DC Has Released the Playlist for Batman and Catwoman’s Wedding Reception [Spoilers?]

Posted by July 2, 2018 Comment

Pressing bravely forward after spoiling their own highly anticipated comic in the headline of a New York Times article, DC has released the playlist for Batman and Catwoman’s wedding reception. Sure, dear  reader, you may have invested 49 issues into this comic book series only to have DC take away your choice to experience Batman #50 without knowing what happens before you read it, but hey, here’s a playlist! That’s gotta count for something, right?

Tom King, Joëlle Jones, Mikel Janín, Tony Daniel, and Mitch Gerads put the playlist together, so you can judge their tastes using the song list below:

Holding Out for a Hero – Bonnie Tyler
Joëlle Jones

Marry You – Bruno Mars
Tony S. Daniel

The Nights – Avicii
Mitch Gerads

More Than You Know – Axwell /\ Ingrosso
Tony S. Daniel

Como un lobo – Miguel Bosé
Mikel Janín

Superman – Taylor Swift
Mitch Gerads

Acrobat – U2
Mitch Gerads

The Girl Is Mine – Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney
Joëlle Jones

Pussycat Meow – Deee-Lite
Tom King

Noches de Boda – Joaquín Sabina
Mikel Janín

I’m A Midnight Mover – Bobby Womack
Tom King

Let’s Pretend We’re Married – Prince
Tom King

Besame Mucho – Anthology 1 Version – The Beatles
Joëlle Jones

Tired of Being Alone – Al Green
Tom King

Es por Ti – Cómplices
Mikel Janín

Jokerman – Bob Dylan
Mitch Gerads

This Could Be The Night – The Modern Folk Quartet
Tom King

Eyes Of Green – Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan
Tom King

Thank The Lord For The Night Time – Neil Diamond
Joëlle Jones

Y Nos Dieron las Diez – Joaquín Sabina
Mikel Janín

I’ve Never Been To Me – Charlene
Joëlle Jones

The Night We Met – Lord Huron
Mitch Gerads

My Way – Calvin Harris
Tony S. Daniel

No One’s Gonna Love You – Band of Horses
Tony S. Daniel

Y, ¿si fuera ella? – Alejandro Sanz
Mikel Janín

I Will Follow You Into The Dark – Death Cab for Cutie
Tony S. Daniel

And you can listen to it below:

So, is all forgiven? No? Oh well. They tried.

(Last Updated July 2, 2018 4:10 pm )

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