Locke & Key Pilot Will Be Screened At NYCC

<i>Locke & Key</i> Pilot Will Be Screened At NYCC

Want a chance to catch the unaired pilot episode for the adaption of the popular comic series Locke & Key by Joe Hill & Gabriel Rodriguez? Well if you are heading to NYCC next weekend, you have a chance, as the pilot will be screening there...

What: The most talked-about pilot not on the fall schedule was the Fox production of Locke & Key. After a smash-hit screening at San Diego Comic-Con that fans are still talking about, it's coming to the east coast for a one-time only screening!

IDW Publishing, with special thanks to Fox Broadcasting Corporation, will offer a one-time only East coast screening of Locke & Key at New York Comic Con. Open to all NYCC attendees on a first come, first serve basis. Come see the Eisner-winning comic brought to life!

Who: IDW CEO and Publisher Ted Adams will emcee this exclusive screening.

When: Friday, October 14th, 12 noon

Where: New York Comic Con, Jacob Javits Center Room 1A10

Details: Acclaimed by both critics and fans, LOCKE & KEY is created and written by Joe Hill, with art by Gabriel Rodriguez. LOCKE & KEY tells the story of the Locke family and Keyhouse, a mysterious New England mansion with haunted keys that transform all who dare to use them. Since debuting in 2008, LOCKE & KEY has become a multiple New York Times best seller and won several industry awards.

Adapting the first volume of the series, LOCKE & KEY: WELCOME TO LOVECRAFT, the pilot was developed by television writer Josh Friedman for Fox Television.

Hill and Rodriguez are currently working on LOCKE & KEY: CLOCKWORKS, the fifth volume in the series. CLOCKWORKS is available monthly in comic book stores and through the Apple iTunes Store. LOCKE & KEY Volumes 1 through 4 are in comic and book stores, and through iTunes and iBooks.

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Filed Under "Horror" 10/7/2011 Source: IDW PRESS RELEASE
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DEATHbyEXILE - 10/7/2011, 3:48 PM
marvel72 - 10/7/2011, 3:51 PM
it doesn't look too bad,i'd probably check out the first couple of episodes.
nikgrid - 10/7/2011, 5:31 PM
Fox are a bunch of retards. This show needs to be on tv rather than that American Haunting shit.
KilledHal9000 - 10/9/2011, 7:28 AM
I just wish i Could watch the Pilot.

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