Red 5 Comics has announced it is collecting the digital comic Box 13 (currently running for free at comiXology’s Comics iPhone/iPod Touch app), into a print collection for the first time.

Created by David Gallaher and Steve Ellis, the first contest winners, Box 13 is a re- imagining of the popular radio serial of the same name. It follows investigative author Dan Holiday who has spent the last several years of his life researching the secrets behind the MKULTRA project. His latest book has brought him a degree of notoriety, but a mysterious numbered box left on his book signing table is too much to resist. Once opened, the box sends him spinning on a harrowing journey of self-discovery and driving mystery… what is in Box 13?

The graphic novel will be released on May 19, 2010 for a mere $13.  If you don’t want to read the series via the iPhone or iPod Touch, the first chapter of the Box 13 series will be made available for free during Free Comic Book Day 2010.

via Red 5 Comics

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  1. March 2, 2010 at 9:10 am — Reply

    I have quite a few episodes of this radio show. It’ll be interesting to see how they adapted the concept.

  2. John I.G.
    March 2, 2010 at 9:17 am — Reply

    Oh, Red 5 Comics, you make me love you more and more.

  3. TheTaken
    March 2, 2010 at 11:22 am — Reply

    Ive been reading this on the comixology iphone app and have really enjoyed it! Each issues is like 8 pages, makes me wonder how this will read collected.

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