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Legendary Comics Announces Release Dates for The Tower Chronicles: DreadStalker and A Town Called Dragon

18 June 2014 10:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Earlier today we shared a preview of Legendary Comics' Annihilator, and now we're back with word on two more projects they're releasing soon: The Tower Chronicles: DreadStalker and A Town Called Dragon.

We've mentioned DreadStalker previously, but now Legendary has a firm release date for Issue #1, which you'll find below.

As for A Town Called Dragon, it's not pure horror, but it does sound intriguing so we've included it here as well.

The Tower Chronicles: Dreadstalker #1

Story by Matt Wagner

Art/Cover by Simon Bisley

Release Date: August 13, 2014 / 32 pages

Synopsis:

He Lives To Kill The Dead.

The supernatural bounty hunter John Tower returns in this thrilling new monthly series from writer Matt Wagner (Mage, Grendel) and artist Simon Bisley (Lobo).

After thwarting a demonic possession and tearing a mystic artifact away from the clutches of the Brotherhood of the Rose, Tower believes himself one step closer to his mysterious goals. »

- Debi Moore

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‘Brotherhood of the Rose’ Plucked by ‘Mummy’ Producer (Exclusive)

25 March 2014 10:51 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Sean Daniel and Jason F. Brown have acquired feature and TV rights to spy thriller “The Brotherhood of the Rose,” previously developed as a 1989 NBC miniseries.

Also producing are Stephen Michael, Eric Bromberg and Matthew Lindner through their newly minted Bare Knuckle Media partnership focused on development of literary properties.

Cliff Dorfman, whose credits include “Warrior” and “The Crow,” is in discussions to adapt.

The story centers on two orphans raised by a CIA operative to be assassins, only to become targets themselves. David Morrell’s novel was published in 1984, with the NBC mini following five years later and starring Robert Mitchum, Peter Strauss and Connie Sellecca (pictured above).

The project had been been in development at Warner Bros. in 2009 with Channing Tatum attached to star.

Daniel has produced over 30 films, including the “Mummy” franchise, “Tombstone,” “Dazed and Confused” and most recently “The Best Man Holiday.”

The Sean Daniel Co. »

- Dave McNary

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