Latinx character lands DC Comics 'Wonder Woman' role and new TV series

DC Comics的世界即将变得更加多样化,一个新的Latinx角色将扮演 “神奇女侠。” 准备在小屏幕上看到新英雄, 太.

DC Comics unveiled Yara Flor as the next iteration of Wonder Woman in a series of upcoming comic books scheduled to kick off in January 2021.
“DC宇宙一直是新角色和新角色的沃土,” DC Executive Editor Marie Javins said in a statement.
The fictional Latina character was born of an Amazonian Warrior and a Brazilian River God. When she discovers her super powers, she uses them to fight the evil forces seeking to destroy the world.
    Yara Flor will not be taking over the Wonder Woman role permanently. The character will be part of a two-month publishing event called DC Future State, where she’ll be Wonder Woman in a possible future,” DC Comics tells CNN.
    The character of Yara Flor risesout of obscurity,” according to the comic book publisher, 至 “protect Man’s World from the magic that lies within it.The adventure will have her journeying to the Underworld for a daring rescue.
    This miniseries features an older Flor after she’s already inherited the Wonder Woman cape from Diana Prince. But the superhero isn’t stopping there.

    Wonder Woman flying into the small screen

    CW is developing a live-action series that will focus on Flor when she was younger, 叫 “Wonder Girlbased on the DC characters created by Joëlle Jones. Dailyn Rodriguez is on board as an executive producer, working with Berlanti Productions.
    Rodriguez, whose previous credits includeUgly Betty” 和 “Queen of the South,” is set to be writing the series. The show is being produced in association with Warner Bros. 电视.
    The proposed one-hour drama features a take on the longtime character that will be new to most Wonder Woman fans. If it gets the final green light, it would make Wonder Girl the first-ever Latinx superhero to headline a DC Comics television show, joining The Flash, 蝙蝠女, and the upcoming Superman & Lois on the CW network.
      For DC Comics, Yara Flor isn’t the first Latinx character in a starring role. ‘Green LanternJessica Cruz has been part of the DC universe since about 2013.
      DC Comics says there may be additional comic book plans for Yara Flor in the future.


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