A little more on the Parker comic

News keeps on dribbling out.

From the WonderCon ’09 IDW publishing panel:

The cover to Cooke’s adaptation of Richard Stark’s The Hunter was shown, and [editor Scott] Dunbier gave the history of the project, and how he personally had to convince author Donald Westlake that Cooke could faithfully adapt the work. Resistant at first, Westlake was swayed by Cooke’s art, and as a result, Westlake gave Cooke and IDW permission to adapt the work and call the character “Parker,” something Westlake had never done in any of the other adaptations of the novel.

There’s a little more at the link. Still scheduled for July.

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