Category Archives: New York Comic Con

Interview: Lore’s Holland Roden & BP Jenkins

Lore is a new series on Amazon Prime based on the popular podcast of the same name. The anthology, in its 6-episode first season, tells the “true” stories of some common myths and legends and other paranormal topics that can’t be easily explained. Each episode brings in a different cast and blends animation, voice-over narration (like the blog) and live action ... Read More »

Interview: Lore’s Robert Patrick

Lore is a new series on Amazon Prime based on the popular podcast of the same name. The anthology, in its 6-episode first season, tells the “true” stories of some common myths and legends and other paranormal topics that can’t be easily explained. Each episode brings in a different cast and blends animation, voice-over narration (like the blog) and live action ... Read More »

Interview: Lore’s Kristin Bauer

Lore is a new series on Amazon Prime based on the popular podcast of the same name. The anthology, in its 6-episode first season, tells the “true” stories of some common myths and legends and other paranormal topics that can’t be easily explained. Each episode brings in a different cast and blends animation, voice-over narration (like the blog) and live action ... Read More »

Interview: Lore’s creator Aaron Mahnke

Lore is a new series on Amazon Prime based on the popular podcast of the same name. The anthology, in its 6-episode first season, tells the “true” stories of some common myths and legends and other paranormal topics that can’t be easily explained. Each episode brings in a different cast and blends animation, voice-over narration (like the blog) and live action ... Read More »

SHANNARA CHRONICLES: New York Comic Con Panel

Shannara fans, after a crazy long wait and a network jump, season 2 finally starts tomorrow! Just when it seemed like we couldn’t wait any longer, we were rewarded with a show panel at New York Comic Con this weekend. Attending were Austin Butler (Wil), Ivana Bacaro (Eretria), Manu Bennett (Allanon), Vanessa Morgan (Lyria) and showrunners Al Gough and Miles ... Read More »

Once Upon A Time: Season 7 preview

After 6 seasons, the showrunners of Once Upon a Time decided to shake things up – the story had gotten bigger than Storybrooke, Maine. So, season 7 moves across the country to Seattle (the show actually films in nearby Vancouver), 8-10 years after the events at the end of season 6. On Friday, October 6th, we got a sneek peek ... Read More »