More than the immortal tale fantastically outgrown in transmedia, “The Vampire Diaries” has been rejuvenating a torporific genre off the increasing blush intaken from accompanying ageless entities: high school, romantic entanglements and vicarious storytelling. When in overall combination or various pairing, the factors extend to usually spell out the bewitching brew ingredients the CW employs for its highest rating supernatural dramas.
DC Comics is about get a bite of the success.
The CW network is partnering with the comics publisher of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman to create a digital content series told in comic book format.
The wait is over for those first hearing the news announced during July’s 2013 San Diego Comic Con. When Halloween falls on this upcoming Thursday, Oct. 31, the day will premiere the first chapter of the Digital First brand anthology.
Before inclusive comics writers Colleen Doran, Leah Moore, John Reppion and B. Clay Moore bare the fangs of DC’s new series, snapshots on “The Vampire Diaries:” Facebook page prelude the creative artistry that the show’s loyalist legion and new readers can expect from pencillers like Tony Shasteen and Cat Staggs.
Mystic Fall’s forever young supernaturals will meet the supers industry amongst the Digital First section of DC Entertainment’s official site.