You’ll be able to see the Bat Cowl Collection next month and get your hands on DC’s virtual reality pictures depicting Batman’s 83-year history.
The nonfungible tokens (NFTs) will cost $300 each, meaning DC and Warner Bros. are looking at making approximately $60 million from the drop.
DC fans who own FanDome NFTs will get an exclusive presale access to the Batman Cowl Collection. The release date is April 26th, and get your tickets today!
The next set of NFTs will be released through DC’s NFT marketplace. You can find them at nft.dcuniverse.com, with updates on the latest releases and collections, or purchase them right there as well if you like to shop online! We even have some DC FanDome NFTs, which were doled out randomly to registrants.
The NFT drop has been spurred by the release of Warner Bros.’ “The Batman,” which has brought in $330 million at the domestic box office and also launched what is currently considered to be one of the largest consumer products collections in more than a decade.
Batman Cowl NFT Digital Collectibles
The Bat Cowl Collection is being released in a limited edition fashion and Warner Bros. Consumer Products is partnering with Palm NFT Studio to help creators create NFTs for the collection.
DC points out that each NFT in the Bat Cowl Collection has a set of traits designed to represent and resonate with the “diversity” of Batman stories. And interestingly enough, they will also be incorporated into future stories.
Other than being a one-of-a-kind NFT collectible, the Bat Cowl Collection promises to offer purchasers additional perks. This is because of the potential for higher resale value and the chance to contribute to a good cause.
Purchases of the new DC Universe online collection includes access to a private forum with exclusive content, physical items, and more.
DC has created an interactive timeline, which will help Bat Cowl NFT owners. The roadmap expands usage every 52 days in areas such as augmented reality, metaverse integration and expanded wallet capabilities.
DC and Warner Bros. unveiled the new Bat Cowl Collection at the inaugural NFTLA Conference. They collaborated with Palm NFT Studio and 3D design studio Daz3D for the creative design of these new garments.
Warner Bros’ Hackbarth’s been in charge of all NFT initiatives. Last year, Palm NFT Studio worked with Warner Bros. on a project that generated 91,000 limited-edition NFTs featuring characters from “Space Jam: A New Legacy,” which were given out for free to
Warner Bros. has also partnered with the Nifty project to sell 100,000 units of tokens for “The Matrix” and timed it with the release of “The Matrix Revivals”
The studio teamed up with Cartamundi’s Hro platform for DC trading card non-fungible tokens which have a hybrid physical-digital component and Funko Digital Pops which was released on March 29th.