Even though no projects are set in stone, Dark Horse Comics’ Senior Managing Editor Scott Allie was able to shed a little more light on the possibility of “Dollhouse” comics at this past weekend’s Baltimore Comic-Con, according to ComicBookResources.
“’Dollhouse? There’s a chance,” Allie explained.
“When Joss first told me he was going to do the ’Dollhouse’ show, I said ’Well, I know you don’t want to do comic right away, but whenever you want to do them, we want to do them,'” continued Allie. “He said, ’Yeah, I just don’t really see how it’s a comic, but if we’re gonna do it, I’ll do it with you guys.’ And then at San Diego this year, he said ’I know how we can do it as a comic.’ And that’s where we left it.”
Allies’ insights seem to bolster Whedon’s own statements from last month, when in an interview with Complex the creator seemed in favor of a “Dollhouse” series provided Dark Horse could track down an artist capable of capturing star Eliza Dushku’s likeness.
What do you think “Dollhouse” fans? Is the series destined for a comic book adaptation, or is it best suited for the small screen? Any picks for artists who could meet Whedon’s Dushku standards?