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Nrc_02
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I find the Stargate continuation stories very hit and miss

Arkatox
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I’m inclined to groan at this, but to be fair I haven’t checked out the Atlantis comic series at all so I don’t know if it’s any good. The fact that it’s noncanon is a huge turn-off in and of itself. I have read one of the Dynamite-published books, however. The Vala Mal Doran graphic novel. That was the most laughably bad licensed material I’ve ever read. The writer had clearly never even watched the show before. Bits of it were fun to read through, but it was so far removed from being anything like the universe of Stargate, that… Read more »

Stargate Universe's Series-Ending Cliffhanger Will Finally Get Resolved | Kotaku Australia
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Stargate Universe's Series-Ending Cliffhanger Will Finally Get Resolved | Kotaku Australia

[…] fate of Eli will be resolved in a new Stargate Universe comic from American Mythology. It's described as a sort of third season where "Eli races against time to repair his damaged stasis pod, [and] a new […]

STARGATE UNIVERSE’s Cliffhanger Will Be Resolved in Comics - Big Box of Geek
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STARGATE UNIVERSE’s Cliffhanger Will Be Resolved in Comics - Big Box of Geek

[…] GateWorld, American Mythology’s new Stargate Universe comic will pick up where the TV series left off, […]

Stargate Universe Continues With A New Comic Series - Word of The Nerd
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Stargate Universe Continues With A New Comic Series - Word of The Nerd

[…] Remember Stargate Universe? It was on the SyFy channel for two seasons from 2009 to 2011. Though it wasn’t as popular as its predecessors Stargate SG-1, which ran for ten seasons, and the five seasons of Stargate Atlantis, the show managed to continue the tradition of human exploration of distant parts of the galaxy or other galaxies via the Stargate: the device invented by the Ancients that created a wormhole for near-instantaneous travel between gates to other parts of the galaxy and even to other galaxies.   However, this time it was the success of the Icarus Project to unlock… Read more »

Joe Friday
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I’d feel better about these comic adaptions if Joe Mallozzi and Paul Mullie were involved. I don’t know why these publishers don’t approach them about creating Stargate comics.