Warner Bros. layoffs have now hit DC Comics.
Rocksteady's previous game releases include Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, Batman: Arkham Knight, and Urban Chaos: Riot Response.
A preview page to Batman #100 has been making the waves throughout the internet teasing the new status quo for the Bat-Family due to the event.
All three comics were announced to end in October, but will one of the three be popping up again soon?
DC Comics October 2020 Solicitations
DC Comics announced a further watering down of Watchmen with the 12 issue series Rorshach.
Wonder Woman 1984, the sequel to the 2017 film, has had a rocky road to the big screen. The date for the film has been bumped around on the schedule. Warner Bros. seems to have finally settled on an October 2 release date, and to get fans excited have announced a companion comic to be … Continue reading ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Movie Gets A One-Shot Comic
Instead of relying on location-based shooting, as was the situation pre-pandemic, the film will now shoot solely on studio lots.
Back in May, in addition to the pandemic situation, CW's Batwoman show suffered the loss of its main star, Ruby Rose, who exited the series. Rather than cast another actor for the Kate Kane character, the production decided to go a different route, a different Batwoman character would lead the show. Enter Ryan Wilder who … Continue reading Javicia Leslie Is The New, Wilder ‘Batwoman’
When the live-action Stargirl series was announced, it was as a part of the then upcoming DC Universe streaming service. Later, it was also revealed that the series would be broadcast a day later on The CW and its affiliated digital platforms. Well, the show seems to have done well enough to get a second … Continue reading ‘Stargirl’ Gets A Second Season… But Not On DC Universe