|Appearance(s):||28 Days Later (comic series)|
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Eliott Muniz is Clint Harris' editor.
Biography[edit | edit source]
On Day 15 of the Original Outbreak of the Rage Virus, when knowledge of the outbreak in Britain reached the United States, Eliott called Clint to tell him about the outbreak, knowing that Clint would be interested and probably even try to go to Britain to cover a story about the Infection.
Some months after the outbreak, when Clint and his team went on a failed illegal expedition into quarantined Britain and were presumed dead, Eliott believed that Clint had been killed. Some weeks later, Eliott recieved a call from Clint from District One. Clint informed Eliott that he was alive, and that he had found his story on his journey through Infected territory, and Eliott then had his people try to find a way to get Clint back to the US.
When the Second Outbreak of Infection occurred that night in District One, Clint called Eliott again to tell him that he probably wouldn't survive this time, leaving Eliott worried for Clint. A couple of days later, after Clint and Selena escaped to France, Eliott called Clint to inform him that Clint's story was ready to be printed as soon as Clint and Selena arrived in the US.
After Selena and Clint were flown to America, Clint presumably reunited with Eliott in person, and Eliott presumably printed and published Clint's story.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In Issue 5, Clint's cellphone indicates that Eliott's last name is Gazette, but in Issue 21, on Eliott's office door, it says that his full name is Eliott Muniz.