Marvel Announces Tron: The Betrayal

Tron comes to Marvel in October!

Share:

Comments:

Marvel is proud to announce TRON: THE BETRAYAL, a new two-issue limited series serializing the highly anticipated graphic novel from Disney Publishing Worldwide, tying into Walt Disney Pictures' high-tech adventure.

The limited two-issue series arrives in October and serves as a prequel to the Disney film, "TRON: Legacy." The movie hits U.S. theaters in Disney Digital 3DTM and IMAX 3D® on December 17, 2010.

Each extra-sized issue of TRON: THE BETRAYAL features a new cover by superstar artist Salvador Larroca (INVINCIBLE IRON MAN). Featuring art and stories by some of the top names in comics today, this all-new story extends upon the mythology of the world of TRON.

The storytelling picks up in the aftermath of Walt Disney Pictures' first film in its franchise TRON. Kevin Flynn is now in charge of Encom, the world's largest video game company. Kevin, a break-through game developer, has built the Grid, a digital world filled with living programs. This new virtual world is about to develop a life of its own and, in order to control it, Flynn's going to need to help of an old friend...named Tron.

"Marvel Publishing is excited to bring Disney Book Group's first TRON graphic novel to comic book fans in this limited series," said Ruwan Jayatilleke, Marvel Senior Vice President, Development & Planning, Print, Animation and Digital Media. "So whether you're new to TRON or a longtime fan, TRON: THE BETRAYAL is an action-packed thrill-ride that will not disappoint!"

This October, experience this must-read story in TRON: THE BETRAYAL #1 before "TRON: Legacy" lights up the big screen!

TRON: THE BETRAYAL #1 (of 2)
Written by JAI NITZ
Plot courtesy STARLIGHT RUNNER ENTERTAINMENT
Pencils by ANDIE TONG
Cover by SALVADOR LARROCA
Rated A...$3.99
ON SALE IN OCTOBER 2010

© 2010 Disney Enterprises Inc. All rights reserved

"TRON: Legacy" is a 3D high-tech adventure about a father and son (Academy® Award winner Jeff Bridges, Garret Hedlund) who along with the fearless warrior Quorra (Olivia Wilde), embark on a life-or-death journey of escape across a visually stunning cyber universe that is highly advanced and exceedingly dangerous. Presented in Disney Digital 3DTM and scored by Grammy® Award-winning electronic music duo Daft Punk, hits U.S. theaters on December 17, 2010.

 

To find a comic shop near you, call 1-888-comicbook or visit www.comicshoplocator.com

Not a subscriber to Marvel Digital Comics Unlimited yet? Join now!

Download SPIDER-WOMAN and ASTONISHING X-MEN Motion Comics now on iTunes! For more information on motion comics, visit the Marvel Motion Comics hub!"

Download episodes of "X-Men: Evolution", "Wolverine and the X-Men", "Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes" and "The Super Hero Squad Show" now on iTunes!

Check out the official Marvel Shop for your favorite Marvel Heroes!

 

 

Share:

Comments:

Tags
Tags

MORE IN Comics See All

Comments

4 comments
cholerymorbilus
cholerymorbilus

Am I the only one who noticed that the right upper-arm on this Tron guy looks to be about three feet long? Fancy coloring can't save bad anatomy, sorry.

venom1000000
venom1000000

Actually, the new Tron film is'nt a remake, it's a sequal...meaning all new material.

cormacru999
cormacru999

pretty exciting! I'm thrilled to see a remake of tron!