Over at Total Dick-Head, David Gill has word on the forthcoming comic book adaptation of Philip K. Dick's iconic novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? Of course, this is the 1968 book that the film Blade Runner was based on. The first issue will have four cover versions with art by Denis Calero, Bill Sienkiewicz and Scott Keating, and Moritat. Warren Ellis is writing the first issue's back-matter, and that concerns Gill. Not me though, I'm a huge fan of Ellis's fiction and comix, and look forward to see what he comes up with in this context. "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? to Become a Comic Book Series"
UPDATE: BOOM Studios' Chip Mosher says the 24 issue series is not an adaptation of the novel but the "full text, fully illustrated." More here!
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