Manta Comics is turning Amazon’s bestseller, The Bromance Book Club, into a webcomic.
As announced by Manta Comics, the webcomics platform is continuing to expand its horizons with recent adaptations of Western media. Written by Lyssa Kay Adams, The Bromance Book Club earned the title of Amazon Book Review’s Best Romance of 2019 and will inspire a webcomic series to release on September 3.
“At Manta, we are dedicated to bringing readers compelling stories from around the world — whether they are created entirely by Manta Studios or based on books, novels, movies,” said Moonseok Jeong. , television shows, video games or other existing formats”. , Head of Content and COO of Manta. “The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams is a beloved intellectual property that has resonated with countless fans, and we are delighted that Bromance fans can return to the world of her novels. her to experience the story in a vibrant new way on Manta.”
First published in 2019, The Bromance Book Club follows Gavin Scott, second baseman of the fictional Nashville Legends, whose marriage is in turmoil and on the brink of divorce. Desperate to save it, he decides to seek advice from a rather unlikely source: the Bromance Book Club, a book club comprised of Nashville’s top alpha males who read romance novels together. Wet side. Gavin joins the club in hopes of finding the secret to navigating relationships and hopefully saving his marriage.
The Bromance Book Club is the first in a series of five novels. It has received praise for its humor, romance, writing, and way of unpacking toxic masculinity. Its widespread popularity led to the novel being optioned by Netflix for film rights in 2020. Mark Ciardi (The Way Back) will produce while Bill Holderman and Erin Simms (Book Club) will co-adapt script.
The Bromance Book Club is not the first Western media to be adapted by Manta Comics. Earlier this year, the platform announced the adaptation of Samantha Vitale’s novel The Lady Alchemist through its in-house team Manta Studios, focusing on web novels and film adaptations. Manta Comics also adapted two famous Korean films Svaha: The Sixth Finger and A Hard Day.
Readers can catch Bromance Book Club on September 3 when it launches on Manta Comics.
Source: Manta Comics