great ride in the following issues.
The X-Files: Season 10 - Believers - 5 out of 5 is a story by Chris Carter and Joe Harris, art by Michael Walsh, colors by Jordie Bellaire, letters by Tom B. Long and edited by Denton J. Tipton. This issue, executive produced also by Carter, has three different covers: the regular cover by Carlos Valenzuela, the RI cover by Joe Corroney and colored by Bryan Miller and the subscription cover.
Check with your local comic book retailer for availability or better yet, make sure to pre-order so that you don't miss any of these valuable X-Files collectibles. Preordering secures not only availability but also shows the support of the fans and ensures that IDW can bring you many more issues. You can also catch the release at ComiXology.
Download the preview HERE.