Alasdair Thornton

Writer and Intern in New York City

A writer living in the New York area, Alasdair Thornton graduated from Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, earning a bachelor of arts in English with a minor in religious studies Alasdair Thornton lists website contribution and writing for magazines, film, and television among his qualifications. He is also a social media marketing writer, and utilizes knowledge of search engine optimization (SEO) processes to ensure his pieces reach a large and relevant audience. Today, he uses his writing skills as an intern for the New York-based Comicsverse.com, where he pens interviews and essays related to various aspects of comics as well as comic-based film adaptations. He is also responsible for ensuring that content reaches social media platforms, including Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and others.

In addition to fulfilling his internship at Comicsverse.com, Alasdair Thornton contributes to online outlets including Huzlers.com and Rant Sports. He also performs ghostwriting services on a freelance basis.

DC Comics and Warner Bros. Announce Schedule of 2017 Films

A freelance writer living in New York City, Alasdair Thornton is also an intern at comicsverse.com. There, he uses social media marketing and search engine optimization to discuss comics in relation to the film industry. A DC comic enthusiast, Alasdair Thornton enjoys going to the theater and watching action movies.

Warner Bros. and DC comics collaborated to bring some comics to the big screen. In 2016, the two combined to produce Suicide Squad as well as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, neither of which lift up to expectations and were the subject of poor reviews. Two films scheduled for 2017 release include a film about Wonder Woman and another featuring the Justice League.

On June 2, 2017, Wonder Woman comes to the theater. The film stars Gal Gadot as Princess Diana of Themyscira. She arrives in Man’s World after Steve Trevor, played by Chris Pine, crash-lands on Themyscira. Patty Jenkins directs the film.

Justice League, scheduled for release on November 17, 2017, was originally slated to be a two-part movie. However, Warner Bros. decided in the summer of 2016 to opt for a single film after reading mixed reviews on the Batman v Superman movie. In Justice League, Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne gains inspiration from the sacrifice of Henry Cavill’s Superman. Bruce begins building the Justice League with help from Diana Price, also known as Wonder Woman.