It tells the story of Rajak, a teenage boy who after witnessing the death of a team of superheroes finds himself sharing a body with the superhuman one woman army, War Cry.
“It makes it feel more real (setting it in Brooklyn). I get to hold up a mirror to society in a more blatant way and I get to comment about current events like how our very best fiction does,” he said.
“It’s just another fun cosmic romp, kind of like what I tried to do at the end of season one, inspired by the works of Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, C. C. Beck, all the kind of comics I grew up reading as a young kid,” he said.
You can read the entire article/interview here: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/theater-arts/war-cry-enters-new-brooklyn-comics-bang-article-1.3679299
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