Batman and Wonder Woman will be part of the 1984 DC online fandom event


Batman and Wonder Woman will be part of the 1984 DC online fandom event

Batman and Wonder Woman
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After being canceled this year with San Diego Comic Con, DC Entertainment is hosting its online show in 2020, where We The Batman, ZB Snyder’s HBO Max, Wonder Woman’s 1984 Justice League, James Gun’s The Will learn Suicide Squad and many more.

It is called the DC FanDome (see more here), which passes as an almost acceptable punishment, and is a 24-hour virtual experience for the entire world on August 22, 2020. It will also include actors and actors, just like in films. The Flash, Shazam! And Aquaman, and DC called it “the greatest expose of talent, proclamations and content in DC’s history”. Expect heavy engagement from stars, creators and filmmakers here.

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Some Watchman-related are also mentioned, but it is unclear whether it is related to the HBO TV show that aired last year, or another multimedia project based on the graphic novel of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons.

The DC TV series will be well represented, including Batman, Black Lightning, DC Super Hero Girls, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, DC’s Stargirl, Doom Patrol, Harley Quinn, Lucifer, Pennyworth, Supergirl, Superman and Lois, Teen Titans go! , Chowkidar and Youth Justice: DC confirmed outsiders listing media assets for the incident.

Warner Bros. Games will also participate, making the next Batman and Wonder Woman game a potential partner for the event. Fans of comics will learn more about DC’s future plans.

Batman and Wonder Woman will be part of the 1984 DC online fandom event

What is cool international focus about this event. DC Fandom will be available in the following languages: Brazilian Portuguese, Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean and Spanish. It is completely free to watch.

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  • This is a great idea

In the summer that is starved for entertainment news, in addition to reports about films that stop production due to the global epidemic, this is a terrible idea. With no San Diego Comic Con this year, and with the future of comic-packs packed into the normal-looking difficult, we’ll happily take Batman-related distraction from the real world.

At the very least, we expect new footage from Wonder Woman 1984, and perhaps a first proper look at the Snyder Justice League, which may come in many parts to the streaming service HBO Max.

Sometimes, film and TV companies save really juicy reveals and trailers for the people in the room at Comic Con. It means only those people who can pay to go and live in San Diego or other expensive places. This brings those barriers down considerably, and perhaps hints at a future how these types of events may come into play.

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