Have you ever wondered what a Quentin Tarantino comic book would look like? Then wonder no more, because we a few pages and a couple of covers from DC Comics' upcoming comic book adaptation of Django Unchained. Vertigo is publishing a six-issue adaptation of the writer-director's screenplay, with artwork by R. M. Guéra and Jason Latour. This comic book will also feature scenes from the original screenplay that did not make the final cut, since so much of the story was rewritten on the set. Take a look at this new comic book series, debuting December 19, as well as the forward by Quentin Tarantino, where he rattles off some of his influences, and explains why he wanted to make a graphic novel out of the original, uncut screenplay.

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