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HBO Max is facing more backlash this week, this time from comic book fans who have learned that a large portion of its DC Comic films will be pulled from the platform shortly after its launch.

The big draw to sign up for the TimeWarner streaming service, which launched on May 27, was that users can view any show and film from both the HBO and the Warner Brothers catalogs all in the same place. Included in the Warner Brothers catalog is a long list of superhero franchises that include Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Justice League, much of which was used to promote the platform.

However, it was confirmed on Tuesday that HBO Max was pulling a large selection of its superhero films on July 1, less than two months since the launch. Those films include “Justice League,” “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” “Wonder Woman,” “Suicide Squad,” “Batman,” “Batman Returns,” “Batman Forever,” “Batman & Robin,” “Catwoman,” “Jonah Hex” and “The Losers.”

HBO said the platform will rotate the DC Comics library. Other films will be uploaded throughout the year and the removed films will eventually return.

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