Hey DC Comics fans! Some cool news hit the web over the weekend so let’s take a look at what’s ahead from our favorite publisher!
So what happens to our favorite magic-wielding team, the Justice League Dark after the Crime Syndicate’s invasion of Earth? DC Comics is releasing an 18-part adventure that will star John Constantine and will span the pages of JL Dark, Constantine, The Phantom Stranger, and Pandora! The story will run until next March and will follow Constantine as he searches for his team, which is believed to be dead! Check the checklist below and take a look at the gallery for the upcoming series!
PART 1 – JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #24
PART 2 – JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #25
PART 3 – TRINITY OF SIN: THE PHANTOM STRANGER #14
PART 4 – CONSTANTINE #9
PART 5 – TRINITY OF SIN: PANDORA #6
PART 6 – JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #26
PART 7 – TRINITY OF SIN: THE PHANTOM STRANGER #15
PART 8 – CONSTANTINE #10
PART 9 – PANDORA #7
PART 10 – JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #27
PART 11 – TRINITY OF SIN: THE PHANTOM STRANGER #16
PART 12 – CONSTANTINE #11
PART 13 – TRINITY OF SIN: PANDORA #8
PART 14 – JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #28
PART 15 – TRINITY OF SIN: THE PHANTOM STRANGER #17
PART 16 – CONSTANTINE #12
PART 17 – TRINITY OF SIN: PANDORA #9
PART 18 – JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #29
Wonder Woman is more popular than she has ever been and there has never been a better writer on the book than current scribe Brian Azzarello. Along with artist Cliff Chiang, since the beginning of the New 52, have brought us an epic tale that could be accessible to all audiences. So what is the problem with translating the character to either the big screen or TV?! Why are DC and WB so afraid to make a movie based on everyone’s favorite Amazonian warrior princess? In a time when epic battle movies are more popular than ever and easy to achieve using current film technology this one should be a no brainer. Using elements from the video game series God of War and borrowing the stories of the Greek Gods that help influence the stories, Wonder Woman could be the most epic DC film of all time. Take a look at the animated movie! It’s one of the best that Warner Premiere has released and makes the character very relevant. Warner Brothers Entertainment CEO, Kevin Tsujihara, in an interview with THR said that it would be a “missed opportunity” and that they “need to get WW on the big screen or TV”. Well stop playing around already and take the character more seriously, with the number of DC shows headed to TV there may be room for Diana to be on the small screen. I don’t agree with this, after two failed attempts I think that Wonder Woman is more fit for the silver screen where she could be properly depicted in a 300 style-esque movie! What do you think Towelites? Sound off in the comments! We’ve shared this with you before but this is a perfect example of how awesome a Wonder Woman film could be!