5 June 2014 3:10 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Ever since Marvel started their beautifully crafted cinematic universe, many fans have wondered when, and how, were Warner Bros. going to give us a shared DC cinematic universe. This all intesified when Man of Steel was released and Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Trilogy was over. Many asked how Warner Bros. was going to catch up to Marvel's cinematic universe. Then came the announcement that the follow up to Man of Steel would have Batman, then Wonder Woman was announced, and now Cyborg is also apperantley in the film. This caused a panic among fans as they screamed that Warner Bros. has no clue what they're doing, that they're just rushing the DC cinematic universe, but it seems a very few calmed down and saw what Warner Bros plan actually was. The plan that Warner Bros. seems to be using was one used by their first shared universe. Bruce Timm »

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