If you’re following all of the major moves at San Diego Comic-Con 2018 then you have to read up on the announcement made at the Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog panel that took place today and included Felicia Day, Nathan Fillion, and Joss Whedon who revealed that his 2008 mini-series will return this November 14 as a comic made by Dark Horse called Dr. Horrible: Best Friends Forever. Alex Bojalad of denofgeek.com quotes Whedon, who said:
“What a pleasure it is to be back in this world, putting words into these characters’ mouths and saying, ‘say these words, mouths’ and then they do,” Whedon said. “Each member of the Hammerverse—sorry, Doc, that’s what it’s called, he registered it—is a delightful, bigger than life character, but more importantly, on a very human level, they’re idiots. You will thrill to their adventures and weep for their pain, or maybe not weep, maybe just, I don’t know, itchy nose. Based on Actual Events.”
Though Fillion made sure to mention that he is always open to the idea of acting in a sequel to the popular mini-series, there was no mention of such a project at this time. Below is the cover of the upcoming Dark Horse edition.