HBO live series on Batman: Working title and plot clues of the DC show revealed

HBO live series on Batman: Working title and plot clues of the DC show revealed

HBO live series on Batman

Although the DC universe around the "Dark Knight" Batman is thanks to big cinema hits like "The Suicide Squad" (our film review: The slaughter "Guardians of the Galaxy"?) And "The Batman" directed by Matt Reeves , which is supposed to stir up the worldwide cinemas in 2022, an omnipresent entertainment topic, but at the same time there are a lot of large and small projects around Bruce Wayne, about which DC and Batman fans have very little information.

One of these planned productions is a real Batman series on prestige broadcaster HBO. The New York TV company, founded in 1972, has already proven several times with renowned shows such as "Game of Thrones", "Chernobyl" or "The Wire" that it is one of the most important high-quality entertainment providers in the world. Now there is finally first information about the Batman series, which takes fans once again to the gloomy and legendary metropolis Gotham City.

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"Arkham": What the working title reveals about the series

O Dark, brutal & very young: The new Batman trilogy with Robert Pattinson will tell a dark detective story of a young Bruce Wanyne ruled by vigilante justice, anger and despair. "The Batman" is slated to appear in cinemas around the world in 2022. Source: Warner Bros ftmals - not always! - the working title of a project says little or nothing about what one can actually expect from the final result. In the case of the HBO series, which is currently in a very early stage, that doesn't seem to be the case. According to The Illuminerdi, the current working title of the series is "Arkham", an obvious reference to the famous DC prison "Arkham Asylum", which is also the focus of the popular Arkham game series from developer Rocksteady.

The fictional Gotham Prison, first mentioned in the 1974 comic strip "Batman # 258", is a facility for mentally insane lawbreakers and super villains. Among other things, legendary comic greats such as Joker, Riddler and Two-Face were accommodated in it, but also many antagonists who are rather unknown.

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Connection to the comics, "Gotham" & "The Batman"

Legendary since 1915: The comic character Bruce Wayne, invented by Bob Kane and further developed by Bill Finger, is one of the most popular figures in pop culture and became one of the last century with countless great stories. Source: In addition, it has been confirmed that the series will mainly deal with corruption in the Gotham City Police Department. Another interesting piece of information is that the series is partly inspired by the 2003 published and renowned police comic "Gotham Central" by Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka and illustrator Michael Lark. The plot focuses on the police confronted with super bad guys and crazy people and always alternates between day and night shift. The series produced for HBO Max is supposed to tell the story from the perspective of an unnamed corrupt cop.

The still unnamed series is supposed to be a prequel to the highly anticipated Batman film by Matt Reeves ("Planet of the Apes" - Trilogy) and play in the first year of his vigilante justice. It is not yet known whether Batman actor Robert Pattison or other cast members of the upcoming blockbuster movie The Batman (buy now) will be involved. Rumor has it that Jeffrey Wright (Commissioner James Gordon) and Colin Farrell (The Penguin) will be represented. Finally, showrunner Joe Barton answered an interesting fan question on Twitter. Barton made it clear that the series will be "very different" than the Fox show "Gotham" and that there are "no good cops" in Batman's homeland.

What do you think of the many new information HBO series? Are you looking forward to the police series about the many crimes in the mega-metropolis of Gotham? Let us know what you think in the comments.


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