The next Hours arc will focus on Batman.Batman, Superman, and Spider-Man are pretty much the main characters of the series at this point. Supes and Spidey have had After Hours and Happy Hour respectively, so it stands to reason that the next arc will be Bats-centric.
Now that Disney owns Marvel Comics, Mickey Mouse will become their new boss, and unleash a Reign of Terror upon the Marvel Universe.We're talking, of course, about the foul-mouthed, fascistic Corrupt Corporate Executive Mickey from the Jonas Brothers episode of South Park. Since DC is owned by Warner Brothers, Disney's historical competition, the tyrannical Mouse will forbid the Marvel characters from interacting and associating with the DC characters. A new story arc will focus on how they cope with this evil takeover.
The next comparison videos will cover the area of Marvel and DC that hasn't been mentioned yet: CartoonsBored of just watching movies all the time, the heroes instead decide to watch Justice League and The Avengers and reflect on how their adventures are going on there. The kicker? Next thing you know, a whole slew of those characters will start inviting themselves to Stan's Place, and by the next story arc, we will have a full scale team-up between more than just the core members of the two companies.
Green Goblin will be the next villain.Related to the theory that Batman will be the next superhero because we've gotten Supe and Spidey, we've also gotten a Supe and Spidey villain, and GG has now Taken A Level In Badass following his fight with the Joker. And yeah, I know they introduced Darkseid at the end, but that could be used to build-up for season 4.
The thing Green Goblin was injected with gave him Deadpool's ability to break the fourth wall-including the fact that they're in a web series.It would explain why he came up with ending the episode on a cliffhanger scene, and why he seems more nuts than usual.
When Zero Hour starts up again in the Fall of 2010, Deadpool and Goblin will be revealed playing cards or reading comics to pass the time while Lex was just staring in disbelief.They both have the power to break the fourth wall and so they might be aware of time that passed. Also, it might serve as a take that to the fans who had been wondering when Zero Hour will start again?
Some Bionicle character will make some sort of appearanceWhy? Filler, most likely. Maybe a Bionicle: Mask of Light or Bionicle: The Legend Reborn (yes, I know Mask of light was back in 2003 and The Legend Reborn was 2009. Shut up) Vs. that Direct to DVD Iron Man movie. Why those two? Because both Tahu and Mata Nui sorta look like Iron Man. That, and the Bionicle comics are published by DC.
The Flash will eventually show up in the series.And he will play a pivotal role in the arc he appears in, after which he'll become a regular. Meanwhile, one or more of his Rogues Gallery will join the villains' bar.
The presence of Ghost Rider in the series means there's a chance Spider-Man will reclaim his memories of his marriage. Considering that Mephisto is Ghost Rider's chief nemesis, it's only natural.
Joe Polachi is actually The Joker
Joe Polachi is a Joker, but not The Joker
Lars will betray Lex near the end of the season.Because he's that much of a douche. And Spidey likes the hair.
Captain America's entrance to the show will be epic!
The Meow Mix in Batman's Pocket Has Something To Do With Catwoman.
Joe Quesada will appear in the series as a Big Bad.This is related to the Ghost Rider WMG above. Since the real-world reason for the events of One More Day was Executive Meddling on Quesada's part, it will become a plot point in this series, and there's going to be a major calling-out of Quesada by Stan Lee himself in-story (with the Real Life Take That in the Spider-Man newspaper comic strip, where One More Day got subverted, playing a major role).
The DC Relaunch is going to be included, or at least, joked about.After all, Peter's deal with Mephisto was included as part of the After Hours plot, so it doesn't make sense for a rebooting of the DCU to not be at least mentioned in passing somehow.
Darkseid has become an Omnicidal ManiacDarkseid obviously did not take the Joker's revelation well. It seemed like it went so far that Darkseid was driven insane. Now he wants to destroy all realities in his outrage at being a fictional character.
The next Big Bad will be a MarvelThe first three seasons all had DC villains for the Big Bad. Lex Luthor, The Joker, and then Darkseid. Marvel is due a supervillain by this point. Red Skull would be a reasonable option, but Galactus would also work. I don't know if there's an Ultron toy out there, but it would possibly make a good choice too. Regardless, the Marvel universe is due to toss out a villain with big plans for Stan's Place.
Mephisto will the Big Bad of Season 4.Zero Hour de-constructed the idea of Money, Dear Boy. Given how One More Day is arguably the single most hated and injuring incident in comic books, Season 4 will deal with the problem of Executive Meddling. Mephisto will be a powerful and dark figure, but unlike Darkseid he'll be completely aware about being a fictional character. He will be Eviller Than Thou to Darkseid(possibly demoting him to The Dragon), who can't simply be broken by the idea that he's fictional or even an action figure. His motive? Use Executive Meddling and Character Derailment to kill a character at the meta-fictional level. He will utilize "enforcers" who trick characters or alter their minds to become derailed versions of their regular selves. For example, Mephisto would bring Batman's parents back and let him have a happy family, which will lead to him becoming Crazy Steve. The ultimate objective will be for the audience to abandon their heroes, destroying the medium itself. This will the Five-Bad Band