The single most surprising aspect about James Gunn and Peter Safran's unveiling of the DCU's Chapter 1 – Gods & Monsters is that it didn't get online sooner.
After all, select members of the press and industry leaders were given the exact same presentation 24 hours earlier, so it was a minor miracle that none of the information reached the internet ahead of time. Of course, it was inevitable that it would happen eventually, with a leaked image revealing a likely release timeline for the various slate of projects.
When the slate was released, Superman: Legacy was the only game that received an official release date, but if we take this grainy snap as gospel, Creature Commandos will be the first game out of the gate. After the Man of Steel gets his latest reboot, Waller enters on HBO Max, before The Authority leads seamlessly into The Brave and the Bold.
Before Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow is released to theaters, the True Detective-inspired Lanterns return to small screens, and the cycle starts all over again with episodic Wonder Woman offshoot Paradise Lost and the horror-tinged Swamp Thing.
Although Gunn and Safran may already know precisely how they'll deliver each of the aforementioned titles, there's no word on whether or not this is the true release schedule.