Bluewater's best selling comic book and graphic novel series "Logan's Run" returns with an all new action packed sequel, "Logan's Run: Aftermath"
This new ongoing series hits stores this week with the mind bending first issue that promises to keep readers hooked for the entire length of this epic series.
The new series is described as, The Thinker is destroyed and the world is in chaos, but Logan wants nothing to do with it. But the world isn't done with him yet and when the lives of Jessica and his son Jaq are put in jeopardy, Logan must once again don his armor. LOGAN'S RUN: AFTERMATH continues Logan's epic journey as he races towards an uncertain destiny.
Logan's Run creator, William F. Nolan said, “The new Logan series from Bluewater is extremely satisfying. I could not be happier with their treatment and eagerly look forward to new issues”.
This new ongoing series, written by Paul J. Salamoff and illustrated by Phillip Simpson will definitely be a hit among fans of the past "Logan's Run" series, as well as fans new to this particular title.
"Logan thought he was finished with the world after the events of LAST DAY, but his journey hasn't even begun". Says writer Paul J. Salamoff. In AFTERMATH, when Jessica and his son Jaq are put in mortal danger, his exploits takes him down a dark and bloody path that unleashes a terrible violence that has been boiling inside him since his birth. AFTERMATH uses elements from LOGAN'S WORLD, the 2nd book in the LOGAN'S RUN Trilogy but also takes Logan on a new direction that opens up the entire LOGAN'S RUN Universe.
Issue #2 of “Aftermath” follows at the end of June. The standard 22-page issue retails for $3.99. It will be available at comic book retail outlets.
To make sure you get your copy, contact your local comic book store to pre-order it. To find a comic book store near you go to download one of the ComicBookBin apps.
Colonial Radio Theater have entered into an agreement with the comic book publishers Bluewater Productions to produce "Logan's Run - Last Day". Based on the classic book by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson, and a screenplay by Paul J. Salamoff.