A drama series that was canceled by NBC will get a chance to tie up some loose ends — but not on TV. The Hollywood Reporter’s Live Feed reports that “Revolution” will be released next month as a digital comic book from DC Comics.
The release will “give resolution to the drama’s story lines that were left open-ended, Warner Bros. Television announced Wednesday. Warner Bros. Television produced the series, which NBC axed in May 2014 after a two-year run,” THR reports.
The four new chapters were written by series writers David Reed and Ryan Parrott.
“Beginning May 4, one of four separate digital chapters will be rolled out every two weeks,” THR reports. “Each of the four chapters will have a specifically designed cover, all illustrated by DC Comics artist Angel Hernandez.”