'Veronica Mars' Eyes Comics, Movie
Creator Rob Thomas revealed that the teenaged private eye may continue her adventures on the big screen and in the pages of a comic book, reports the Toronto Star.
"I have some ambition to write a screenplay, see if I can shop that and get it made," says Thomas Monday (June 11) at the Banff World Television Festival. "And I had a meeting with DC Comics last Monday and they want to do [Season 4] as a comic series."
To make the series more appealing to the CW audience, Thomas had proposed to fast-forward Veronica's adventures by a year, which would place her at the
But as for the TV show, which ended its third season on the CW on May 22, it won't be back. "It's over for good as a television series," confirms Thomas.
So fans heartened by the
"I just heard about the Mars Bar campaign," says Thomas. "This is a tough thing for me to say because I love those people and they have been so good to me, but it's not going to happen. At the end of the day [CW president] Dawn Ostroff doesn't get to make the final call. Hers is an important voice in the room. But they're the little sister company of
Thomas previously worked as a writer on "Dawson's Creek" and the short-lived