Posts Tagged ‘DC Animation’
The Killing Joke

Confirmed: Mark Hamill & Kevin Conroy to Star in “Batman: The Killing Joke”

by Dan Collinson March 15, 2016
Comic Book Resources has confirmed that Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy will star in the new DC Comics animated movie Batman: The Killing Joke. Hamill also confirmed it through his Twitter page. Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, the story involves the origin of one of Batman’s best known and […]

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League Cosmic Clash

Review: “LEGO Justice League: Cosmic Clash” – Master Builders at Work

by Ed Liuon March 1, 2016
In my review of the last LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes DTV movie, I wished for more LEGO-centric twists mixed in with the self-consciously silly humor and stock supervillain plotting. Without delving into spoilers, I will say that there is a moment in the climax of LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes – Justice League: Cosmic […]

Batman: Bad Blood

“Batman: Bad Blood Q&A” With Cast And Crew

by Christopher Glennonon February 11, 2016
Coinciding with the release of the latest DC Universe Animated Movie, Batman: Bad Blood, was a screening of the movie at the Paley Center For Media in Los Angeles. Following the screening was a Q & A with cast and crew. Moderated by DC All Access host, Tiffany Smith , the panel included director Jay […]
Batman Bad Blood

Review: “Batman: Bad Blood” – Meet the Extended Family

by Christopher Glennonon February 9, 2016
Much like the comic book series it was based on, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox gave us a whole new continuity for the DC DTV films. The Batman corner of the universe is shaping up to be one of the strongest, and it’s pretty clear by its third outing that it’s a living, breathing entity. […]

Batman: Bad Blood

Review: “Batman: Bad Blood” But Good Movie

by Ed Liuon February 4, 2016
The latest DC direct-to-video movies have embraced continuity as a storytelling tool, and like the comic books they are loosely based on, accessibility is sacrificed for complexity as time goes on. Some stories lend themselves to larger time frames than can be comfortably shoehorned into a 90-120 minute running time, especially the kind of multi-generational […]