The Walking Dead fans will know Robert Kirkman as the funny creator of comic book series. On the other hand, The Walking Dead is not by any means the only comic book series Kirkman has added to his repertoire, and in 2016, another of his manifestations will wake up on TV: Outcast.
Outcast is a comic book series from Skybound/Image that recounts the account of evil spirit ownership, thus, as TVLine puts it, the “strolling accursed” instead of the “strolling dead.” The summation for Season 1 of Cinemax and Fox International’s new Outcast series is as per the following.
“Outcast takes after Kyle Barnes, a young fellow who has been tormented by ownership since he was a tyke. Presently a grown-up, he sets out on an adventure to discover answers yet what he reveals could mean the end of life on Earth as we probably are aware it.”
Patrick Fugit (Gone Girl, Almost Famous) stars as Kyle Barnes, the fundamental character in Outcast. Likewise featuring in Outcast is Philip Glenister (Life on Mars, Mad Dogs) as Reverend Anderson, David Denman (Big Fish, After Earth) as Mark Holter, Wrenn Schmidt as Megan Holt, and Gabriel Bateman (Stalker, Annabelle) as Joshua Austin.
Outcast will keep running for ten episodes in its first season, with HBO Canada reporting Outcast would debut on their system in 2016 at the New York Comic Con occasion. Kyle Barnes, the primary character in Outcast, is hunting down answers, as well as reclamation, also. He keeps himself isolated from the ones he adores as an approach to sanctuary them from more torment.
Reverend Anderson, while he is a consumer and a card shark, likewise trusts he is one of God’s officers in the “heavenly war against the strengths of wickedness on Earth.” Joshua Austin is an 8-year-old kid who appears to impart a bond to Kyle Barnes on account of his devil ownership in Outcast.
Up ’til now, no debut date has been discharged for Outcast by Cinemax past 2016. In any case, a trailer for Season 1 of Outcast was discharged. The unpleasant trailer may not sound good to the individuals who have not yet read the Outcast funnies, but rather for comic fans, there is a bounty to see. Regardless of the possibility that you haven’t read the Outcast funnies, a feeling of the most current TV series from Robert Kirkman can be picked up with the presentation of characters, for example, Kyle Barnes, Reverend Anderson, and Joshua Austin, and in addition the way the characters connect with one another.
Check out the trailer: