Newswire: NBC’s Revolution is coming back (and getting a proper ending) as a comic book

Revolution had a brief, weird life on NBC. Its first season arrived with thunderous hype, thanks to its interesting premise—a world without power, 15 years after the lights went out—and its star-studded list of executive producers—including J.J. Abrams and Jon Favreau. It even had Giancarlo Esposito, and there was one episode where NBC somehow licensed a bunch of Led Zeppelin songs. How could that not be awesome? Well, it wasn’t. Not for most of its first season, at least. It got good ratings, though, so NBC gave it a second season.

When Revolution came back, it was reinvigorated with a desire to actually live up to the hype. Finally, it was going to be the show could’ve been all along! And, for a while, it was. However, the audience no longer cared, and NBC gave it the axe. That left the show with a …

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