The death of Batman will be the starting point of Gotham Knights, a series that would show a classic aspect of the Dark Knight
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On his Instagram account, the producer of Gotham Knights, Jonathan Gabay, shared a series of photos from the recording of the pilot episode of this new series that will soon arrive on the CW network.
In one of the photos, Gabay poses next to a blue Batman mask, which makes us think that the Dark Knight’s outfit will have a classic look.
Color takes us back to the years in which cartoonists such as Neal Adams, Jim Aparo, Jose Luis García-Lopez and other great references between the decades of the 70s and 90s.
Who killed the Dark Knight?
Following the murder of Bruce Wayne, his rebellious adopted son forges an unlikely alliance with the children of Batman’s enemies when they are all framed for the murder of the Caped Crusader. And as the city’s most wanted criminals, this gang of renegade misfits must fight to clear their names.
But in a Gotham without the Dark Knight to protect it, the city becomes the most dangerous in its history. However, hope comes from the most unexpected of places. As this team of mismatched fugitives will become their next generation of saviors.
Gotham Knights features a cast consisting of Olivia Rose Keegan as Duela Dent (Joker’s “daughter”), Navia Robinson as Carrie Kelley and Oscar Morgan as Turner Hayes, Bruce Wayne’s adopted son, Anna Lore as Stephanie Brown. While Fallon Smythe and Tyler DiChiara will play Harper and Cullen Row, and Misha Collins will play Harvel Dent / Two-Face.
The Gotham Knights series does not yet have a release date for its first season, but it will be at the end of 2022 or in the course of 2023 through the CW network.
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