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DC FanDome: See All the Trailers From ‘Batman,’ ‘Flash,’ ‘Black Adam,’ ‘Peacemaker’ and More

DC FanDome, the one-stop shop for all things DC comic book movies, TV shows, and Actual Comics, is back for a second year of news, trailers, and series celebrations.

The DC movie slate is stacked for the next few years. 2022 will see the theatrical releases of The BatmanBlack AdamThe FlashAquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and a number of HBO Max originals, and then in 2023, Warner Bros. will release Shazam! Fury of the Gods — and quite possibly Wonder Woman 3.

Then there are The CW shows like The FlashLegends of TomorrowSuperman & Lois, and the upcoming Naomi, keeping the Arrowverse alive as DC expands its TV horizons in the form of Peacemaker and Green Lantern HBO Max. That’s on top of all the animated content coming to various platforms over the next few years.

And let’s not forget comics. DC FanDome promises major announcements for Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, and the Milestone universe. It’s a big world out there, and all the heroes are in play.

Here is all the news in one place for the 2021 DC FanDome.

Upcoming Films

“The Batman”

The gritty new trailer shows new looks at Catwoman, Penguin, the Riddler, Alfred and Robert Pattinson’s Batman beating up plenty of thugs and taking lots of bullets.

“Black Adam”

Dwayne Johnson showed off the first footage from his anti-hero movie, where he electrocutes a man into dust.


A spinoff show from James Gunn’s film “The Suicide Squad,” “Peacemaker” sees John Cena return as his homicidally patriotic hero. In the first teaser for the show, Peacemaker teams up with other vigilantes, fights in his underwear and hugs a bald eagle.

“The Flash” movie

In the first look at Ezra Miller’s “The Flash” movie, multiple versions of the Scarlet Speedster team up with Sasha Calle’s Supergirl to head into the multiverse. In the teaser, Michael Keaton’s Batman cowl also makes a brief appearance.

“Shazam: Fury of the Gods”

A behind-the-scenes look at the “Shazam” sequel reveals Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu’s villainous gods, Rachel Zegler’s new character, Greek monsters and bigger action to come in the June 2023 film.

Upcoming Video Games

“Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League”

The upcoming video game lets you control members of the Suicide Squad, including Harley Quinn, Killer Shark, Boomerang and Deadshot, to take down Superman, Flash, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman and more.

“Gotham Knights”

Robin, Batgirl, Nightwing and Red Hood must take on the Court of Owls in this upcoming video game.

DC TV Shows

“Superman & Lois”

Go behind the scenes of the Kent family home with “Superman & Lois” stars Elizabeth Tulloch and Alex Garfin. 


The “Supergirl” cast bids farewell to the CW superhero show after six seasons and looks back at some of their favorite moments. 


Stargirl finds herself in a black-and-white purgatory in this sneak peek at Tuesday’s upcoming episode of the CW series. 

“Doom Patrol”

“Doom Patrol” is being renewed for Season 4 on HBO Max, and the show got a new trailer for the remaining episodes of Season 3. 

“DC League of Super-Pets”

Dwayne Johnson voices Superman’s dog Krypto and and Kevin Hart is Batman’s four-legged friend Ace the Bat Hound in the first look at the upcoming animated movie.


Batwoman and the psycho villain Alice must team up in a new trailer for Season 3 of the CW series. A second teaser also goes in depth with the comic book character Batwing, played by Camrus Johnson in the show. 

“Harley Quinn”

The hit adult animated show gets an early look at Season 3, including glimpses at Harley and Ivy’s blossoming relationship.

“Young Justice”

A new trailer for “Young Justice: Phantoms” shows some of the grown-up heroes in action, and the first two episodes are now available on HBO Max. New episodes will release every Thursday, beginning Oct. 21.


Ava DuVernay’s new CW series “Naomi” gets a first look, starring Kaci Walfall as the titular Black female superhero.

“Catwoman: Hunted”

Catwoman, voiced by Elizabeth Gillies, attempts to steal a priceless gem and finds herself pursued by Batwoman and other villains in this anime-inspired film on HBO Max.

“Sweet Tooth”

“Sweet Tooth” star Christian Convery answers fan questions shooting in New Zealand, what he hopes to see in Season 2 of the Netflix series and more. 

“The Sandman”

See the first look at “Game of Thrones” star Gwendoline Christine as Lucifer in Neil Gaiman’s adaptation of “Sandman” on Netflix.

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