Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? - Adaptations - Comic Book

Comic Book

In 1982, a comic book adaptation of the film called A Marvel Comics Super Special: Blade Runner was released by Marvel Comics. It was written by Archie Goodwin with art by Al Williamson, Ralph Reese and Dan Green.

Beginning in 2009, BOOM! Studios started publishing a 24-issue comic book limited series adaptation of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, containing the full text of the novel. In April 2010, Boom! Studios announced a follow up comic was in production. Dust To Dust is an eight issue miniseries starting on May 26, 2010 and written by Chris Roberson and drawn by Robert Adler.

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