Follow James Tynion into THE WOODS…Oh, and Doctor Robot is a Space Monkey.

Boom! Studios visual teasers have all lead to this…James Tynion (Nightwing, Talon) and Michael Dialynas (Amala’s Blade) are teaming up for THE WOODS (see below) though, really, the part that intrigues me the most was this little gem from last night…

Doctor Robot is…A Space Monkey!  No idea what this is, but you can bet I’ll be picking it up.

Dr Robot

For Immediate Release
Karen Jacobs - THE WOODS     Benjamin Stone - THE WOODS
Calder MacReady - THE WOODS     Isaac Andrews - THE WOODS
Sanami Ota - THE WOODS     Adrian Roth - THE WOODS
THE WOODS
A new series launching from BOOM! Studios in May written by James Tynion IV (Batman Eternal, Red Hood and the Outlaws) and illustrated by Michael Dialynas (Amala’s Blade, Spera).

ABOUT BOOM! STUDIOS Founded by Ross Richie in 2005, Diamond Gem Award-winning “Best Publisher” BOOM! Studios (boom-studios.com) generates a constellation of best-selling Eisner and Harvey Award-winning original and licensed comic books and graphic novels with the industry’s top talent. BOOM! Studios is the home of Mike Carey’s SUICIDE RISK, Clive Barker’s NEXT TESTAMENT and HELLRAISER, Paul Jenkins and Humberto Ramos’ FAIRY QUEST, PLANET OF THE APES, Max Bemis’ POLARITY and Mark Waid’s IRREDEEMABLE. Steven Grant’s graphic novel 2 GUNS was recently released as a feature film from Universal Pictures starring Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg. BOOM!’s all-ages imprint KaBOOM! publishes Charles Schulz’ PEANUTS, Jim Davis’ GARFIELD, Cartoon Network’s ADVENTURE TIME and REGULAR SHOW, Mike Kunkel’s HEROBEAR AND THE KID, and Roger Langridge’s Eisner Award-winning SNARKED. In June 2013, BOOM! Studios acquired Archaia Entertainment (archaia.com). Archaia is the Eisner and Harvey Award-winning graphic novel publisher of MOUSE GUARD, COW BOY, GUNNERKRIGG COURT, RUST, SPERA, JIM HENSON’S TALE OF SAND, and other many great titles. In October 2013, BOOM! Studios entered into a unique first-look relationship with 20th Century Fox, giving the studio access to its library of titles and giving the publisher access to Fox’s vast catalog of films.

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