Issue #1 of IDW Publishing's The X-Files: Season 10 releases tomorrow! After months of waiting, it is finally here. So what can you expect when you open up those pages tomorrow? Well you can take a peek in the preview pages below. We think you'll enjoy it; we certainly did. 

The last time we saw Mulder and Scully, they were in the middle of a tropical ocean, as far away from the darkness as they could get. Well the darkness has returned. Picking up after I Want to Believe, we catch up with our two favorite heros just in time to see them dive into another dark conspiracy. What unravels in the first issue of the "Believers" arc touches on some very important history from The X-Files. After all, the mythology never reached its prophesied conclusion. 

What is this "deadly mystery" that writer Joe Harris spoke about? Who is after Mulder and Scully now? Well, in true X-Files fashion, the Truth is out there. However, we are very excited about what we've seen so far. The story line certainly feels like something from The X-Files

The issues introduced that this series will explore are really interesting. Remember some of those questions you pondered away at for hours on end or the massive conversations on message boards back in the day? Well, we may start to see some answers--but never all of them because after all, Chris Carter is lurking the shadows somewhere in typical Deep Throat fashion. 

There are also some great small details in this issue that harken back to the series and movies. Joe Harris and Michael Walsh show a depth of knowledge for the show that fans will truly appreciate. 

The "Believers" storyline stretches into five issues, and then we're off into other explorations of MOTW and Mytharc stories. We highly recommend picking up a copy of Issue #1; it will not disappoint. If you're not sure where to get one, this should help you find the best option.

We will bring you a full review tomorrow, as there is lots to discuss. It may not be clear where these comics will take us, but one thing is for certain: Mulder and Scully are back.

The X-Files: Season 10 hits stands tomorrow, June 19th. 

 

 

It was only this past January when IDW Publishing announced that it would be producing a new line of X-Files comics. It had been almost five years since the release of Wildstorm's seven-issue series in 2008 and three years since their collaboration with IDW to produce the 30 Days of Night crossover. With a new series of post-I Want to Believe comics, it was time for the return of Mulder and Scully.

Then March came around and news broke that Chris Carter himself would be taking part in the new series. He took on the role of executive producer--after all, he is the god of The X-Files universe.

Slowly but surely, cover artwork and synopses started coming out. We sat down with Cover Artist Carlos Valenzuela and got a look at some of his amazing artwork. And here we are, day of the release of The X-Files: Season 10.

After sitting down to read Issue #1, here's what we at XFN think.

(This contains is a synopsis, so if you haven't read the issue yet, you will be spoiled.)

IDW Publishing artist, Carlos Valenzuela, has released a new photo from the upcoming X-Files Season 10 Comics! Check out the cover preview for issue 2!

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The first issue releases on June 19th, 2013, and yes you did read that correctly. It does in fact release on the 15th anniversary of The X-Files: Fight the Future.

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Alien Trespass

Director: R.W. Goodwin Roadside Attractions Screenplay: Steve P. Fisher Story: James Swift, Fisher

(These events may or may not have happened) San Diego, CA
April 2, 2009

I had ditched my partner, taken a small boat out to the Bermuda triangle, and jumped into a wormhole that took me back in time to...1957? Wait? That can’t be right... let’s check the news. A broadcast of 50’s happenings and fashion confirmed it, I was in the 1950’s.

CRAP.

As I sat there thinking how the hell I’d get home, who knows, maybe a sexy red head would show up and save me, a man came on the screen talking about a film, ALIEN TRESPASS  - it had been filmed in the late 50’s but never shown. Destroyed after negotiations fell through, this was top secret.

So secret, I later leaned that it was closed to the Cinematic Society of San Diego ‘Syndicate.’ As I was being corralled by bystanders I showed them my XFN credential but no one recognized the organization. Fortunately for me, my own bald beautiful man came to the rescue. NO, not Skinner, but the society’s Director, Andrew Friedenberg, who is coincidentally bald.

Soon in my hand, I had VIP tickets... and before he could change his mind, I ran through the corridors (of the theaters) and found my seat.

It was then that I realized I had NO IDEA what to expect! Never having seen a 50’s film before, I was a completely blank slate! Not to mention I was a decade or so younger than most of the audience. All questioning ceased as strangely familiar music pulled me back to the era. I felt like I was in a cutting-room floor version of ‘Triangle’ and had been mysteriously transported back to the 1950’s. I sat back and so it began. 

THE PLOT:

Mojave Dessert, CA

A meteor shower is seen lighting up the night sky, but a certain blazing object is...well, Alien to the scene. It’s a spaceship that soon crashes on the outskirts of town, calling to it the fascinated Astrologist Ted Lewis (Eric McCormack). He is then sucked into the stranded spacecraft only to be returned, changed. The Body Snatched Ted is now inhabited by a galactic federal marshal named Urp.

Urp had been on its way to another planet carrying a prisoner, an evil erectile looking Ghota. Swank rubbery monsters with tentacles and a big glowing red eye, Ghotas are smart and this one had sabotaged the ship! Once on land it escaped into the unsuspecting city. The problem is that Ghota’s are as hungry as they are ugly, and once they eat enough humans, leaving behind oozing puddles, they reproduce asexually until they consume an entire planet and leave it as a wasteland. So it’s Urp’s job to track the Ghota down and bring it back.

Logically, he looks for assistance in Ted’s home, where his wife Lana (Jody Thompson) is confronted by a not so Ted-like Turp (Ted+Urp). “You are Lana, Ted wants you safe” and “You are Lana, you must assist me.” Finally convinced that Ted has had some kind of accident while going to the crash site, she leaves to call on the town doctor. Urp is thus left alone to complete his quest. He goes off into town with the locator on his totally retro laser stun gun to find the ever elusive Ghota.

Within the town are some other characters called to action by the mysterious crash. We have the Law; police officer Vern played by “X-Files” Alum, Robert Patrick, a womanizer who is hated by the local teenagers; the Sheriff, Dan Lauria, who comically had only one day left till retirement; and the waitress, Tammy (Jenni Baird), an aspiring artist who later becomes Urp’s willing and loyal ally.

THE NATION SAYS: Pretty Cool.

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