Even Batgirl Doesn’t Believe SnyderVerse Will Be Erased

Written By Mikey Sutton • Editor-in-Chief • Owner

A Batgirl set photo teases the SnyderVerse won’t be erased. Last week rumors exploded. Apparently, The Flash film will delete Zack Snyder’s DCEU movies.

In other words, they’re wiped from canon.

Flash star Ezra Miller even debunked it.

He said:

No power or force in any known megaverse would or could ever erase Zack Snyder’s mighty wrkz.

Unfortunately, Miller’s voice wasn’t loud enough to quiet the thunder.

Bad news travels fast, especially if it’s inaccurate.

Moreover, it divided the fans.

There were some who felt Miller lied.

Yet they believed Flash co-star Ben Affleck when he claimed his Batman days were over.

Some people will only cherry-pick what supports their argument.

Call off the SnyderVerse’s funeral.

Even Batgirl Doesn’t Believe Snyderverse Will Be Erased

Even Batgirl Doesn’t Believe Snyderverse Will Be Erased

Image: Warner Bros

Batgirl is set after The Flash.

Thus, if The Flash junked the SnyderVerse, there’d be no traces of it.

No pieces of Alderaan after the Death Star blew it up.

Instead, there’s a magazine in Batgirl with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice references.

Perhaps DC Films should’ve used Liquid Paper instead.

The Gotham Tattler tabloid has an event from Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice on the cover.

Furthermore, there’s Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor in prison.

Granted, they spelled his name wrong (“Luther”).

Perhaps Warner Bros. hired the wrong Fiverr freelancer.

Or an intern had a long day.

Then again, the Tattler is supposed to be a cheap rag.

Thus, they’re not going to fact check.

Whatever the case, BvS still exists in Batgirl.

Even Batgirl Doesn’t Believe Snyderverse Will Be Erased

Image: Warner Bros

I actually scooped the SnyderVerse’s destruction on March 26, 2021.

Afterwards, when the script changed, I reported that, too.

Nevertheless, the Flashpoint Timeline will produce craziness.

Still, the SnyderVerse is safe.

However, will The Flash make any sense?

So far, it sounds like a cross between Flashpoint and Back to the Future Part II.

In some way, its marketing recalls that of Spider-Man: No Way Home and Morbius.

Sony played with expectations magnificently.

After all, we still don’t know what universe Morbius is in.

If The Flash removes the SnydeVerse, why is Kiersey Clemons’ Iris West in it?

After all, she only appeared in Zack Snyder’s Justice League.

In addition, why is another SnyderVerse vet, J.K. Simmons, in Batgirl?

Questions remain.


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