DC FanDome event saw a flurry of exclusive trailers and never-before-seen
footage of DC’s upcoming projects being released on Thursday. The event
streamed on DCfandome’s official website in addition to DC’s Twitch, YouTube,
Twitter, and Facebook accounts.

The fans could not hold their excitement from
tweeting about the new releases.

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Upon the first look of the Flash, a user wrote, “Teaser
trailer of #TheFlashMovie was everything I hoped for, everything #Flash

Superhero Flash’s new suit design left the viewers in awe.
A person tweeted, “#Flash’s new suit is so beautiful! Love that it lights up
like that and I can’t wait to see him fight and run in that suit ?? #DCFanDome”

Netflix’s “Sandman,” the live action adaptation
of Neil Gaiman’s popular comic series, was also of great interest amongst the

A user remarked on the show’s first look, “Dreams do come
true! At #DCFanDome, @warnerbrostv unveiled a first look at Gwendoline Christie’s Lucifer in
the upcoming @Netflix_Sandman series based on the landmark comic by
@neilhimself for @DCComics #TheSandman”

The Behind The Scenes of the upcoming superhero film Aquaman
and the Lost Kingdom was also dropped during the event. The franchise’s
admirers were all praises for director James Wan’s work.

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“We’re now getting some behind the scenes footage for
#Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom. Director James Wan promises a more “mature”
film, while still holding its fun aspect. Looks like Black Manta will be the
main villain. #DCFanDome”, a user said.

Another mentioned in their tweet, “I didn’t think James
Wan could out do the already perfect Black Manta design, but colored me
surprised he did it! #Aquaman #DCFanDome”

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DC FanDome 2021 is the second edition of the convention,
which was developed and announced in June 2020, as Warner Bros. and DC’s
response to San Diego Comic-Con’s cancellation owning to the COVID-19 pandemic.