Burn Notice Comes to Comics!
USA Today (via Comic Book Resources) reports that USA has partnered with DC comics to produce a Burn Notice graphic novel. However, it can't be bought in comic book stores. (Damn.) Rather, it's an online, interactive graphic novel. The 12-chapter serial, "A New Day," can be read on USA's website and Facebook. According to the paper, "Issues of the graphic novel will include games, ciphers, 'peelaways' revealing steps of the art process, exclusive video and more." The network views the comic as "a unique extension of the ongoing Burn Notice mythology," and as such the project is being overseen by show creator Matt Nix. According to CBR, series scribe Ryan Johnson and script coordinator Peter Laylaynis penned the comic, which is drawn by Tony Shasteen. I'm not sure if it will be possible depending on the levels of interactivity, but I hope this ends up in a printed format as well one day. Burn Notice lends itself so well to comics that I'd love to see DC do a full series.
Season 5 kicked off last night on USA.