J. Whedon's new Dollhouse comic revealed

Didn't get enough of Joss Whedon's Dollhouse? That 10-year gap between the series and the series finale "Epitaph Two" certainly left a ton of territory that could be explored. And now it's going to be—in a limited-edition Dollhouse comic book from Dark Horse that features Felicia Day on the cover.

The comic, which will be packaged with the season-two DVD and Blu-ray to be released Oct. 12, will be available at the San Diego Comic-Con, where the writers will be signing copies.

Here's the comic's official synopsis:

Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen, joined by longtime Buffy the Vampire Slayer artist Cliff Richards, take us on an intricate trip through the precise moment when the Active technology went global, and how the protagonists from Epitaph One and Two narrowly avoided death, and worse. Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen wrote the Epitaph episodes of Dollhouse Seasons One and Two, and currently write for the Starz series Spartacus. This is their first work in comics. Artist Cliff Richards has drawn more Joss Whedon-related comics than any other artist, including issues of Buffy Season Eight.

As if we needed another reason to go it to San Diego ...

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