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Den of Geek is reporting that the Amazon Princess will be teaming up with Conan the Cimmerian this September as DC Comics and Dark Horse Comics launch the six-issue crossover series Wonder Woman/Conan from writer Gail Simone, artist Aaron Lopresti, inker Matt Ryan, and colorist Wendy Broome.
“I love crossovers, I love Wonder Woman, and being able to bring the undisputed greatest warriors of the Dcu and Robert E. Howard’s Hyborian Age together for the very first time is a dream come true,” said Simone.
What makes one a legend? How do legends carve their name into history, when countless others are forgotten? Wonder Woman and Conan the Barbarian are destined by the fates to be legendary, but when their stories collide, will both emerge victorious, or will the fickle Gods cut their lives short?
- Gary Collinson
Filmmakers often plan ahead, and many of the movies which come out each year are designed to be part of a multi-film series. However, it doesn’t always work out that way. Sometimes, the first sequel bombs and the third movie never gets made. Here are 6 short movie franchises that remained unfinished.
There have been many successful franchises over the years. Franchises are a very hot thing right now. However, for every Star Wars, Dark Knight or Captain America franchise, there is a failed film series. Often these intended series will start off with an excellent movie but the second film will derail any plans for a third movie or beyond.
In no particular order, here are six franchises that never got past a second film.
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