In anticipation of Comic-Con@Home event, taking place later this month, and in the ground “is a ground-breaking slate of upcoming original graphic novels, and media projects,” Humanoids today, it announced a three-book deal, by Eisner-Nominated writer and artist, His Due. The people, the Release Angelesa publisher of science fiction and fantasy to graphic novels to be published, and Due to ‘ s a graphic novel Countwith a bold, science-fiction adaptation of the classic story The Count of Monte Cristo. in March of 2021. The issuer will announce the details of the other two books in at a later date. At the same time, the People, the announcement of the new Humanoise Podcast, hosted by Editor Mark Waid and past, Paste, Comic, Magazine editor, Sean, Edgar, and a creative luminaire that is inspired by the owner of the estate, including the Deadpool and Character: Dark Destiny the director is Tim Miller, The Color of the Room the director, Richard Stanley, and I Am A Mother director Grant Sputore.
“Ibrahim Moustafa” s Count it is amazing,” he said to the People Editor Mark Waid. “Both a classic text and is brought up to a modern sensibility, with a wide-screen storytelling, and clever to find it. This book is a practical guide to the size and type of the graphic novels that we will publish in the coming months and years to come.”
Count it follows the adventures of a Redxan Samud. Accused of high treason, and unjustly detained in the hands of a jealous and corrupt magistrates, Redxan Samud released the breathtaking album-a prison with only one thing in mind: revenge. Samud sets out to dismantle the lives of those who have wronged him in the disguise of a Man of Status and a new vast fortune at his disposal, and his Automaton retainer Unit (Aru) at his side. But if the collateral damage is accumulating, Samud, it is caught in the middle of using his wealth for the well-being of the people, for the pursuit of the revenge he so desperately desires.
“People have always been at the forefront of the publisher’s beautifully produced, creative and graphic novels,” said Ibrahim Moustafa. “I am very proud to COUNT on being added to the pantheon, and to be thankful for in a long-term commitment to publishing the kinds of stories I want to tell you.”
“With all of what’s happening in the publishing world at this moment in time, we felt that it was important to let the creative community know that the People is to be open for business and looking for transgressive, thought-provoking graphic novels,” said Waid. “And that’s just the start of it. It is still too early for you to have a lot more to do than to tease our the 2021 slate for next year, but it was fascinating to see so many creative voices, joining with the Humans.”
Other than that, it is the next podcast will be hilarious icons, such as Brian Michael Bendis and Matt Fraction, who will join up-and-coming voices, such as Helen Mullane for an endless swim through sci-fi, fantasy, and horror. The full episode will debut in mid-July.
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