The producer of 300 and The Dark Knight, Thomas Tull, The Tower Chronicles is a collective title from Legendary Entertainment that is made up of three separate books, making up a trilogy. The first of which will be written by Matt Wagner. Recently announced at San Diego Comic Con, the publisher revealed that a second title, “Shadow Walk”, will be co-written by Mark Waid and Max Brooks (writer of World War Z), taking place in the same universe. Unfortunately, you have to wait until 2013 for that one. Below you can check out a lengthy preview of “The Tower Chronicles” which is due out in September.
WRITTEN BY: Thomas Tull and Matt Wagner
ART BY: Simon Bisley and Rodney Ramos
PUBLISHER: Legendary Entertainment
Featuring a lead character created by Legendary Chairman and CEO Thomas Tull, Executive Producer of 300 & The Dark Knight, and developed by Tull and Matt Wagner (Grendel, Mage), THE TOWER CHRONICLES creates a new mythology on familiar worlds through a unique take on the bounty hunter storyline. The collective title of a series comprising three books to be released in multiple volumes, the all-new IP sets the standard for future releases from Legendary. The trilogy explores the history and contemporary adventures of John Tower, a supernatural bounty hunter with a grim and secretive past that haunts his every action. Written by Wagner and featuring stunning art by acclaimed 2000 AD & Lobo artist Simon Bisley, THE TOWER CHRONICLES will set a new standard in supernatural action/adventure. Additionally, each cover of the series will be drawn by a world-renowned creator, beginning with the first cover which was done by Jim Lee.
The ashcan will be officially unveiled during Comic-Con International 2012 Preview Night at the Legendary Entertainment booth when it is displayed for the first time on a large screen LG Electronics HD TV. In the ashcan, we get our first glimpse of John Tower on the job hunting down a mysterious creature.
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