New post in CharmedNovelFan - Release Date Update: Let Gorgons Be Gorgons Part 1
Charmed Season 10 Volume 2
Together, the Halliwell sisters have access to the greatest source of pure magic the world has known: the Power of Three. But now that their eldest sister Prue has been resurrected, a strange magic threatens to tear them apart. As Prue prepares to resurrect a powerful demon for answers, the remaining Halliwells look to their past to find out if they're asking the right question.
Paperback: 148 pages
Release Date: December 10, 2015
* As the title says, info on Vol. 2 (cover, summary and release date) is so far tentative.
UPDATE - The #10 cover will be used as the cover for this volume.
You can read Pat's full behind the scenes post on
CHARMED SEASON 10 #13
Release Date: 11/4/2015
Anonymous asked: Hey Pat! You've been pretty generous lately with Charmed spoilers and previews, so I just have to try and ask! You've said that #18 is a game-changer.. can you give us a hint as to why it is? Or, I don't know, maybe you could just let the title slip.. promise we won't tell anyone.
Pat Shand: A problem that I’m running into with the Charmed fandom on the Belthazor statue issue is this, and this is confusing me a bit. The show never depicted demons, or any supernatural race, acting as a single entity. The show only revealed a very small area of the Wasteland, so the intent of the Belthazor statue is to show that A) some demons are still loyal to who Belthazor/Cole was as a demon, B) not all creatures in the Demonic Wasteland are vanquished/incorporeal (something we already knew from the show), C) some demons separate the idea of Belthazor and Cole – we know the Charmed Ones did, and D) we don’t know everything there is to know about the Wasteland.
As far as the second question, if I understand what you’re asking, the answer was already covered in depth in #5. The entire Cole/Belthazor scene, which is most of the issue, is
essentially a long, dramatic answer to that question. X
charmedcupidwitch asked: If there was ever a power of two spin off which two sisters would you want to be in it? I'd want Prue and Paige.
Pat Shand: I don’t think I’d be interested in a Power of Two spinoff. It takes away the core of what Charmed is instead of adding to it. I would be interested in the following spinoff ideas…
Paige training her new charges
Kyra and a “new” character we bring in at the end of #10
Leo/Cole set between seasons nine and ten X
Anonymous asked: Pat, are you sure issue 10 will get us in peace enough to give a full Charmed free month? Or you're totally aware that maybe fans will attack you until Issue 11 reaches shelves (ona certain good way)?
Pat Shand: Well, I will put out something fun during the month off that might whet readers’ appetites. X
Anonymous asked: Hi Pat, I know it's kind-of a spoiler, but is the Angel of Death's fate going to be adressed soon? He was stabbed with the (unactivated?) athame, so I doubt he was destroyed, otherwise all hell would have broken loose (again).
Pat Shand: If the Angel of Death had gotten stabbed a second time, that would be reaaaally bad. As for now, he’s fine. Probably hurting pretty bad, but
not destroyed. X
Anonymous asked: Hi Pat, are Cupids able to see bits of everyone's love life or just their charges?
Pat Shand: It depends where they are in the hierarchy. Most can only see their charges.
The Judge sees all. X
Anonymous asked: First of all, Charmed Season 10 is great! I have a question (maybe it's a request of spoiler -like you say- but I have to try ahah).. Now that Ben is in Cole's body, he have his son powers or he's just a mortal?
Pat Shand: He’s mortal. Prue could’ve given him Cole’s powers – hell, Prue could do almost (almost!) anything she wants now. But she didn’t. X
Anonymous asked: Now that Cole is back (well, his body) the fandom now has a new debate, about who is Team Prue+Cole/Ben and who's not, what do you think about it? (I'm not asking a spoiler or something about future issues, just want to know your opinion as a Charmed fan)
Pat Shand: Honestly, it struck me as really odd that it was even a debate. Prue hardly knows who Ben is, so I don’t know what’s the deal with the
assumptions they’ll be paired off. I’m not going to say where those two characters are headed, but dang – the discussing I’ve seen is almost 100% a debate about them getting
together, which is a HUGE logical leap from their only interaction so far, which was basically “Let me get you out of my brother-in-law’s body.” X
Anonymous asked: Pat i really like how ypu show Phoebe still struggling with the lose of Cole.. I think it helps readers take a step and realize that despite being one of the most powerful witches in history that she's still normal with normal emotions. I think the show sometimes rushed the grieving process. Wonderful job.
Pat Shand: I’m glad you feel that way. I noticed that a few times during the show, that the narrative would very quickly move past the mourning, especially on the
Phoebe/Cole front. Phoebe, for me, is someone who feels more deeply than others, so I think it’s important to show that. X
Anonymous asked: Well i think that the debate about the pairing of Prue and Ben is because one, if not the biggest desire of the majority of the charmed fandom, is to see Prue finally happy, alive and having her own family with her own childs ( even Paul has written about it in his book mentioning Prue's desire to have a "Prue Jr"!) and we know that the series will sadly end in 12-14 issue :) but i totally understand that for you it's crazy ! (but aren't we, us fans, crazy?!)
Pat Shand: I get you! I do, however, think that having children is currently the very, very last thing on Prue’s mind. It’s funny, a major theme of this season is
subverting the idea that marriage + children = happy ending for these characters. X
Anonymous asked: Remember the fictional issue #25's cover? Should we forget about it or you still have plans for it?
Pat Shand: I tried to get it included in the trade, tried to get it used for an issue… it just never works out. X
Exciting news! CharmedComicFan10 is going to have an interview with Elisa Féliz!
Here is your part: Submit your questions in the sidebar page or in the comments below.
You can submit a total of 3 Qs.
Submit your questions until Sunday (8/9/2015) when i will pick a selection of them for the interview.
P.S By submiting Qs you agree that if picked they may be slightly altered (the wording, not the meaning) or combined with others but you will surely be credited for them in the final interview.
Under the cut you can read my interview with Pat Shand talking about the events of #10!
Please note that the interview contains spoilers.
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Charmed Season 10 #10 is out today!
For those who want to buy #10 digitally, the issue is now available from Comixology.
The discussion/spoilers page is now open.
Charmed #1 was released 5 years ago today continuing the adventures of our favorite witches!
Remember when we were speculating about a vine demon making an appearence based on the cover?
Have a throwback Tuesday and read Charmed #1 for free from Newsarama.
David Seidman posted a cropped image of the Charmed S10 #13 cover on Instagram.
#13 will be the first issue of the 3rd arc of Season 10. Titled "Court of Love" with interiors by guest artist Giorgia Sposito.
Publisher: ZENESCOPE ENTERTAINMENT INC
(W) Pat Shand (A) Elisa Feliz (CA) David Seidman
In Shops: 10/7/2015
#10: The Curious Case of Benjamin Turner #11: Fear Always Comes Back #12: Virtue
#13: Court of Love
Anonymous asked: Hi Pat, is there anything you can share about Kareem? He is just mortal, right?
Pat Shand: Nope, Kareem is a witch! X
Anonymous asked: Could Prue being in Patience's body be the en cause of the problems, in recent issues or does the evil book have something to do with it?
PS: #12 should be an interesting issue for you! X
Anonymous asked: Do you already know how ypu want this season to end and how the ending will set the pace for next season? I love this season and your your awesome!!
PS: Hey! I’m glad you’re enjoying it. The end of the season definitely doesn’t set up a subsequent season, because there probably won’t be one. It’s a very definitive ending.
I’m thoroughly outlined through #18, scene by scene. I’ve written through #11. I have a list of beats I want to hit in the final arc and a few scenes from the finale, but I want to keep it
organic because #18 is such a game changer that I’ll want to write that before diving into that final outline. It’ll inform every scene in the rest of the season. X
Anonymous asked: Hi Pat! last year you said that you would probably update some characters to the regular status during the run of the season. Is it the case with Tyler and Kareem?
PS: Yep! Tyler, Kareem, and Prue are in probably every issue moving forward. X
Anonymous asked: Will we see Elizabeth Turner in the comics?
PS: Beyond flashbacks, no. X
Anonymous asked: Hi Pat! What do you think of the relationship between Paige and her biological father Sam? It always bugged me how the writers on the show had a character that could potentially be a source of growth for Paige (and a great connection to the sister's family since he must have been around when they were kids), and used him once every three years. Do you have any plans for him?
PS: I think Sam is a character with a lot of pathos. He was one of my favorites of the recurring cast, though I do think Sam’s spirit leaving with Patty was a great ending to the character. I
don’t know if I would’ve brought him back. But they did, so now the good part about is that I have access to him. I’m going to be plotting out the specifics of the final arc of Season 10 soon
enough, so he might fit in there, but it won’t be in a huge role. A big part of Season 10 so far has been expanding the main cast, so a lot of the second half of the season will be balancing
everything I’ve introduced and paying off all of their arcs. So, in short, maybe/I’d like to/we’ll see! X
Anonymous asked: I don't know why but as of late I've been a helpless romantic and all I can talk about, think about, etc is Love! I also have been burnt so Im guarded... this leads me to asking about Coop- I'm super interested in the cupid mythology and of love- is this what the cupid one shot is going to be about?!
PS: Hey! I definitely spoke too soon by calling it a Coop/cupid one-shot. It’s more like a relationship one-shot. It acts as the fulcrum of the season, balancing the set-up that came in #1-12
with the payoff coming in the second half of the season. It’s sending the characters off on their final journeys for the season, sort of emotionally defining who they are and where they’re
going to go. It’s framed by a Phoebe/Coop story, but there is just as much Piper/Leo, Paige/Henry, and… other characters, who I won’t mention here. X
Anonymous asked: 2 quetions Pat, 1) how is the coexistence between you and all the S10 crew. 2) if you could do ANYTHING you want (either change something from past seasons, or add) with laws free (likenesses, rights, CBS approval and all of that) on this season, what would it be?
PS: My relationship with the Charmed team is interesting, because I’m functioning as writer, editor, and an in-between to CBS. I have to give them more notes than I would normally give if I was just writing the book, because I’m playing three distinct roles. I haven’t had the pleasure of meeting Elisa, Valentina, Dimat, or Giorgia in person yet – maybe at a convention in the future.
And as far as if I could do anything, I mean… I kinda am. I’ve only ever gotten one note that changed my plans, and I agreed with it. The only thing I’d do differently if there were no rules would be page count. I’d do longer issues and shorter issues based on a whim. I’ve got the rhythm of a 22 page comic down, so it comes naturally to me, but if I had the freedom to do so, I would expand here and there to give the stories and scenes the extra space to breathe, to really give it that full episode feel. But honestly, I don’t really care about the likeness thing right now – I love the Prue/Patience story, so I don’t feel that it’s limiting to me.
I guess the only other thing is – and this is a bit cheeky – is that, were there no guidelines, I wouldn’t outline, and I would just put gibberish in the solicits. I’d love the freedom to
write whatever I want, to change plots last minute, to switch issues around on a whim. It’s impossible in licensed and company-owned comics, because an outline is essentially a promise
made that I intend on keeping, but I’d love to just go in with a far, far rougher idea and let loose. I honestly doubt anything would change, because the plotting has all come very
natural, but I am also naturally inclined to avoid plotting story much at all, if I don’t have to. I prefer to follow character. X
Anonymous asked: any news of a possible Charmed Halloween or Christmas special issue? (I'd rather xmas because we never got to see an episode on the tv show)
PS: No, there won’t be any special issues. It’ll be a 22 or 24 issue season with no spinoffs. There might be a special extra issue if I end the season at 22. It depends on how the
plotting for Volume Four goes. X
Anonymous asked: i thought that the number of issues for this season would be 24 like season 9? there might be one or two issues less? :(
PS: It depends. I don’t want to stretch the story out longer than it has to be, so it’ll be between 22 and 24. Probably 24, but either 22 or 23 is possible. X
Pat Shand: Charmed #13 has narration from all four sisters, as well as a secret fifth character. It's, in a way, the season's fulcrum. X
Pat Shand: The same way that #6 is essentially a Phoebe one-shot, #11 is a Paige one-shot, #12 is a Prue one-shot, and #13 is a relationship one-shot with a bit of a heavier lean on
Coop/Phoebe than the other two couples. X
PS: Hey guys. The Wasteland is a big, vast area. Just like there are vanquished demons there, there are also creatures indigenous to it, just like every plane of existence. If we can buy a
gigantic creature devouring essences, I think we can buy a bunch of lesser, Wasteland-born, Belthazor-obsessive demons.
And as far as absorbing power, not all demons (or humans, or anything) are as resourceful or ambitious as Cole. X
In Shops: 8/26/2015 (Not sure if this will be the final release date since there is supposed to be a break in August)
Below is the completed cover. Paige's design has changed a bit from when we first saw it.
Completed Cover Previous
Pat Shand mentions this in my latest interview with him but for those who may not have seen it because you avoid spoilers, the release date for Charmed Season 10 #10 has
Previews has now changed the date to July 22, 2015.
By the way, Charmed is included in Robyn Hood #11 (also written by Pat Shand). In the issue that was just released Robyn and
Marian visit NYCC! Fun!
Under the cut you can read my interview with Pat Shand talking about the events of both #8 and #9!
Please note that the interview contains spoilers.
Click "Read More" below to continue.
Charmed Season 10 #9 is out today!
I opened the spoilers/discussion page here.
Visit CharmedComicFan10 later today to read my interview with Pat Shand on #8 and #9.
Charmed Season 10 #8 is out today!
I opened the spoilers/discussion page here.
It's CharmedComicFan's anniversary today!
The site was created on May 18th, 2010 to share the latest news for the upcoming Season 9 comics!
With Season 10 now running and the novels coming soon, things are looking great for us Charmed fans!
Thank you all very much for visiting!
Anonymous asked: Hi Pat, You are great because you are so close to the charmedfans! Im so excited about charmed season 10 and i enjoyed all issues so far except issue 6 because i think its was a little boring (no action scenes). I like the relationship between Cole and Phoebe and issue 5 was my favorite! I want to ask you why Piper didn't has any storylines this season,she didn't even use her powers anymore. Will she use anytime soon her power to revert molecules back to their original form? Thank you.
Pat Shand: Only six issues in and you’ve already decided that Piper isn’t getting an arc this season, huh? Seems hasty. Anyway, Piper has been using her powers all season. She’s done
molecular immobilization, combustion, and acceleration multiple times. I’m not going to have her do molecular reversion this season, however, because she was only able to access that power at the
height of her possible future strength at the end of Season Nine. X
Anonymous asked: If someone else killed knox (say last season he got killed in the cross fire during thematic switch) would kose have died too or did it only work one way meaning if only kose get's killed then knox died too but not the other way around. Also - say someone else killed knox- would the agreement somehow still been on (or say leo got killed by someone would the charmed ones still be bound to help knox or would the agreement been broken)
PS: I think death on either end would nullify the agreement, but Kose may have dark enough magic that he could do some sort of bind on Knox’s soul even after it passes
in. Knox, however, wouldn’t do the same to Leo. X
Anonymous asked: Mr Shand! This new issue is amazing! I wanted to ask because in the comics, not draw the tattoos of Piper and Phoebe. Actually, the tattoos are Holly Marie Combs and Alyssa Milano. But to look like based on the appearance of the actresses, should draw them tattoos. Thank you for this spectacular Season 10!
PS: Okay, so, this is such a strange thing about the tattoos. For some reason, they are the easiest things to miss! For example, I remember that the biggest complaint about
the Buffy and Angel comics were the fact that Angel and Faith’s tattoos were constantly missing. In Charmed, it’s completely my fault. I have to talk to CBS to see
if we want to start using them or if it’s too late to add them in now. X
Anonymous asked: Pat, my first: the 10x07 it´s awesome! Good Script and good drawings.
PS: Thanks! I love this message because I was honestly a bit nervous about #7. After it went to print, I began to wonder if I tried to cram too much in, if it should’ve been a two-issue
arc instead of a one-shot. I try to balance the fact that this is a comic book that needs to be a visually striking story with the desire to give y’all an episode’s worth of content every month.
I was a bit unsure how I did this time, so I’m glad you’re liking it. X
Anonymous asked: The titles you announced- are they a play on words or puns like the other titles? I cant tell
PS: #11 is a direct reference to a previous villain and 12 references a popular quote: “Patience is a virtue.” Take from that what you will! X
Anonymous asked: completley hypothetical... if season 11 were to happen and they asked you to stay on as editor (but not writer) would you?
PS: While I would be flattered by the offer, it would be an emphatic no. Editing a licensed property is a singularly difficult task, and coming off of both an editorial and writing
position in Season Ten, I wouldn’t have it in me. A season is such a commitment, and I feel that all I can give Charmed is my 100% all, heart/soul/etc, for one season. X
Anonymous asked: I'm very curious about the process - what makes a licensed material like charmed more difficult or different than say robyn hood.
PS: Great question. The short of it is the approval process. After I get a script for Robyn Hood or Wonderland approved, the only one who gives notes on the art is
me. On Robyn Hood especially, because I’m also writing it, it’s a very fluid process. On Wonderland, the writer (Erica J. Heflin) might chime in, or on either title, the art
director (Chris Cote) may have a rare note. But it’s a very quick and straightforward process. With a licensed property, after I approve something on my end – from a plot to a script to pencils
to colors to letters to a cover mock-up – it has to then be approved by the licensor. It’s an entirely different process with things I just don’t have to worry about on other titles, such as
likenesses or longterm continuity. It’s a rewarding experience and I love CBS – I couldn’t ask for better licensors. They’re smart, kind, fair, and they treat me like one of their own! It’s
really a time thing. Honestly, the only reason I can fit editing that book into my schedule is because I’m also writing it, so it streamlines my process a bit. Editing another writer on
Charmed would be impossible for me if I wanted to keep writing other titles, and writing will always be my main priority. Hope this makes sense! X
Anonymous asked: can't believe you're pairing Prue and Kyra!!! My favorite sister and one of my favorite recurring character! if someone told me something like that would happen when i was watching season 7 in 2004-2005, i would never have believed it! it's just the perfection! THANKS!
PS: They’re two of my favorites as well! It felt like such a natural fit to me. X
Anonymous asked: Oh my god you're doing a research about Prue and Barbas, and from my favorite episode ever, Shannen was so wonderful, and the swimming pool scene was so emotional, like the very end of the episode were she's in the attic!!! Prue, the sister who was a affraid to say i love you is back, can't believe it...I fall in love with her since this moment :) Please please please make Prue kick Barbas' ass, i need to see this :)) Thanks for bringing him back <3
PS: The Prue/Barbas relationship is really interesting to me, and I think the issue will surprise everyone. X
Anonymous asked: Hi Pat! are we gonna see soon Elise again? In issue 6 even if it was short, she was great :)
PS: Yeah, she is in #8! X
Anonymous asked: on a scale from 1-10 how much is charmed 8 rocking the fandom on it's release... also will we be seeing a new "picture" now that prue is back... prue piper phoebe had their sister picture... and we saw multiple ones of piper phoebe and paige throughout the series s1-8... it's time for one with all the sisters
PS: That’s a super hard question to answer, because there is no way to gauge that really… But each issue in the next arc really tries to outdo its predecessor with the shock factor. The
surprises all come from a place of character and heart rather than twists for twists sake though! X
Anonymous asked: I dream of a Prue one-shot. Pretty please?
PS: No one-shots are on the slate… but #12 is Prue-centric! X
Anonymous asked: I'm fine with Charmed ending after s10. It has to end sooner or later, and we got five more years worth of stories thanks to you guys, so I've made my peace with it. That said, how do you approach being the one that has to craft a fitting series finale after 10 seasons? Do you already have something in mind? Not asking for spoilers (I know by now that you won't give them anyway), just wondering how you feel about it and what's the thought process behind it all.
PS: I have a lot of it figured out, definitely. As far as essentially ending a series after ten seasons, my thoughts on the finale – and the season as a whole piece of work – were
inspired by Scott Snyder on Batman. Every story arc he’s done, he’s told the ultimate Batman story, and he’s said that in interviews. He never pulls any punches, because why
would he – he’s writing Batman! The core of it, though, is that Snyder writes what he wants to read, and the fans follow. That’s how I’m doing this season. I’m examining what I care about
in Charmed and what I have to say about these characters, and I’m doing it! I hope fans are satisfied by the end, but I honestly can’t let myself think much about that! X
Paul Ruditis announced this on Twitter:
Secret project reveal today! I can finally let the Kit out of the bag! I mean CAT! Let the CAT out of the bag! Don’t know WHY I
To everyone I ever told it was ridiculous to think that I’d ever write another CHARMED novel, I apologize. I was wrong. So very wrong. CHARMED: THE WAR ON WITCHES 1st ebook in a new line based on the TV show! Pubbed by @HarperCollinsCa & @JoeBooksCo http://www.harpercollins.ca/press-releases/16/harpercollinscanada-set-to-publish-e-books-based-on-hit-tv-series … CHARMED: THE WAR ON WITCHES takes place between seasons 9 & 10 of comic books. Meaning: Everyone alive then? Still alive! Sisters united! Whew. Been holding on to that secret for like two years now. More information to come soon!
HarperCollinsCanada Set to Publish e-Books Based On Hit TV Series
Ghost Whisperer and Charmed to release this spring and summer
TORONTO—HarperCollinsCanada announced today that the company will publish original content based on popular, long-running TV shows, starting with Ghost Whisperer and Charmed. Licensed by CBS Consumer Products, the content will be published initially as e-book novels, serials and collections, starting this spring, with the addition of printed books in the future. E-books will be made available world-wide.
"The reading experience gives these already hugely popular shows a completely new dimension," said Steve Osgoode, Vice President of Digital Product at HarperCollinsCanada. "Books are the perfect medium for these wonderful storylines to endure and flourish for years to come."
Content for all the properties will be developed by Toronto-based packager Joe Books, a company known for its expertise in television, movies, music, books and cross-platform media.
"We've crafted these stories to appeal to die-hard fans and newcomers alike," said Jody Colero, President at Joe Books. "It is exciting to see how they evolve and take on new possibilities. I'm really looking forward to seeing how fans react."
The first Charmed novel, The War on Witches, is written by Paul Ruditis, the author of numerous companion books and novels for TV shows like Battlestar Galactica, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Star Trek, The Walking Dead and The West Wing. He co-authored both of the official Charmed episode guides along with writing several earlier Charmed novels and the New York Times bestselling comic book series revealing the show's "unaired" ninth season. The War on Witches will be on sale May 26, and the first Ghost Whisperer novel will be on sale this summer.
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Having won the ultimate battle against the forces of darkness, Piper, Phoebe, and Paige, The Charmed Ones, are looking forward to a hard-earned, peaceful future. But when Phoebe’s
former love, Cole, returns from the dead and the sisters are reunited with Prue, now imprisoned at the magical convergence between the realms, a dangerous new threat emerges.
As seemingly normal mortals violently steal the magic of witches, The Charmed Ones must shield their kind while protecting themselves from a modern-day witch hunt.
Charmed: The War on Witches continues the story of the Halliwell witches, picking up where the hit television series, Charmed, left off. With only the Book of Shadows to guide them, the Halliwell sisters are the fulfillment of their ancestor Melinda Warren’s prophecy that three sisters descending from her line would become the most powerful witches of all time. As The Charmed Ones, the sisters use the Power of Three to protect the innocent and banish evil from the Earthly realm.
[w] Pat Shand [a] Eliza Feliz & Dimat [c] Valentina Cuomo [l] Jim Campbell & Christy Sawyer [e] Paul Ruditis [cover] David Seidman [trade design] Christopher Cote
The Power of Three was threatened when their dead sister, Prue, was resurrected in the body of a coma patient. For a time, the sisters' magic was thrown off balance... but now, having relinquished the Power of Three, Prue has been imbued with the magic of the Nexus of the All, a mystical convergence with untold potential. Though the Power of Three is once again in harmony, Prue must never leave the location of the Nexus, or the sanctity of magic as a whole will be compromised.
Charmed Season 10 Volume 1 is out today!
The Volume collects Charmed Season 10 #1-6
Price: $15.99 ($19.99 CAN) / Page Count: 156 / Format: Softcover, Full Color
Since there are no bonus content - spoilers in the volume, feel free to discuss about it in the comments below.
Release Date: 4/29/15.
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