Fans of cult caper The Nightmare Before Christmas will be delighted to know that a sequel to the original comic book is on the way.
To mark the 25th anniversary of the Tim Burton animation, a follow-up will come out in 2018 which will follow the adventures of Jack Skellington’s dog Zero.
Tokyopop founder Stu Levy said:
What happens is that Zero gets lost, as dogs do. And along the way he gets into a lot of trouble, as dogs do.
“We’re gonna have 20 issues total, and then just like with a comic, we’re also going to have a trade paperback.
“We’re gonna have four total trade paperbacks-you guys should all be writing all this down. The first trade paperback will come out next Halloween, so one year from now, the first trade paperback will be available.”
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