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Pacific Rim: Tales from the Drift miniseries coming to Legendary Comics

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Dulani Wilson 26th March, 2015 Comics
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pacific rim banner. the action pixel. @theactionpixelIf you’re looking for a new monster story in November, you better focus your attention towards earth as a four issue miniseries bas on the film Pacific Rim is set for a conjuring up from Legendary Comics.

The Bunker creator Joshua Hale Fialkov will be at the forefront of the invasion of the comic shelves.

The series is entitled Pacific Rim: Tales From the Drift and will tie-in with the narrative of the feature film. Pacific Rim screenwriter and Pacific Rim: Tales From Year Zero graphic novelist Travis Beacham is set to pen the story while Marcos Marz will be the chief graphic novel’s illustrator. Images below are from issue one, page 2 and 3:pacific rim. tales from the drift issue one page 2. the action pixel. @theactionpixelpacific rim. tales from the drift issue one page 3. the action pixel. @theactionpixel legendary comics

Description reads:

Following the best-selling graphic novel Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero, Legendary takes you back to the frontlines of a larger-than-life battleground with Pacific Rim: Tales From the Drift, the official new comic series presented by director Guillermo del Toro and Pacific Rim screenwriter Travis Beacham.

Prepare to do battle with all-new Kaiju creatures in this thrilling continuation of the Pacific Rim universe.

The series comes from writer Joshua Fialkov (The Bunker, I, Vampire, Elk’s Run) and features artwork by Marcos Marz (Batman Confidential, Blackest Night: JSA).

Presented by: Guillermo del Toro
Story by: Travis Beacham
Writer: Joshua Fialkov
Artist: Marcos Marz
Colorist: Marcelo Maiolo
Format: 4 issue monthly series
Price: $3.99 single-issue cover price

Pacific Rim: Tales From the Drift is set for release via Legendary Comics on November 2015

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