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EXCLUSIVE: IDW's "X-Files: Origins" Introduces Teen Scully & Mulder

Posted: 1 hour ago
Albert Ching, Managing Editor


"The X-Files: Origins" #1 variant cover by Cat Staggs.

While Fox's recent revival miniseries showed what the stars of "The X-Files" are up to in the present, a new IDW Publishing miniseries will throw it back to Fox Mulder and Dana Scully's younger days. "The X-Files: Origins" is a four-issue miniseries slated to debut in August, and CBR has the exclusive first details.

"The X-Files: Origins" will be co-written by Jody Houser (of Valiant Entertainment's hit series "Faith") and Matthew Dow Smith, the artist of IDW's main "X-Files" series. The book will be drawn by Chris Fenoglio and Corin Howell, and in an IDW first, it'll be available on digital platforms before print release.

"We felt the digital-first approach would be the best way to reach this younger audience which doesn't necessarily go to comic shops every week," series editor Denton J. Tipton said in a statement to CBR. "And with a weekly schedule followed immediately by a print version, our partners in the direct market don't miss out either and should see an influx of new younger readers."

Compared to some digital-first comics, "X-Files: Origins" will have a relatively narrow digital-to-print window. It'll be released in weekly online installments, with the print version arriving in the same week as the last digital chapter included in each issue; with the exception of issue #1 since August is a five-Wednesday month.

"X-Files: Origins" will focus on Mulder and Scully as a teenagers, having separate adventures. Scully will investigate the murder of her teacher, and Mulder will research the unexplained on Martha’s Vineyard.

"I've always loved stories of that mystical childhood summer adventure with friends, from 'The Goonies' to 'The Baby-Sitters Club Super Specials,'" Houser said. "Getting to blend that with the tragedy of Fox's loss and the conspiracy his family is embroiled in makes for a very fun book."

"There were always hints and mentions about Mulder and Scully’s childhoods on the show, and there were specific events that happened to them in their early teens that challenged the way they both thought the world worked," Smith added. "In 'The X-Files: Origins,' we’re going to explore how those events changed them and led them to the X-Files."

"The X-Files: Origins" is also the name of a pair of previously announced series of Young Adult novels published by Macmillan, to be written by Kami Garcia (Mulder's story) and comics vet Jonathan Maberry (Scully's story).

"The stories will be connected but enjoyable on their own and by readers of all ages," Tipton said. "Both Fox and ['X-Files' franchise creator] Chris Carter have been very supportive of the program, and the enthusiasm for it also shows in the passion of the creators."

Full solicitation text for "The X-Files: Origins" #1 follows, along with both of Fenoglio and Howell's covers for the debut issues. Check back with CBR early Wednesday for IDW's full August 2016 solicitations.



The X-Files: Origins #1 (of 4)—SPOTLIGHT
Jody Houser & Matthew Dow Smith (w) • Chris Fenoglio, Corin Howell (a & c)
Before the FBI, before the X-Files, they were just two teenagers in search of the truth. On Martha’s Vineyard, a young Fox Mulder investigates something strange happening on the island, while in San Diego, 13-year-old Dana Scully looks into the shocking murder of her teacher. Two kids, two mysteries, one conspiracy that threatens the future of humanity.
FC • 40 pages • $4.99

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· Mulder and Scully star in separate tales depicting their teen years!
· See what made them into the characters we’ve come to love!
· Especially crafted for young adult readers!
· Mystery novel variant covers by Cat Staggs (Orphan Black)!


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New The X-Files Comic Harkens Back to Mulder and Scully’s Teenage Years

Posted on May 23, 2016 by David Gelmini

Did you ever watch “The X-Files” and wonder what Mulder and Scully got up to in their adolescent years? Nope, neither did I, but we’re gonna find out anyway thanks to the new comic series The X-Files: Origins, which journeys back to when the two alien-obsessed agents were still in high school.

But rather than worrying about studying for history tests or whom to take to the prom, they’ve got bigger fish to fry. Or more precisely, bigger murders to solve. The separate stories will feature Scully investigating her teacher’s murder and Mulder investigating the mysterious Martha’s Vineyard.

The details of the new series come from our friends over at Comic Book Resources, who confirmed that the creative team will consist of writer Jody Houser and illustrators Chris Fenoglio and Corin Howell.

Issue #1 will be released in August.




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The X-Files: Origins - Chapter One





Before the FBI, before the X-Files, they were just two teenagers in search of the truth. On Martha's Vineyard, a young Fox Mulder investigates something strange happening on the island, while in San Diego, 13-year-old Dana Scully looks into the shocking murder of her teacher. Two kids, two mysteries, one conspiracy that threatens the future of humanity.









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Investigate Some Teenage Spookiness With ‘X-Files Origins’ #1 [Preview]

by Chris Sims August 26, 2016 1:00 PM


 
I’ll admit that I don’t know a whole lot about The X-Files. I mean, I know that there’s a dude who really wants to believe in aliens, and I know that — if the screen-shots I see every now and then on Tumblr are to be believed — there’s a lady who’s just so done with his nonsense, but that’s pretty much it. Despite being around for its original run, I never really watched the show. And I think that might be because we never really got to see their origin stories. I mean, yes, I’ve heard that the show begins with the two lead characters meeting for the first time, but what if we could go further back? What if we could see them investigating spooky mysteries… as teens?!

Now, thanks to the miracle of modern comic books, we can. Next week, IDW is launching X-Files Origins, a new series aimed at young adult readers in which Faith writer Jody Houser and Doctor Who artist Matthew Dow Smith show Mulder and Scully’s first investigations, long before they join the FBI. Check out a preview below!
 













 
The X-Files: Origins #1 (of 4)

Jody Houser & Matthew Dow Smith (w) • Chris Fenoglio, Corin Howell (a & c)

Before the FBI, before the X-Files, they were just two teenagers in search of the truth. On Martha’s Vineyard, a young Fox Mulder investigates something strange happening on the island, while in San Diego, 13-year-old Dana Scully looks into the shocking murder of her teacher. Two kids, two mysteries, one conspiracy that threatens the future of humanity.

FC • 40 pages • $4.99

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·Mulder and Scully star in separate tales depicting their teen years!
·See what made them into the characters we’ve come to love!
·Especially crafted for young adult readers!
·Mystery novel variant covers by Cat Staggs (Orphan Black)!


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Preview of The X-Files: Origins #1

August 29, 2016 by Amie Cranswick

IDW explores the early years of Mulder and Scully this week with the release of The X-Files: Origins #1, and we’ve got a preview of the issue for you here…

















Before the FBI, before the X-Files, they were just two teenagers in search of the truth. On Martha’s Vineyard, a young Fox Mulder investigates something strange happening on the island, while in San Diego, 13-year-old Dana Scully looks into the shocking murder of her teacher. Two kids, two mysteries, one conspiracy that threatens the future of humanity.

The X-Files: Origins #1 is out on August 31st, priced $4.99.


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Post by sir on Tue 30 Aug - 11:07

The X-Files Origins #1 – Review
BY TOM GUILFOYLE · AUGUST 30, 2016


Writers –  Jody Houser & Matthew Dow Smith

Artist – Chris Fenoglio (Mulder), Corin Howell (Scully) , Monica Kubina (Scully)


Publisher – IDW Publishing



X-files origins follows the separate adventures of Mulder and Scully during their teenage years. These are the adventures that defined you know and love today.


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There are 4 covers available for this issue. Chris Fenoglio produces the art for the two regular covers while the other covers  are mystery covers by Cat Staggs. As a result the regular covers are great at showing the legacy these adventures will form. Cat’s Variants however are amazing at creating a vibe that pays homage to classic Childhood adventure films like Goonies and Stand by Me.


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Mulder’s story starts how you’d expect with the disappearance of his sister. However this is told from a new and refreshing angle . Jody does an excellent job at exploring emotions and reactions from Fox Mulder. Mulder still has all his known traits. However it’s interesting how his opinion on the unexplained and how he’s using that to find his sister.


Matthew’s the one that pens Scully’s story which is grounded and of a serious tone. This is similar to Scully’s own personality. Scully is introduced comparing herself to captain Ahab, which sums up most of Scully’s known childhood.  Smith has done a great task of creating a trauma and mystery that has the DNA of an X-files case.


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Corin produces some lovely scenery and backgrounds to create a stage for her characters to walk on. Whereas Chris produces some great characters that eclipse the stage they’re walking on. Corin’s angler and rough and the lines work for the grounded Scully story. Whereas with Mulder’s story it’s loose and free and to get that across chris produces crisp,smooth lines.


In conclusion the X-files origins has the DNA of the X-Files running through it while also staying original. You don’t need to know the characters to love this issue and series. The writing is great and the artwork is fantastic. I look forward to see where they go and you should too.



ART: 5/5


WRITING: 5/5


OVERALL: 5/5



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Comic Book Review – The X-Files: Origins #1

August 31, 2016 by Tony Black

Tony Black reviews The X-Files: Origins #1…



Before the FBI, before the X-Files, they were just two teenagers in search of the truth. On Martha’s Vineyard, a young Fox Mulder investigates something strange happening on the island, while in San Diego, 13-year-old Dana Scully looks into the shocking murder of her teacher. Two kids, two mysteries, one conspiracy that threatens the future of humanity.

The early years of Fox Mulder and Dana Scully have always been shrouded in mystery to an extent on The X-Files, illuminated only in certain episodes of the show if they were crucial to character or the series’ mythology, which makes Origins a unique mini-series, running adjacent to the main monthly series, by Matthew Dow Smith and Jody Houser. This asks the big question – what were Mulder & Scully like as children? Long before they ever met, or even Mulder found and revived the X-Files, this is the origin or origin stories – how did the FBI’s two greatest agents come to be who they are? Immediately from this first issue, a collection of individual chapters released across August which make up the introduction to the story, Houser and Dow Smith sow the main seeds of characterisation for our duo, even as 13 year old children, and it’s delightful to see.

Naturally because Fox and Dana are long away from meeting at this point, we get two adjacent stories set in two different years, indeed on opposite sides of the United States. Firstly, a 13 year old Mulder in 1974, just a year after the mysterious disappearance of his sister Samantha, journaling his thoughts as he tries to reconcile his grief with frustration at not knowing what has become of his sister, with vague imprints of the alien abduction scenario we saw in flashback in the episode ‘Little Green Men’. Soon dragged into misadventure by two of his school friends on Martha’s Vineyard, needing to escape from a stilted and awkward family home life with parents who won’t talk to him about the tragedy, Mulder stumbles into the world of conspiracy he would later take as his bread and butter.

Meanwhile, in San Diego 1977, a 13 year old Scully is lost and listless, having moved to a new airbase for her now Admiral father’s work; her older sister Melissa is flirting with boys, her brother Bill is frustrated at her music (which allows for a *great* nod to the S7 episode ‘Orison’), and Scully finds herself coming face to face with both her burgeoning religious faith and a fascination with procedural crime in a way she never expected. It’s just a really fine juxtaposition of both these characters, who even at such a young age are already showing those signs of becoming the adults we fell for on TV. Houser & Dow Smith show great knowledge of the show, it’s mythology and it’s characterisation which makes this a treat for X-Philies.

Even though it’s arguably targeted at a young adult comic book audience, X-Files: Origins can be enjoyed by an age of X-Files fan, and it’s just fantastic to see a project like this, which further mythologises Mulder & Scully as pop culture legends, come to fruition. The artwork is relatively basic from Chris Fenoglio but it doesn’t need to be showy, and is always well drawn; it fits the low-fi grunge co-writer Dow Smith has brought to the adult comics run while still retaining that sense of youthful verge, playfulness and retro-70’s aesthetic. While it will have to be careful not to contradict canon or chew on the show’s internal mythology too heavily, Origins deserves faith already in that it’ll be a fun, engaging, and well characterised mini-series exploring a whole new angle to the show. A fine start.

Rating: 8/10

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Review: The X-Files: Origins #1

AUGUST 31, 2016BY STEVEN PHILLIPS



You might be turned off by the limp, marketing-focused title of this mini-series. That would be a shame because I’ll go ahead and say at the start here that X-Files: Origins has a lot of promise for previous fans of the franchise as well as for newcomers.

The book wisely splits itself into two equal parts, spending time with each of the series’ leads in their younger days. The TV series played up the tension between Dana Scully’s religious faith and her role as the official rational skeptic. In young Dana, we see a curious idealist who is confronted by a seemingly random act of brutality that could go ignored if not for her inquisitive mind. The issue touches on aspects of Scully’s adult personality without filling its pages with annoyingly overt references. Origins wastes no time before establishing the role Catholicism plays in the girl’s life. And it’s probably somehow telling that her first taste of tragedy is connected to the church.



Fox Mulder’s half of Origins takes place shortly after the mysterious disappearance of his younger sister. He’s convinced he cannot tell any adults about his suspicions regarding what was, in his mind, the abduction of Samantha Mulder. There’s an amusing bit that references adult Fox’s need to stand apart from other conspiracy theorists. Other than his selective skepticism, young Mulder lacks the overt rebellious streak that characterizes his adult self. This Fox is a good kid, afraid to cause trouble for his parents, filled with guilt over not being able to protect his sister. Hopefully, Origins delves into his growth with a delicate touch; being too heavy-handed with Mulder could result in some unintended parody. The writing does a good job setting Fox apart from his peers, making it clear that, to him, most relationships are transient. You get the clear impression that losing Samantha was a major blow to his world view.

The art might seem like an odd or inappropriate choice for an X-Files book. It’s very clean and bright in a way that goes against conventional portrayals of this franchise. However, the setting, time period, and tone justify a more cartoonish style of rendering that simultaneously contrasts nicely with some of the darker events taking place. As kids, Dana and Fox are cushioned from the uglier aspects of crime. And, of course, it will be decades before either character truly faces a more insidious darkness covering the world. The overall look is of young adult fiction, but the book doesn’t suffer at all from kid-oriented visuals. Howell’s art seems particularly suited to shift into a more horror-themed atmosphere if called upon to do so.

I’m excited about this book, as a casual fan of the television series and as a reader of speculative fiction. The pacing of each half is very efficient, packing a not insignificant amount of backstory into the framing narration. There’re fun and suspense in decent amounts. And I can imagine the twist and turns of the plot being very engaging.


Score: 4/5

The X-Files: Origins #1

Writers: Jody Houser and Matthew Dow Smith

Artists: Chris Fenoglio and Corin Howell

Colorist: Monica Kubina

Publisher: IDW Publishing

Price: $4.99

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THE X-FILES: ORIGINS #1 REVIEW
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Wow, when they entitled this new series Origins, they weren’t kidding. This one goes all the way back to Mulder and Scully’s respective childhoods, showing us each character’s pivotal moment that set them on their current path.

Is it good?

X-Files: Origins #1 (IDW)



Observations

The story of Mulder’s sisters getting abducted has been rehashed plenty of times, but it’s still sad ☹

Mulder the anti-supernatural conspiracy kid. Definitely didn’t see that coming.
Yeah, I think we all know where this is going. Moving on…

Scully’s childhood continues to be retconned into a sadder state.

Even as a teenager, she’s still the smartest person in the room wherever she goes.
Maybe a bit too convenient, but I’ll take it.

Is It Good?

Eh, kind of.

The book feels like it can’t decide if it wants to be an all ages kids story or something a little darker. Part of the problem is the art, which is exceptional in both stories, but doesn’t always match up with the stories’ tones.

Mulder’s tale feels a little too predictable, but I like his inner dialogue, particularly how he describes his anger and frustration over Samantha’s disappearance.

Scully’s story, on the other hand, is definitely the stronger of the two. The plot twist may be a bit contrived, but it still fits nicely into a story that gives us a great view of Scully showing the stubborn intuitiveness that makes her such a fantastic character.

There’s nothing earth shattering or even that exciting here, but The X-Files: Origins #1 does make for a pretty good exploration into Mulder and Scully’s young minds/motivations. It’s also good enough to keep the title on your pull list for at least one more issue.

The Good

A fun and impactful look at events that made Mulder and Scully the people they are today.

Scully's story gets a bit contrived, but it's also hella interesting.

The Bad

The book can't seem to decide if it wants to be all ages or a little darker.

The story of Mulder's sister being abducted has been rehashed so much that it's hard to tell it in a new way.

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