Bruce Timm makes his dramatic return to the world of DC Animation this week with the original movie, Justice League: Gods and Monsters. Set in an alternate universe designed from the ground up by Timm, Alan Burnett and the rest of the creative team, it’s a dark, but very compelling reimagining of comics’ premiere super hero team and one of the most original and exciting DC animated movies to date.
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It's a great week for DC Comics fans, and we have previews of all our must-read new books, including the next chapter of Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok's "Darkseid War" in Justice League, a new issue of the amazing Black Canary and a double dose of Harley Quinn!
At SDCC's premiere of Justice League: Gods and Monsters, Warner Bros. revealed the three DC Universe Original Movies that will be released in 2016, including an adaptation of the classic Joker story, Batman: The Killing Joke.
The thing about animated movies: you get ONE take on your new world. And you make it rich and varied and exciting, but it's two hours long, so all these great ideas you have just don't fit.