Gotham Knights It has already made it onto The CW screen, becoming one of only 3 DC Universe series that have managed to survive within the network, despite not being connected to it. Superman and Lois Or with the last banner of the Arrowverse, the light. However, the series does include references to the company’s comic mythology, in an effort to appeal to fans of the brand.
In Gotham Knights, in the aftermath of Bruce Wayne’s murder, his rebellious adoptive son forms an unlikely alliance with the sons of Batman’s enemies when they are all framed for the murder of the Caped Crusader. As the most wanted criminals in town, this rebellious gang of misfits must fight to clear their names. But in Gotham City without the Dark Knight to protect it, it becomes the most dangerous city ever. Hope comes from the most unexpected of places, as this team of disparate runaways will become their next generation of saviors known as the Knights of Gotham.
But the main heroes and Harvey Dent may not be the only DC characters to appear in the series. The recent reveal of the logo for the show’s fourth episode, “Of Butchers and Betrayals: X Marks the Spot,” could predict a live-action version of a popular character from the show. Teen Titans: Red-X (via ComicBookResources)
After discovering some potential leads in their investigation, Turner (Oscar Morgan) and Harper (Fallon Smith) investigate the possible connection between Bruce Wayne’s death and the mysterious death of an attorney.
Who is Red-X?
Red-X is a former “evil identity” that Robin used temporarily as part of a “covert” operation. The identity is later determined by a mysterious anti-hero. The new Red-X is a powerful and capable fighter, and has been shown to possess very similar abilities and techniques to those of Robin, and is even superior on many occasions, however, his mental abilities cannot compare to those of the Boy Wonder.
The Red-X suit is powered by a substance called xynothium, which allows the wearer to generate, from the front and palm of the gauntlets and the buckle of the belt, an “X” like any type of weapon, be it hard, hard as metal or versatile as rubber, or in the form of energy. The mask has a built-in sound distortion device, and the belt also brings many surprises.
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