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IDW’s Serial Killer ‘Night Mary’ Being Adapted

Animal Logic has picked up film rights to IDW Publishing’s graphic novel Night Mary, a mystery/horror comic created by Rick Remender and Kieron Dwyer. The story follows teenager Mary Specter, a lucid dreamer who enters the nightmares of disturbed patients at her father’s sleep disorder clinic to try and help them. When one patient turns out to be a serial killer, nightmare and waking reality blend in dangerous ways. San Diego-based IDW publishes Hasbro’s “Transformers” and “G.I. Joe,” Paramount’s “Star Trek,” the BBC’s “Doctor Who” and CBS’ “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.” IDW horror series “30 Days of Night” was adapted into a feature that Sony released in 2007.



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