A new DC Comics animated film has confirmed that a beloved bisexual character once dated the villainous shark man. According to CBR. To the surprise of many fans, the former relationship between Constantine and villain King Shark was revealed. After the movie was released and fans expressed their varying reactions to the reveal online, which you can find dispersed throughout this article, screenwriter Mairghread Scott noted her surprise that the line was approved for the final edit.
In an exclusive interview with CBR , Ryan opened up about the King Shark revelation, and how it sort of set the internet ablaze. But on the original TV show, we caught a stink from some people about him not being bisexual. But what was interesting was we hadn't gotten that far in the time frame we were given. So who's to say we wouldn't have? Ryan continued, "In Legends , then, he's obviously bisexual and, with King Shark, he's obviously 'bi-specieal. I don't know the logistics of how that works but I just guffawed when I was reading it.
DC Reveals Constantine Slept With King Shark In Justice League Dark: Apokolips War
Constantine and King Shark's history comes out during a scene in which Constantine, Superman, and Raven visit a club where some of DC's supervillains, including members of the Suicide Squad, hang out. Constantine gets awkward when he notices King Shark is there and says he didn't expect to see his "ex. It's unclear where Constantine's relationship with King Shark fits into his personal timeline in this version of the DC Universe. Through his appearances in these movies, he's been fixated on Zatanna, but Matt Ryan has explored the character's sexuality in live-action portrayals on DC's Legends of Tomorrow. Now the remaining bastions of good—the Justice League, Teen Titans, Suicide Squad and assorted others—must regroup, strategize and take the war to Darkseid in order to save the planet and its surviving inhabitants.
A local surf life saving club has slammed a plan to remove shark nets at some of Sydney's most popular beaches - just one day after a Greens Councillor Lindsay Shurey last week issued a motion to Randwick Council to phase out the current shark meshing program at local beaches. In a 4. The club said it was very 'rare' for them to comment on 'political issues' but it is important to speak up when it comes to the safety of the community. Greens Councillor Lindsay Shurey last week issued a motion to Randwick Council to phase out the current shark meshing program at local beaches including Coogee and Maroubra, in the city's eastern suburbs.