“Hacktivist” Comic Inspired by Anonymous Set to Become TV Show
Security Update : The CW Network has bought the rights to a TV show based on the graphic novel “Hacktivist,” created by none other than Hollywood superstar Alyssa Milano.
Milano created Hacktivist inspired by the Anonymous movement and released it in 2014, with the help of writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly, and illustrator Marcus To. Since then, the novel has released a second volume.
Hacktivist’s action revolves around two characters named Nate Graft and Ed Hiccox, co-founders of the largest social media company in the(ir) world.
Unknown to all, the two are also the driving force behind “sve_Urs3lf,” a white hat hacking group set to bring social change across the world.
When Milano created Hacktivist, the Anonymous group were at the height of their popularity and strength. Milano admitted that the hacker collective and their actions inspired her to create the comic, which received a lot of posit… (read more)