Chew is a comic book series about a U.S. Food and Drug Administration agent who solves crimes by receiving psychic impressions from food, including people. Written by John Layman and drawn by Rob Guillory, the series won two Eisner Awards and two Harvey Awards, during its 60 issue run, which ended in November 2016.
For the ten year anniversary of the start of the series, Layman took to Twitter to reveal he’s working on new material. Four new series to be exact.
Layman also mentioned that Guillory is busy with Farmhand, his own creator-owned book, which would complicate things for Chew.
He also touched on the fact that the likelihood of any Hollywood adaptations of Chew are very unlikely.
Layman also didn’t want to get any fans’ hopes up too much, as he’s only writing for himself with no artists attached yet.