Saturday December 29, 2012 2:54 pm
DC Comics Presents: Django Unchained
You’ve seen the movie, and you’ve heard all the chatter, but did you know there’s also a comic book adaptation of Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained?
It’s a five-part Vertigo series out from DC Comics. It's written by Django producer Reginald Hudlin and illustrated by R.M. Guera. The first issue boasted a cover by Jim Lee.
The whole thing is edited by my pal Jim Chadwick out of DC’s west coast office. He knows how to put together a snappy comic book.
Here’s Wired talking about it.
Here’s a nice review of the first issue.
And here’s how you can get your own copy.
Remember, the “D” is silent.
[Artwork: Django Unchained]
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