Mark Millar’s Huck Comic Series Getting TV Adaptation

Huck TV adaptationStudio 8 has announced that the company has picked up the rights to adapt Mark Millar’s latest comic book series, Huck, for TV audiences.

The comic, which is set to hit shelves on November 18 from Image Comics, tells the story of Huck, a superhuman with simple intelligence who tries to anonymously perform one good deed per day. The deeds range from the mundane to the fantastic. But after he’s revealed to the world by a reporter, Huck finds himself under attack by villains from around the globe.

Millar, who co-created the book with artist Rafael Albuquerque, previously penned Old Man LoganCivil WarKick-Ass, and was also a co-creator for Kingsman: The Secret Service.

According to THR, Studio 8 is now working on finding writers and directors to adapt the limited series.

The Huck TV adaptation will be added to the many comic book to TV adaptations that already exists, which includes, of course, The Walking DeadThe Flash, Gotham, Dark MatterPowers, and the upcoming Outcast TV series.

Stay tuned to Nerd Much for the latest on the Huck series, as we’ll be following it closely. In the meantime, you can pre-order the series at TFAW.


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