Jack "The Joker" Napier is a man with a plan to save Gotham, and he can’t do it behind the mask of a harlequin of hate. Gotham needs a hero who the people can rally behind, and it certainly isn;t the dark knight in Batman: White Knight.
Telltale continues to define their vision for the dark knight and Gotham, as Batman’s war against crime pulls no punches while also setting itself up for a showdown that’ll leave the Caped Crusader shaken to his core.
Snyder’s run on Batman looks to be coming to a temporary end though. With Metal currently unfolding as Batman faces his worst fears made real in the form of a league of evil Dark Knights, Snyder is hoping to create an ending for his Batman in Batman: Last Knight. At the New York Comic Con, Snyder spoke about how Grant Morrison once advised that he give his superheroes “a birth and a death.”
There’s plenty of terrific stuff in the new trailer for Justice League, most of which seems dedicated to what I’d imagine is the third act of the film: There’s a conveniently abandoned Eastern-European City, the Parademons of Apocalypse have turned a nuclear reactor into a nesting ground and the Justice League is united for a final stand against SteppenWolf and his hordes. Still no Superman in action, which is the smartest marketing move by Warner Bros. so far I reckon.
Here’s the first part in an upcoming series that I’m working on, that highlights the absurd, the wonderful and the thought-provoking best moments ever committed to a flatscreen. In no particular order of course.
Batman was built for anime, and after almost a decade it looks like Warner Bros. Animation has finally realised this truth again. A New York Comic Con listing via Polygon has revealed that DC and Warner Bros. will announce a new Batman anime, that gives the dark knight a new direction that’s totally ninja.
It’s kind of weird that in an industry fuelled by remakes and sequels, that a new Arkham game isn’t in the works, right? What’s Warner Bros. Interactive doing with the series? Apparently nothing, according to Batman’s voice, Kevin Conroy.
What lies ahead for DC Comics? Here’s a round-up of the biggest titles on the way (Minus Dark Nights: Metal but more on that later), which will clue you in on what 2017 still has in store for the DC Universe.
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