Feels more like you'd just want to use the DCEU wiki.
Doesn't really work anymore. DC's not using Superman for the films and Titans doesn't seem to care about him either even though they are just introducing everyone. So no, they aren't restricted at all. It's like with the Flash. They kinda can't restrict the guy from being on the show when he is under contract to do the show. It just has to do with character development and doing an interesting story based on Superman's current Rebirth run with Jonathan.
It hasn't even aired. We have no idea of it's episode count yet. Therefore how much money it'd be given. And again, it's on a smaller network. It's always going to have a smaller budget. Mainly why they intended for this to be a smaller Superman story focused on his family.
Yeah. They confirmed their budget isn't going down.
Geoff Johns established nothing is changing. They had access to the same sets in Atlanta as shown with shows like Black Lightning.
That one just seems the most unlikely given the kind of crossover it is.
It was. We saw the first one was in Star City at his statue. It was the one that ended the episode that was at his house.
See this is why I don't really want them to go that route. The consent lines are kind of blurred at this point.
They also have to finish the plots from the previous season due to corona though. Less episodes doesn't really work. Especially since all the shows on the network typically end at the same time.
Indeed. Plus I don't see how a random Batwoman/Superman and Lois crossover will be all about GL when they basically have to find a reason for this new girl to connect with Clark and Lois to begin with.
Indeed. Way too many of these are rumors and don't really have an official source.
I think they sort of completed his vendetta against Thawne and the whole fake Harrison Wells identity. That arc is done so him being an ally works.
Well it's taken by the movies, but we don't know if they are even continuing with that or they'll just do the Harley Quinn franchise they are clearly more focused on.
He could've, but as he described on Michael Rosenbaum's podcast, he kinda had the same sort of moment Stephen had of stopping, but more to evaluate himself.
I'd just call it The Canaries.
So a Youtuber taking advantage of multiple people for pranks for cash in a truly still broken system makes that better than a multi-season TV show just because the other one is a working actress? Who spent a large section of her career splitting said cash with a man who abused her. I'll consider this ignorance for your sake.
As for The Boys, it's paid for by Amazon. The company that literally owns the world in shipping. And i'd hardly consider the hardly there alcoholic LGBT representation. They literally shove it in your face that it's parodying shows that do it wrong half the time.
I'm just going to also pretend you didn't try and just assume who I am to continue your narrative.
You do realize the show is fictional right? She's an alien too. Didn't exactly see any shapeshifters in the founding fathers and beyond either. I said hope was more shown, not realism.
Getting back to your original comment, i'm locking this post.
Like Constantine at least had the sarcastic wit when interacting with the Legends from his own stories. So it was a little more of a fit. Swamp Thing is just plain dark.
Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Shazam. Three of the DCEU's most successful films and they actually follow what those characters represent. It's not just the shows. The general public prefer this because they actually are interesting even in the modern day.
People want Supergirl to be woke because it actually brings in a new audience of people from different ethnicities, genders, sexualities, etc. Comics are a dying medium. You can't just rely on the same people who were in denial they were even liking capes by reading DKR.
Superman's costume has been different a whole bunch of times over the years, and the undies aren't the only part of the classic apparel. Him having the bright colors, and wearing a belt was actually closer to the New 52 than the Cavill version which was basically chainmail in really dark blue. It had no divider between the top and bottom and was pretty much a bulky skinsuit.
You're also comparing a smaller network to movies DC has invested it's full dollar into. In terms of overall results in reviews, you aren't going to get to the same numbers. Still doesn't mean there isn't an audience or that it is worse quality wise. It's simply smaller. We also live in a toxic world where two women getting married is apparently "forcing stuff down our throats" so there's that too that affects reviews.
There is typically a consistent evolution. Superman's evolution stayed typically consistent as the hopeful man of tomorrow. Batman's is a little more complicated, but by now in the modern age is a dark avenger who bends the rules, but the one rule he won't break is that he will not kill. So no, I don't mean his first appearance. By that point, he didn't develop a personal identity. He practically started off as Zorro combined with Sherlock Holmes and the Shadow who did kill people.
Because lots of people like you are embarrassed by the tights, the positive characters, the men and women of tomorrow, etc. They want to "fix" characters like Superman to make it seem like their interests in comic books are mature and edgy. The people still living in that 80s to 90s Bronze Age line of thinking. There's quite a few. Even though it's frankly fine for people to be into childish things. To have moments of wonder is to be human. There are plenty in denial though.