Webtoon’s ‘Batman: Wayne Family Adventures’ gets live-action adaptation

Ismahawk, the independent film maker, announced that they are partnering with Webtoons to make a live action series of the popular comic Batman: Wayne Family Adventures.

The independent filmmakers are planning to make a three part miniseries which will be available on the Ismahawk YouTube channel and will premiere in mid-October.

Wayne Family Adventures features the members of Batman/Bruce Wayne’s large adopted family in slice-of-life comedic adventure storylines.

Wayne Family Adventures is the first original DC Story by Webtoon, which drew more than 400,000 readers in the first two days of its release. In the Webtoon comic, it follows Bruce Wayne and the challenges he faces as a father figure to an endless supply of adopted, fostered and biological superhero children. Now the live-action series is prepared to take the franchise to a whole other level.

Here’s the official synopsis:

Batman needs a break. But with new vigilante Duke Thomas moving into Wayne Manor and an endless supply of adopted, fostered, and biological superhero children to manage, Bruce Wayne is going to have his hands full. Being a father can’t be harder than being Batman, right?

The live action adaptation will be directed by Danny Shepherd and director of photography is done by Jeremy Le. The cast members include Jonathan Bentley as Bruce Wayne, Yoshi Sudarso (Buffalo Boys, Bullet Train) as Dick Grayson / Nightwing, Lisa Foiles (All That, Malcolm in the Middle) as Barbara Gordon / Oracle, Tim Neff (Echo 3, Outpost) as Jason Todd / Red Hood, Peter Sudarso (Supergirl, The Paper Tigers) as Tim Drake / Red Robin, Meghan Camarena (Power Rangers Hyperforce, Video Game High School) as Stephanie Brown / Spoiler, Gemma Nguyen (Phantom Breaker) as Cassandra Cain / Orphan, Carter Rockwood as Damian Wayne / Robin, D-Shaunt “Fik-Shun” Stegall (So You Think You Can Dance) as Duke Thomas / Signal and Marcus Weiss (Scrubs, Le Rêve) as Alfred Pennyworth.