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This new Gotham Knights series illustrates that DC has been making a lot of huge moves lately, especially on television. HBO Max has been dominated by the popular (and similarly amusing) Peacemaker, while The CW’s regular programmes have maintained their momentum despite a less-than-positive reviews from critics. If you haven’t already, you should check out Batwoman. Gotham Knights, DC’s newest TV series, has just received a pilot order from The CW. Assuming that Batman has died, the narrative urges his old allies to band together with the children of Batman’s worst enemies to defend the city in his place. The storey is set in an alternate timeline. In the unlikely event this seems similar, it’s probably because this isn’t the only upcoming Gotham Knights-themed project out there, which is odd. However, the two appear to be unconnected.
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Thanks to a fortunate turn of events, it should be easier to tell apart The CW show from the planned video game from WB Games Montreal, which will go by the same name. Murphy’s Multiverse, a fan news blog and fandom scoop-finder, has supposedly unearthed the prospective Gotham Knights characters. Some of these will come as no surprise, but others may be a bit of a shock.
According to Murphy’s Multiverse, some leading roles have been deduced using supposed insider knowledge from a casting call. Harper Row (Bluebird), her brother Cullen (Nightwing), Stephanie Brown (Spoiler), Dick Grayson (Nightwing), and Julia Pennyworth (Daughter of Alfred) are rumoured to appear, as is Duela Dent (self-proclaimed daughter of The Joker) and Tiffany Fox (daughter of Lucius Fox). To offer an indication of how long this project will take, the casting call is looking for actors between the ages of 18 and 25. Even if none of this is true, it’s still fun to speculate about what could happen. In light of their similar history as former Robins who collaborated with Batman, Grayson and Brown stand out as potential candidates. In the end, Grayson became Nightwing and Brown became the computer genius Spoiler, both assuming a new identity in the world of crime-fighting superheroes. Considering Harper Row is a bisexual young woman surviving on the streets and Cullen is a young gay kid who will supposedly be played by a transgender actor (albeit the character wasn’t verified as transgender in the comics), both characters might be welcomed attempts at LGBTQ+ inclusivity. It’s worth noting that this is all coming from a site that has been right on the money more than a few times, but it doesn’t detract from its credibility. However, the conjecture alone is enough to distinguish it from the Gotham Knights game. It’s possible that none of these forecasts come to fruition, or that they all do. Regardless, here’s hoping that both initiatives make it into the DC canon.