Agent Fox Mulder and Dana Scully aren’t quite finished seeking out paranormal activity for “The X-Files.”
After two movies, and nine seasons on Fox, The X-Files is slated to pick up where the latest movie left off in a new comic book series to be produced by IDW Publishing. According to the IDW press release, the new series will launch in June of 2013
"Our new series will be picking up where the second film left off, which will hopefully be as exciting for fans to read as it is for us to develop," said Chris Ryall, IDW's Chief Creative Officer/Editor-in-Chief.
The previous X-Files comics, X-Files/30 Days of Night, ceased production in 2009 but will be re-released in advance of the new series.
The iconic television show was created by Chris Carter and starred David Duchovny as Fox Mulder and Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully. The show won 16 Emmy awards and five Golden Globe awards before going off air 2002.