Peacock and Seth MacFarlane are teaming up to adapt the horror graphic novel series Shrouded College per head Submission deadline; termination period. Orville The creator is developing the TV series through his Fuzzy Door banner, which has secured the rights to the novels along with UCP.
Greetings from comics veterans Charles Soule and Will Sliney, Shrouded College It is an ongoing series of seven interconnected stories told over several years in comic and graphic novel formats. Each separate novel tells a different story about different characters enlisted to join the supernatural Cold War on behalf of a rapidly deteriorating secret organization known as the Shrouded College. Tales explores a variety of horror tropes and themes, creating individual installments that can stand on their own with their own unique sensibilities as Soule and Sliney star in a larger series that continues to grow.
Image Comics published the first installment, Hell to payWith the next story in November 2022, Bloody ten It is scheduled to be released at the end of 2023. Hell to pay Maya Stone and her husband Sebastian played on the themes of greed and capitalism when they signed a college contract. They seek powerful magical abilities in exchange for collecting 666 gold coins for college, each of which can summon a special demon, and all of them are wanted by the most powerful and cruel people on the planet. Collecting each coin means freedom for the stones and a world freed from demonic powers, but there’s no telling what the college has planned for the coins.
MacFarlane and Fuzzy Door were very busy
Macfarlane is a proven hitmaker among his excellent animated comedies Family guy and like other successful attempts Orville and American Dad! Recently, he and his company Fuzzy Door have been involved in a number of promising projects, including animated reload from the classics Norman Lear a sitcom Good times and a Ted prequel series. The return of his teddy bear resumed production in November and it’s expected to be as twisted as ever, like MacFarlane exclusively told Collider the overall tone is very close to the first film in 2012. Fuzzy Door also has a new movie. A bare weapon movie on the docket from Akiva Shaffer with Liam Neeson played the main role, as well as a Revenge of the Nerds reboot and a The winds of war limited series. Shrouded College It is MacFarlane’s latest project under his extensive NBCUniversal contract.
In addition to Shrouded CollegeSoule’s comic and graphic novel credits include Marvel, DC, and Lucasfilm She-Hulk The comics that helped inspire the Disney+ series. Slaney drew various characters Spiderman and Star Wars and even had its own TV series – Draw with will and Storytellers by Will Slaney. Both serve as executive producers along with MacFarlane, Erica Huggins, Rachel Hargreaves-Heald For Fuzzy Door.
Stay tuned to Collider for more on MacFarlane’s Shrouded College adaptation. Meanwhile, check out the trailer for his hit series Orville below.