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Tero Kaukomaa and Timo Vuorensola, the Finnish filmmakers behind the crowd-sourced Nazis-on-the-moon film Iron Sky, are teaming with Live Free or Die Hard producer Arnold Rifkin to adapt the BOOM! Studios sci-fi comic Jeremiah Harm.
Created by Keith Giffen and Alan Grant with artists John Mueller, Rael Lyra and Rafael Albuquerque, the 2006 miniseries follows an intergalactic bounty hunter who, while doing a job, discovers he must return to Earth to find a kidnapped woman. (Check out four minutes of promo footage shot for the film below.)
The filmmakers intend to use crowdsourcing to help develop some of the aliens for Jeremiah Harm: They’ve launched a website where fans can create and submit their ideas. They’ll
“Our online community was responsible for bringing Iron Sky to life, and we aim to continue where we left off with a similar model for Jeremiah Harm,” Kaukomaa said in a statement. Vuorensola will direct, with Kaukomaa producing alongside Rifkin and BOOM! co-founder Ross Richie.