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KEYed up for The End

LOCKE & KEY: OMEGA #1 is out tomorrow, in comic stores everywhere, and on your favorite digital comics platforms. As the saying goes, this is the beginning of the end. In seven issues it’ll all be over for Tyler, Kinsey, Bode, and Dodge… one way or another.

I gabbed about it at length with Brian Truitt for USA Today. You’n read all about Omega, the failed TV series, the (possible) movie (trilogy), some thoughts on Joss Whedon, NOS4A2, and future comics with Gabriel Rodriguez right… here.

(Crossposted with Joe Hill’s Thrills, my new tumblr account)

 

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8 Responses to KEYed up for The End

  1. Darren says:

    Super excited!

  2. Mark says:

    God, three more hours till the comic shop opens….

  3. Dmitriy says:

    Finally! The end is always a good thing)

  4. Betsy Boo says:

    Hard to get my head around it…it has been a long strange trip and it’s kinda sad to know it will end. Of course, the desire to find out what’s gonna happen outweighs the sadness.
    Great article…so happy for you, Joe!

  5. Logan says:

    Great set up issue. I almost missed something in the illustrations near the end in my rush to read it today.

  6. Brian says:

    I read the article on USA Today…Jesus, Joe…do NOT joke about killing off your heroes. I thought the bottom dropped out of my guts because I care so much about Tyler, Bode and Kinsey (I even worry about them between books, I care so much about them it’s like they really exist)

  7. Daniel says:

    The paramedics on pg 12 look familiar!

  8. Reva says:

    all the time i used to read smaller articles that
    as well clear their motive, and that is also happening with this
    piece of writing which I am reading at this time.

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