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A brand new DC Universe horror collection is on the way in which, known as Dead Boy Detectives. The present is the brainchild of Steve Yockey (The Flight Attendant) and Jeremy Carver (Doom Patrol), and makes use of Neil Gaiman’s Sandman and Dead Boy Detectives comics as supply materials, in keeping with a release by HBO Max.
The streaming service supplied this synopsis of the present:
It’s a recent tackle a ghost story that explores loss, grief, and loss of life by means of the lens of Edwin Payne and Charles Rowland, two lifeless British youngsters, and their very alive good friend, Crystal Palace. So, it’s rather a lot like a classic detective collection — solely darker and on acid.
Sounds like spooky enjoyable. Yockey wrote the pilot and can function showrunner in addition to government producer, together with Carver, Greg Berlanti, and Sarah Schechter. The famend fantasy writer Neil Gaiman and visible artist Matt Wagner created the characters.
Yockey mentioned he’s been enamored with the supply materials for some time now.
“I’ve been obsessed with this comic for a long time, so it’s a true passion project. And Jeremy, Berlanti Productions, DC, WBTV, HBO Max — they’re all encouraging me to run with every wild, bizarre, and unsettling choice. The result is going to be really dark fun.”
Sarah Aubrey, head of authentic content material at HBO Max, mentioned the collection was the right addition to HBO Max’s already-robust DC programming.
“We are excited to be expanding further into the DC Universe with Steve, Jeremy and the Berlanti team with this thrilling new spin on a detective series. We were fascinated by the world of the Dead Boy Detectives that Steve and Jeremy first introduced in ‘Doom Patrol,’ and cannot wait to follow the supernatural sleuths in the lurid mysteries to come.”
There’s no release date simply but for the present.