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Former Syfy Adaptation Ghost Projekt Materializes on NBC

It's been a long time since last we spoke about Syfy's proposed adaptation of Ghost Projekt, a mini-series about supernatural do-gooders, but with the passage of time has come change. Read on for details.

UPDATED: NBC Moving Forward with The Sixth Gun Pilot

Last October NBC and Carlton Cuse began developing a series based on Oni Press’ graphic novel series The Sixth Gun, and now they're moving forward with a pilot for the supernatural western.

Supernatural Western The Sixth Gun in Development at NBC

Another horror-themed TV show is in development at a major network as NBC is working with Carlton Cuse ("Lost," "Bates Motel") and screenwriter Ryan Condal to adapt Oni Press’ graphic novel series The Sixth Gun.

Showtime Developing a Series Based on The Damned Comic Series

It's not just the big screen where comic book adaptations are heading fast and furious these days. Showtime is getting in on the act with "The Damned", a new series project based on independent graphic novel and comic book publisher Oni Press’ comic book limited series.

Syfy Delving into a Ghost Projekt

You know what the Syfy Channel needs? Another mini-series about supernatural do-gooders. There's just not enough of them. Well, take heart, true believers. Another is on its way!

Art Book for Alien Invasion Film The Darkest Hour on Its Way; Film Gets December Release!

It's been a while since we've gotten an update on director Chris Gorak's The Darkest Hour, but if you're attending this weekend's WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco, you'll want to check out the special collectible poster from the film's upcoming companion art book being unveiled by Summit Entertainment, New Regency, and Oni Press during the show.

Universal Answers Last Call

Uni has snapped up the rights to the Oni Press graphic novel series The Last Call, with Barry Josephson on board to produce the film version, according to Variety.

DiGilio to be Damned

Wow, it’s all about literary adaptations this morning, eh? Which I have to say is a welcome change from story after story about remakes... Variety reports that David DiGilio has been tapped by Dreamworks to pen the screenplay for The Damned, which started life as a graphic novel from Oni Press written by Cullen Bunn and Brian Hurtt.