Get ready for a thrilling 2-issue miniseries written and painted by Christopher Moeller (JLA: A LEAGUE OF ONE)! The JLA members find themselves caught between two warring factions in a deep space conflict that threatens to split the Earth's mightiest super-team down the middle! Time is of the essence, causing the group to quickly choose sides — which may be the heroes' first mistake! As the battle escalates, the team realizes that it must amp-up its collective powers and abilities — leading to the first use of the JLA's towering battle-ready armor!
Concluding the 2-issue painted Prestige Format miniseries! The new, fully augmented JLA is deployed to stem the intergalactic battle raging between two long-feuding worlds. But the heroes find that it's potentially fatal to judge a book by its cover when choosing sides in any war!
America's coolest heroes head to Japan in their first animated movie, Teen Titans Tokyo, airing in late fall. When a high-tech ninja attacks Titans Tower, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy spring into action. Robin finds out that the ninja was sent by a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, and the Teen Titans travel to Tokyo to track the villain down.
The New Batman/Superman Adventures (1997 - 2000) - Photo Gallery
Combination of Superman: The Animated Series with The New Batman Adventures. Each half-hour episode featured either a single repeat from the original Superman run, the orginial Batman run, or a brand new story featuring Batman made specifically for this series.
In a future marked by intergalactic strife and interplanetary battles, five teenage superheroes -- Robin the Boy Wonder, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven and Starfire -- unite to protect Earth from a new generation of villains.Based on the DC Comics characters.
The series featured the adventures of DC Comics book heroes Superman, Batman, Robin, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman. These five superheroes along with superheroes in training Wendy, Marvin, and Wonder Dog focused their abilities on putting away criminals, saving lives, and stopping terrible disasters. Each episode of the SuperFriends was geared to present, not only action, but also some lesson of educational value. A number of other famous DC comic book heroes appeared: Plastic Man, The Flash, and Green Arrow, the universe’s greatest heroes paving the way for a brighter future.