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In honor of Batman’s 80th anniversary, the DC Universe streaming service will offer all of its Batman-related content to stream for free—for one day only. Starting at midnight EST on Saturday, March 30, the free streaming day will last for 24 hours until 11:59PM EST.
Here’s the content DC Universe will have available for free:
Batman & Mr. Freeze: Subzero
Batman & Robin
Batman Beyond: The Return of the Joker
The Batman vs Dracula
Batman vs. Robin
Batman: Assault on Arkham
Batman: Gotham Knight
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm
Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman
Batman: The Animated Series HD
Batman: The Brave and the Bold
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 2
Batman: Under the Red Hood
Batman: Year One
Gotham By Gaslight
Justice League Unlimited
Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox
Justice League: War
Justice League vs Teen Titans
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
Justice League: Doom
Justice League: Gods & Monsters
Justice League: The New Frontier
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
Legends of the Superheroes
The New Adventures of Batman
The New Batman Adventures
Son of Batman
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
And so, inspired in part by the late Anthony Bourdain (still feels weird typing those words), I’ve fallen down the rabbit hole of French bistro food. A hearty bowl of beef bourguignon. A salad of frisée and lardons. Seared steak with a generous round of maitre d’hotel butter melting atop. Not only did I want to eat it, I wanted to cook it.
When I solicited Twitter for bistro cookbook recommendations, I shouldn’t have been surprised by the top suggestion.
Once you consider the boatload of Pride and Prejudice retellings that have sprouted up in recent years, and the fact that even books that aren’t Austen-adjacent are still Austen-inspired, you’ll see that Jane Austen continues to influence our tastes and creative works today. I’ve picked out 13 fantastic, new rom-com novels for you to check out, but trust me—there are plenty of other books out there that Janeites, in particular, will love.