Ava DuVernay’s Co-Writer On New Gods Will Be None Other Than DC’s Tom King

Ava DuVernay’s Co-Writer On New Gods Will Be None Other Than DC’s Tom King
<em>Mister Miracle</em> #12 cover art by Nick Derington (Image: DC Comics)
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Acclaimed comics writer Tom King is having a bit of a moment lately, between the rapid-fire announcements that he’d be .

And now we’ve got yet another spicy bit of King-related news, and it involves Ava DuVernay’s New Gods movie.

According to The Wrap, King will co-write the script with director DuVernay (A Wrinkle in Time). It’s an exciting choice, considering rumours about New Gods have suggested the movie will focus on the characters of Mister Miracle and Big Barda, characters King explored extensively in his much-loved recent Mister Miracle series with Mitch Gerads.

There are no solid details yet, but getting King aboard this cinematic journey to Jack Kirby’s cosmic Fourth World feels like quite the auspicious move for DC. And it sure looks like DuVernay is as stoked as we are:

What do you think of this New Gods development in the making?


  • Explains a lot then I guess, it initially sounded like DC was losing a little faith in him and now it’s sounding like they wanted him working on bigger things.

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