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Revolution - Returns as a Digital Comic

15 Apr 2015

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Four Separate Chapters Will Resolve Series Storylines

For Fans Beginning May 4th

BURBANK, CA (April 15, 2015) — Fans of the Warner Bros. Television series Revolution, which ended a two-year run on NBC in May 2014, are going to get a resolution to the show’s storylines that were left open-ended in the final broadcast episode.

In response to passionate fan efforts to revive the show, the entire creative team behind the series — including executive producers Eric Kripke, J.J. Abrams, Bryan Burk, Rockne S. O’Bannon and Jon Favreau — regrouped to create a special four-chapter digital comic book with DC Comics that will serve to continue and ultimately resolve the adventures last seen in Revolution’s second season finale.

Revolution writers David Reed and Ryan Parrott handled the writing duties of the digital comic’s four chapters, after breaking the story in the writers’ room along with the rest of the Revolution creative team, which included Kripke, O’Bannon, Paul Grellong, David Rambo, Trey Callaway, Anne Cofell Saunders, Ben Edlund, Matt Pitts and Jim Barnes. A photo of the team at work on the digital comic, along with a special guest who fans will recognize, can be seen here.

Illustrated by DC Comics’ artist Angel Hernandez, each of the four separate digital chapters will also have a specially designed cover, and will roll out every two weeks beginning Monday, May 4. A sneak peek at three of the illustrated Revolution characters — Charlie Matheson, Miles Matheson and Sebastian Monroe — can be seen here.

The four chapters will each be debuting exclusively on for one week before being made available for viewing on Revolution’s Facebook page at Fans can also use the #RevolutionComic hashtag on Twitter to find out more information about the digital comic.

Here is the rollout schedule for each chapter on

Chapter 1 - Monday, May 4
Chapter 2 - Monday, May 18
Chapter 3 - Monday, June 1
Chapter 4 - Monday, June 15

Revolution creator/executive producer Eric Kripke had this message for fans regarding the digital comic:

Dear Revolutionaries, Patriots, and Soldiers of the Monroe Militia,

So first of all—thank you. Seriously. Sincerely. The loyalty you’ve shown REVOLUTION these past months has been touching and overwhelming—it’s meant more to me than you’ll ever know. And in case you were wondering—yes, we’ve been listening. We’ve read the tweets. We’ve seen the incredible petition. We’ve followed #RelocateRevolution. Please know that you’ve been heard.

"Revolution: The Power of Entertainment"And solely because of your efforts, we wanted to pay you back—to give you something fantastic. And while, unfortunately, we simply can’t make more episodes of the show (alas, there are financial realities we can’t overcome), we can do the next best thing. Which is end the story. On our terms. Exactly the way we would have.

So J.J., Jon and I are pleased and proud to announce the REVOLUTION endgame: a four-issue series coming soon from DC Comics. If you take a look at the attached photo, you’ll see that we brought back the entire writing staff to work on it. The band’s back together! (And if you study the photo closely, you’ll notice a certain young, plucky Matheson who also joined us). Everyone has generously agreed to work for little or no money. They’re doing it, because like you, they’re passionate about this story and want to see it end correctly.

So stay tuned. We’ve got lots of work to do. We’ll keep you posted—in the coming months, you can expect more details, sneak peeks, and early artwork. But Miles, Monroe, Rachel, Charlie, Aaron, Neville and the rest will return for the epic finale to the REVOLUTION storyline. We hope you’re as excited as we are.

And again—thank you. This is because of you. This is for you.

Much love,



  1. if they did an animated motion comic I'd be interested

  2. Yay! I wish it was brought back to a tv format, but I'm glad we'll get a resolution :)

    I'll be following the comic for sure!

  3. No Tracy, don't really care. Liked the post-apocalyptic setting but the show wasn't good enough to be on tv.

  4. And now it is on a comic book format, so it worked out in the end

  5. Thank You Guys SO MUCH! I know it's not the same as being able to finish it out on screen, but I am grateful to get some kind of conclusion all the same and it's a rarity that you guys would spend any extra money on us fans! <3 <3!

  6. I really liked how they improved the second season from the first, but felt that by midseason they kept spinning their wheels all the way to the end. I feel like Bad Robot wanted it to be more progressive metaphysical family saga (Alias, Fringe) and something tells me Kripke gets a blast of 'taking two steps forward and ten steps back'-like comedy and the two just clashed and held the whole story down

  7. Perry the platypus 🌈15 April 2015 at 18:33

    Yes yes YESSSSSSS best news all day :) YESSSSSSSSSSSSS

  8. I barely remember it to be honest with you. In fact I had completely forgotten all about it xD until now.. Glad they're giving people some closure like you wrote below, but I just don't care. Even though I am fan of the genre, I lost interest on the show and wasn't surprised even a bit that they chose not to renew it. I miss Tracy hehe but that's another story.

  9. I still miss the show. It was one of my favorites last year.

  10. I agree. The show wasn't perfect but I enjoyed it while it was on. It's nice to get some type of conclusion.

  11. Still bummed that there was no next season, but YESSS, new Revolution stories!

  12. I didn't watch the show, but I think this is cool for its fans, a proper, reduced conclusion.
    I say this because I hate TV continuations in comic form: Buffy is a shame (it had a proper ending on TV and they butchered it), X-Files (they're ignoring Season 10 after saying it was canon)...

    The biggest problem with TV turned comic is when they want to do an ongoing series instead of just a mini. They start to run out of ideas and going crazy, bringing people back from dead...

  13. Ouch. Shots fired.

  14. I'm just glad we'll get to know how it ends instead of be left with the cliffhanger.
    I'd love more episodes, but this is the best next thing, so I'm really grateful for this chance for closure

  15. this is so great of you guys even if i still want the show on NBC again


  17. bring it back as a show!

  18. The show failed the city in the first season, was there only 1 season? idk. but yea good for the fans who are willing to go read that medium.

  19. So happy to see that they will have a conclusion of some kind to this series. The comic versions of Charlie and Miles look spot on to Tracy and Billy. I wish I could say the same for Monroe though... He looks nothing like David Lyons!!!!! But hey, at least there will be a conclusion, no complaints there lol

  20. I would take comic over nothing anytime, it´s not perfect, but they could give us nothing. They chose to give us closure and I´m greatful for that.


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