Like the original content put out by his business partner Netflix, Mark Millar’s Chrononauts sequel will be entirely binge-able.
Millar will drop all four issues of Chrononauts: Futureshock on October 30. The series will be illustrated by Eric Canete, given that original artist and co-creator Sean Murphy is off making a new Batman universe. The book, which is published by Image, will feature covers by Pasqual Ferry, with first issue variants from Canete, Ferry, Travis Charest, Kev Nowlan, and Rey Macutay. CBR had the official post-SDCC announcement while I was in a deep 11-hour sleep all throughout yesterday.
Mark Millar’s Chrononauts first series debuted in 2015 and ran for four issues. It follows a pair of geniuses learning, as its name implies, to time travel. It was optioned that same year by Universal Pictures, but there hasn’t been news in some time about the adaptation.
A solicit and covers for the new series can be found below:
Chrononauts: Futureshock is sequel to Chrononauts – created by Mark Millar and original artist Sean Gordon Murphy. After man’s first televised step into the past, Corbin Quinn and Danny Reilly now go in the opposite direction and try to reach the future. But something is stopping them and they have to find out why. Why does the Earth not seem to have a future? The answer lies with the man who taught them everything.