Flashpoint Beyond, a sequel to the blockbuster DC Comics storyline that will reintroduce Thomas Wayne's Batman, has been confirmed

Flashpoint Beyond, a new event in the DC Universe that will follow Thomas Wayne's Batman after the events of the blockbuster comic arc, has been revealed.

Flashpoint Beyond, a sequel to the blockbuster DC Comics storyline that will reintroduce Thomas Wayne's Batman, has been confirmed

The Flash, the latest DC Extended Universe film that adapts Flashpoint, one of the most popular comic arcs, will hit theaters in November.


As a result, The Flash would depict the effects of Barry Allen traveling to the past to save his mother's life, flipping the DC universe on its head and resurrecting legendary characters like as Michael Keaton's Batman.


Given the high anticipation for the upcoming DC film, it's not unexpected that DC Comics decided to capitalize on the Flashpoint tale by releasing its official sequel, Flashpoint Beyond.


This sequel will focus on Thomas Wayne's Batman and continue the original tale, which will also include Jeremy Adams and Tim Sheridan, and will reintroduce Geoff Johns, the screenwriter of the original Flashpoint.


In the comics, Barry Allen devised a new universe in which Bruce Wayne died in place of his parents, and Thomas Wayne eventually became Gotham's vigilante, by protecting his mother.


While it appeared that the Flashpoint timeline had been obliterated, Batman has recently made his presence felt in the present DC Universe.


He effectively became a full-fledged villain before finally finding redemption in the Infinite Frontier series by targeting his son in an attempt to save him from wasting his life as a Caped Crusader. Batman, on the other hand, is returning home.

Flashpoint Beyond, a sequel to the blockbuster DC Comics storyline that will reintroduce Thomas Wayne's Batman, has been confirmed

"Thomas corrected the timeline in the first Flashpoint. His kid grew up to become the Batman we all know and love, and Thomas got to see the results of his sacrifice firsthand "In an interview with IGN, Jeremy Adams stated.


"Consider the possibility that it has been taken away from her. She's back in that world without her son, which is still a nightmare... It's the motivating cause behind her desire to participate in the show "Added he.


"Thomas has now seen so much of the world outside that one has to question if he caught enough light in those intervening years to enable him see clearly now that he is back in the darkness that previously engulfed and consumed him," Tim Sheridan adds. "I don't believe there is a simple solution to that question, which is why it is at the heart of Flashpoint Beyond in many respects."


The story will begin with Flashpoint Beyond #0, which will be released on April 5, 2022 in the United States. Meanwhile, here is a list of DC Comics' most dangerous villains (as determined by the publisher).

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