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LOGAN'S RUN #2 (Feb 1976) Marvel Comics

cover:  George Perez
Al Milgrom
LOGAN'S RUN #2
Date: Feb 1976
Cover Price: $0.30
Publisher: marvel.com

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    LOGAN'S RUN #2 (UK) (Feb 1976)
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    Andrew R. Burford:

    "In 1976/7, Marvel Comics adapted the movie in comic-book form, but went beyond the end of the movie. In time-honoured fashion, the comic book series ended with a plotline which was never resolved owing to its cancellation. The Marvel Comics run lasted for seven issues."
     March 9, 2004 | Singer to Remake Logan's Run
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    Bryan Singer to Remake 'Logan's Run'
    March 08, 2004

    Variety is reporting that Bryan Singer has decided to direct a remake of Logan's Run, based on the science fiction novel by William Nolan that inspired a popular 1976 film adaptation. The original movie version of this saga of a youth-obsessed future society changed the age at which everyone faces mandatory termination from 21 to 30. Singer plans on returning to Nolan's original concept of termination at 21, which will make this new version of Logan's Run a great vehicle for a young actor. No casting decisions have been announced, but Warner Brothers plans on releasing what producer Joel Silver characterized as, "...a huge sci-fi adventure film" in 2005, so casting and production will have to start within the next few months. According to Variety, Singer will direct the Logan's Run remake at Warner Bros. before returning to helm X-Men 3 at Fox.

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