Kingpun wrote:As long as we still get Clockworks and Omega, I'm good.
Me too. Regardless of how good/bad an adaptation is, the original work'll always be there.
Kingpun wrote:People don't seem to have an appreciation for a complete work nowadays. The seem to want things to go on indefinitely. As long as the story is completed in the comic series. I don't need for it to live on through a TV show.
Agree on that one to. Looking forward to see THE END on the final page of Omega. And since Fox is out of the picture, an everlasting tv show is also out of the question (I hope).
Kingpun wrote:I just hate that so much time and effort goes into something that they vault away. Especially with all the good things they were saying about the pilot.
Wasn't there something about shopping it around to other networks/cable channels? I guess the final word isn't out untill we read about it either on RyallTime or Joehillfiction. They don't do rumours, just the facts. And no Death Notifications have appeared yet, which might suggest that the're still trying to salvage it. (or the second alternative: they're too depressed to write something about it) And compact 13 episodes seasons on cable do seem to fit Locke & Key a lot better, than the standard 22 ep season on Fox (if it got picked up for season 2).
Kingpun wrote:Then again, it sounded like the pilot was of pretty high quality. I guess Fox decide that wasn't the direction they wanted to take their channel in.
Quite right on that point!