Bruce Timm and Zack Snyder’s Superman 75th anniversary short has debuted online, celebrating the many incarnations of the Man of Steel.
Warner Premiere and DC Entertainment have released the first trailer for Batman: The Dark Knight Rises, Part 2, the animated adaptation of the seminal 1986 miniseries by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. The direct-to-DVD movie arrives early next year.
Person of Interest star Michael Emerson will voice the Clown Prince of Crime in the second part of Warner Bros.’ direct-to-DVD animated adaptation of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.
Peter Weller and Modern Family‘s Ariel Winter will headline the voice cast of the DC Comics Premiere Movie Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, the two-part animated adaptation of the seminal 1986 miniseries by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson. Updated with more images!
A new clip and stills have been released from Friday’s special one-hour premiere of Green Lantern: The Animated Series, which teams Hal Jordan with Kilowog to track down who’s behind a series of Green Lantern deaths.
Following the world-premiere screening of Green Lantern: The Animated Series this morning at New York Comic Con, Warner Bros. has released the opening scene from the cartoon’s Nov. 11 debut.
Warner Premiere and DC Entertainment have released the trailer for the animated Justice League: Doom, which debuted at New York Comic Con.
Nathan Fillion and Tim Daly will join Justice League Unlimited stars Kevin Conroy, Michael Rosenbaum, Susan Eisenberg and Carl Lumbly in reprising their roles in Justice League: Doom.
Warner Bros. Animation has released a preview of the sizzle reel for Green Lantern: The Animated Series that will be screened Friday at Comic-Con International.
Cartoon Network has released a new trailer for the CG-animated “continuing adventures Hal Jordon and his comrades of the Green Lantern Corps,” set to debut this fall on the cable channel.
Executive producer Bruce Timm revealed at WonderCon in San Francisco that Justice League: Doom, loosely based on the 2000 JLA story arc “Tower of Babel,” will be Warner Bros. Animation’s first feature of 2012.
There won’t be any more animated DVDs based on DC Comics’ female heroes, according to exec producer Bruce Timm… but it’s not because Wonder Woman sold poorly.