After recently first pictures of Robert Kirkman’s horror series “Outcast” were revealed, the somber trailer at Comic-Con premiered celebrated now.

Based on the Kirkman-created comic of the same name, Outcast focuses on the Patrick Fugit-portrayed-Kyle Barnes. Possessed by the forces of evil his whole life, the series follows Barnes as he tries to discover why he is so cursed and what it means. Gabriel Bateman co-stars in the show.

With the Adam Wingard directed pilot kicking things off, Outcast is set to debut next year. Before the panel started, they showed a video with the absent Kirkman explaining the concept of the show. “Like The Walking Dead, we come at things from a different angle,” he said of the horror series.

Today’s panel featured Wingard, Black, Fugit and fellow cast members Philip Glenister and Wrenn Schmidt. Recovering from throat surgery, Kirkman cancelled his multi-project SDCC earlier this week – though he did send an Outcast shout-out online earlier on Saturday.

With the hit series “the walking dead” the artist Robert Kirkman celebrated great successes, now an another comic learns penned an adaptation of the series. This time the people but not on a zombie plague have to suffer, but supernatural phenomena such as demons of hell do the lives of the protagonists. Although the first trailer of “outcast” reveals a rather desolate and deserted environment.

The series concerns the young man Kyle barns (Patrick Fugit), who is possessed by a demon throughout his life. With the help of Reverend Anderson (Philip Glenister), which itself must grapple with his personal demons, Kyle embarks on a journey, to find his answers questions and to be able to lead a normal life without supernatural Companion. However, he makes a discovery that goes far beyond the fate of his own future.
Outcast First Trailer For The New Series Of Horror Of The Walking Dead

In addition to Patrick Fugit (“gone girl”) and Philip Glenister (“Bel Ami”) Gabriel Bateman (“stalker”) will play an eight year old boy from the neighborhood. The Director Adam Wingard staged the first episode (“you’re next”), was a specific launch date which has series of the U.S. channel Cinemax still not announced, announced their broadcast for 2016.