It’s hard to picture a DC Universe without the one and only Batman.
The live-action Justice League film won’t hit theaters until November 17, but we’ve already gotten a fairly solid look at the film’s main lineup of members.
Love it or hate it, but everything is coming back nowadays. That doesn’t have to be a bad thing, though.
You may have seen him around. Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye, the whiz with the bow and arrow, is an integral cog in the Avengers machine.
Dick Grayson is no stranger to playing the hero. As Batman’s “Boy Wonder”, Robin took to the scene in a green and red costume to fight crime. As Nightwing, defender of Blüdhaven, Grayson made his own calls in blue and black, free from the shadow of Batman. But when Bruce met an untimely fate due to the events of DC Comics’ Final Crisis, someone had to step in and take on the cape and cowl.
As we drift ever closer to the one-year anniversary of the start of DC Universe Rebirth, now seems like a pretty good time reflect on the craziness of DC’s line-wide reset. (Just don’t call it a reboot.) Since the infamous one-shot released, DC Comics characters across its universe returned to their roots, bringing with them oodles of continuity and character from years of comic history.