Look what I got today hot off the presses!  It's the TV Guide/Warner Brothers 2016 Comic Con Special Edition of the magazine.  I did manage to get the really pretty one of Sam and Dean on the cover!  

Supernatural got five pages in this edition.  There's a Behind the Scenes look at "Baby," a two page profile on the Super Women of "Supernatural", and interview with Mark Sheppard, and a "Burning Questions" preview asking what to expect in season 12.  

I'm sure you all are reading that going, "Shut up Alice, get to the spoilers!"  I'm going to warn, it's very spoilery light.  It does share some interesting information though.  These are excerpts from the TV Guide "Burning Questions" article.  All credit goes to Marisa Roffman and Ileane Rudolph. 

What do the British Men of Letters want?

The British Men of Letters haven't allowed a "Supernatural" related death in their territory since 1965. One of their members, Lady Toni Bevell, made quite an entrance, showing up in the Winchesters' Kansas bunker and shooting at Sam.  Though his character is the target, Padalecki understands where she is coming from. "She really thinks of Sam and Dean as villains," he says.  "To her, they started the apocalypse and nearly got God killed."

Who will save Sam?

Castiel will be "extremely motivated to get Sam back," executive producer Andrew Dabb says.  "He does things we know Cas is capable of but we haven't seen him do in recent years." 

What does the return of the boys' mother mean? 

Mary learns "these two kids [she left behind] have grown up into men who are hunters - something she tried to avoid," Dabb says.  "She's kind of their mother in name only.  She's meeting her sons again, but they are not what she expected in some ways, she is not what they expected."  

Where the hell is Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino)?

"Cas feels like it's his mission to try and make that right," Singer says.  Crowley is also on Lucifer's trail, but unlike the Winchesters and Castiel, he doesn't merely want to stop him, he wants payback for humilating him in front of his former minions," Dabb says.  I think it's very personal for Crowley, in a way a lot of stuff isn't."  

What's next for Rowena (Ruth Connell)?

The Scottish witch...may take her wicked ways down a notch now that she "has seen that being all-powerful isn't all it's cracked up to be," Singer says.  "But one always has to be suspicious of Rowena." 

Check for this edition on the newstands.  It says that it hits newstands July 19th, but some places are putting them out early.  There are spoilers for lots of other WB shows too like "Blindspot," "The Flash," "Supergirl," "Arrow," "Gotham," "The Big Bang Theory," "The 100," "The Vampire Diaries," "iZombie," "Lucifer," and "The Originals" as well as previews for new shows "People of the Earth," "Frequency," "Time After Time," "Riverdale," and "Powerless."