Watch the trailer for ‘The Magic Order,’ Netflix’s first original comic book

"The Magic Order

It'll be published by Image Comics and written by Mark Millar (Kick-Ass, Wolverine: Old Man Logan, Civil War) and illustrated by Oliver Copiel (Thor, Avengers).

Netflix and Millar are set to produce not only brand new comics in the future (with hopes of turning them into live-action and animated properties on Netflix) but will also adapt numerous other original stories from Millarworld into films, series and kids' shows available exclusively on Netflix. It's set to hit comic book stores on June 13.

This venture into the physical world by Netflix is a step no other streaming service has taken before and is opening the entertainment industry up to a new story telling experience.

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"We want to get back to that insane, exciting time where a first printing really meant something too and create a real collectibility here with NO SECOND PRINTINGS". Check with your local comic dealer on reserving a copy. While it's a "Wizarding World" in its own right, Millar's concept is more sinister than even a sinister Slytherin could fathom, since it's a world in which magicians - once revered - are being systematically murdered, Order 66 style.

"We wanted to make a splash with our first book for Netflix and this is it". By day they live among us as our neighbors, friends and co-workers, but by night they are the sorcerers, magicians and wizards that protect us from the forces of darkness.unless the darkness gets them first. "That said, we're very, very sure this is going to sell out". The tagline for the comic is "Magic meets the mob", according to Image Comics. The series will be available in print and digital versions, though you most likely won't find it in the Netflix app. The idea is that all those myths and monsters we heard about as kids were real, but they have pushed back into the darkness a thousand years ago.

Check out the cover for the first issue below.

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