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After the cancellation of Razorline, Barker sold the television and film rights of the Ectokid series to Nickelodeon Movies and Paramount Pictures in 2001. The film was set to have Barker, Don Murphy, and Nickelodeon's Albie Hecht and Julia Pistor as producers, Joe Daley as executive producer, and Karen Rosenfelt overseeing development at Paramount. Barker would also act as executive producer of the television series, with Daley and Murphy as producers. Talking to Daily Variety, Barker explained that his aim was to create "a franchisable world" for the studio, "of great, transcendent beauty; one that reconfigures people's expectations of what ghosts are, of what comes after death."


The plot would've followed a similar storyline to the comics.

Why It Was Cancelled[]

  1. The Walt Disney Company bought Marvel Comics in 2009.


  • As of November 2018, no further information regarding both the film and the television series surfaced, presumably both were cancelled.