Anyone familiar with J. J. Abrams’s cultishly popular film and TV projects should know exactly what to expect from his first foray into the printed word: the unexpected. This über-meta, genre-blending novel (akin to House of Leaves and Cloud Atlas) takes the reader on a fast-paced, perplexing ride.
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We’ve got plenty of copies of S. by J. J. Abrams in stock (unlike, say, a giant online retailer who shall remain nameless).
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Currently reading. Currently loving.
There’s an interview up over at Toon Zone with James Tucker who replaced Bruce Timm as the head of Warner Bros. animation and in it he discusses the chances of seeing a Wonder Woman movie.
Wonder Woman is, we’ve heard, an imperative for Warner Bros. according to head honcho Kevin Tsujihara who said the studio “needs” to get the character in a movie or TV project.
That imperative seemed to be a bit of a surprise to Tucker who when asked about a animated movie didn’t feel there a “need” at all.