With the release of The X-Files: Conspiracy #2, IDW marks the end of this yearâ€™s crossover event that put us on a very entertaining journey, visiting the realities of The X-Files and Lone Gunmen, The Crow, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Transformers, and Ghostbusters.
The issue released today brings the story that began in January 2014 full circle, to where the Lone Gunmen received information from the future that a deadly virus would be making its way around to wipe out all of mankind. Their search for the truth and a cure not only involved the help of Mulder and Scully, but also scattered clues throughout the realities of the five franchises that crossed the tale.
Conspiracy #2 continues the jovial tone that this event has carried in the previous issues, but feels sturdier than the rest. It mixed effectively both the wrap-up of the story while also giving space to moments that are key to the characters.
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Come July 2014, and perfect for all those overnight San Diego Comic Con parties, IDW plans to release what promises to be an amazing The X-Files board game designed by Kevin Wilson, known for his work at Arkham Horror and Descent, and art direction by the already familiar menton3 - This already looks great!
The game will be based on the first three seasons of the show and you would be able to take your pick to play as Mulder, Scully or other members of the X-Files team. Suggested retail price will be $59.99.
For more information, head on over to IDW. More details to follow!
Gillian Anderson has a new film set to premiere this Spring in Los Angeles at the Indian Film Festival. Sold tells the story of a girl who risks everything for freedom after being trafficked from a village in the mountains of Nepal to a brothel in India.
The film is directed by Jeffrey D. Brown and produced by Emma Thompson. It also stars David Arquette and Seema Biswas. Sold is adapted from the Patricia McCormick novel based on true events.
The Indian Film Festival runs April 8-13 at the ArcLight Hollywood. For more information on their full line up for this festival, please head over to their website.
Sold is also being show at other festivals throughout the country. For more festival dates and information please check here.
For more information about Sold, please check the Deadline article.