Written by Jude Terror
on Tuesday, October 12 2010 and posted in Previews
Marvel is pleased to present your first look at Tron: Original Movie Adaptation #1, from acclaimed author Peter David and rising star artist Mirco Pierfederici along with covers by Greg Land and a stunning variant cover by Salvador Larocca!
In anticipation of Walt Disney Pictures' 3D high-tech adventure, TRON: LEGACY, in theaters on Dec. 17, 2010, Marvel Comics is proud to bring to you a stunning new visualization of the original TRON film. Learn the secrets of the Tron Universe. Discover its cast of dynamic characters. Witness the events of the legendary film in an all-new comic event with Tron: Original Movie Adaptation #1!
TRON: ORIGINAL MOVIE ADAPTATION #1 (of 2) (SEP100542)
TRON: ORIGINAL MOVIE ADAPTATION #1 LAROCCA VARIANT (SEP100543)
Written by PETER DAVID
Penciled by MIRCO PIERFEDERICI
Cover by GREG LAND
Variant Cover by SALVADOR LAROCCA
Rated A ...$3.99
© 2010 Disney Enterprises Inc. All rights reserved
FOC - 10/14/10, On-Sale - 11/3/10
Source: Press Release
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