Titan Comics has announced it has secured the rights to the upcoming NBC series, Heroes Reborn premiering this fall.

The first five-issue mini-series will focus on a new character to the series, and will be written by Seamus Fahey (Supervising Producer of Heroes Reborn), Zach Craley, with art by Rubine.

“Our new Heroes series is being created in close collaboration with the team behind the NBC show.” said Chris Teather, Publishing Director, Titan Comics in a prepared statement. “These aren’t just comics; they’re bonus episodes!”

The first issue of Heroes Reborn arrives in October.

Heroes Reborn will debut on NBC this fall on Thursday nights at 8:00 PM

From creator/executive producer Tim Kring, who imagined NBC’s original critically-acclaimed 2006 “Heroes” series, comes “Heroes Reborn,” an epic 13-episode event series that chronicles the lives of ordinary people who discover they possess extraordinary abilities.  The cast includes Jack Coleman (“Heroes”) as Noah Bennet, a.k.a. H.R.G., Zachary Levi (“Chuck”), Robbie Kay (“Once Upon a Time”), Kiki Sukezane (“Death Yankee 3”), Ryan Guzman (“The Boy Next Door”), Gatlin Green (“Criminal Minds”), Henry Zebrowski (“A to Z”), Judith Shekoni(“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2”), Danika Yarosh (“Shameless”) and Rya Kihlstedt (“Masters of Sex”).  Some of the original cast will be returning in guest star arcs, including Masi Oka, Greg Grunberg, Sendhil Ramamurthy and Jimmy Jean-Louis.

via Titan Comics

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