What!?! The Hardy Boys have broken up? Yup it looks like in Papercutz new series of Hardy Boys graphic novels the two boys split at the end of their first case. Now in the second case file they find themselves unwillingly teamed up on a reality TV show. That's right, this ain't your Daddy's Hardy Boys. Here's the full details of the release:
In case you hadn't heard, the world-famous HARDY BOYS have ended their mystery-solving partnership!
In their last adventure, THE HARDY BOYS The New Case Files #1 “Crawling with Zombies”, the brothers suffered a rift in their relationship and parted ways. But for how long?
Now, PAPERCUTZ presents THE HARDY BOYS The New Case Files #2 “Break-Up!”, in which the duo are forced into working together, going undercover together as contestants on a popular television reality show.
But, will this assignment bring Frank and Joe together or push them farther apart?
Legendary comic writer Gerry Conway and artist Paulo Henrique take take the world-famous teen sleuths in a bold new direction that’s sure to thrill and possibly shock Hardy Boys fans.
Conway's work includes work on Batman, Detective Comics, and The Flash for DC Comics and Captain America, Daredevil, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man and The Amazing Spider-Man for Marvel (including the classic issue Amazing Spider-Man #121 “The Night Gwen Stacy Died”). He has also written and produced extensively for television including Diagnosis Murder, Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent and Law & Order: Criminal Intent: Russia.
Paulo Henrique has illustrated The Hardy Boys graphic novels volumes 7 through 20 and continues his run with The Hardy Boys: The New Case Files. He first brought his unique Manga style to the United States in Top Cow Productions’ Myth Warriors.