At least potentially.
There’s reports of another DC title being picked up for a TV show:
The Secret Six could be heading our way over the next year or so and, if they stick with the Gail Simone era as shown above, Mrs Earth-Prime will likely be very happy as the series as written by Simone has long been a shared favourite of ours.
I guess we wait and see.
I came across this “100 Issues Ago” panel in an old Justice League of America and thought I’d tidy it up and re-purpose it. If one month = one issue, what was I reading 100 Issues Ago?
Gail Simone’s Secret Six run was always a delight, whether as part of the Villains United run-up to Infinite Crisis, the mini-series that followed that or the well deserved ongoing series it had later. She took a bunch of misfit criminals, weirdos and anti-heroes and made them into a bizarre, messed up family that you couldn’t help but care about, without shying away from the fact that most of them were killers.
Sadly, the New 52 version by Simone didn’t catch on so well, possibly because the new team (even with a few old favourites) just didn’t seem to work together so well, even with the re-introduction of Elongated Man and Sue Dibny, an event which should have attracted more attention given the uproar caused by Ralph and Sue’s deaths in previous years.
Still, the first few volumes of Secret Six are well worth picking up if you’ve never read them.