Comic book legend, Neal Adams, is taking his Continuity Studios to ICM for representation, says today’s HollywoodReporter.
Adams plans to take his creations across all forms of media while he makes the artistic transition to film writing and directing. Adams’ realistically modern imagery has received great acclaim as displayed in the 1960s and 1970s comics “Uncanny X-Men," "Green Lantern and Green Arrow" and "Batman.”
In 1983, Adams opened Continuity Studios. His in-house creations include "Knighthawk," an avenger hero, "Ditz the Scatterbrain," the teen daughter of an alien and "Crazyman," a chemically challenged man who is tricked by the government.
Continuity Studios has recently teamed with MARVEL Entertainment to create a new form of digital motion comics. Their first collaborative issue, "Astonishing X-Men," was penned by Joss Whedon and co-directed by Neal Adams.