Zack Snyder is ready to revive the "Snyder Universe" in print comics.

Zack Snyder is ready to revive the "Snyder Universe" in print comics.
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Director wants to continue developing SnyderVerse
Zack Snyder is open to reviving and continuing the Snyder Universe in print comic book format. Before HBO Max released Zack Snyder's Justice League in 2021, the director spoke in a 2020 interview about being in talks with DC Comics creative director and artist and publisher Jim Lee about returning to the expanded DC universe with print comics. However, according to Zack Snyder, in anticipation of his long-awaited "Zack Snyder's Justice League" project, DC "decided not to pursue" a limited comic book series set before "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and after "Zack Snyder's Justice League." "I'd really enjoy working on it if it were possible," Zack Snyder said, adding that he hasn't been involved in negotiations for a DC comic book recently.

"There was a time when we were going to do it, and then I think the desire somehow changed. We're writing a graphic novel based on 'Rebel Moon,' and I think we're going to do a short animated movie," Zack Snyder said of his upcoming "Rebel Moon" sci-fi movie for Netflix, which will have two parts. - We're going to do a bunch of other things that are just crazy, it's all in the works."

Zack Snyder is currently busy creating the "Rebel Moon" universe and developing two new anime series for Netflix - "Twilight of the Gods" and the animated prequel to "Army of the Dead" "Army of the Dead: Lost Las Vegas."

What was Zack Snyder's print comic book supposed to be about by SnyderVerse?

The comic was supposed to be a prequel to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and an epilogue to Zack Snyder's Justice League. The director had previously said that his comic was about "a motley crew left behind trying to take the world back," and "within that story we would also do a story about the Joker killing Robin."