MTV News is reporting that creator Jim Rush has signed on to write a series for the upcoming new series Sons of Anarchy.
The series, titled Sons of Justice, will feature black superheroes who come together in a battle to restore order to a troubled society.
The project is based on Rush’s book The Black Panthers: The Life and Times of Malcolm X, which was published in 2013 and stars Tye Sheridan as the Panther leader.
The show has been in development for quite some time and is currently in pre-production.
“I’m excited to make this project, and we are really excited about this story,” Rush said in a statement.
“As a writer, you can’t be afraid of the dark.
You can’t go into that darkness and say, ‘This is how it will end.’
Rush is the creator of the popular web series Black-ish, and his writing credits include the animated series Family Guy, The League of Gentlemen, and the upcoming animated series American Dad. “
In order to do that, I think the best way to do it is to write something that’s very different and different from the comic book version of it.”
Rush is the creator of the popular web series Black-ish, and his writing credits include the animated series Family Guy, The League of Gentlemen, and the upcoming animated series American Dad.
The original Black Panther comic book series was published by DC Comics in 1962 and is the first time the Black Panther is a superhero.
His character’s name, “Thunderbolt,” has been referenced in a number of comic books and television shows, including Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron.