Give deviantart artists some credit, atleast they don't pretend like anything they make isn't a fan fiction,and we can atleast laugh at the art/stories.Agreed, looks like something from Deviantart in 2006.
To be fair, these stories are some of the few things fat teenage girls can insert themselves into without the aid of a crowbar and WD-40Fat teenage girls who like to insert themselves in the stories.
No thank you good sir, we already dodged that bullet. The network did really want a Batman in High School though, so the writers went back and reworked it until we got Batman Beyond, which was fucking awesome.While I'm not a fan of the concept, I rather have the animated Gotham High that could have been instead. At least these designs have more personality:
Apparently, Alfred is gay in it. Just like Jarvis in Ultimate continuity. Everything about this has already been done, except for Joker being a skateboarder.
Im really curious to see if this is true. I want to know how badly the yaoi fangirls are running the asylum.
This, really. It might as well be original fiction at this point, the only way it shares similarities with the original is names and themes which can be changed easy. Its just a shame and a waste of paper tbh.You know what, the premise of this comic is so far divorced from what Batman is it really doesn't matter that they race changed his ass.
I mean, it's still virtue signaling at that's the tell-tale sign of a writer having nothing else to offer in thier story aside from "woke points", but hey, it should make an interesting train-wreak if nothing else.
I dont disagree at all, that shit cringe as hell but 2000s slightly edgy teen cringe is easier on my soul than woke fanfic tier cringe. Batman Beyond was the tits, this is correct.No thank you good sir, we already dodged that bullet. The network did really want a Batman in High School though, so the writers went back and reworked it until we got Batman Beyond, which was fucking awesome.
Besides woketards (that won't buy it), they are probably angling for the hispters who'll buy it to prove they are "real comic fans".Who is the demographic that they are appealing to (rhetorical question)?
Certainly not to the people who made up their traditional base aka PAYING CUSTOMERS!
Kill it with fire.
This product should have never seen the light of day.