After a two-year hiatus, San Diego Comic-Con is finally back on the big stage, and fans across the world are hyping up to see what Marvel and DC hold in store at the geek extravaganza. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that SnyderVerse fans saw SDCC as a huge chance to get their views heard by Warner Bros. Discovery.
In advance of the highly anticipated event that officially begins on Thursday, July 21, and concludes on Sunday, July 24, fans of the DC Extended Universe are relaunching their long-running campaign calling for the restoration of the SnyderVerse, a move that would allow Zack Snyder to complete the Justice League trilogy that has always been his vision.
Not only that, but the movement also demands the release of David Ayer’s cut of Suicide Squad as well as Ben Affleck’s supposed solo Batman film, which ultimately became Matt Reeves’ The Batman starring Robert Pattinson.
The @RtSnyderverse Twitter account also foreshadowed the campaign’s Times Square invasion through the Nasdaq Tower billboard. Is this movement going to make enough of a splash over SDCC weekend?
The so-called “cultists” of Snyder are famous for their unwavering devotion, and there is no question that they will do all in their power to ensure that the SnyderVerse movement is a success. Even if Warner Discovery is said to be interested in delivering much-needed stability to the DC Extended Universe, it’s better to keep expectations low due to WB executives’ notorious stubbornness.
Both versions of Justice League by Zack Snyder are currently available on HBO Max.