In the mid nineties, Jim Lee wrote and drew a comic book called Divine Right: The Adventures Of Max Faraday, about a computer science student who manages to download an equation of mystical power, giving him access to ancient knowledge and placing him in all sorts of danger. Published by Image/Wildstorm before the studio and publisher was bought out by DC comics, twelve issues were published over two years.
Well, earlier this month, an application for a trademark was made for Divine Right by DC Comics for “DOWNLOADABLE PUBLICATIONS IN THE NATURE OF BOOKS FEATURING CHARACTERS FROM ANIMATED, ACTION ADVENTURE, COMEDY AND/OR DRAMA FEATURES, COMIC BOOKS, GRAPHIC NOVELS, MAGAZINES FEATURING CHARACTERS FROM ANIMATED, ACTION ADVENTURE, COMEDY AND/OR DRAMA FEATURES”
Could Divine Right be returning? In a digital form? It would suit the material rather well..
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