‘’Empty Man’ Comic Released for Free Ahead of Movie

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The Empty Man is a 2014 comic book series following the story of a retired cop who stumbles upon a supernatural creature tied to the local myth while he is on a mission to find a bunch of missing teenagers. The story takes a very dark turn from there. The book series is by Cullen Bunn, Vanesa R. Del Rey, Michael Garland, and Ed Dukeshire and it has been announced that they have agreed upon releasing the book for free. 

You can get the book here-

https://www.boom-studios.com/wordpress/archives/empty-man-will-find-you/ 

This was done to make the fans more interested in watching the movie (of the same name) that was released on 22 October 2020 featuring  James Badge Dale, Stephen Root, and Marin Ireland which will shortly be released on OTT platforms as well.

You can find the trailer of the movie here-

When the film was released in the theatres a couple of months ago, it did not receive highly positive reviews. It was a mixed response which could be turned around when the movie is released online. This could be a big turning point for the Producers Adam Yoelin, Stephen Christy, Ross Richie, Philip Waley, Adam Friedlander.

“By releasing The Empty Man Movie Edition softcover collection, we hope new fans will discover comics and enjoy all three volumes of the hit series.” Boom! president of publishing & marketing Arune Singh, said.

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