Tuesday, September 07, 2010

“Road” Closure

Prolific author Max Allan Collins, who already has two new Nate Heller private-eye novels due out over the next couple of years (one built around Marilyn Monroe’s death, the other centered on President John F. Kennedy’s assassination), reports on his Web site that he’s “back at work on Return to Perdition,” a graphic-novel conclusion to his Perdition saga.

As you’ll recall, of course, that series opened with the 1998 graphic novel Road to Perdition (later made into a Tom Hanks film). It then spawned a three-part miniseries of graphic novels as well as two hardcover prose sequels, Road to Purgatory (2004) and Road to Paradise (2005).

Collins predicts a 2011 publication date for Return to Perdition.

1 comment:

David Cranmer said...

News doesn't get better than that.