Thursday, September 22, 2011

Sequential Pulp Comics redraws adaptation of Fredric Brown's classic 1955 Sci-Fi dark comedy novel Martians, Go Home

Sequential Pulp Comics and Dark Horse Comics recently announced that a six-issue comic book adaptation of science fiction author Fredric Brown’s classic 1955 dark comedy novel Martians, Go Home, which was shelved in late 2009, is being redrawn as a graphic novel for publication in 2012.

Writer Martin Powell, whose career was inspired by author Ray Bradbury and who has corresponded with the literary legend over the years, is still involved in the project and is teaming up with artist, science buff, and family man Lowell Isaac, who replaces the original artist, Mike Manley.

Martians, Go Home — You'll never think of alien invasion the same way again!

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