No dating for the batman
Batman: Let’s just say, cats aren’t the only creatures who are curious. I’ll be able to go in your brain, even if you’re wide awake. See, the closer I am to someone, the stronger I get. Lord Batman: Think about it: a world where there’s no crime.
with a total of 65 episodes being produced and aired over the series' three-and-a-half year run; each series comprised 13 episodes. There is also a spin-off comic book series, The Batman Strikes! Two: you’re a princess from a society of immortal warriors; I’m a rich kid with issues… Batman: One: dating within the team always leads to disaster. There's no reason given as to why DC has swapped the two films on the filming schedule, and there are almost too many possible explanations at this point to guess why: from changes in the DCEU timeline, to scheduling conflicts, or even the relative completion of each film.Director Zack Snyder will instead use the sudden gap in his schedule to focus on a rare non-comic book adaptation, his long-gestating war thriller The story, conceived by Snyder himself and with a script penned by longtime collaborator Kurt Johnstad, focuses on a war correspondent in Afghanistan who become the only survivor of an attack on a group of Americans.Though it had previously been assumed Batman would be taking sole charge of the League, considering the trailer sets him clearly up as the man who establishes the team, it looks as if there might be a little bit of a power struggle on the horizon.
Not content simply to thank his lucky stars that he's made a miraculous return from the grave, it looks as if Superman will also be gunning for leadership of the League, leading to an epic clash with Batman which (this time) presumably can't be resolved through the mutual naming of their mothers.
When a special ops soldier shows up in search of information on a missing family member, the two team up as the correspondent hopes to score the story of his life.
Snyder's plan is apparently to repackage the project and approach Warner Bros., where he and his producing partner and wife Deborah Snyder have a first-look pact; with aims to start shooting in late 2017.
Dracula, based on the series, was released in on October 18, 2005 and made its television debut on Cartoon Network's Toonami block on October 22, 2005.
, published by DC Comics which is set in the same continuity and style of The Batman.
But maybe they look a little too much alike to work?