‘Swamp Thing’ Not Connected To ‘Titans’ & Other DC Universe Shows

Titans Robin Swamp Thing DC ComicsTitans Robin Swamp Thing DC ComicsDC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher Jim Lee has revealed that the upcoming Swamp Thing series won’t tie into Titans or Doom Patrol, despite being on the same streaming platform.

Many have been wondering how the DC Universe series Titans, Doom Patrol, Swamp Thing, Stargirl and Harley Quinn would all tie together. For now, it seems that they won’t, for the most part. Doom Patrol is a direct spin-off from the Titans series, but that’s as far as the connections go at this point. While speaking with CNET, Lee had to say about Swamp Thing crossing over with the other DC Universe shows:

“We have no mandate to tie everything together.”

This brief comment doesn’t necessarily mean that we’ll never see Swamp Thing hanging out with Brenton Thwaites’ blood-soaked Robin. If the DC Univese streaming platform proves to be a popular service, it’s not impossible that we’ll see crossovers, but as for right now it seems that there are no plans to tie all of the shows together.

Are you happy to see DC not forcing the shows together, or would you like to see a cross over like the events The CW delivers in the Arrowverse? Let us know in the comments below!

Swamp Thing follows Abby Arcane as she investigates what seems to be a deadly swamp-born virus in a small town in Louisiana but soon discovers that the swamp holds mystical and terrifying secrets. When unexplainable and chilling horrors emerge from the murky marsh, no one is safe.

Swamp Thing is targeting a 2019 release on DC Universe.

Source: CNET

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy

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The Dark Knight Batman Christian Bale Christopher NolanThanos may have made half the universe disappear in Avengers: Infinity War, but the film still has nothing on Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy. Typically referred to as “The Dark Knight” trilogy, the series chronicles Bruce Wayne’s transformation from a scared child into the legendary hero of Gotham City. More than just exciting action films, each one of Nolan’s Batman flicks tackles complex themes and is packed full of exhilarating performances.

Now that it’s been ten years since the release of The Dark Knight, it feels like the perfect time to look deeper into the trilogy. Christopher Nolan and his team are very detail-oriented filmmakers, so there are a lot of hidden Easter eggs and exciting moments to dissect.

Hit Next to learn 10 things you didn’t know about Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy!

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