Author: Joe Harris Illustrator: Wayne Nichols Colourer: Sebastian Cheng Letterers: Chris Mowry & Tim B. Long Editor: Denton J. Tipton Executive Producer: Chris Carter Publishers: Ted Adams / IDW… Read more »
Roy Thomas has done an amazing job, adapting these great episodes over to comic book format. In this collected volume, originally released by Topps Comics, we continue Season 1 with four classic story’s that hold their own, even after all this time.
The “Syndicate” that long bedeviled Agents Mulder and Scully has returned with old faces and a new leader. For what new secrets will they fight and kill? And what will become of the X-Files once those secrets are laid bare? The end is here!
Take a trip into Agent Mulder’s drug-addled mind in The X-Files Season 10 #20!
“G-23,” part 2 of 2: A government plot leads Mulder to ponder his early days as a cadet at Quantico, including his relationship with Diana Fowley and the fateful day that he found the iconic “I Want to Believe” poster. But the intrigue goes even further back in time, to when Bill Mulder was partnered with the Cigarette Smoking Man.
In 1966, the US Government experimented with synthesising their own strains of marijuana, to distract those darn hippies. What could possibly go wrong?
When we last saw them, Special Agents John Doggett and Monica Reyes seemingly met their final fates at the hands of the alien faction known as the Acolytes. Now in this one-off story, we’ll reveal what actually became of them and what is in store for them next.
The bombing of an abortion clinic has brought FBI Agents Mulder and Scully to the small town of Murphysville, North Carolina, but in classic X-Files fashion, not everything is as it seems.
PREVIEW: The X-Files: Year Zero #4 (of 5) Karl Kesel (w) • Vic Malhotra, Greg Scott (a) • Carlos Valenzuela (c) Prophetic messages to the FBI from a mysterious “Mr…. Read more »
PREVIEW: The X-Files: Season 10 #17 Joe Harris (w) • Colin Lorimer (a) • Francesco Francavilla (c) “Immaculate,” Part 2 of 2: An abortion clinic bombing has led Scully and… Read more »