Roque moved through The Pit with that usual combination of cockiness, bravado, with the underlying threat of raw menace. He was still wearing the meat suit that he favored in the human realm, the handsome rogue, 6’2, with a solid build and skin the hue of rich caramel. He enjoyed the look of both…
Thank you all for Reblogging my short story. That was really sweet of you all. *Smiles*
Maybe they should try mini-series or made-for-tv (web?) movies. DC has turned out some great limited story arcs with wonderful female characters, most notably Felicia Book in American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest on Vertigo and DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy.
The pilot season for next fall is already underway and we’ve heard the second DC associated project float out into the Hollywood trades. I have to admit the idea of Booster Gold being developed into a TV series was a bit of a surprise. Not as big as the earlier news about Deadman, however.
With all the other interesting intellectual property just laying around at DC, it confounds me why we keep hearing about projects like this and last year’s Raven (which appears not to have gone anywhere). More importantly with Marvel having announced three live action television projects at SDCC and one of them, aka Jessica Jones, pretty far along in development, why doesn’t DC have more shows on the air?
Except for their Superman properties (Lois and Clark, Superboy, Smallville), since the 1980 DC and Warner Bros. live action television properties have consisted of Birds of Prey, Swamp Thing, The Flash, and last year’s Human Target. Of those only Swamp Thing lasted more than one season.
With all that in mind, here are a few projects that DC might want take a look developing in addition to Booster Gold and Deadman. And if you are wondering if they have kick ass female characters in them, why yes, yes they do.
The War was now in its second full week and it seemed that this was going to be a long battle. Javier Cruz and his werewolves attacked like a hoarde, not like a Pack; that meant endless numbers, relentless in their pursuit of what they wanted. In this case, that meant they wanted Drexel’s…
“I’ve always envied people who sleep easily. Their brains must be cleaner, the floorboards of the skull well swept, all the little monsters closed up in a steamer trunk at the foot of the bed.”—City Of Thieves, David Benioff (via songe-creux)