JUSTICE LEAGUE Director Zack Snyder Responds To Batman/Catwoman Controversy With A Very NSFW Image

It was recently revealed that DC stopped the Harley Quinn series from including a scene with Batman performing oral sex on Catwoman, and it turns out Zack Snyder has his own unique take on the matter...

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Well, this...this is certainly something. 

Earlier this week, we shared comments from Harley Quinn executive producer Justin Halpern, who revealed that DC prevented them from including a scene with Batman performing oral sex on Catwoman. What he probably didn't expect is for those remarks to go viral, and it's pretty much all Twitter has been talking about this week. 

When Halpert was asked why they couldn't include the scene, he revealed that DC replied: "'We sell consumer toys for heroes. It’s hard to sell a toy if Batman is also going down on someone.'"

Needless to say, DC probably isn't happy that this deleted scene is receiving so much attention on social media and from major news outlets, and they more than likely won't be a fan of this either! 

Late last night, Justice League and Army of the Dead director Zack Snyder took to social media to share Frank Miller-inspired image of the Caped Crusader proving he is, in fact, not a selfish lover. 

We're not sure where this piece of artwork originated, but it's certainly received plenty of attention. As you can see, Snyder labelled it "canon," so we can probably assume that when his Batman crossed paths with Selina Kyle in the DC Extended Universe...he did what his animated counterpart could not. 

Check out Snyder's Tweet below:
 

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