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xx Could Thrillkiller work as a series?
« Thread started on: Oct 8th, 2008, 6:15pm »

Thrillkiller is my favorite elseworld story. I been thinking if it could work as an ongoing series.
  • Barbara Gordon: Batgirl, Gotham socialite
    Riddler: Edward Nygma former psychiatrist turned criminal sells people’s hidden secrets in the form of riddles.
    Catwoman: Holly Robinson, jewel thief
    Joker: Bianca Steeplechase, survived Batgirl's attempt to kill her.
    Poison Ivy: Dr. Pamela Isley, turned eviromentalist after reading Silent Spring. Vows to destroy modern civilization and restore Earth to nature
    KGBeast: rogue Soviet agent in Gotham City, plans to destroy US government by creating a Soviet Revolution.
    Deadshot: assassin
    Anarchy: violent government extremist who is anti-war.
    Hayley Fitzpatrick: The Joker’s moll and henchwench.
    Harvey Dent: Gotham Mayor, has severe personality disorder.
    Bruce Wayne: police commissioner
    Dinah Lane: FBI agent known as Black Canary
    Roy Harper: Green Arrow
    Helena Bertinelli: Huntress, Barbara’s partner
    Killer Croc: hired muscle
    Dr. Otto Sanders: Mad doctor
    Penguin: Gang Boss, owner of the Iceberg Lounge
    Jennifer Crane: Nygma’s collegue interested in phobia’s becomes Lady Scarecrow


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xx Re: Could Thrillkiller work as a series?
« Reply #1 on: Oct 8th, 2008, 7:34pm »

I thought Thrillkiller was one of the best elseworlds they did. I think it would even work as an animated feature. The character designs were great and it had a really good setup.
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xx Re: Could Thrillkiller work as a series?
« Reply #2 on: Oct 9th, 2008, 2:49pm »

Yeah, just the basic premise of the story is what I like.

I meant to say could it work as an ongoing comic series.
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