‘Bob’s Burgers’ Will Get the Comic Book Treatment!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jul 17th, 2013

Hi, Bryan Here…


Fox and comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment announced today that it will partner up to develop and release a comic book based off the hit show ‘Bob’s Burgers‘, which airs new episodes on Sundays, usually after ‘Family Guy‘  and ‘The Simpsons‘.  “We could not be more pleased to add ‘Bob’s Burgers‘ to the our line of comics,” said Dynamite CEO Nick Barrucci, in a statement Wednesday. “It’s stylish and hilarious, a feel-good concept that can be both heartwarming and mischievous at the same time. When we told our team that we were approaching Fox for the license, everyone lit up at the opportunity.  We look forward to working with our partners at Fox to put out a fantastic product that will appeal to readers of all ages.”

This news came from the San Diego Comic-Con, which ‘Bob’s Burgers‘ will also have its own panel this week at the con with producers and the cast of the show. This is a normal thing as ‘Futurama‘ and ‘The Simpsons‘ have ongoing comics being released right now. Hell, even HBO’sTrue Blood‘ had tie-in comic books. I’m not quite sure when the books will release, but rest assured, we will update you on that.

Bob’s Burgers’ is a hilarious and brilliant show, that I hope will continue to to entertain and make the masses laugh for season to come. All hail H. Jon Benjamin.


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