“Hollywoood Reporter” breaks the news that I am writing Lost in Space Comic

I am over the moon to announce that I am writing for Legendary Entertainment’s reboot of the 60s sci-fi classic , Lost in Space, which is currently available on Netflix. As detailed in today’s Hollywood Reporter, I have written a four-part prequel comic to the hugely successful TV show, to be drawn by incredible artist, Zid.


I will be talking about this new and exciting project alongside my work on my own series – Rob – on the Legendary Panel at SDCC this Friday, 20th July between 1800-1900 in Room 29AB.

The following day, I’ll be signing ashcans of the new comic – that’s Saturday, July 21st between 1400-1500 in the autograph area.


One of the most exciting aspects of the project is highlighting the differences and similarities between the cast of the 1960s show and the modern day Robsinson family (John, Will, the Robot and Maureen – above – and Judy and Penny – below).


Alongside the scheming and layered “Dr Smith’…


It was such a privilege to write and a huge responsibility to try and get all the characterisations correct, but with the guiding light of Robert Napton at Legendary and along with executive producers Kevin Burns and Jon Jashni – awesome keepers of the Irwin Allen flame at Prometheus Entertainment –  I think we’ve done them all justice.


Writing a separate arc alongside me, I am very proud to say is comics legend Brian Buccellato, who has worked on many titles including Superman, Batman, the Flash, Hellblazer and The Black Bat.

The comic, with the title “Countdown to Danger”, will be released in four volumes starting in October 2018.

More details soon. 😀