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BOOM! Studios announce Once & Future promoted to ongoing series

Kieron Gillen and Dan Mora’s Arthurian legend promoted to ongoing series.

BOOM! Studios announced today that Kiero Gillen, Dan Mora and Tamra Bonvillain’s Arthurian legend tale, ONCE & FUTURE, has been promoted to an ongoing series. The series was originally slated for six issues, but due to an overwhelming response from fans, the book has gone back for a whopping five printings.

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BOOM! Studios synopsis:

When a group of Nationalists use an ancient artifact to bring a villain from Arthurian myth back from the dead to gain power, ex-monster hunter Bridgette McGuire pulls her unsuspecting grandson Duncan, a museum curator, into a world of magic and mysticism to defeat a legendary threat. Now the two must navigate the complicated history of the McGuire family and combat the deadly secrets of England’s past that threaten its very future.

“Kieron, Dan, and Tamra have, without a doubt, crafted one of the hit series of 2019 and we’re very excited to say that the adventure has just begun,” said Matt Gagnon, Editor-in-Chief, BOOM! Studios. “Fans will get even more action, excitement, and intrigue as ONCE & FUTURE continues to spin ancient myths and legends into brand new epic quests for readers everywhere.”

For a closer look at how this story came to be, be sure to read our interview with ONCE & FUTURE creator and writer, Kieron Gillen. We’ve already reviewed the first issue, so believe us when we say that the promotion is well deserved.

ONCE & FUTURE #1 is available at your local comic book store for purchase today.

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