Dark Horse Comics is making it easy for you to decide which of its many new series you might like to collect.
Dark Horse Number Ones is an omnibus of first issues of eight new series ranging from superhero to space opera (Gerard Way’s unique The Umbrella Academy and Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston’s Black Hammer to Kurtis Wiebe and Mindy Lee’s Bounty).
Dark Horse Number Ones will be in stores on March 29th, 2017 for a ridiculously low $5.99 (U.S.). For details on all eight titles included, follow the jump.
When Grimm returns for its sixth season, it will be the beginning of the end – hopefully one with a ‘happily ever after’ in it.
NBC has announced that the show’s sixth season will be be its last.
Grimm will finish its run dealing with the global threat of the Wesen Black Claw movement. The final season will premiere on Friday, January 6th, 2017 (8/7C) ‘with the battle fans have been waiting for – Nick vs, Captain Renard.’ Follow the jump for more.
What if the student who surpasses the master is his daughter?
That’s one of the questions tackled in the animated film Miss Hokusai, the new film from director Keiichi Hara, the story of a famous painter whose daughter, O-Ei, is the real talent behind his success.
Miss Hokusai opens in select theaters on October 14th. Its first trailer follows the break.
Academy of Country Music is introducing a new award at its 10th Annual ACM Honors evening: the ACM Merle Haggard Spirit Award, which will be presented to Miranda Lambert.
The 10th Annual ACM Honors makes its television debut this year. The ceremony will be held on on August 30th at Nashville’s historic Ryman Theater and televised on CBS on Friday, September 9th (9/8C). Follow the jump for details.
David Berry has joined the cast of Outlander for season three – in the role of Lord John William Grey, ‘a steadfast and honorable British subject, torn between a finely-honed sense of familial duty and a strong moral compass of right and wrong.
Season three of Outlander will based on Diana Gabaldon’s novel, Voyager. For more on David Berry, Lord William Grey and Voyager, follow the jump.