Millarworld and Netflix Announce SHARKEY THE BOUNTY HUNTER

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From creators Mark Millar and Simone Bianchi, in conjunction with Millarworld, Image Comics and Netflix, comes Sharkey The Bounty Hunter, a six-issue miniseries, in 2019.

The series, like the upcoming Netflix Original, will tell the tale of Sharkey, a blue-collar bounty hunter. He tracks criminals across the universe, in a rocket-powered ice cream truck, with his 10-year-old sidekick, specifically in hopes of scoring the biggest bounty of his career.

The story will be the second Millarworld project under the Netflix banner, having previously announced Magic Order in 2017. The six-issue mini is set to wrap up in January of 2019 and follows five families, a magical mob, all of which are sworn to protect the world against the forces of darkness. More about that project HERE.

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Look for Sharkey The Bounty Hunter #1 (of 6) to hit shelves on Feb. 20, 2019, and click HERE for the official press release about the upcoming miniseries/film project. While you’re here, take a sneak peek at Covers A-D for the first issue (below).

What do you think, are you excited to see Millarworld continue to come to life on your screens? What other Millar projects would you like to see on Netflix? Let us know in the comments section below.

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