This past August was a rough time for HBO Max subscribers, especially those fans of DC Comics. for the first time bat girl The movie was canceled even though it was already being shot, and a few weeks later, it was announced that the streaming platform was dropping the animated series as well. Batman: Caped Crusader. However, while bat girl will never see the light of day, Crusade Still in production, this upcoming DC TV show may have found its new streaming home.
Channing Dungey, President of Warner Bros. Television, reported while speaking at the UK’s Content TV Conference in London. diverse and other outlets covering the event in which the World Bank is closing a deal with Amazon for animated content in the capital. Dungey is not explicitly mentioned Batman: Caped Crusader To Crows, but assuming that deal goes through, it now appears that this is the better option as to where the animated series will end up since the original plan to put it on HBO Max is no longer on the table. The CEO continued:
If Warner Bros. And Amazon agrees that this will be another superhero-centric media deal the latter company has struck with a separate party. For one thing, Amazon will be home to Sony’s upcoming Spider-Verse TV shows, incl Silk: The Spider Society. Amazon also currently has superhero software boys And the Invincibleas well as the recently released Sylvester Stallone movie Samaritan, but offering Batman to serve would be an especially big deal. More importantly, if you’re a fan of DC animation, you’ll want to make sure you subscribe to Amazon so you can catch up on these select media offerings from this corner of the superhero media market.
While specific plot details have been kept close to the box, it’s among the things we do know Batman: Caped Crusader is a re-imagining of the title’s legend that will reveal his early years fighting crime, before he became closely associated with Commissioner James Gordon. Batman: The Animated SeriesBruce Timm collects Crusade With Matt Reeves’ Batman, Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ JJ Abrams, and Gotham City Central writer Ed Brubaker. Crusade It also uses advanced animation technology, so while one shouldn’t expect the characters to look very different from their traditional portrayals, it looks like they’ll have a unique flair.
If/when it is confirmed Batman: Caped Crusader It’ll go to Amazon, or when it’s announced what other animated DC projects will be put there, we’ll let you know. Meanwhile, HBO Max remains your best destination to not only watch various DC animated series, but also to watch DC movies in order, both animated and live-action.