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Ernie Estrella


Pacific Grove, CA, United States

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Past articles by Ernie:

'Paper Girls' stars, creators break down key moments from Season 1 of the new sci-fi series

If you’ve binged through the exciting first season of Paper Girls on Amazon Prime, you're likely dying to talk about the new show based on Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang's hit sci-fi comic book. → Read More

Neil Gaiman: 'The Sandman' doesn't really change from the comics, just feels like 'getting extra fries'

Creator Neil Gaiman, Allan Heinberg, and some of the ensemble cast spoke to SYFY WIRE about The Sandman at Comic-Con. → Read More

Watch: 'Interview With the Vampire' bites into Louis & Lestat's 'bold love story' in AMC series

Tilt the head to the side, expose the neck, and sink your fangs in. A new Interview With the Vampire series is coming to AMC this fall, which aims to be the quintessential adaptation of Anne Rice’s mesmerizing vampire novels. At last weekend's San Diego Comic-Con, the world got their first look at the buzzy series, including a tasty full trailer. → Read More

'What We Do in the Shadows' team teases 'biggest episode' they've ever made & more Season 4

At San Diego Comic-Con 2022, the What We Do in the Shadows panel previewed the rest of Season 4. → Read More

Alien noir! Read the full first issue of 'Resident Alien: The Suicide Blonde' for free

SYFY's Resident Alien returned to our screens this week, kicking off Season 2, and with it, we invited Harry Vanderspeigle and the quirky townsfolk of Patience, Colorado back into our lives. We've even got the → Read More

Ethan Young's 'The Dragon Path' is a venturesome look at growing up Asian American

We interview Ethan Young (Nanjing: The Burning City) about his new middle-grade graphic novel The Dragon Path, diaspora and growing up Asian American. → Read More

Jupiter's Legacy: What you need to know before binging Netflix's new superhero drama

Mark Millar (Kick-Ass, Wanted) and Frank Quitely's (We3) Jupiter's Legacy, first published in 2013, is the latest creator-owned comic to get the live-action adaptation treatment. → Read More

Exclusive: Comixology unwraps fall comic lineup Breaklands, Stone Star and Promethee 13:13

Sci-fi comic book fans will have a full line-up of fresh reads available on November 24 when ComiXology Originals releases three new series, including the second seasons for Breaklands and Stone Star and the original graphic novel, Prometheé 13:13. SYFY WIRE has the preview of all three projects and spoke exclusively with the creators. → Read More

Sean Connery, legendary James Bond actor, dies at 90

Sean Connery, the Oscar-winning Scottish actor most famously known for his iconic portrayal of British superspy James Bond over two decades, has died. → Read More

Exclusive: Matt Kindt on his new sci-fi project 'ENIAC', part of new publisher Bad Idea's launch slate

One thing that's become certain during the pandemic is that comic companies need to get creative if they want to thrive. Bad Idea, a new publisher launching next year, aims to carve out its own niche by releasing high quality monthly comics that are sold exclusively through comic shops. No trade paperbacks. No digital releases. → Read More

Tim Seeley on his final 'Bloodshot' arc as the film world comes to the comic canon

When the Bloodshot movie starring Vin Diesel and Sam Heughan opened in theaters March 13, it was supposed to be the first piece of a carefully planned connection between the film and the comics that w → Read More

The Wizard of Oz meets The Hurt Locker in David Pepose's latest comic 'The O.Z.'

The O.Z. is part Mad Max: Fury Road mixed with equal portions of The Hurt Locker and The Old Guard as it takes the cherished landscape of Oz and turns it into a frightening war zone full of casualties. → Read More

Vikings showrunner Michael Hirst is teasing odds on major deaths

History's Vikings' midseason finale ended on a thrilling cliffhanger that left viewers witnessing major casualties on the battlefield. King Harald (Peter Franzen) was severely wounded, as was Bjorn Ironside (Alexander Ludwig) when Ivar the Boneless (Alex Høgh Andersen) led the Rus army into Norway. → Read More

Valiant's 'Final Witness' is publisher's first crime noir and murder mystery

Valiant's Final Witness is first foray into the crime noir genre, spearheaded by editor Heather Antos and a mystery creative team. → Read More

Metal Men preview: How Westworld and Dark Nights Metal inspired the new maxi-series

One of the coolest concepts Silver Age comic creators Robert Kanigher and Ross Andru ever came up with for DC Comics was the Metal Men. They were a team of artificially intelligent robots invented by Dr. William Magnus with unique abilities based on their namesakes taken from the Periodic Table of Elements such as Gold, Lead, Mercury, Iron, Tin, Tungsten, and Platinum. → Read More

Batman Day will flash Bat-Signal, run night races across the world and more

Batman's 80th Anniversary began with Detective Comics #1000 and the celebration culminates to Batman Day which is officially September 21. DC Comics is planning on a party that will span across the globe as major cities will project the iconic Bat-Signal onto skyscrapers and world landmarks around 8pm local time. → Read More

Exclusive covers: Experience the pain of the Rick and Morty vs Dungeons & Dragons sequel

Fans of Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland's Adult Swim cult-hit, Rick and Morty, know that "experience is pain!" Now, once again, they're bringing the pain of Dungeons & Dragons to Rick, Morty, and the Smith family in Rick and Morty vs. Dungeons & Dragons II: Painscape, a four-issue miniseries sequel to the popular comic book crossover. → Read More

Last Knight on Earth: Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo on their final Batman story

Together, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo have created some of the great Batman stories that made The New 52 era of DC Comics significant. From "The Court of Owls" to "Zero Year," readers knew that this run would be a memorable one. → Read More

Exclusive: Rylend Grant says 24 producer on board for Aberrant television series

Rylend Grant's creator-owned Action Lab: Danger Zone military conspiracy comic, Aberrant, is a grounded take on what our real world would look like if superheroes actually existed. It stars David Colbrenner, a U.S. → Read More

Exclusive Preview: Banjax shows what one superhero does with a Death Wish

Getting diagnosed with terminal cancer affects patients in a variety of ways. Some try to live life to the fullest and enjoy what days remain with those closest to them. → Read More