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SDCC ’09 | A peek at Todd McFarlane’s cover for Prince of Persia

"Prince of Persia" cover, by Todd McFarlane

"Prince of Persia" cover, by Todd McFarlane

USA Today’s Game Hunters blog has the first, but tiny, look at Todd McFarlane’s cover art for Disney Book Group’s graphic-novel prequel to next year’s Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time.

The 128-page anthology will feature six stories written by Prince of Persia creator Jordan Mechner and illustrated by Bernard Chang, Tommy Lee Edwards, Tom Fowler, Niko Henrichon, David Lopez and Cameron Stewart.

The graphic novel will be released simultaneously in hardcover and paperback in April 2010, ahead of the movie’s May 28 opening.

Game Hunters also notes that McFarlane and Stan Lee will be recognized on Saturday at Comic-Con by Guinness World Records for 1990’s Spider-Man #1, which sold 2.5 million copies, becoming the best-selling comic book of all time.



In a world with that many pointy things, it’s no wonder that folks don’t have any feet.

Kevin Melrose

July 22, 2009 at 8:46 am

I imagine that line being spoken by the late Don LaFontaine.

Wish the pic could have been bigger.

Jonah Weiland

July 22, 2009 at 8:55 am

Uhh, wait, I thought X-Men #1 by Claremont, Lee and more was the best selling comic of all time.

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