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Chuck to Get Even More Comical
Chuck fans who can't get enough of the computer nerd and his antics can start flipping the pages of his adventures this June. The NBC show's comic-book version will follow the unlikely hero in a series of worldwide travels, mishaps, near-death cliff-hangers and more (if you can handle it). The upcoming series will be created by WildStorm, the DC Comics imprint that has also put Supernatural to comic paper. Chuck Bartowski and his cohorts will be available in comic form starting June 11. Is this the latest trend for hit series of a certain flavor? Would you run out for your own copy of Chuck, the comic book? - Anna Dimond Use our Online Video Guide to watch Chuck (the TV version).
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