Warner Home Video Announces Three DC Animated Films

Movies & TV

| October 15, 2012 - 3:40 pm

Now that New York Comic-Con is over, the fallout is impacting and we have some news for you that will send tingles up and down your spine.

While many attended the DC Comics’ New York Comic-Con panel to get a sneak peek at “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2,” the comic book company first announced three more films to round out the 2013 year. After “The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2″ hits stores at the top of the year, up next in the summer of 2013 is “Superman: Unbound,” which will be an adaptation of Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s ‘Braniac’ story.

Following that will be “Justice League: Flashpoint,” which adapts Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert’s mini-series that jump started the “New 52″ last year. 2013 will also see the release of “LEGO Batman: DC Heroes Unite,” which will be an animated adaptation of the popular video game series.

There is no word on who will be doing the voices in these films, but it is safe to say that voice casting director Andrea Romano will work her magic to bring the ultimate entertainment to audiences worldwide. Gary Miereanu of Warner Home Video confirmed that the DC animated films will continue through 2014 and beyond.

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