Kite Man: Hell Yeah gets a streaming date, and yes, it's real
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Kite Man: Hell Yeah gets a streaming date, and yes, it's real

Jul 02, 2024 10:34 AM

The animated series "Kite Man: Hell Yeah!", a spin-off from the Harley Quinn show, finally has a release date of July 18 on Max. This unexpected series focuses on the lesser-known character Kite Man, continuing the comedic and parodical tone of its parent show. The cast includes notable names like Matt Oberg, Stephanie Hsu, James Adomian, and Keith David, with a posthumous appearance by Lance Reddick as Lex Luthor. Additionally, Harley Quinn has been renewed for a fifth season, though details remain sparse.

Who is Kite Man in the Harley Quinn series?

Kite Man is a minor villain in the Batman universe known for using kite-themed weapons and gadgets. Initially viewed as a humorous and underwhelming character, he gained popularity for his quirky personality in DC's Harley Quinn series.

The Harley Quinn animated series reimagines classic DC characters with a comedic twist, positioning itself as a parody of superhero tropes. Harley Quinn herself, originally created for Batman: The Animated Series, has evolved into a beloved character thanks to her complex personality and unique storyline, inspiring multiple spin-offs and adaptations, including this new Kite Man series.

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N3rdo N3rdo commented on: 2024-07-02 11:00:05
I'm super stoked for Kite Man: Hell Yeah—it’s about time that an underdog character like Kite Man gets the spotlight with that quirky Harley Quinn humor. And seeing Lance Reddick's final appearance as Lex Luthor That's gonna hit differently.
Sephiroth Sephiroth commented on: 2024-07-02 10:48:02
Kite Man: Hell Yeah dropping on July 18 is awesome news—can't wait to see this quirky underdog steal the spotlight in his own series. Plus, a fifth season of Harley Quinn Looks like we're in for more epic laughs and creative chaos
Mr. Bison Mr. Bison commented on: 2024-07-02 10:42:02
Kite Man's spin-off getting its own show is both surprising and exciting—can't wait to see the lesser-known villain shine with humor and flair Also stoked that Harley Quinn is renewed for a fifth season; it's definitely earned its spot with those brilliant, comedic storylines.
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