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Writer’s Commentary: Peter Milligan on ‘The Mummy’ #1

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Titan is launching a whole line of comics based on the Hammer Studios horror films, starting today with The Mummy #1 by Peter Milligan and Ronilson Freire. Milligan is a fascinating choice of writer for this project, best known for classic books like Shade the Changing Man and Enigma at Vertigo, and X-Statix at Marvel. Milligan writes cerebral and often surreal comics that are unlike anything else out there.

Peter Milligan has provided ComicsAlliance with an exclusive commentary for The Mummy #1. This commentary contains spoilers, so if you haven't read the issue yet, pick it up online or in stores today, and come back here for the inside line.

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The Gods Can’t Be Trusted In Hammer’s ‘The Mummy’ #1 [Preview]

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The Mummy #1, by Peter Milligan and Ronilson Freire, begins on a mythical scale and descends to the brutality of the human world, striking a balance between the two even in the few short pages of this preview, and leaving questions about which plane is driving the story.

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Titan Reveals The First Book In Its Hammer Horror Line: ‘The Mummy’ [SDCC 2016]

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Of all the shocking announcements that came out of this year's San Diego Comic-Con, the one that surprised me the most is that the first comic out of Titan's upcoming Hammer Horror line is The Mummy. Don't get me wrong, Hammer produced four Mummy movies between 1959 and 1971 --- including the awesomely titled Blood From The Mummy's Tomb --- and that's four more Mummy movies than most people made. Still, I would've bet the farm on leading off with Dracula. But then, I suppose I always do.

Either way, the line is starting off with an all-new story of Ancient Egyptian horror from Peter Milligan and Ronilson Freire, with a cover by John McCrea. Check out a few pages from the announcement!

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Reimagining Dell Monsters Frankenstein, Dracula & More in Modern Comics [Original Art]

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As much as comic book fans love superheroes and monsters, it's amazing that so few publishers have merged the concepts better than Dell, who combined Universal's movie monsters with Silver Age style costumed crimefighters in the mid '60s to stunning (if short-lived) effect...

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