A couple of weeks ago, BOOM! Studios sent a teaser image that we quickly figured out was an early announcement for a Bill and Ted comic book. We now have more info on the series, and it is something B&T fans will need to have in their weekly pull.

Bill & Ted’s Most Triumphant Return is a six-issue miniseries will debut in March, and will tie directly to the first to movies.

In this series, Bill & Ted must now fulfill their destiny as the inspiration of galactic harmony, and they start by using their time machine to travel to the 27th century to turn a young Chuck De Nomolos into a fan of Wyld Stallyns.

Brian Lynch is writing the series with Jerry Gaylord adding his artistic flair to the book.

Each issue will contain a short back-up story worked on by a different set of creators. In issue #1, that will be writer Ryan North (Adventure Time) and artist Ian McGinty (Bravest Warriors). Their story can be described like this: “The Evil Bill and Ted play a trick on the Good Robotusses that only Bill and Ted can solve…with the power of time travel!”

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This is excellent news, and I can’t wait to get my hands on this!

via BOOM! Studios

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Stephen Schleicher

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2 Comments

  1. Alisha
    December 15, 2014 at 9:52 am — Reply

    I’m not sure how to feel about this yet. At least we can take comfort that there is absolutely no way that this can ever be as bad as the live-action TV series.

  2. Chris Zuga
    December 15, 2014 at 6:40 pm — Reply

    Boom’s on a roll with movie licenses, hopefully this keeps it up. The tv show was a bad idea, the cartoon on the other hand was fun.

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