Quentin Tarantino doesn't make movies, he gives you an experience. So for his latest film "Django Unchained," a blood-soaked spaghetti western set during the American Civil War, QT decided to bring the action out of the cinema and onto the pages of a "Django" comic book.
Announced at San Diego Comic-Con, the "Django Unchained" comic book mini-series from Vertigo/DC Comics will adapt Tarantino's full screenplay with gorgeously gritty artwork from R.M. Guera -- meaning the only way to see some scenes cut from the film will be in the pages of this comic.
Moviefone has an exclusive five-page preview of the first issue, showing you how Django, Jamie Foxx's vengeful freed slave who is on a path to rescue his wife, meets up with the trigger-happy bounty hunter, Dr. King Schultz (played by 'Inglourious Basterds' show-stealer Christoph Waltz).
The first issue of the "Django" comic book arrives in stores nationwide on Wednesday, December 19. "Django Unchained," the movie, hits theaters on Tuesday, December 25. You can take a look at the exclusive preview below.