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Justice League vs. The Fatal Five Trailer Streamed

IGN recently updated their official Youtube channel with a first full look trailer for Justice League vs. The Fatal Five. For those who are not aware, the film is an upcoming DC animated film that is set in the DCAU.  The trailer features a look at the setting of the film. This DC animated movie finds the Earth’s future hanging in the balance when the Justice League faces a powerful new threat – the Fatal Five. But the Justice League discovers an ally from another time in the peculiar Star Boy – brimmingRead More


Justice League vs. The Fatal Five’s Voice Cast Revealed

The Hollywood Reporter has recently revealed the voice cast for the upcoming DC animated film titled, “Justice League vs. The Fatal Five.” For those who are not aware, the film was first unveiled at San Diego Comic Con 2018 and was set for a 2019 release date. The film is also the 11th Justice League animated film. Bruce Timm will working as the executive producer on the project. Justice League vs. The Fatal Five will revolve around the Justice League as they fight the powerful Fatal Five in order to find the Green Lantern, JessicaRead More


Fathom Events Announces Christopher Reeve’s Superman: The Movie & Batman Mask of the Phantasm Release Details

Fathom Events has updated with the theatrical release details for Christopher Reeve’s Superman: The Movie and Batman Mask of the Phantasm. For those who are not aware, Fathom Events will be bringing both films back to the silver screen as a part of their anniversaries. This special presentation of Superman: The Movie will help celebrate the 40th anniversary for the film and the 80th anniversary of Superman as a whole. The special screening of Batman Mask of the Phantasm will help commemorate the 25th anniversary of the film. Fathom Events provided a description for both films. Superman: The Movie From theRead More


Remastered Batman: The Complete Animated Series Releasing on Blu-Ray This Fall

Warner Brothers has announced that Batman: The Complete Animated Series will soon be released as a remastered Blu-ray release. For those who aren’t familiar with the series, Batman: The Animated Series was a series developed by Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski. The series ran on the Fox Kids network on September 5, 1992 through September 15, 1995. The series ran for 85 episodes and the final 15 episodes of the series was known as The Adventures of Batman & Robin. Due to the popularity of the series it later received a sequel season known as The New BatmanRead More


Justice League Action: Season 1 Part 1 Home Video Release Date Announced

Warner Brothers Entertainment has recently announced the home video release date for Justice League Action: Season 1 Part 1.  The first half of the first season of Justice League Action will be released on DVD priced at the MSRP of $18.94 on October 10.   YOUR FAVORITE DC SUPER HEROES UNITE FOR NON-STOP THRILLS AS WARNER BROS. HOME ENTERTAINMENT AND DC ENTERTAINMENT RELEASE JUSTICE LEAGUE ACTION: SEASON 1 PART 1 ON DVD OCTOBER 10, 2017 Celebrity-Laden Cast Features Kevin Conroy, Mark Hamill, James Woods, Carl Reiner, Christian Slater, Jon Cryer, Sean Astin, Ken Jeong, AndyRead More


Batman And Harley Quinn Movie Announced

It was announced yesterday, that Warner Brothers & DC Entertainment will be releasing a new animated feature based off the New Adventures of Batman & Robin (Batman: The Animated Series). The movie will follow Batman as he teams up with Harley Quinn in their efforts to stop Poison Ivy, and The Plant Master in taking over the world. Lester believes this film will go a long way in answering one of the most frequently-asked questions thrown in his direction. “So many fans have asked when there will be another Batman: TheRead More


Batman: The Killing Joke Official Trailer

Finally, we have the official trailer for the upcoming DVD/Blu-Ray of Batman: The Killing Joke. For those who don’t know, this film is based off the elseworld story known as Batman: The Killing Joke. Fans love for this story made parts of it canon. Personally, I don’t like the Killing Joke for what it did to Barbara Gordon but at the same time we were able to get Barbara as Oracle. Which went for at least 20 years, maybe more? Correct me in the comments if I’m wrong. Enough backstory,Read More