During the DC Fandome event the trailer for the new DC/Warner Bros film from director Matt Reeves ‘The Batman’ was released starring Robert Pattison in his first appearance as the caped crusader Batman/Bruce Wayne.
The Batgirl film has been in development for several years, with Joss Whedon signing a deal to write and direct in 2017, and dropping out a year later. Batgirl does not have a release date, but Warners has previously indicated it will likely bow on HBO Max in 2023. We now have more details in this featurette released during DC FanDome. A quick spotlight was shown with star Leslie Grace, directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah, and writer Christina Hodson.
DC Comics is modernising what Superman stands for.
The company released a new mission statement for the 83-year-old comic book hero who famously fought for “Truth, Justice and the American Way.”
DC have announced a packed star line-up for DC FanDome, the ultimate global fan experience, which is set will return on Saturday, October 16 at 10 a.m. PDT, with an all-new, epic streaming event. Details of specific panels are still to be announced.
Get ready to suit up! DC FanDome, the ultimate global fan experience, will return on Saturday, October 16 at 10 a.m. PDT, with an all-new, epic streaming event.
The free virtual event will once again welcome fans from around the world to immerse themselves in the DC Multiverse at DCFanDome.com and celebrate the stars and creators of their favorite feature films, live-action and animated television series, games, comics, home entertainment releases, and more. DC FanDome 2021 will also be available on Twitch, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, giving fans more ways to watch the events unfolding in DC FanDome’s Hall of Heroes. Additionally, DC Kids FanDome will launch the same day with a special kid-friendly experience accessed separately at DCKidsFanDome.com.
According to unconfirmed reports DC Comics is preparing to make Superman gay. The claim was made during a YouTube livestream by former DC Comics artist Ethan Van Sciver who is often considered to be in-the-know when it comes to the direction of future comic books.
The latest issue of Batman: Urban Legends, a monthly anthology series, revealed that the Caped Crusader’s longtime sidekick Robin, specifically the Tim Drake version of him, is bisexual.