Amazon Studios has found its next comic book series to be adapted into a big-budget franchise. According to Hollywood ReporterImage Comics Series by Charles Soul and Ryan Brown eight billion genes The rights to it were picked up by Amazon, with the studio looking to capitalize on the producer-owned series with a movie, TV series, and more. Sol and Brown are attached to the film as executive producers, although no director or writer has yet been chosen. eight billion genes The comic is an eight-issue miniseries that launched its first issue in May, with issue #2 on sale today.
The series features a world where every single person is given a genie to fulfill a wish. On the surface it sounds surprising, but when you factor in eight billion genes and aspire to provide for all at the same time, chaos is sure to unfold. As its description states, “All hell breaks loose in a very entertaining way… and that’s just the beginning.”
eight billion genes Will be the latest comic book adaptation from Amazon Studios. The company already has a very successful boysWhich is currently streaming its third season as an animated . streaming with invincible From the walking dead Producer Robert Kirkman. a college-based spinoff of boys Already working, and live-action paper girls Brian K. Adaptation from Vaughan and Cliff Chiang is set to debut on July 29th.
Soul’s credits include work at Marvel and DC, where he wrote fan-favorite runs. she hulk And braveAs well as killing off probably the most popular X-Men death of wolverine event series. His she hulk The work with artist Javier Pulido has been cited as the inspiration for the upcoming She-Hulk: Lawyer at Law series on Disney+. Soul has been one of Marvel’s principal writers. star wars Comics Coming to its 100th Issue star wars #25. Brown has also worked for both Marvel and DC, including his creator-owned series to his credits. god hates astronauts, Sol and Brown have also collaborated on abuses Also fantasy series on Image.
“Star Wars #25 includes four brand new stories set during the runs of the previous series worked for Marvel – Darth Vader, Obi-Wan and Anakin, Poe Dameron and Rise of Kyro Ren. These are all moments that have to be told I would have kept those original comics, but I either didn’t have the space or didn’t think about them,” Soule told ComicBook.com. star wars #25. “The original creative team came back for most of them, which was really meaningful to me — and the variety of covers for the issues includes people I’ve worked with. Vader and Obi-Wan stories all the same. The title is, for reasons that will become clear. The Poe story is sad, but hopefully it’s sweet, and the Kylo story is a beat I know must have happened. Can’t wait to hear what fans think can do!”
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Reference from comicbook.com