The PARANORMAL HITMAN comic book is being adapted into a live-action series – GeekTyrant

That Paranormal killers The Behemoth comic book series is currently being adapted into a live action TV series by eOne. The comic book was written by Brett Murphy and illustrated by Wilson Gandolphoand they will also serve as executive producers on the show.

The story is described as “ghostbusters meets pulp fiction,” it’s an irreverent action-comedy about two mafia hitmen whose lives are turned upside down when they’re accidentally recruited into a secret government agency tasked with hunting down paranormal menaces. These low-level criminals face threats from the living and the dead, all determined to control the world of the paranormal while literally confronting the ghosts of their past.”

I’m not familiar with the comic, but it certainly sounds like a fun story I’d enjoy! This concept has the potential to be a super entertaining series.

eOne will produce under the late Brian Goldner‘s Altar Rock Label and Goldner and Josh Feldman will also serve as executive producers. Founded in 2017, Altar Rock has been involved in high-profile Hasbro adaptations such as transformers, My little Pony and GI Joe. They are currently working on a cheat drama called Blackfriars from the director want happiness (Simply A, Pete Rabbit). The PARANORMAL HITMAN comic book is being adapted into a live-action series – GeekTyrant

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