What’s the connection between Nathan Fillion (“Serenity”, “Desperate Housewives”) and comic book’s Ultimate Spider-Man?
Marvel Comics digital app as Fillion himself so mentions at San Diego Comic Con. On-screen Fillion stars as New Yorker novelist Richard Castle in the Empire State backdropped “Castle”, which enters a new season. Season four airs within the Greater D.C. area on ABC 7.
Cast members from ABC’s “Castle” were vis a vis with fans at a signing table and the eponymous show’s panel. Marvel caught up with Tamala Jones, Jon Huertas, Seamus Dever and Molly C. Quinn, then host Grace Randolph caught on camera some slightly more than passing comics connection. Some actual gems on the actors past comics reading lives.
San Diego Comic-Con satellites the annual high profile nexus merging comic book pros, television celebs and film superstars under a thematic banner of comics. “Castle” and comic books had their own merger news released last May.
A pop question based on who is the fictional protagonist featured in the novels that Nathan Filion’s novelist role Richard Castle is supposed to have made best sellers built around answer’s as Derrick Storm. The same response for the graphic novel Castle: Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm.
Digital comics now enters alongside the graphic novel’s Sept. 28 release date.
Availability comes through on the collaboration from network and publisher by way of iOS devices (iPhone, iTunes and iPad). Marvel.com made the announcement this week on its official site.
“Once we read DEADLY STORM we knew we had the kind of comic that would appeal to a wide demographic and it made perfect sense to make a day & date digital release on the Marvel Comics app,” said Axel Alonso, Marvel Entertainment Editor in Chief. “This is the kind of comic that brings new fans to our great medium and we couldn’t be more excited for new readers, fans of ‘Castle’ and everyone else to discover Derrick Storm’s origin—and enjoy a flat-out exciting story!”
Off page for the Derrick Storm based mystery thriller, “Castle” cast members tease another publisher’s name but only on the on-camera camaraderie between each other and with Grace at the SDCC.
Dever’s own lapsed readership hints some eclectism. Huertas quotes one superhero’s name that may have a back in the day affinity. Jones charmingly admits to only a comic strip recall. Quinn coolly indulges a quick reference on a perennial favorite.
Marvel.com cites the print and digital release debuts across North America.