Hugh Jackman goes to Ghostopolis

Hugh Jackman is joining the multi-comic club with a planned starring role in GHOSTOPOLIS, based on a graphic novel by Doug TenNapel. The book is upcoming from Scholastic.

The story centers on a man who works for the government’s Supernatural Immigration Task Force. His job is to send ghosts who have escaped into our world back to Ghostopolis. When a living boy accidentally is sent to the other side, the agent must team with a female ghost (and former flame) to bring him back.
TenNapel’s graphic novels are in high demand as movie projects, with nearly all of them set up at studios. His dinosaur tale “Tommysaurus Rex” is set up at Universal, “Creature Tech” at New Regency and “Monster Zoo” at Paramount.

TenNapel talks about the book a teensy bit in this thread at his forum. We couldn’t find any art so we were forced to run another picture of Hugh Jackman.



  1. YAY! Another TenNapel book! Great stuff, and deserving of greater publicity and sales!

  2. Synsidar says:

    If you thought Heidi was joking about the GHOSTOPOLIS artwork — see the first page of this Google search.


  3. I could have sworn women had decided that men with hairy chests were disgusting.

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