He revealed that DC stepped in to stop them from showing Batman having oral sex on Catwoman, not because the Dark Knight is a selfish lover, but because they deemed it inappropriate for one of their own. best sellers of goods. It’s a little odd when this is clearly a series aimed at adult audiences, and Warner Bros. quickly found himself besieged by social media posts on the scene.
Chances are they weren’t very happy with Halpern, but the studio apparently had a bigger problem with Justice League director Zack Snyder.
Like many people, he responded to viral news and shared a piece of art with Batman doing oral sex on Selina Kyle. It wasn’t clear if this was something he pulled from a comic (it wasn’t from a comic we could identify), a conceptual artwork by DC Extended Universe or an image he personally created to share with fans.
Regardless, it has now been deleted “in response to a report from the copyright holder”. We’re not sure exactly how Warner Bros. succeeded, but the whole situation looks a bit like ‘gunshots’ to some fans. The image remains on Vero, and Snyder has previously commented on the removal with a screenshot of the Tweet and the caption “If I move on”.
Needless to say, this is one of the stranger stories that we have brought back here for quite some time …
– Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) June 18, 2021