NYCC 2010 Exclusive: Steve Niles Writes WULF For Atlas

NYCC 2010 Exclusive: Steve Niles on WULF

More of Ardden Entertainment's plans for their relaunch of Atlas Comics have become clear, as 30 Days of Night and Criminal Macabre writer Steve Niles will be writing Wulf starting early 2011, the publisher told Newsarama exclusively. Art by Nat Jones, who has worked with Niles on projects in the past dating back to Spawn: The Dark Ages.

Here's what Ardden co-president Brendan Deneen wrote about the title:

"Wulf will be about a barbarian who is transported by an evil sorcerer to the present day. While dealing with this strange new world, Wulf finds himself being hunted by a police officer named Lomax and also discovers that the sorcerer has followed him to the modern era, realizing how much more powerful he can become here."

The original Wulf was from the creative team of Larry Hama and Klaus Janson. Ardden Entertainment announced a partnership with Jason Goodman, grandson of Atlas founder Martin Goodman, last month to relaunch the 1970s Atlas Comics properties. Read an interview with Deneen and Goodman here.

 

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