I know it's too early to tell, but based on the trailer I think this looks like yet another stinker from the DCU dtvs.
First of all, the animation seems to be slightly downgraded. It seems with these direct to videos they've been trying to both have a little more detailed look than typical DCAU stuff, as well as have a little more of a unique look that separated itself from Timm style to a degree.
Here, it looks not only less detailed than the previous dtvs, but also REALLY lazy, giving us just another bastardized Timm style. Man, it just looks cheap. It might as well be "The Brave and the Bold" or any of the other "fake" Timm styles. Atleast with the other dtvs, even if they weren't that great overall, I felt like the art direction and designs were trying to do something different from what we've seen ever since BTAS, but this just looks lazy and boring.
Like, compare the look of this to the Shazam short, or Year One, or Public Enemies, and you'll get what I'm saying.
And I hate light brown-haired, generic "pretty" female, Lois Lane. Give her character a little respect and design a character please, not just a doe.
I don't know, I'm over this line. I thank the creative team for such masterpieces as WW and GL:FF, and some very enjoyable ones like Crisis, Red Hood, the shorts (particularly Catwoman and Shazam), and for the ambitious Doomsday and New Frontier, but the rest really aren't anything to speak of, and they've just been getting worse.
I just am not going to be buying these anymore, I'm sorry to say. I'll rent or stream them, but there's no way I'm going to bother owning them anymore. This trailer just looks like another repetitive, dull, pointless, generic movie from this line. Oh well. I'll start buying again when they make a "Flash", "Aquaman", or "Green Arrow" one (or any single hero that's yet to have their own movie).
I want to believe that the dead are not lost to us, that they speak to us, as part of something greater than us, greater than any alien force. And if you and I are powerless now, I want to believe that if we listen to it speak, it can give us the power to save ourselves.