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TRON Comic Issue 4 In March

By TronFAQ on Friday, December 01, 2006 at 9:05 PM
According to the latest update on SLG Publishing's site, Issue #4 of TRON: The Ghost In the Machine will be released in March of 2007.

Considering that this would mean another fairly large gap between issues: I can't help but wonder if Issue #3 will actually slip from December, and appear in January instead.
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6 comments so far.

  1. Anonymous December 02, 2006 4:20 AM
    The two are unrelated. You have to remember that, because of the artist change, issue 3 was being worked on while issue 2 was being worked on. However, issue 4 couldn't begin being worked on until issue 3 was done.

    I'm proofreading the completed issue 3 now. So that should tell you something. ;)
  2. Anonymous December 02, 2006 4:44 AM
    Oh... also, it's worth noting that the fourth issue was solicited to the distributer for a March release about two months ago. So it really doesn't reflect on anything going on now.
  3. TronFAQ December 02, 2006 6:31 PM
    Once again, I'm glad if I'm wrong, with any info or speculation regarding delays. Thanks for the heads-up! :)
  4. Anonymous December 07, 2006 4:22 PM
    So the most recent word on the street is.....

    Last Wednesday in December. It all depends on how quickly Disney sends out the approval forms. They've been pretty good about not axing anything, but the company is in enough disarray (no real fault of the employees) that there can be a bit of lag.

    But the book is on the horizon! Thought you might like to know.
  5. TronFAQ December 07, 2006 6:37 PM
    Thanks for keeping everyone up to date! I look forward to picking up issue #3 in the next 3 weeks.

    I find the mention of Disney being in "disarray", interesting. I thought that was behind them already, back in the summer when Iger did some major housecleaning after Eisner left. I'm surprised to hear it's still going on.

    I have high hopes that now that Pixar has major influence in the film division, that the possibility of another Tron film has become much stronger.
  6. Anonymous December 07, 2006 11:07 PM
    I can't speak for animation, but there's still alot of rearrangment going on in publishing. Some good people have lost their jobs, and the new Disney focus of returning to the Disney brand is scary news for people like me.

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