Jonathan Ross And Tommy Lee Edwards Considering Turf Sequel

Jonathan Ross And Tommy Lee Edwards Considering Turf SequelTonight, in a central London branch of bookchain Waterstones, Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards have been holding court to coincide with the release of the hardcover of Turf, their vampires and mobsters and aliens comic book set in 1920s America, from Image Comics and Titan Books.

As part of the festivities, Jonathan Ross has announced that the pair are considering a sequel to Turf, this time set in the 1940s.

Ross already has a couple of other projects in the works with Edwards, including a retirement superhero comic called The Golden Age, and a racing comic called Speed Trap, which Ross has said is also up for a TV adaptation at some point.

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