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The Zoom calls have ended, and the final email has been sent. How do you decompress from a long day of work and productivity as you enter the Golden Hour of the day? You grab your favorite drink, and if you’re into it, your favorite comic and get lost in the creativity of epic reads like “The Brotherhood.”

Woody McClain, star of the hit STARZ series Power Book II: Ghost, has teamed up with Godhood Comics to bring his comic series to the space. The Black-owned company and McClain understand the power of representation, and readers can lock in and follow the thrilling story.

The series was created by McClain and co-written by McClain and Dorado Quick, who made their name with the DC Comics Milestone Initiative. Nicholas Maye, producer of the Oscar-winning short film Two Distant Strangers, and Godhood Comics founder, publisher, and writer Tyler F. Martin are editing. Illustrabox Studio provides the comic’s artwork.

The Brotherhood is billed as a spy thriller; according to the description, the story follows “a young man who accidentally finds himself inducted into a secret organization of Black men who have had a hand in protecting and prospering Black Americans for generations.” The series is described as a story that’s “The Kingsman meets James Bond” and will debut later this year.

McClain said he’s happy to bring his comic book to the masses with Godhood Comics.

“I’m excited to work with Godhood Comics and bring The Brotherhood to life,” he said in a statement. “It’s an honor to work on a project that showcases the strength and resilience of the Black community. I can’t wait for readers to see what we have in store.”

“This is what the Milestone Initiative prepared me for,” added Quick. “To not only build on established characters but to create and develop new worlds as well. Woody’s imagination and talent extend beyond acting. It’s been a dream to write this book with him.”

Martin also said, “We are thrilled to partner with Woody McClain on The Brotherhood; given his star power, he could have taken this idea to any major comic publication, but his passion for storytelling and commitment to uplifting black voices once again proves his dedication to the betterment of black creatives. We can’t wait to share this series with the world.”