Netflix continues to roll out its list of comic titles.
The streaming giant is teaming up with writer Roberto Patino to develop a series of adaptations of the Image Comics title. Nocterra. The film in development marks the first project to stem from a new multi-year master agreement Patino (Sons of Anarchy, Westworld, DMZ) signed with the streaming giant.
Patino, who is currently the host of the upcoming HBO Max DC Comics adaptation of HBO Max DMZ, will create and develop new projects for Netflix through the Analog Inc. production banner. his.
Nocterra, Written by Scott Snyder and Tony S. Daniel, is a sci-fi adventure revolving around Val Riggs, a ferryman who transports people and goods through a world shrouded in lingering darkness, transformed people live into monstrous creatures known as shades. Patino will write, host and executive produce alongside James Wan, Michael Clear and Rob Hackett.
“The ease, honesty, and profound creative support I found in Bela [Bajaria], Peter [Friedlander], Matt [Thunell], Alex [Sapot], Andrew [McQuinn] and Kenyatta [Smith] Nothing is ideal,” Patino said of streamer moderators. “Netflix is an extraordinary champion of intentional and inclusive storytelling, and I look forward to using this opportunity to tell bold stories that truly represent the Latinx community in entertaining, exciting ways. encouraging and powerful. I couldn’t be happier calling Netflix my new home and I can’t wait to start running Nocterra and my friends and partners push the boundaries at Atomic Monsters. ”
Nocterra until Netflix continued to move into different comic book titles since losing Marvel a few years ago when Disney moved the critically acclaimed content to its own streaming platform. Netflix has deals with movies like Dark Horse Comics (Oh Academy) and Mark Millar’s Millarworld banner, among others.
“The passion, vision and world building that Roberto Patino brings to all his projects is incredibly exciting. Coupled with his undeniable voice, style, and deep commitment to raising voices, and his inclusive perspective in storytelling make for a powerful combination that we’re delighted with. happy to receive and share with our members around the world,” said Alex Sapot, director of overall agreements at Netflix.