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The Talisman (comics)

The Talisman
Cover to The Talisman: The Road of Trials #1
Publication information
Publisher Del Rey
Format Ongoing series
Genre
Publication date July, 2009 – March, 2010
Number of issues 06
Creative team
Writer(s) Robin Furth
Penciller(s) Tony Shasteen
Letterer(s) Bill Tortolini
Colorist(s) Nei Ruffino
Creator(s) Stephen King & Peter Straub

The Talisman is a comic book adaptation published by Del Rey of the novel of the same name written by Stephen King and Peter Straub.[1]

The first issue, a limited edition #0, was released at Comic-Con in July 2009. This prequel issue was published in non-limited release on October 21, 2009. The script is by Robin Furth, pencils/inks by Tony Shasteen, colors by Nei Ruffino & JD Mettler, and lettering by Bill Tortolini. The cover art work is by Massimo Carnevale. A hardcover collection has been published on May 4, 2010 (ISBN 978-0345517982).

The second story arc, The Talisman: A Collision of Worlds was announced for release in June 2010 but was put on hold by the publishers and has yet to be released.[2]

Story arcs

# Title Issues Dates
1 The Talisman: The Road of Trials 6 July, 2009—March 5, 2010

References

  1. ^ http://stephenking.com/promo/talisman_0/
  2. ^ Liljas-Library: The Talisman is on hold


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