I have noticed that Lady Shiva doesn’t have her own series. I would love to learn more about her backstory and see her current-day adventures when she doesn’t make a much welcome cameo in another book.
Just think of all the fun fight scenes and thought bubbles of how she will beat her opponent. I really need her solo series in my life.
There is also Black Alice. She is a newer character, at least when compared to Lady Shiva, that I think could carry her own miniseries. We would get a lot of fun horror scenes while she does her thing.
Yes to all suggestions so far! Especially Jessica and Lady Shiva. I’d really like to see a solo series on Talia Al Ghul. I mean she’s lead the League of Assassins and Leviathan. I think that would be really fascinating from her perspective.
Admittedly, I am not a big Green Lantern fan. Just way too much backstory for me to try to get into. However, I have read a few of the Justice League Odyssey comics and I really liked her and I think I would read her solo series. I mean, I did read most of Far Sector and enjoyed it. Both are series I need to go back to and finish.
No, they aren’t. However, I do agree with them on this subject.
I am not familiar with Harold Allnut, but Vicki Vale and Misfit books could be interesting and are more than likely to appear on my pull list.
I almost put her in my original post. She has a rich history that would be a blast to explore. I absolutely agree with Talia having a solo series. If we had to have a team-up, maybe a Shiva and Talia book would work. I would prefer solo series but that team-up would be fun.
June Moone is a tragic anti-hero, whether she is in complete control or a dual personality alongside Enchantress, doesn’t matter, as both could be interesting. Exploring the shade of morality of their character could be perfect for a ongoing.
I am reading Reign In Hell for House of Horror Club (sorry for the self-promotion) and I started to wonder if she has a solo series. I would definitely be interested in seeing more of her in a solo setting.
No, she had a short side story in the late 1960s in Strange Adventures but that doesn’t really count, does it?
She was featured in day of Vengeance and as a member of the magic team the shadowpact, it gives you a pretty good idea of what she is all about.
A ruthless witch who fights on the side of good but has a dark streak when she goes berserk.
I actually have a dream book where artist and comic writer Stjepan Šejić, workshops a Enchantress series based on his work from Death Vigil and this single panel he did for Suicide Squad #20
After finishing both the tv show, and reading his mini series, I’ve been wanting for DC to announce a Peacemaker solo series. I would love series written by Garth Ennis, and drawn by Ryan Ottley. It could have similar tone to the show.
Harold Allnut was one of Batman’s tech guys - he was mute and had some physical deformities, but was brilliant and kind. I believe he was invented in the early 90s - there’s a really great story with him in Detective Comics #650 (just after Stephanie Brown was created!). Jeph Loeb did him EXTREMELY dirty in Hush, but Scott Snyder brought him back in All Star Batman during Rebirth.
I would say Jim Gordon, but he’s already gotten a mini or two, plus the current The Joker title is basically a Jim Gordon solo.
(And, of course, if we’re going for solos for characters who haven’t had MANY solo series, then clearly Stephanie Brown should have one for sure. )
If you are referring to Lady Shiva, she sort of already is an anti-hero. Her background is pretty fleshed out but filled with mystery and can definitely be expanded on. Actually, that could be a hook of the series is trying to figure out what she says is real and what is her lies.