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Countdown to Justice League – Justice League: Origin

Ricky Church counts down to Justice League by looking at some of the team’s greatest adventures. First up is Justice League Origin…

It’s just a few short weeks until the release of Justice League and tickets are rumoured to be going on sale later this week, giving fans and newcomers alike time to brush up on some of their favourite stories featuring the world’s finest heroes. These characters though have been around for 50 – 75+ years (with one particular man of steel reaching 80 next year) so there are a vast amount of stories of the League and the times they’ve saved the world.

In the coming weeks I’ll look at some famous stories featuring the Justice League in comics, animation and video games for readers to check out if their anticipation for the film is proving too much and they feel the need to dive all in
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Justice League Invades Times Square With New Banner And Other Goodies

Now that we know to expect the final trailer for Justice League this coming Sunday, it’s probably safe to say that we’ll all be waiting on pins and needles to see more footage culled from the big screen debut of DC’s premier superhero team. Thankfully, Warner Bros. have found a way to tide us over. Well, that is if you happen to be in the New York area.

So, if you are in that locale and dig these characters, then we highly recommend that you find your way to the At&T store located at 3 Times Square on October 5-8. In short, you’ll get to see various items from the major motion picture firsthand, in addition to a sweet looking new banner (pictured below) that again reads “You can’t save the world alone.” And, believe me, I’ve tried. It’s not easy.

But, in case you’re wondering,
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Warner Bros. releases trailer for DC Universe: 10th Anniversary Collection Box Set

With Warner Bros.’ DC Universe Original Movies: 10th Anniversary Collection set to hit Blu-ray this November, the studio has debuted a sizzle reel trailer for the massive box-set, which includes all thirty DC Universe Animated Original Movie releases from Superman: Doomsday through to Batman and Harley Quinn, along with five shorts. Take a look at the trailer here…

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The full list of titles are:

1. Superman: Doomsday

2. Justice League: The New Frontier (Commemorative Edition)

3. Batman: Gotham Knight

4. Wonder Woman (Commemorative Edition)

5. Green Lantern: First Flight

6. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies

7. Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths

8. Batman: Under The Red Hood

9. Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

10. All-star Superman

11. Green Lantern: Emerald Knights

12. Batman: Year One

13. Justice League: Doom

14. Superman Vs. The Elite

15. The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1

16. The Dark Knights Returns, Part 2

17. Superman: Unbound

18. Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox

19. Justice League: War

20. Son Of Batman
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30 Film Collection Celebrates DC Universe’s Animated Originals

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Burbank, CA (June 28, 2017) – Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and DC Entertainment celebrate a decade of heroic animation with the release of the DC Universe Original Movies: 10th Anniversary Collection, a comprehensive box set of all 30 films, 5 animated shorts, new special features and exclusive collectible items coming November 7, 2017 to Blu-ray™. The entire 30-film set will also be available on Digital starting August 15, 2017.

Launched in 2007 with the landmark release of Superman Doomsday, the DC Universe Original Movies are based on or inspired by storylines and/or characters from within the ever-expanding DC library. Produced by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the stories range from films based upon iconic DC Super Hero stories (Superman Doomsday, Justice League: The New Frontier, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Batman: The Killing Joke) to films inspired by themes from within DC history (Batman vs. Robin was inspired by “The Court of Owls,” Superman vs. The Elite was
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Warner Bros. Releasing 30 DC Animated Films in One Box Set

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Warner Bros. is putting together one monumental box set in honor of the 10th Anniversary of the DC Animated Universe! Find out what all is included!

While Wonder Woman may be putting the DC Entertainment Universe back on track, there is DC content that Warner Bros. and DC have never had a problem with, the animated DC Original Movies. In fact, their movies have been touted as being better than Marvel's, which is no small feat.

As a way of honoring the success of the DC Animated films turning 10, this year, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has created a box set the likes we never could've fathomed.

On November 7, 2017, WB will release the DC Universe Original Movies: 10th Anniversary Collection on Blu-Ray. The collection includes all 30 Animated movies, 5 shorts, new special features, and exclusive collectible items. The Digital version will release much earlier on August 15, 2017.

Unfortunately, a price point has not been issued yet,
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DC Animated Movies Celebrate 10th Anniversary with Blu-Ray Collection

DC Animated Movies Celebrate 10th Anniversary with Blu-Ray Collection
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and DC Entertainment celebrate a decade of heroic animation with the release of the DC Universe Original Movies: 10th Anniversary Collection, a comprehensive box set of all 30 films, 5 animated shorts, new special features and exclusive collectible items coming November 7, 2017 to Blu-ray. The entire 30-film set will also be available on Digital starting August 15, 2017. The studio has also released the box artwork for this immersive DC Universe Original Movies set, which you can see below.

Launched in 2007 with the landmark release of Superman Doomsday, the DC Universe Original Movies are based on or inspired by storylines and/or characters from within the ever-expanding DC library. Produced by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation and released by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, the stories range from films based upon iconic DC Super Hero stories (Superman Doomsday, Justice League: The New Frontier, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Batman: The Killing Joke
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Lynda Carter and Beyond: The Celebs Who Have Played Wonder Woman

Lynda Carter and Beyond: The Celebs Who Have Played Wonder Woman
She’s easily the most famous female superhero of all time, and she’s doing it on her own. She’s Wonder Woman, and she’s been a solo superhero since her first DC Comics appearance in 1941. Though Gal Gadot is taking her to the big screen in Wonder Woman, out Friday, until now, the best-known depiction of Wonder Woman has to be the Lynda Carter version, which first premiered on Nov. 7, 1975.

That theme song! It’s enough to make you want to spin around and see if maybe this time you’ll magically change into her very same star-spangled costume.
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Jay Oliva on storyboarding Batman v Superman, says Wonder Woman is “great and fun”

Jay Oliva has had an extensive career in animation, directing several of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies such as Justice League: War, both parts of the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns adaptation and, most recently, Justice League Dark. He also has a lot of experience as a storyboard artist for both the animated and features films for both DC and Marvel, being credited as a storyboard artist for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Wonder Woman and Thor: Ragnarok.

Oliva was recently a guest on the podcast Shanlian on Batman and spoke about some of the sequences he storyboarded for Batman v Superman, namely the nightmare sequence which saw a future Batman fighting Superman’s soldiers before getting taken out by Darkseid’s parademons.

“I did the nightmare sequence with future Batman, although it was great because I just watched it again the other day and that last shot
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Check Out The First Full Trailer For Netflix's New Voltron: Legendary Defender Show

You remember Voltron, right? Just in case you're not quite as ancient as I am, it was a cartoon about a bunch of astronauts flying around in color-coded space-lions, who then combined to form one giant robot named Voltron. And yes, it was just as awesome as it sounds. Now Netflix have teamed up with Dreamworks Animation for a brand new animated series titled Voltron: Legendary Defender, and we have the first full trailer and updated cast/character list below. • Princess Allura – Kimberly Brooks (Ben 10: Omniverse, Justice League: War) • Coran, the chief advisor to the princess – Rhys Darby (What We Do in the Shadows, Flight of the Conchords) • Shiro, Black Lion pilot – Josh Keaton (Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Transformers Prime) • Hunk, Yellow Lion pilot – Tyler Labine (Reaper, Tucker & Dale vs. Evil) • Lance, Blue Lion pilot – Jeremy Shada (Finn in Adventure Time, Batman: The Brave and the Bold) • Pidge,
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Voltron Legendary Defender Trailer and Images

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Morning all, lovely weather out today. Birds are singing, coffee in my cup, and just Voltron! So awhile ago I wrote up a story about the new Netflix series Voltron Legendary Defender and there was a fair bit of excitement too cause giant machines combining to for even more giant robots is kind of my thing. I had a high praise for the voice cast, animation style, and mecha design which while different held a standard of tradition that would help keep the purist fans happy. Well this morning we got the first trailer so watch that and my rambling fanboy praise will continue afterwards.

Okay so I no longer need any more info and demand immediate access to this right now. Now let me say that there seems to be an addition to the team and we’ll go into that in a second. But the voice acting seems
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Blu-ray Review – Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016)

Justice League vs. Teen Titans, 2016.

Directed by Sam Liu.

Featuring the voice talents of Jon Bernthal, Taissa Farmiga, Jason O’Mara, Jerry O’Connell, Rosario Dawson, Christopher Gorham, Shemar Moore, Sean Maher, Stuart Allan, Brandon Soo Hoo, Jake T. Austin, Kari Wahlgren, Laura Bailey, Steven Blum, Terrence C. Carson and Rick D. Wasserman.

Synopsis:

Robin is sent to work with the Teen Titans after his volatile behavior botches up a Justice League mission. The Titans must then step up to face Trigon after he possesses the League and threatens to conquer the world.

While DC is just starting their cinematic universe, the animated movie universe has been going for a couple years now and their latest adventure pits them with the Teen Titans. Justice League vs. Teen Titans introduces viewers to the more mystical side of the DC universe as the Teen Titans have to save the world from a
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Marc Alan Fishman: How to (Re)Become a DC Fan (Again)

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Last week I tore DC Entertainment a new bum-port over their recent efforts to entertain the masses. If you didn’t read it, let me sum it up for you.

I was, and I still am, butthurt over how terrible Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Martha as well as Justice League: War! Huh! Good-God. What is it good for? Absolutely Nothing! But I digress.

As I’d been buried in freelance work this past week, I’ve found that firing up Netflix on my second screen helps me focus. Headphone blaring quality programming on demand whilst I graphic design my way out of the hole I dug has been very fruitful as of late. I was able to binge-lance my way through season 4 of House of Cards, rewatch the first season of Better Caul Saul, rewatch the entirety of Breaking Bad (because, how could I not?), and watch the
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Marc Alan Fishman: Dear DC Entertainment…

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Dear DC Entertainment,

I quit. I’m out. I’m done. This past week I’ve paid actual money I earned to view Batman v. Superman, as well as Justice League: War (on Netflix. And yes, I know that’s not new, but it’s still new enough to count). I freely admit my expectations were low. Lower than low in fact. I was hoping for some decent visual effects, maybe a few more jokes since the last time, and I prayed for some semblance of lessons learned from Marvel.

I got none of it.

Instead, you produced 2 ½ hours of angst, rain, punching, and death. And then you took your New52 Justice League comic series and ran it through the wringer in order to produce it as an animated adventure designed solely to appeal to 13-year old bitter tweens. You’ve sullied both mediums so egregiously that I’m honestly
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Review: Justice League Vs. Teen Titans Lands Safe Hits

Justice League Vs. Teen Titans is Warner Brothers' other versus film coming out this March. During last weekend's WonderCon I had a chance to see an advanced screening of the animated movie that's in the same cineverse as films like Son of Batman and Justice League: War.

If you've seen those previous films then your expectations should be perfectly dialed in for what the tone, quality of animation, and voice acting will be like. That said, Justice League Vs. Teen Titans feels pretty safe in terms of story. While solidly told, it's not mind blowing for a team "origin" story. The story is so simple giving a summary would give away too much (so sorry for the short review).

The Teen Titans comprise Raven, Blue Beetle, and Beast Boy. They're appropriately awkward and overpowered, which keeps their showdown with members of The Justice League from ending quickly. Starfire is the
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Voltron: Legendary Defender Arrives on Netflix June 10

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Friday, March 25, 2016 – Live from the packed WonderCon 2016 Voltron panel, executive Producer Joaquim Dos Santos (The Legend of Korra, Avatar: The Last Airbender), Co-Executive Producer Lauren Montgomery (The Legend of Korra), and writer Tim Hedrick (The Legend of Korra, Avatar: The Last Airbender) sat alongside newly unveiled cast members to showcase never-before-seen artwork and footage of DreamWorks Animation’s all-new Netflix Original Series Voltron: Legendary Defender, debuting June 10, 2016.

Dos Santos shared “As children of the 80’s who grew up with Voltron what was there not to love? You had 5 awesome lions, piloted by 5 awesome heroes who combined to form a giant, sword wielding Titan! It unapologetically married Sci-fi and Fantasy in one incredibly over the top, bombastic package. Fans of the new series [Voltron: Legendary defender] can look for us to keep all those elements but also expect a much more fleshed out universe with a rich backstory and characters who will evolve over the course of the series.
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New "Animals," "Cards," "Justice" Promos

HBO has released the new trailer for "Animals," the upcoming animated comedy series from the Duplass brothers. Set in New York City, the ensemble follows the various creatures who reside in one of the least-habitable environments on Earth for their kind.

Matt Walsh, Nick Kroll, Ben Schwartz, Marc Maron, and Kumail Nanijiani lend their voices to the project which includes such characters as gender-questioning pigeons, senile bedbugs and lovelorn rats. The series premieres February 5th.

Next up, Netflix has released another promo for the fourth season of "House of Cards" which sees the return of Frank Underwood and his political campaign to be re-elected. The new season kicks off on March 4th:

Finally there's the teaser trailer for "Justice League vs Teen Titans," the upcoming direct-to-video DC Universe animated original movie that follows on from the likes of "Justice League: War".

Jon Bernthal, Taissa Farmiga, Jake T. Austin, Brandon Soo Hoo,
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‘Batman: Bad Blood’ Film Review

Since the mid-2000s, DC Entertainment has been absolutely killing it in film animation. Contrasting the more kid-friendly cartoon series that the company has produced since the conclusion of its highly popular DC Animated Universe, the animated films have, mostly, taken on a much darker tone that have allowed for the exploration of more adult storylines and content than television would allow. These films, dubbed “DC Universe Animated Original Movies,” stood outside of any established continuity from the outset, and no two films were connected in any real way. That all changed with the 2014 release of Justice League: War, which, after

Batman: Bad Blood’ Film Review
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Video: Lynda Carter First Put on Wonder Woman's Tiara 40 Years Ago This Week

Video: Lynda Carter First Put on Wonder Woman's Tiara 40 Years Ago This Week
She's easily the most famous female superhero of all time, and most important, she's doing it on her own. She's Wonder Woman, and she's been a solo superhero since her first DC Comics appearance in 1941. But the best-known depiction of Wonder Woman has to be the Lynda Carter version, which first premiered 40 years ago this week: on Nov. 7, 1975.

That theme song! It's enough to make you want to spin around and see if maybe this time you'll magically change into her very same star-spangled costume. Carter's performance as Wonder Woman was everything a '70s superhero should be, and years
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Batman: The Killing Joke given go ahead for R rating by DC Comics

Producer James Tucker (Justice League: War) has been given the green light by DC Comics and Warner Bros. to make an R-rated film version of Batman: The Killing Joke.

See Also: Mark Hamill will voice The Joker for Batman: The Killing Joke film

Stitch Kingdom, reporting from New York Comic-Con, said that Tucker had stated he had DC and Warner’s approval to make the film with an R rating.

However, Tucker took to Twitter later in the day to clarify that the actual rating for Batman: The Killing Joke would not be decided until much later in the production process.

Never fails that I get misquoted at a con! I’m not directing “Killing Joke” and what rating it gets won’t be decided for a long time.

James Tucker (@JTuckerAnimator) October 10, 2015

Mark Hamill (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) looks set to return to voice the Joker, after putting
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‘Batman vs. Robin’ Blu-ray Review

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Stars: Jason O’Mara, Stuart Allan, Troy Baker, Kevin Conroy, Trevor Devall, Robin Atkin Downes, Griffin Gluck, Grey Griffin, Sean Maher, David McCallum, Jeremy Sisto, ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic | Directed by Jay Oliva

Plot:

Damian Wayne has established himself as Robin, but he and Batman continue to clash over the latter’s rule of not killing criminals. But when he becomes the recruiting target of a criminal secret society called the Court of Owls, the Dynamic Duo face their greatest challenge yet…each other!

Verdict:

Never have I watched a DC animated film and said ‘What?’ every few moments before this one, because Batman vs. Robin in my is view one of their worst offerings (it is just as bad if not worse than Son of Batman and Justice League: War) in recent years. When I first heard the title of this film, I was pretty excited about it because I
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