Deadline has introduced that Sony Photos Tv have picked up the rights to Faust, the superhero horror comedian written by David Quinn and illustrated by Tim Vigil. The studio have enlisted Matteo Pizzolo (Godkiller) to pen the difference which can be developed as an animated collection
First launched by Insurgent Studios again in 1987, Faust follows John Jaspers, “a tormented vigilante who sells his soul in alternate for tremendous powers and should then rise towards Mephistopheles to rescue his lover Dr. Jade DeCamp and win again his soul.” With its graphic violence and sexual content material, the comedian was was one of many best-selling unbiased comics of the time with the primary challenge promoting over 100,000 copies. Creators David Quinn and Tim Vigil are concerned with the animated collection adaptation and can function consulting producers.
The comedian was beforehand tailored to the big-screen in 2000 by Brian Yuzna for Faust: Love of the Damned. Our personal Jason Adams featured the movie in his Awfully Good column a decade in the past, and described it as one thing of a horrible love-child between Spawn and The Crow. This is hoping the animated collection fares a little bit higher.