Oh no that would piss me off
I’d make a twilight style romance movie where there’s a love triangle between Clark, Lois, and Diana. Clark can’t decide between the two until the final 10 minutes of the movie where he finds out his one true love is Batman.
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I would be way better for Clark than any of them.
I would totally stream this. #TeamDiana
I could say the same thing about some of the clearly-fatal punches in BvS.
You could be right - maybe all those "Biff"s and "Pow"s were just cleverly placed to obscure the blood gushing from mouths and noses
This is a fun idea
Harvey - After Batman leaves Gotham city for an international mission, a drunk and dirty police officer Harvey Bullock, gets kidnapped by Two-Face. The semi-drunk loudmouth has to learn to escape without the assistance of the police force to save his a**. This would be an action/comedy
Arrow & Canary Holiday Special… By Hallmark (You get the idea)
Steve Urkel Meets Batman & Robin - Steve Urkel has finally created the time machine he’s always dreamt of, but after Laura & Carl accidently get thrown into another universe, Steve learns that he is the only one who can save them. After changing into his alter ego “Stefan”, he then crosses paths with none other than Batman & Robin… from the Batman Forever universe.
That’s all I could come up with right now lol
I would watch the stuffing out of this.
pretty sure the title says to make the worst dc slate
not peak fiction
Honestly, they still sound like bad ideas in my head lol.
the 2nd idea isnt horrible
We were talking about this on another thread, but I think what could be the absolute worst idea for a DC show would be a superhero romance series titled Comet & Kara: The New Adventures of Supergirl. If you know Comet the Superhorse’s backstory from the Silver Age, you’ll understand why…
Need to follow up on Comet.
I think @TheCosmicMoth would like it.
Comet is good by me. You see what he did at the end of Woman of Tomorrow? That’s stepping up.
… I could make that movie work. You can make anything work. All that matters is how you do it.