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AfterShock Comics, Adam Glass and Warren Littlefield Team with Fox 21 to Bring The Normals to TV
(July 18, 2018) Los Angeles, CA – AfterShock Comics, the industry’s most buzzed about independent publishing company, announces it will team with Fox 21 to bring The Normals to TV along with the title’s writer and creator Adam Glass (Supernatural, The Chi), who has a development deal with the studio, and powerhouse producer Warren Littlefield (Fargo, The Handmaid’s Tail).
The Normals, a rush-of-blood-to-the-head sci-fi-horror series centered around one man who finds out his perfect life and family may all be an illusion, setting him on a crusade to save what he believes is real and loves with all his being, while having to save the world in the process as forces seek to destroy him.
“We’ve worked closely with Adam on three projects to date and could not be more excited to extend our relationship with him as we take The Normals to TV,” said AfterShock President Lee Kramer. “The chance to also work with a gifted producer of Warren Littlefield’s caliber is an incredible bonus. Add to that partnering with Fox 21 and this just gets better and better.”
“Sci-Fi is always asking the question, ‘What does it mean to be human?’” said Glass. “Our story takes a look at that question and explores the idea that to be human is to feel fear; and that’s the lense we will be looking through in our storytelling.”
Earlier this year, AfterShock Comics won Diamond Comic Distributors’ coveted Gem Award for 2017 Publisher of the Year (under 3%).
Launched in April 2015, AfterShock Comics is a comic book company that combines the creative edge of an independent comic book publisher with the strengths and experience of a traditional powerhouse. AfterShock’s executive team includes Editor-in-Chief Mike Marts; CCO/Publisher Joe Pruett; President Lee Kramer, a film/TV production and development executive; and CEO Jon Kramer, an entertainment entrepreneur with extensive worldwide production and distribution experience.