Aquaman co-writer/director/producer James Wan has signed on to co-produce the in-development Dylan Dog TV show, according to Variety. The show is in development by a recently-launched TV arm of Sergio Bonelli Editori, which owns the franchise and publishes it in Italy.
In comic books, Dylan Dog follows a paranormal investigator as he investigates supernatural occurences. Dark Horse is the U.S. licensor of the original Italian comic books. The comic book has been adapted twice for film - 1994's Cemetery Man starring Rupert Everett, and 2011's Dylan Dog: Dead of Night with Brandon Routh.
Bonelli is aiming to produce a 10-episode first seson of Dylan Dog, and use it as the flagship of a shared universe of comics-to-TV projects including Nathan Never, Mister No, Dampyr, Dragonero, Il Confine, and Martin Mystere.