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If you were trying to access the site through a mobile device lately you may have been in for a surprise. We are currentely working on it, and it will be up and running (as soon as Team Canada wins the Good Ol' Hockey gamme, and Thinkey can get a...something sleep)
Joking aside, be assured that the content of the site right now is in no trouble. We've removed the comments section, and the forum latest post section during upgrades. The actual mobile problem will be resolved as we go through the site's files to eliminate the infected files. Sections will be restored to normal progresively.
Your computer is not in any risk, as long as you don't go happily clicking on the porn banners - at that point we can't gurantee what's on the other end.
The best is to use the web version for now - we've tried disabling it, however it takes further work we can't do right now... As Canada is about to go for Gold.
Yes, I'm a HUGE hockey fan, Sydney Crosby fan (he's near family to me...seriously - my cousin's husband's sister is Sid's aunt...there's a Kevin Bacon joke here someplace, but after XFN, what isn't? ) and I wait every 4 years for this game. In other words: Bare with the newfie webmaster until the hockey yayas are gone.
Hang in there, the mobile site will fix itself in the next 48 hours.
- Holly Simon
Frank Spotnitz, Gillian Anderson, and David Duchovny have all done it, but now it's Chris Carter's turn. As part of the promotion for his new pilot The After, Chris will be participating in an upcoming AMA on Reddit.
Wondering about that creepy tattooed thing at the end of The After? Have a question that's been bugging you for a a decade about Scully's thought process from that one scene? Now is your time to ask, Philes. Because you never know where the ever-elusive Chris Carter will turn up next.
In my previous review of this series, I made the observation that these comics are the equivalent of watching The Lone Gunmen show. This latest edition convinced me even more; its comedic timing reminds me of some of the funniest episodes of the short-lived series.
For those that have been following the Season 10 comics, you’ll appreciate the familiar strokes of Michael Walsh, ink by Adam Gorham and colors by Jordie Bellaire. The X-Files: Conspiracy - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was written by Ed Brisson and edited by Bobby Curnow and Denton Tipton. Covers by Miran Kim, Michael Walsh, and Brian Corroney and Brian Miller.
My review follows after the jump. Beware of Spoilers.
Again we sit down with one of the talented artists participating in Dana Scully's 50th Birthday celebrations. We at XFN have come together with heART and X-Philanthropy to interview the people behind some of your favorite works of fan-art. Today, we spend a little time with Ivee Corday.
Round two of the overall drive featuring heART's artwork is going on now and can be found here. Round three of the auctions featuring Ivee's work begins February 26th with a fourth round coming right after. Click here to view the items up for sale.
Take the jump to read our interview with Ivee Corday.