Used to work for Radical. The book was promoted as far back as 2007. Ian Edginton did a lot of work on shaping the story before Arvid Nelson came on board. Just a correction, it was supposed to be an "illustrated Novel", meaning a prose book with full page spread artwork inserted thoughout.
Despite what Heidi has recently written, I seriously doubt that this, or any Radical comic/book will ever see the light of day. Company is pretty much broke and begging for money. Also the publishing staff was let go or ran for the hills. Really a toxic environment to be in at the time.
Not that big of a deal.
Rememember "The Mark"? Rob Liefeld's big hollywood project with the pre-ID4 Will Smith?
So it was Cowboys & Aliens all over again? No wonder I had an ingrained aversion to this movie!
ShadowMax: Has anyone actually verified this is the real Steve Wacker?
Me: Quick Steve, tell us something only Steve Wacker would know.
Steve Wacker: [The Marvel relaunch] secretly is a reboot.
Me: If you mean the continuity won't match up with any of the preceding issues, anyone could have predicted that.
R.I.P. Toena [2001-2013]
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Sometimes I wish Hollyweird would go back to adapting actual novels. There are plenty of SF novels yet to be adapted.