Alex DeWitt, the original fridging victim, made a brief appearance as a Green Lantern in GREEN LANTERN: CIRCLE OF FIRE so it was nice to be able to use her here . . . even if it meant Batman despoiling her resting place.
That’s a good question – can they?
Okay, I have to admit, I did not see that coming.
Zak Snyder’s long called for (by some, not me) version of his Justice League film is to be released on HBO Max next year, possibly as a complete film, possibly as a broken apart mini-series.
There’s a follow-up article over at the Beat which talks about why this might not be such a good idea from the point of Warner Bros being seen to give in to some of the worst elements of the internet.
For me, not having liked any of Snyder’s work in the DC world, this is more of a curiosity thing. Will four hours of a miserable Superman; a grim, grey, washed out world where heroes have no regard for anything like the safety of civilians; and a Batman convinced Superman is the enemy, even be enjoyable?
I doubt it, to be honest.
The long-awaited (by some) BATMAN: THREE JOKERS story has been given a new release date of August 25 (hey, that’s my birthday!) and DC has released some new art, including this page:
Artist Jason Fabok is clearly channelling his best Brian Bolland there, but one panel leapt out at me:
If Batman, Robin and Batgirl are wandering around the Gotham Aquarium, just please let one of them mention this, even in passing:
That would make me and Mrs Earth-Prime very happy.