By: Cynthia Ayala
We all have those favorite shows that critics raved about and had action, suspense, the whole shebang. But for some reason, networks cancelled said shows due to “lack of ratings”, regardless of the fan base that was growing and growing. It happened with notable cult classic show Firefly, whose fan base garnered an amazing film, and it happened with Family Guy, whose fan base bought up those DVDs like candy forcing FOX to bring back the show.
Not all shows are that lucky though. Firefly also has a comic book series courtesy of Dark Horse comics, and other shows that have been cancelled that have comic book continuations include Charmed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, & Angel and Faith.
But there are other shows out there that deserve a comic book series to continue where the show unfortunately left off (on a cliffhanger of all things), due to network cancellation.
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By Eric Diaz Stand back, all you other bloodsuckers, the Vampire Lestat is back. Before Twilight, before True Blood, before The Vampire Diaries or Underworld or even Buffy the Vampire Slayer, author Anne Rice changed the way we think about vampires with her legendary series of novels collectively known as The Vampire Chronicles, starting in 1976 with the publication of Interview with the Vampire all … Continue reading Anne Rice Announces Return To The Vampire World In PRINCE LESTAT « Nerdist
The weekends can be very boring for some who are just to tired to go out. With work and school and all the things I busy myself with, my idea of a good time is simply going to the bookstore, picking up a book sitting in the café and reading. That’s me, it’s what I like to do in life, I like to read (if … Continue reading CW Network–Retro Weekends
By: Eric Eisenberg Joss Whedon has plenty of experience as a showrunner. During his years in television he brought worlds like Firefly, Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel to life, and even managed to the connect the arcs of the last two together. And now it looks like Whedon will have to take that same experience and talent to the big screen as he is … Continue reading Joss Whedon Signs Three Year Deal With Marvel Studios
Former soaps and Disney channel star Leven Rambin got a huge break when she was cast in The Hunger Games, and even though she was only onscreen for a few brief minutes as the vicious and beautiful Glimmer, a rising tide as big as The Hunger Games really does raise all boats. Rambin’s newest role won’t just be in another big, effects-heavy potential blockbuster, but … Continue reading Hunger Games Actress Joins Percy Jackson Sequel In Major Role