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New “Riddick” Motion Comic Serves As Prequel To The Upcoming Film

by David Weaver

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Last we saw the criminal anti-hero Riddick, he had just defeated the leader of the Necromongers and been crowned their new Lord Marshall in The Chronicles of Riddick, sequel to the cult hit Pitch Black. In the upcoming third part of the trilogy, Riddick, we see that he has yet again been abandoned on a remote world filled with nasty creatures and a gang of bounty hunters out to make a name for themselves.

If you have been curious as to how he could go from Lord Marshall to being stranded on a deadly planet, there is a new motion comic called Blindsided now available that helps bridge the gap between the two films and give you some much needed insight. If you are fan of the franchise, you don’t want to miss this. You can watch the video after the break.

Riddick will be released theatrically on September 6, 2013.

 



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