Locke and Key Co-Creator Teases SDCC Announcement

Locke & Key co-creator Gabriel Rodriguez has shared a tantalizing tease for the IDW Publishing series. The artwork shows a key being placed into a lock, with the letters K and H inscribed on the key handle.

While the tease could be for the upcoming live-action Netflix adaptation, Rodriguez's "#SDCC" caption more than likely means it will be a new announcement concerning the comic series, taking place at Comic-Con International in San Diego.

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Locke & Key tells the story of the Locke family siblings of Tyler, Kinsey and Bode as their mother moves them into the Key House after their father dies. When they arrive, the kids find keys that open up different doors in the house that leads to spectacular and dangerous places. Meanwhile, a demon living under the home has his eyes set on Bode, the youngest child, as it tries to gain access to the keys and control of the house.

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Rodriguez also shared the news that Netflix was picking up the series in July of 2018, tweeting, "so, now IT'S official...#LOCKE&Key #Netflix."

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Writer/creator Joe Hill is the son of Stephen King and famous for his novels Heart-Shaped Box, The Fireman and Horns, which was adapted into a directed by Alex Aja and starring Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple.

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