Zack Snyder, the director behind the Snyderverse, has given fans a glimmer of hope for the restoration of his DC Universe. For years, fans have been fighting for the return of the Snyderverse, but with James Gunn taking over as CEO of the DC Universe, it seemed like their efforts were futile. However, during Snyder’s FullCircle event, he hinted at the possibility of more Snyderverse content in the future.
During a Q&A session, a fan asked Snyder about the Batman-Joker scenario in the Knightmare timeline. Snyder hesitated to reveal more about the scenario, citing the fact that it had never been spoiled before. He asked fans to wait a little bit longer, which sparked excitement among Snyderverse fans.
Here’s what Snyder said: “At that point, (Batman’s) real vulnerability was Robin. What’s obvious is that The Joker understood that. And all I’ll say is that – I think I’ve talked about this a little bit. Clearly, he blew him up. Or it looks like he burned/scorched him. I think beyond that, I really don’t want to say the actual circumstances because I feel like it’s a spoiler for maybe a thing that may never be spoiled. We should wait to see, don’t you think? A little bit.”
Snyder talked about Batman’s vulnerability, which was Robin. He revealed that the Joker understood this vulnerability and hinted that he had blown him up or scorched him. Snyder refrained from revealing any more details, stating that it might be a spoiler for something that may never be spoiled. He then asked fans to wait and see, suggesting that the Snyderverse may have more stories to tell.
For fans of the Snyderverse, this is a glimmer of hope. Snyder’s comments suggest that he has more stories to tell and that he is not ready to reveal everything just yet. Perhaps we will see more of the Snyderverse on Netflix or another platform in the future. Only time will tell. Until then, fans will continue to fight for the restoration of the Snyderverse and eagerly await any news on its return.
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