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Stephen King, son Joe Hill team for 'Road Rage' series

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BY: Brian Truitt and Carol Memmott,
Source: usatoday.com

U.S. - Stephen King and Joe Hill are a pair of easy riders, and when it comes to collaborating, the father and son are easy writers, too.

Their first story as a duo, Throttle, is being released as a new IDW Publishing comic-book series called Road Rage beginning Wednesday. It follows The Tribe, a gang of grungy, infighting motorcycle outlaws who run afoul of a relentless homicidal trucker.

The series will also feature an adaptation of the work Throttle was based on, Richard Matheson's story Duel.

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Posted on 2/11/2012 4:55 AM | Editorials
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