‘Boondock Saints’ Graphic Novel Launches in Los Angeles

Director Troy Duffy and actor David Della Rocco will be on hand to sign copies of ‘The Boondock Saints’ graphic novel on Monday, November 21 at The Grove.
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‘Boondock Saints’ Graphic Novel Launches in Los Angeles

Troy Duffy and J.B. Love, the writers behind The Boondock Saints' initial foray into comics, will be signing the collected graphic novel edition at Barnes & Noble in Los Angeles, and they're bringing David Della Rocco as well!

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Troy Duffy's original Boondock Saints film is one of the most successful independent movies of all time, with a fiercely devoted fan base - with nearly 5 million online followers of the franchise. With the hit comic series In Nomine Patris, creator/writer/director Troy Duffy launched the first "Saints" story to take place outside the iconic films. Written by Duffy and comic scribe J.B. Love, the comic series is the perfect companion to the films.

The story masterfully interweaves the events of the The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day with brand new material to reveal the secret history of the original saint, Noah MacManus (Il Duce) as he wages a bloody war against 1960's New York's Underground Crime world. The storyline is intercut with brand new adventures of the Brothers MacManus (The Boondock Saints) doing what they do best; doling out their special brand of justice to those that deserve it. In Nomine Patris brings a new chapter of the Saints saga to life while revealing the family legacy that created this trio of "Shepherds".

Featuring a forward by Connor MacManus himself - actor, Sean Patrick Flanery - join Troy Duffy and his comics team in this thrilling new Saints Adventure by pre-ordering the collected edition. This special trade paperback collects all six comic issues, never before seen art, a cover gallery, behind the scenes sketches and more. This is the collection the fans have been waiting for!

Barnes & Noble will host the first signing of the Graphic Novel before it's available in stores! The first 200 Guests will Receive a free copy of the exclusive comic, The Lost Gig, starring fan favorite, David Della Rocco. The first 100 guests will also receive a free Boondock Saints poster.

The signing is November 21st at 7 PM at the Barnes & Noble at The Grove at Farmers Market (189 Grove Drive Suite K 30, Los Angeles, CA 90036. The Store Phone Number is 323-525-0270.) For Additional Event Information please CLICK HERE

Boondock Saints was released January 21st, 2000.

The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day was released October 30th, 2009.

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  • SherlockHolmes2009 • 4 years ago

    Loved the sequel but why cant it be all over the country


    • k-man • 4 years ago

      Too late, they already ruined this series with that abomination of a sequel.


      • skywise • 4 years ago

        It would have made a lot more sense to do this much sooner. I love Norman Reedus but just not sure how much steam this series has left.


        • bryanyentz • 4 years ago

          Geez. Would he stop milking this series? No one cares anymore. Should've just stopped after the first.


          • corey • 4 years ago

            Sweet! Love the Boondock Saints!


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