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WolfCop 2 – Another WolfCop poster revealed!

Wolfcop is back and Lowell Dean returns to direct! The first movie was a crowd-sourced independent smash hit and has now there will be another:

“Alcoholic werewolf cop Lou Garou springs into action when an eccentric businessman with evil intentions seduces Woodhaven’s residents with a new brewery and hockey team in this outrageous horror-comedy sequel.”

This past July, it was announced at San Diego Comic-Con that WolfCop will be getting his own comic book series. Written by Max Marks with art by Arcana Studios, the Wolfcop comic book series will pit Lou Garou against bigger, badder, and meaner monsters than anything that has threatened Woodhaven before! Says Lowell Dean, writer and director of Wolfcop, about the comic.

“From the moment I created WolfCop, I saw him as a larger-than-life character that could exist in many formats. To date we’ve made two WolfCop movies – and I couldn’t be happier that we’re now bringing him into the world of actual comics! In comic form, WolfCop will be truly unleashed, no longer constrained by the budget of an independent film. More explosions! More monsters! More road trips! I’m so excited to bring Lou Garou and friends into this new realm with Dynamite. The WolfCop adventure is truly just beginning…”

WolfCop 2 will be released later this year. Leo Fafard returns as Wolfcop, with a cast that also includes Amy Matysio and Jonathan Cherry. A trailer should be just around the corner. While we await that first look footage, take a look at this cool poster courtesy of Twitter:

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