Y: The Last Man is a book by Brian K Vaughn and it’s been in development in what seems like forever. Finally we get a new trailer, which only proves it’s finally going to happen.
This is an article I wrote way back when news broke with a teaser image they sent out. Seems like this is still in the works (news of the pilot wrapping up) so I’m going to revive my original article that highlights all the key books coming out of Y: The Last Man which if done right, could see some of it’s books (outside from the first issue which as a ton of the main character firsts) pop in value as the characters within are introduced.
Y: The Last Man from Vertigo Comics and the great writer Brian K. Vaughn is coming to life on our screens from FX networks.
This series ran for 60 issues and has a huge cast of characters within the story line.
We had all sorts of speculation rumors over the past week. It’s time to sit back and disseminate the news and discuss what we think. So put your Tin Foil Hats on while we dive into the info provided.
It’s that time again, where I tell you what’s really grinding my gears for the week of April 17th, 2019.
Some weeks it’s mostly likes, other weeks it’s dislikes.
So what’s grinding my gears this week?
It’s been a long time coming but finally we see the light at the end of the tunnel. Y: The Last Man from Vertigo Comics and the great writer Brian K. Vaughn is coming to life on our screens from FX networks which appears to likely be in 2020.
This series ran for 60 issues and has a huge cast of characters within the story line. We won’t know until the show airs if some of these characters are prominent or not as they’ll likely change it up a little bit in the show, nevertheless, this is hopefully a good starting point for key firsts for some of the characters in the story.
If you’ve been living under a rock and didn’t see the new teaser photo for the upcoming Y: The Last Man adaptation being developed and ordered by FX, here it is.
We all know that the majority of media options result into absolutely nothing on the first go round. Think of them as place holders for production companies. They want to grab the latest and greatest in hopes it blows up with popularity. If they see a market for creating a show or movie with the option, the long process of finding a screen writer to kick things off begin and then from there it evolves into something more. Even if it makes it past the script being written, it can still vanish like a fart in the wind.
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