<i>Days Missing</i> Heads to TV, Film

Benderspink and Roddenberry Entertainment plan to develop the sci-fi comic Days Missing for film and television.

Published by Archaia in partnership with Roddenberry Entertainment, Days Missing revolves around extraordinary 24-hour periods that have changed the course of humanity's evolution but have been erased from human memory by an ancient being known as The Steward.

The original miniseries, which debuted in 2009, featured the work of writers Phil Hester, David Hine, Ian Edginton and Matz, and artists Frazer Young, Chris Burnham, Lee Moder and Hugo Petrus. A sequel, Days Missing: Kestus, by Hester and Dave Marquez, launched in 2010. A third miniseries is set for release this year.

“We see this as such a strong concept that it could be done as a television show and feature trilogy at the same time,” Benderspink co-founder JC Spink said in a statement.

The film will be produced by Benderspink and Rod Roddenberry and Trevor Roth.

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