Director Kevin Munroe announced on his official blog that Dead of Night has officially been retitled to Dylan Dog: Dead Of Night, a great move considering it’s an adaptation of the Italian comic book series “Dylan Dog”. The story has been moved from London, where Sclavi had originally set it, to present-day New York. Dylan Dog (Brandon Routh) is forced back into his nightmare investigations after he is approached by a woman who claims to have seen her father brutally murdered by a mysterious creature. With his street smart, his gun and a set of paranormal weapons, Dylan attempts to restore order both above and below ground.
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