Movies let comic books get a head start on stories

 

Having plundered comic books for decades, Hollywood is giving a little back. Studios are increasingly turning their properties over to illustrators and writers before movies are released to generate Internet chatter, early fans and anticipation within the all-important comic-book community.

The latest comic comes from Push, the sci-fi thriller starring Chris Evans and Dakota Fanning that opens Friday. Wildstorm, a division of DC Comics, has created a six-issue series that fleshes out the movie's plot about expats with supernatural powers.

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