After a short run in theaters, 20th Century Studios and BOOM Studios’ The Empty Man will come to digital home release on January 12, 2021. Fans of the graphic novel on which the movie is based, will also be able to pick up a softcover collection The Empty Man Movie Edition later that month.

What’s Happening:

  • 20th Century Studios and BOOM! Studios have announced that The Empty Man will be available to own digitally and on Movies Anywhere beginning January 12, 2021.
  • Additionally, an all-new softcover collection—The Empty Man Movie Edition—will arrive in comic stores, bookstores and online in January 2021. Digital copies of The Empty Man Movie Edition will be available from content providers such as:
    • comiXology
    • iBooks
    • Google Play
    • Madefire

About The Empty Man Movie Edition:

  • The Empty Man Movie Edition softcover collection comes from:
    • Writer Cullen Bunn (Magneto, Bone Parish)
    • Artist Vanesa R. Del Rey (Redlands, Hit)
    • Colorist Michael Garland
    • Letterer Ed Dukeshire
  • As the inspiration for the motion picture, The Empty Man Movie Edition will feature the haunting film poster as its new cover.
  • To celebrate the film’s digital release, BOOM! Studios has made the entire debut issue of The Empty Man Movie Edition available to read for free on its website.  

What They’re Saying:

  • Filip Sablik, President of Publishing & Marketing, BOOM! Studios: “20th Century Studios’ adaptation of The Empty Man has allowed new audiences to discover this horrifying story and we are thrilled that it’ll be available for consumers to watch at home come January, said. By releasing The Empty Man Movie Edition softcover collection, we hope new fans will discover comics and enjoy all three volumes of the hit series.”

The Empty Man Movie:

  • “After the mysterious disappearance of a group of teenagers, James Lasombra (James Badge Dale), a troubled retired cop, is thrust into action to investigate. Following leads that may tie a secretive occult-minded group to a terrifying local legend, he soon realizes that his life — and the lives of those close to him — are in terrible danger.”

The Empty Man Graphic Novel:

  • “In the world of The Empty Man comics, it’s been one year since the first reported case of the titular disease, and no drug has been able to slow its progress. The cause is unknown, and the symptoms include fits of rage, hideous hallucinations and suicidal dementia, followed by death or a near lifeless, empty state of catatonia. As cults rise nationwide, the FBI and CDC enter a joint investigation of the Empty Man, racing against the clock to piece together clues to stop the cult and uncover a cure.”