DC Television The Year of the Comic Book Pilot Continues; CW Picks up IZOMBIE written by Robert Reineke February 1, 2014 According to the reliable Deadline, yet another comic book is getting a pilot as the CW is going to pilot with an adaptation of Chris Roberson and Michael Allred’s iZombie. With Rob Thomas, the creator of VERONICA MARS, set to run the show. Obviously, not every series that goes to pilot ends up going to series, the CW also allegedly has an HOURMAN series that they’re considering, along with the sure fire THE FLASH, but it bodes wells for DC efforts to expand into television. And it’s nice that there’s some variety. I don’t know that we need another zombie series at this point, but at least this one has a unique spin on the genre. Who knows, by this time next year, we may be asking for less comic book related content instead of more. The Year of the Comic Book Pilot Continues; CW Picks up IZOMBIE was last modified: February 20th, 2016 by Robert Reineke Related iZombie 2 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Robert Reineke previous post Comic Book Review: SAGA #18 next post CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER Trailer #2 You may also like Weekly Ratings Roundup: March 27 to April... April 4, 2016 Weekly Ratings Roundup: February 21 to 27,... February 28, 2016 NBC Rolls Out Second Trailer for CONSTANTINE,... June 10, 2014 Weekly Ratings Roundup: March 13 to 19,... March 20, 2016 SYFY and David Goyer Developing KRYPTON Series December 9, 2014 Weekly Ratings Roundup: March 6 to 12,... March 12, 2016 THE FLASH & ARROW Premiere Dates Set June 25, 2014 Meet CONSTANTINE March 13, 2014 Open Forum: iZombie March 17, 2015 CONSTANTINE Headed To NBC September 26, 2013 Michael Lalaian Between the big two on cable and Netflix, this is going to be an insane time for heroes on the small screen. Sean may have to rethink MMM TV or get overwhelmed. Robert Reineke There’s no way I have the time to watch all of the new shows and keep up with all of the old ones, some of which are going to have to pick up their quality. The novelty will be gone very soon. That’s a good thing. A series can fail without it meaning much of anything to the future of the genre on tv.