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Barbarash to Direct Studio 407's Hybrid

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Ernie Barbarash (Cube Zero, American Psycho) is signed on to direct the feature film 'Hybrid", based on Studio 407's critically acclaimed comic series.  "Hybrid" will be available as a 120 page trade paperback on February 25th.  Earlier this year. Myriad Pictures and Studio 407, formed a first-look partnership to make full-length live-action motion pictures. Hybrid, written by Peter Kwong is set to start filming next year

"Hybrid" is described as: When four friends decide to rent a schooner for the day, everything is smooth sailing until they encounter a derelict ship adrift in the ocean — a massive trawler that looks as if it had been dragged from the bottom of the sea. When they spot a frightened little girl waving at them from the bow, they have no choice but to investigate. As they get closer to the ship, they discover that the girl is not alone. The comic series is written by Peter Kwong and artist Pablo Churin.

Preview "Hybrid" at: http://www.studio-407.com/microsite_hybrid/

Ain't it Cool News calls Hybrid: "A good, old fashioned horror story... delivering on all levels."  You can pre-order the "Hybrid" trade paperback now by using the Diamond order code: DCD item # DEC084240.

Hybrid TPB: When four friends decide to rent a schooner for the day, everything is smooth sailing until they encounter a derelict ship adrift in the ocean — a massive trawler that looks as if it had been dragged from the bottom of the sea. When they spot a frightened little girl waving at them from the bow, they have no choice but to investigate. As they get closer to the ship, they discover that the girl is not alone.

Hybrid TPB is scheduled to be in stores on February 25, 2009.
Full Color 120 pages $16.99 DCD item # DEC084240
Writer: Peter Kwong Artist: Pablo Churin 

For more information on Studio 407, visit them online at (http://www.Studio-407.com), or check them out in your local comic book shop!

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