The Arrowverse crossovers are huge events, but some classic DC stories will never be adapted. Here are 15 huge DC stories we won't ever see on The CW.
Introduced to and influenced by comics from a young age, Mason Segall has long-since reveled in the narrative, commercial, and artistic potential of the graphic medium. He started with superhero comics, but quickly discovered Neil Gaiman's Sandman series which lead him to research independent and art house comic titles. To this day, his favorite comic lines are Saga (yes, he is hype for its return), X-Men (Gold and Blue, Red looks promising as well), and, of course, Sandman. Granted, these favorites have a tendency to change month to month, but hey, that’s the managing multiple serialized narratives for you. After graduating from Bard College with a degree in written arts, he began his journey as a professional writer by joining the CBR team as a list writer, where he specializes in observations about meta-narrative, adaptations, and obscure comics.
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