Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment have released a new trailer for their upcoming animated DC Universe Original Movie Batman: The Killing Joke.
Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics have given us an early Christmas present with the Blu-ray release of the complete series of Justice League Unlimited.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has announced their next title in the DC Universe Original Movie collection: Batman: Bad Blood.
Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have announced that a new Justice League animated series is in development that is being created exclusively for the Machinima video entertainment network. The series entitled Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles is currently in production and will be released in 2015.
In this episode the man, the myth, the legend himself, Greg Weisman, joins Tom Fonss and Marc Vibbert.
Weisman’s Shakespearian background, the origins of Gargoyles (and it’s twentieth anniversary), hopes for the possible futures of both The Spectacular Spider-Man and Young Justice, as well as voice acting on Star Wars: Rebels are all spoken of. Plus so much more…
Also Discussed: Doctor Who and Transformers – Beast Machines reviews, Donald Glover as Miles Morales/Spider-Man, Daffy Duck’s Quackbusters, and a flying Baymax.
(Recorded on 09/12/14)
More good news out of San Diego Comic-Con 2014. DC and Warner Bros. announced that animator and director Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series) will be directing the next Justice League original animated movie. Entitled, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, the film is based on an original story by Alan Burnett and Sam Liu.
After Warner Bros. Animation’s CG-animated TV series Beware the Batman was abruptly pulled from its Cartoon Network time slot mid-season last October (only 11 episodes aired), many wondered what would happen to the rest of the season and to the show. IGN is reporting that the remainder of season one (and the series) will be burned off this summer on CN’s Adult Swim during its Toonami programming block.
In addition to the cool short from Bruce Timm, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have produced another animated tribute to Batman honoring the Caped Crusaders 75th anniversary. This new animated short is set in the Batman Beyond world with the semi-retired Bruce Wayne (voiced again by Kevin Conroy) and his young pal Terry (voiced by Will Friedle) taking up the mantle of Batman. The duo is being attacked by robotic Bat-droids that look like all of the different incarnations of the Batman character and the Bat-suit over the years. It’s really a cool tribute. Check it out the short after the jump…