Woody McClain to Debut Comic Book ‘The Brotherhood’ Thru Partnership With Comic Book Publisher Godhood Comics

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Woody McClain has signed a publishing deal with the Black-owned comic book publisher Godhood Comics. The collaboration aims to bring to life “The Brotherhood” comic series, a project created by McClain himself and set to be released later this year. McClain also co-writes the series alongside Dorado Quick, a breakout writer from DC Comics’ Milestone Initiative.

“The Brotherhood” follows the captivating story of a young man who unexpectedly becomes a member of a secret organization comprising Black men. This group has been instrumental in safeguarding and advancing the interests of Black Americans for generations. Described as a thrilling blend of “The Kingsman” and “James Bond,” the series is poised to launch its own comic book franchise.

Expressing his enthusiasm, McClain stated, “I’m excited to work with Godhood Comics and bring ‘The Brotherhood’ to life. It’s an honor to contribute to a project that showcases the strength and resilience of the Black community. I can’t wait for readers to discover what we have in store.”

The series will be edited by Nicholas Maye, producer of the Oscar-winning short film “Two Distant Strangers,” in collaboration with Tyler F. Martin, the founder, publisher, and writer of Godhood Comics. The artwork for the series is credited to Illustrabox Studio, a digital art studio known for their expertise in creating illustrations and artwork for comics using a diverse range of styles and techniques.

Dorado Quick, reflecting on his involvement in the project, shared, “This is precisely what the Milestone Initiative prepared me for—not only building upon established characters but also creating and developing new worlds. Woody’s imagination and talent extend beyond acting, and it has been a dream to co-write this book with him.”

Tyler F. Martin added, “We are thrilled to partner with Woody McClain on ‘The Brotherhood.’ Given his star power, he could have taken this idea to any major comic publication. However, his passion for storytelling and commitment to uplifting Black voices once again demonstrates his dedication to the advancement of Black creatives. We can’t wait to introduce this series to the world.”

Next on McClain’s agenda is the upcoming film “Desperation Road,” set to be released later this year.

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