Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman with Director Zack Snyder on set of “Zack Snyder’s Justice League.” Image courtesy of Clay Enos / HBO Max

DC’s Jim Lee says there are no plans to continue ‘SnyderVerse’

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During a Thursday night panel at 2022 San Diego Comic Con International, DC Comics Creative Jim Lee stated that there are no plans for a continuation of the fan-favorite “SnyderVerse” in cinematic continuity. 

“You know, what’s amazing is that we spent two years in lockdown — and here we are, back at a convention, celebrating the art form, feeling good,” the comic book artist stated. “I work on the projects that are in development. And so, I think the ‘Snyder Cut’ was Zack’s vision realized, and it was a really satisfying story told, but there’s no plans for additional work on that material.”

“Restore the SnyderVerse” has been a prevalent online social media campaign since the 2021 release of “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” on HBO Max. Fans have been flying banners behind planes over Warner Bros. Properties and during the Academy Awards earlier this year. 

Fans continue to campaign with planned and unplanned events, both online and in person. 

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