E3 Vidcasts :: DC Universe Online
Ever wonder why Frank Miller’s All-Star Batman & Robin never comes out? It’s because series artist Jim Lee has spent the last three years or so working on DC Universe Online. The MMORPG has only recently reared its head from development hell and packs it a tremendous punch: it allows for players to create their own unique characters within the DCU. Geoff Johns is the principal writer and Jim Lee is executive creative director so that’s two things pointing towards a cool DCU experience, but how does this crazy dynamic work, how does it compare to all the other mainstream MMOs, and can you join the Lantern Corps? All this and more:
Unsatisfied with the answers he’d found so far, Cap interviews Catwoman herself to try to claw at the E. Nigma of why she’s billed as a villain in DCU Online:
The story behind DCU Online will be expanded upon in another DC-produced 52 issue weekly comic, DC Universe: Legends. Perhaps this’ll be the next big event after Brightest Day? We’ll keep you posted.
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