Sony Boss Promises Spider-Man 4 Is Happening, Black Adam Could Have Been In The Flash & More

Warner Bros. has revealed some brand new images from the upcoming animated flick “Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham.” The movie was announced earlier this year during San Diego Comic-Con and is based on the 2000 Elseworlds tale of the same name by Mike Mignola (of “Hellboy” fame) and Richard Pace. The story is set in the 1920s, and these photos very much speak to the setting. As for what to expect? A synopsis for the comic reads as follows:

It’s Gotham City, 1928. Twenty years have passed since a madman slew the parents of young Bruce Wayne, heir to one of the city’s oldest fortunes. Twenty years since he fled the carnage of Gotham. But now Bruce Wayne has returned—and hell has followed. A terrible thing from beyond space and time has awakened. The Lurker on the Threshold has called its faithful servants—immortal sorcerers, reptile men, beings of eldritch cold and fungal horror—to feed our world into its gaping maw. If the Batman hopes to end the horror, how terrible must Bruce Wayne become?

No release date has been announced yet but the movie is set to debut in 2023.

Leave a Comment