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October 13, 2015

The Twilight Zone

New Twilight Zone graphic novels coming (do-do-do-do-do-do-do-do)

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 7th 2008 8:02AM
Twilight Zone graphic novelThese have been submitted, and they have my approval.

Publishing company Walker & Co. is getting together with the estate of Rod Serling and the Savannah College of Art & Design to produce several graphic novels that will be based on the scripts of the original Twilight Zone series. The books (there will be eight in all, and perhaps more to come if these are received well) are to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first Twilight Zone episode, which will be next year. The first two episodes they're doing are "Walking Distance" and "The After Hours."

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Woman watched TV for 35 years ... while dead

by Jane Boursaw, posted Jun 20th 2008 9:03AM
skeleton on couchHere's a story that sounds like something out of The Twilight Zone. The episode could be titled "No Man Is an Island?" Or maybe "Perchance to Dream," although that title was already taken.

It's the story of Hedviga Golik, a woman who brewed herself a cup of tea, then settled down to watch some relaxing TV in her hometown of Zagreb, Croatia. Apparently, the show was either really boring or the tea was ultra-relaxing, because Golik died that same night.

Okay, all this sounds plausible, but not this next part: According to an Associated Press report, forensics experts believe Golik likely died in 1973. Her mummified body was just found, 35 years later.

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Retro Squad returns, new and improved

by Keith McDuffee, posted Jun 6th 2008 10:01AM
retro squad logoThe "big" shows are over, and now the typically low-key summer TV schedule begins. Oh sure, there are some real gems in there that are still airing or will start soon, but overall the excitement is nothing like the September-through-May period. Maybe people are ... gasp ... going outside to enjoy the sun?

It's been two years since we first delved into the world of Retro Squad, so we're back now with what we believe is a better format. Rather than pick a few shows and only review one season from each throughout the summer, we're doing theme/show weeks. These weeks will not only have standout episode reviews from any past season, but we'll have themed lists, Vs., interviews and videos. There are only so many weeks in the summer, so we can't cover all of your favorites, but I think there's something for just about everyone here. Check out the schedule below, after the jump.

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