NBC's "Revolution" Returns as Digital Comic

When NBC cancelled "Revolution" in mid-story, fans of the dystopian sci-fi series flocked to the Internet in an attempt to get the show a third season. While that campaign may not have swayed the network executives, the adventures of Monroe, Miles, Charlie and the rest will continue as a DC Comics digital series.

According to the announcement on ComicBook.com, show writers David Reed and Ryan Parrott will be joined by artist Angel Hernandez for the four-chapter series, with Eric Kripke, J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk, Rockne S. O'Bannon and Jon Favreau all involved in hammering out story details.

"Revolution" will debut Monday, May 4, with each new installment following every other week. Each chapter will debut on ComicBook.com where it will be available for one week before expanding to the show's Facebook page at facebook.com/Revolution.

There is no word on whether the series will be collected in a print edition.

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