DC Universe Animated Original Movies

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DC Universe Animated Original Movie
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Logo from 2017 onward
Years2007–present
Films and television
Film(s)
Short film(s)
Miscellaneous
Distributed byWarner Bros. Home Entertainment
CountryUnited States

The DC Universe Animated Original Movies (also known as DC Universe Original Movies or DC Universe Movies) are a series of American direct-to-video superhero animated films based on the DC Comics characters and stories produced primarily by Warner Bros. Animation. The films are usually stand-alone projects that are either adaptations of popular works or original stories. From 2013 to 2021, the DC Animated Movie Universe was a sub-series featuring several movies that took place in a shared universe, influenced predominantly from The New 52. They are usually made for an older audience compared to the DC animated universe and other projects, and also featuring DCAU alumni such as Bruce Timm, who mainly served as executive producer or as producer until Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, before returning since Justice League: Gods and Monsters.

Since it first began with 2007's Superman: Doomsday, the series has been well received being praised by fans, critics, with consistently good sales.

Premise[edit]

Original logo from 2007 to 2012

Unlike earlier animated DC films (most of which also involved Bruce Timm and were part of the DC animated universe), the films in the line are aimed at a more adult audience, often containing profane language, stronger violence, sexual scenes and more mature themes. The art styles for the films are also generally more realistically proportionate. The majority of the films are rated PG-13 by the MPAA with the exception of All-Star Superman and Green Lantern: Emerald Knights, which are rated PG, and Batman: The Killing Joke, Justice League Dark, Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, Justice League Dark: Apokolips War, Batman: Soul of the Dragon and Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two, which are rated R. Many of the films are adapted from stories originally featured in DC print comics and graphic novels. Currently, 41 feature films and ten short films have been released, with additional films slated for future releases until 2021.

In terms of continuity, the films are usually stand-alone, with exceptions being Batman: Gotham Knight (which takes place between Batman Begins and The Dark Knight), Superman/Batman: Public Enemies and its sequel Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths and its sequel Justice League: Doom, the DC Animated Movie Universe and the DCAU-related films Batman and Harley Quinn and Justice League vs. the Fatal Five, which also feature several role reprises from various actors. The usual runtime is around 75 minutes.

From 2007 to 2015, most of the films were voice directed by Andrea Romano, the last one being Justice League: Gods and Monsters, while the films since 2016 starting with Batman: Bad Blood were voice directed by Wes Gleason.

The films are generally released direct-to-video, but Batman: The Killing Joke, Batman and Harley Quinn, The Death of Superman and Reign of the Supermen were also given limited releases in theaters.[1]

Released films[edit]

Title Release date Description Cast Continuity
Superman: Doomsday September 21, 2007 The first of these projects was Superman: Doomsday, which was loosely based on the popular 1992–1993 storyline saga of Superman, "The Death of Superman" where Superman fights Doomsday in a duel to the death.[2] The film received generally mixed-to-positive reviews.[2] The film features the talents of Adam Baldwin as Superman, Anne Heche as Lois Lane, Adam Wylie as Jimmy Olsen, Ray Wise as Perry White, Swoosie Kurtz as Martha Kent, James Marsters as Lex Luthor, Cree Summer as Mercy Graves, John DiMaggio as Toyman, Tom Kenny as Superman's Robot, and a voice cameo by Kevin Smith as a grumpy man. Standalone
Justice League: The New Frontier February 26, 2008 Justice League: The New Frontier was based on Darwyn Cooke's 2003–2004 comic book limited series DC: The New Frontier where the heroes of Earth unite to take on an evil entity called the Centre. The film features the voice talents of David Boreanaz as Hal Jordan / Green Lantern, Kyle MacLachlan as Superman, Lucy Lawless as Wonder Woman, Neil Patrick Harris as Barry Allen/Flash, Jeremy Sisto as Batman, Miguel Ferrer as Martian Manhunter, Brooke Shields as Carol Ferris, Phil Morris as King Faraday, Kyra Sedgwick as Lois Lane, Vicki Lewis as Iris West, John Heard as Kyle Morgan, Alan Ritchson as Aquaman (returning from Smallville), and Keith David as The Centre. Also, Joe Alaskey briefly voices Bugs Bunny in one scene where Martian Manhunter is taking on different shapes when watching television. Standalone
Batman: Gotham Knight July 8, 2008 Tying into the release of the 2008 Batman film The Dark Knight, Batman: Gotham Knight is an anthology film that tells a series of stories that take place between 2005's Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, though it is not officially considered to be part of Christopher Nolan's Batman film series. The film was the first to feature Batman using authentic Japanese anime from four different Japanese animation studios. Notable comic talents such as Brian Azzarello, David S. Goyer, and Greg Rucka contributed stories. Veteran Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy returned once again to play Batman with the voice talents of Jim Meskimen as Lieutenant Gordon and Deadshot, Gary Dourdan as Crispus Allen, Ana Ortiz as Anna Ramirez, David McCallum as Alfred Pennyworth, Parminder Nagra as Cassandra, Rob Paulsen as Sal Maroni, Corey Burton as Scarecrow, Kevin Michael Richardson as Lucius Fox, Jason Marsden as Thomas Wayne, Andrea Romano as Martha Wayne, and George Newbern as the Man in Black. Nolanverse (unofficial)[3]
Wonder Woman March 3, 2009 The solo Wonder Woman film dealt primarily with the origin story of Diana of Themyscira and how she became the recognizable superheroine Wonder Woman.[4] Much of the structure of the origin story was borrowed from George Pérez's post-Crisis on Infinite Earths comics 1987 relaunch entitled "Gods and Mortals". Before screenwriter Michael Jelenic was brought on board for rewrites, the original script was written by former monthly Wonder Woman scribe Gail Simone.[5] The film features the voice talents of Keri Russell as Wonder Woman, Nathan Fillion as Steve Trevor, Virginia Madsen as Queen Hippolyta, Alfred Molina as Ares, Oliver Platt as Hades, Vicki Lewis as Persephone, Jason C. Miller as Thrax, John DiMaggio as Deimos, Rosario Dawson as Artemis, David McCallum as Zeus, Marg Helgenberger as Hera, and Rick Overton as the President. It was also received positively.[5] Standalone
Green Lantern: First Flight July 28, 2009 Lauren Montgomery returned from Wonder Woman to direct Green Lantern: First Flight. The film focuses on Hal Jordan and his relationship with veteran Green Lantern Sinestro, and their relationship as pupil and teacher, until Sinestro betrays the Green Lantern Corps. Like its predecessors, the animated film also had a positive reception. It was released on July 28, 2009.[6] The film features the voice talents of Christopher Meloni as Hal Jordan, Victor Garber as Sinestro, Olivia d'Abo as Carol Ferris, Kurtwood Smith as Kanjar Ro, Michael Madsen as Kilowog, Tricia Helfer as Boodikka, David Lander as Ch'p, William Schallert as Appa Ali Apsa, Larry Drake as Ganthet, Malachi Throne as Ranakar, Kath Soucie as Arisia Rrab, and John Larroquette as Tomar-Re. Standalone
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies September 29, 2009 Superman/Batman: Public Enemies is based on the first storyline saga, "The World's Finest"/"Public Enemies", from the Superman/Batman monthly comic book title from 2003 to 2004 by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness. President Lex Luthor uses the oncoming trajectory of a Kryptonite asteroid to frame Superman for the "pending destruction of the planet" and declares a $1 billion bounty on the heads of the Man of Steel and his "partner in crime," Batman. Superheroes and super villains alike launch a relentless pursuit of Superman and Batman, who must unite to stave off the action-packed onslaught, stop the asteroid, and uncover Luthor's devious plot. It was released on September 29, 2009.[7] At 67 minutes, it was the shortest film of the DCAMU line, until it was dethroned in 2011 by Batman: Year One. It was also received positively. A significant feature has Tim Daly, Kevin Conroy, Clancy Brown, and CCH Pounder reprising their roles of Superman, Batman, Lex Luthor, and Amanda Waller from the original DCAU. The film also features the voice talents of Xander Berkeley as Captain Atom, LeVar Burton as Black Lightning, Allison Mack as Power Girl, Ricardo Chavira as Major Force, a credit-only Jennifer Hale as Starfire, an uncredited Michael Gough as Hawkman, Corey Burton as Captain Marvel, John C. McGinley as Metallo, and Calvin Tran as the Japanese Toyman. Superman/Batman[8]
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths February 23, 2010 Loosely based on Grant Morrison's 2000 comic book JLA: Earth 2, Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths dealt with a heroic Lex Luthor from an alternate universe appearing to recruit the Justice League to help save his Earth from the Crime Syndicate, a gang of villainous characters who are essentially evil versions of the Justice League. What ensues is the ultimate battle of good versus evil in a war that threatens both planets and, through a devious plan launched by Batman's counterpart Owlman, puts the balance of all existence in peril.

The film was originally brought up, then titled Justice League: Worlds Collide, as a way to bridge the Justice League animated series and its successor series, Justice League Unlimited. The film was scrapped, but it was later repurposed into Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths by retaining the same plot, but removing all references to both TV series. It was released on February 23, 2010.

The film features the voice talents of Mark Harmon as Superman, William Baldwin as Batman, Vanessa Marshall as Wonder Woman, Josh Keaton as Flash/Wally West, Nolan North as Green Lantern and Power Ring, Jonathan Adams as Martian Manhunter, Brian Bloom as Ultraman, Gina Torres as Superwoman, James Woods as Owlman, James Patrick Stuart as Johnny Quick, Chris Noth as the heroic Lex Luthor, and Bruce Davison as President Slade Wilson. JLA[9][10]
Batman: Under the Red Hood July 7, 2010 Batman: Under the Red Hood was written by comic book scribe Judd Winick. This was an adaptation of Winick's story "Under the Hood" from 2005 in the main Batman title, featured in issues #635-641.[11] Batman must deal with the unexpected resurrection of a past Robin, who has developed a new persona and a new and lethal way of fighting crime. The film features the voice talents of Bruce Greenwood as Batman, Jensen Ackles as Red Hood/Jason Todd, Neil Patrick Harris as Nightwing, John DiMaggio as Joker, Wade Williams as Black Mask, Jason Isaacs as Ra's al Ghul, Kelly Hu as Ms. Li, and Jim Piddock as Alfred Pennyworth.[12][13] Under the Red Hood/Death in the Family
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse September 28, 2010 Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, a standalone sequel to Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, was confirmed for 2010 after the positive reception and high sales of Public Enemies.[14][15][16] Superman/Batman: Apocalypse is based on the second storyline saga, "The Supergirl from Krypton", from the Superman/Batman monthly comic book title from 2004 by Jeph Loeb and Michael Turner. With the sudden arrival of Superman's cousin Kara Zor-El, our heroes struggle with how to properly handle her development while Darkseid has set his devious eyes upon her.[17] Like its predecessor, the film has several DCAU cast members reprising their roles, including Tim Daly, Kevin Conroy, Susan Eisenberg, and Edward Asner as Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Granny Goodness respectively.[18] The film also features the voice talents of Andre Braugher as Darkseid, Summer Glau as Supergirl,[19] Julianne Grossman as Big Barda, Rachel Quaintance as Lyla and Artemis, Andrea Romano as Stompa, Tara Strong as Lashina, and Salli Saffioti as Gilotina and Mad Harriet. Superman/Batman[8]
All-Star Superman February 22, 2011 All-Star Superman is an adaptation of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely's 2005–2008 comic book All-Star Superman.[20] The film sees Superman slowly dying due to a scheme caused by Lex Luthor. As such, he sets out to accomplish some grand tasks before his ultimate demise. It was written by writer Dwayne McDuffie and directed by Sam Liu.[21] It was released on February 22, 2011.[22] The film features the voice talents of James Denton as Superman, Christina Hendricks as Lois Lane, Anthony LaPaglia as Lex Luthor, Edward Asner as Perry White, Obba Babatundé as a judge, Steve Blum as Atlas, John DiMaggio as Samson, Linda Cardellini as Nasthalthia "Nasty" Luthor, Frances Conroy as Martha Kent, Alexis Denisof as Dr. Leo Quintum, Michael Gough as Parasite, Matthew Gray Gubler as Jimmy Olsen, Finola Hughes as Lilo, Kevin Michael Richardson as Steve Lombard, and Arnold Vosloo as Bar-El.[22][23][24] Standalone
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights July 7, 2011 Green Lantern: Emerald Knights,[25][26] similar to Batman: Gotham Knight, is an anthology film that tells a series of stories featuring various members of the Green Lantern Corps, including Abin Sur, Sinestro, Kilowog, and Mogo[27][28][29] It was released on June 7, 2011.[30] While not a sequel to First Flight, the film uses the same character designs and includes a cameo by Ch'p, who had a speaking role in the previous film. The film features the voice talents of Nathan Fillion as Hal Jordan, Elisabeth Moss as Arisia Rrab,[31] Jason Isaacs as Sinestro, Kelly Hu as Laira, Henry Rollins as Kilowog, Roddy Piper as Bolphunga, Arnold Vosloo as Abin Sur, Wade Williams as Deegan, Peter Jessop as Salaak, Bruce Thomas as Atrocitus, and radio commentator Michael Jackson as Ganthet.[32][33] Standalone
Batman: Year One October 18, 2011 The film is an adaptation of Frank Miller's story "Batman: Year One" from 1987 in the main Batman title, featured in issues #404–407. As such, it chronicles Bruce Wayne's return to Gotham and develop his Batman persona while James Gordon arrives to begin his tenure with the city's police department. Both men ultimately go up against the force's vast corruption. It was directed by Sam Liu and Lauren Montgomery,[34] and released on October 18, 2011, the same day as Batman: Arkham City. The film features the voice talents of Ben McKenzie as Batman, Bryan Cranston as Lt. James Gordon, Eliza Dushku as Selina Kyle / Catwoman, Jon Polito as Gillian B. Loeb, Katee Sackhoff as Detective Sarah Essen, Alex Rocco as Carmine Falcone,[35][36] Fred Tatasciore as Detective Arnold Flass, Liliana Mumy as Holly Robinson, and Jeff Bennett as Alfred Pennyworth. Year One/Dark Knight Returns[37][38]
Justice League: Doom February 28, 2012 Justice League: Doom, a sequel to Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths, is a loose adaptation of Mark Waid's JLA storyline saga, "JLA: Tower of Babel" where in the Legion of Doom is formed to eliminate the Justice League using protocols created by Batman to take down the group should its members ever go rogue. The film was adapted and written by Dwayne McDuffie shortly before his death in February 2011 and directed by Lauren Montgomery.[39] It was released on February 28, 2012. The film was dedicated in memory of McDuffie. The film features various actors reprising their roles from the DCAU and Green Lantern: Emerald Knights respectively including Kevin Conroy as Batman, Tim Daly as Superman, Susan Eisenberg as Wonder Woman, Michael Rosenbaum as Flash (although as Barry Allen instead of Wally West),[40] Carl Lumbly as Martian Manhunter and Ma'alefa'ak, Nathan Fillion as Hal Jordan / Green Lantern, Phil Morris as Vandal Savage, Olivia d'Abo as Star Sapphire, Alexis Denisof as Mirror Master, and David Kaufman as Jimmy Olsen; with the voice talents of Bumper Robinson as Cyborg, Carlos Alazraqui as Bane, Paul Blackthorne as Metallo, Claudia Black as Cheetah, Grey DeLisle as Lois Lane, and Robin Atkin Downes as Alfred Pennyworth. JLA[9][10]
Superman vs. The Elite June 12, 2012 On July 22, 2011 during a Comic-Con screening of Batman: Year One, DC announced their 2012 slate of films.[41] Superman vs. The Elite is the second 2012 release and is based on Action Comics #775: "What's So Funny About Truth, Justice & the American Way?"[42] The film was directed by Michael Chang and written by Joe Kelly and sees the Man of Steel's approach to crime-fighting challenged by the arrival by a group of superpowered being called "The Elite". The film features George Newbern reprising his role as Superman from Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, The Batman, and Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam, while David Kaufman reprised his role as Jimmy Olsen,[43] It features the voice talents of Pauley Perrette as Lois Lane,[44] Robin Atkin Downes as Manchester Black,[45] Marcella Lentz-Pope as Vera Black, Fred Tatasciore as Perry White, Catero Colbert as Coldcast, Melissa Disney as Menagerie, Andrew Kishino as Hat, and Tara Strong as young Vera Black.[46] Standalone
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns September 25, 2012 (part 1);

January 29, 2013 (part 2)

On April 14, 2011, it was revealed that a two-part adaptation of Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns was in the works. The film is set in the same continuity as Batman: Year One and several previous Batman veterans were involved.[47][48] After crime within Gotham has gotten rampant over the past decade, Bruce must come out of retirement in order to combat against the city's various terrors, all the while various officials look to stop him. The film was directed by Jay Oliva. Part One adapted the first two issues of the original Dark Knight Returns comic series, and was released on September 25, 2012. Part Two adapted the final two issues of The Dark Knight Returns, and was released on January 29, 2013. The film featured the voice talents of Peter Weller as Batman, Ariel Winter as Carrie Kelley, Wade Williams as Two-Face, Michael McKean as Dr. Wolper, David Selby as Commissioner Gordon, Maria Canals-Barrera as Ellen Yindel and Gary Anthony Williams as The Mutant Leader.[49] Michael Emerson as Joker appears in the end of Part One and has a prominent role in Part Two, with Mark Valley joining the cast as Superman there. Year One/Dark Knight Returns[37][38]
Superman: Unbound May 7, 2013 At the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, actress Molly Quinn confirmed that she would be voicing Supergirl in an animated adaptation of the 2008 story arc Superman: Brainiac by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank, stating that the film would be released in 2013.[50] Based on the Action Comics storyline "Brainiac" from 2008, Superman and Supergirl must stop the titular fiend Brainiac and prevent him from shrinking Metropolis down in order to add it to his collection of other shrunken cities. This was the first DC Universe Animated Original Movie not to involve Bruce Timm. The film was released on Blu-ray on May 7, 2013.[51] Matt Bomer voices Clark Kent/Superman, along with Quinn's Castle co-star Stana Katic as Lois Lane and John Noble as Brainiac. Additional voices in the cast include Frances Conroy reprising her role as Martha Kent, Alexander Gould as Jimmy Olsen, Wade Williams as Perry White, Diedrich Bader as Steve Lombard, Michael-Leon Wooley as Ron Troupe, and Stephen Root as Zor-El. Standalone
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox July 30, 2013 On April 26, 2012, DCAU Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy let it slip that he had just recorded his lines for the animated film version of DC Universe-changing "Flashpoint",[52][53] later confirmed to voicing Bruce Wayne/Batman in the non-Flashpoint era sections of the film. Based on the 2011 story arc of the same name, the Flash discovers that his reality has been altered. As such, he sets out to find the cause and undo it before it's too late. The film was released on July 30, 2013.[54][55]

It is the first installment in the DC Animated Movie Universe, with a post-credits scene alluding to an invasion from Apokolips, teasing Justice League: War.

Along with Ron Perlman, Dana Delany, Vanessa Marshall, Nathan Fillion & Dee Bradley Baker reprising their roles as Deathstroke, Lois Lane, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Etrigan the Demon, the cast includes Justin Chambers as Barry Allen/The Flash, C. Thomas Howell as Professor Zoom, Kevin McKidd as Thomas Wayne/Batman, Michael B. Jordan as Cyborg, Cary Elwes as Aquaman, Tim Daly's son Sam Daly as Superman, Danny Huston as General Sam Lane, Steve Blum as Lex Luthor, Lex Lang as Captain Atom, Jennifer Hale as Iris West, James Patrick Stuart as Steve Trevor, and Danny Jacobs as Grifter.[56][57][54][55] DCAMU[58]
Justice League: War February 4, 2014 Based on Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's "Justice League: Origin" storyline, the film sees Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Lantern, Cyborg and Shazam teaming up to stop Darkseid from invading Earth, thus forming at the end the Justice League. It was released on February 4, 2014. In September 2011, The New 52 rebooted DC's continuity, and this is the second animated film from the DC Animated Movie Universe, based on The New 52. A mid-credits scene at the end serves as a teaser to Justice League: Throne of Atlantis.[59] It features the voice talents of Jason O'Mara as Batman, Michelle Monaghan as Wonder Woman, Christopher Gorham as Flash, Alan Tudyk as Superman, Justin Kirk as Green Lantern, Shemar Moore as Cyborg, Sean Astin as Shazam, Steven Blum as Darkseid, and Rocky Carroll as Dr. Silas Stone.[60] DCAMU
Son of Batman May 6, 2014 On July 20, 2013, as part of the San Diego Comic-Con, DC Comics announced on Twitter Son of Batman.[61] After discovering that he has a son named Damian, he enlists his son as the newest Robin before they attempt to stop Deathstroke's ultimate scheme. The film is based on Grant Morrison's "Batman and Son" storyline, and was released on May 6, 2014.[62] While Jason O'Mara reprises his role of Batman from Justice League: War and David McCallum reprises his role of Alfred Pennyworth from Batman: Gotham Knight, the rest of the voice cast consists of Stuart Allan as Damian Wayne, Sean Maher as Nightwing, Morena Baccarin as Talia al Ghul, Giancarlo Esposito as Ra's al Ghul, Xander Berkeley as Kirk Langstrom, and Thomas Gibson as Deathstroke.[62] DCAMU
Batman: Assault on Arkham July 29, 2014 The film was announced on July 20, 2013 by DC Comics, as part of the San Diego Comic-Con, via Twitter.[61] The film takes place in the same universe as the Batman: Arkham video game franchise. Jay Oliva and Ethan Spalding directed a script by Heath Carson, writer of Justice League: War. With the Riddler threatening to reveal her list of past, present and potential candidates, Amanda Waller gathers a group of super-criminals and forms the Suicide Squad in order for them to break into Arkham Asylum and acquire the file, all the while trying to avoid attracting the officials and Batman, who is rushing around Gotham to stop the Joker's devious scheme. The film was released digitally on July 29, 2014, and given a physical release on August 12, 2014. Kevin Conroy returned to voice Batman with the other voices including Troy Baker as Joker, Neal McDonough as Deadshot, Hynden Walch as Harley Quinn, Giancarlo Esposito as Black Spider, Matthew Gray Gubler as Riddler, and C. C. H. Pounder reprising her role as Amanda Waller from both Justice League Unlimited and Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. Arkhamverse[63]
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis January 13, 2015 First revealed on the back cover of Batman: Assault on Arkham,[64] the film is based on the 2012 storyline of the same name by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis, and is a sequel to Justice League: War. Following a mysterious attack upon a military sub, the World's Greatest Heroes must reunite and respond to this potential threat. Also, Arthur Curry must embrace his Atlantean heritage and team up with the League in order to defeat the true mastermind behind this devious scheme. The film was released digitally on January 13, 2015, and physically on January 27, 2015. Jason O'Mara, Christopher Gorham, Sean Astin, Shemar Moore and Steve Blum reprised their roles as Batman, The Flash, Shazam, Cyborg, and Cyborg's Computer Armor respectively, while Nathan Fillion reprises his role as Green Lantern from previous DC Animated Original Movies. Other cast members include Jerry O'Connell as Superman (replacing Alan Tudyk), Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman (replacing Michelle Monaghan), Matt Lanter as Aquaman, Sumalee Montano as Mera, Harry Lennix as Black Manta, and Sam Witwer as Ocean Master (replacing Steve Blum from War's post-credit scene). DCAMU
Batman vs. Robin April 7, 2015 In July 2014, as part of the San Diego Comic-Con, DC announced Batman vs. Robin. Although the Court of Owls appears here,[65] Batman vs. Robin is not an adaptation of the Court of Owls storyline from the comics.[66][67] With the Dynamic Duo suffering from their own family strains, Talon from the Court of Owls threatens to sway Damian to his side. As such, the Dark Knight must stop this ancient society once and for all. The film was released digitally on April 7, 2015, and physically on April 14, 2015.[68] While Jason O'Mara, Stuart Allan, Sean Maher, and David McCallum reprised their roles as Batman, Robin, Nightwing and Alfred Pennyworth, the rest of the cast consists of Jeremy Sisto as Talon, Grey Griffin as Samantha, "Weird Al" Yankovic as Dollmaker, Robin Atkin Downes as the Court of Owls Grandmaster, Peter Onorati as Draco, and Kevin Conroy as Thomas Wayne (reprising from the BTAS episode "A Perchance to Dream" and the 2009 video game Batman: Arkham Asylum).[69] DCAMU
Justice League: Gods and Monsters July 28, 2015 First announced in July 2014, as part of the San Diego Comic-Con, Justice League: Gods and Monsters features an original plot written by Alan Burnett, directed by Sam Liu and executive produced by Bruce Timm and Sam Register.[70] In April 2015, story and character details were released for the film along with images as a featurette on the Batman vs. Robin Blu-ray release.[71] In this animated Elseworlds tale, this universe's trinity has been framed for the murder of several key scientists. As such, they must find out who the true culprit is and clear their names. The film was released on July 28, 2015.[72] Prior to the film's release, a three-part animated series titled Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles was released on Machinima, set before the events of the film.[73] The film's voice cast includes Michael C. Hall as Batman, Benjamin Bratt as Superman, Tamara Taylor as Wonder Woman, Jason Isaacs as Lex Luthor, Paget Brewster as Lois Lane, and C. Thomas Howell as Dr. Will Magnus. Standalone
Batman: Bad Blood January 20, 2016 First announced on July 11, 2015, as part of the San Diego Comic-Con, Batman: Bad Blood tells an original story featuring Nightwing, Robin and Batwoman, as well as Batwing.[74] After Bruce Wayne disappears following the initial confrontation of a new fiend, Dick Grayson must take up the mantle of Batman and lead the newly formed Bat Family against their foe, as well as an unexpected face from their past. The film was released digitally on January 20, 2016 and on physical media on February 2, 2016.[75] The cast includes Jason O'Mara as Bruce Wayne / Batman, Stuart Allan as Damian Wayne / Robin, Sean Maher as Dick Grayson / Nightwing, Yvonne Strahovski as Katherine Kane / Batwoman, Gaius Charles as Luke Fox / Batwing, Morena Baccarin as Talia al Ghul, Travis Willingham as the Heretic, and Ernie Hudson as Lucius Fox. DCAMU
Justice League vs. Teen Titans March 29, 2016 First announced on July 11, 2015, Justice League vs. Teen Titans features the Justice League and the Teen Titans.[74] The film was directed by Sam Liu and written by Alan Burnett and Bryan Q. Miller. Due to his lack of belief in working with a team, Damian is sent to work alongside the Teen Titans. Afterwards, several Justice League members get possessed into helping an otherworldly foe reach Earth. As such, it falls upon our youthful heroes (one of whom has a connection to the featured fiend) to stop him. It was released on March 29, 2016. The cast includes Jon Bernthal as Trigon, Taissa Farmiga as Raven, Jake T. Austin as Blue Beetle, Brandon Soo Hoo as Beast Boy, and Kari Wahlgren as Starfire with reprises of Shemar Moore as Cyborg, Sean Maher as Nightwing, Stuart Allan as Robin/Damian Wayne, Jason O'Mara as Batman, Jerry O'Connell as Superman, Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman, Christopher Gorham as Flash, and Terrence C. Carson as Ra's al Ghul (replacing Giancarlo Esposito).[76] DCAMU
Batman: The Killing Joke July 22, 2016 In 2011, during Comic-Con, actor Mark Hamill expressed interest to voice the Joker for an adaptation of Batman: The Killing Joke, encouraging fans to campaign for the adaptation,[77][78] most notably in a tweet made on October 24, 2011.[79] Since then, a Facebook page titled "Petition to get Mark Hamill to play the Joker in animated Killing Joke" has been set up by his fans.[80] In 2013, Bruce Timm also expressed a desire to join the project, saying it was only a possibility.[81] On July 10, 2015, during the Justice League: Gods and Monsters panel at San Diego Comic-Con, the film was officially announced by Timm. Sam Liu directed and Timm executive produced the film. After the Joker somehow escapes from Arkham Asylum and acquires a rundown amusement park, he cripples Barbara and kidnaps her father, thus forcing Batman to go after his foe. The adaptation features a 15-minute prologue that expands on the story.[74][82] On July 17, Hamill tweeted that he had his fingers crossed in hopes that he would be contacted to reprise his role as The Joker.[83] On July 27, Collider announced that Hamill would voice The Joker in the film and ComicBook.com spoke with Kevin Conroy who has stated he would reprise his voice role as Bruce Wayne / Batman "in a heartbeat".[84][85] The premiere was at the San Diego Comic-Con on July 22, 2016. Originally intended to be released directly on home video, the film was instead released simultaneously in theaters, on home video, and digitally on July 26, 2016, before a DVD and Blu-ray release on August 2, 2016. It was also the first DC Universe Animated Original Movie to receive an R-Rating. On March 14, 2016 it was officially announced that Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill would reprise their roles as Batman and Joker respectively in the film alongside Tara Strong returning to voice Barbara Gordon. The film also features Ray Wise as Commissioner Gordon,[86] Robin Atkin Downes as Harvey Bullock, Brian George as Alfred Pennyworth, and Rick D. Wasserman as Sal Maroni. Standalone
Justice League Dark January 24, 2017 An adaptation of Justice League Dark that sees the titular team, who specializes in facing supernatural threats that the Justice League can't handle. With several innocent civilians committing murderous acts due to seeing each other as demons, Batman must join forces with several spellcasters and otherworldly heroes in order to properly confront an age-old sorcerer. The film was digitally released on January 24, 2017 and on DVD and Blu-ray on February 7, 2017.[87] A spin-off series, Constantine: City of Demons, focusing on the title character, was released on CW Seed between March 24, 2018[88] and January 19, 2019.[89] Matt Ryan, who portrayed John Constantine on NBC's Constantine as well as in the Arrowverse, returns to voice the character. Jason O'Mara, Jerry O'Connell, and Rosario Dawson reprise their roles as Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, respectively. Also joining them in the film are Camilla Luddington as Zatanna, Nicholas Turturro as Deadman, Ray Chase as Etrigan the Demon,[90][91][92] Roger Cross as Swamp Thing and Green Lantern / John Stewart, Coleen O'Shaugnessey as Black Orchid, JB Blanc as Merlin and Abnegazar, Jeffrey Vincent Parise as Rath, Fred Tatasciore as Ghast, Enrico Colantoni as Felix Faust, Jeremy Davies as Ritchie Simpson, and Alfred Molina as Destiny. DCAMU
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract March 31, 2017 First announced at the San Diego Comic-Con International in 2006, with Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, writers of The New Teen Titans, were assigned to work on the film. The film was initially cancelled due to a lack of a "broad fanbase appeal".[93] and in 2010, Bruce Timm stated that Warner Bros. didn't have any intentions to revive the project. However, in 2016, it was announced that the film restarted development as a stand-alone sequel to Justice League vs. Teen Titans.[94] Based on Wolfman and Pérez' famed story arc, the Teen Titans have added a new member to their team with Terra. However, a familiar foe has returned and is using her as an inside agent in order to fulfill the order of their ultimate superior. The film had its world premiere at Anaheim's WonderCon on March 31, 2017. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract was released via digital download on April 4, 2017, and straight-to-DVD and Blu-ray on April 18, 2017. This film is one of Miguel Ferrer's final roles before he died on January 19, 2017 at age 61. Sean Maher, Kari Wahlgren, Jake T. Austin, Taissa Farmiga, Brandon Soo Hoo, and Stuart Allan reprised their roles as Nightwing, Starfire, Blue Beetle, Raven, Beast Boy, and Robin. They were joined by Christina Ricci as Terra and Miguel Ferrer as Deathstroke (replacing Thomas Gibson),[95] as well as the voices of Meg Foster as Mother Mayhem, Gregg Henry as Brother Blood, Kevin Smith as himself, and David Zayas as Alberto Reyes. DCAMU
Batman and Harley Quinn August 15, 2017 An original story,[94] the film reused the character designs and visuals of The New Batman Adventures.[96] Floronic Man and Poison Ivy are threatening to carry out a devious plan that will wipe out all of humanity in favor of plant life, Batman and Nightwing must team up with Harley in order to stop this scheme from being carried out. The film was released on digital on August 15, 2017 before releasing on DVD and Blu-ray on August 29.[97] The film features Kevin Conroy and Melissa Rauch (replacing Arleen Sorkin) as the titular characters, while Loren Lester reprised his role of Dick Grayson/Nightwing from Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures, and Paget Brewster voiced Poison Ivy (replacing Diane Pershing). The rest of the cast consists of Kevin Michael Richardson as Floronic Man, John DiMaggio as Swamp Thing, and Bruce Timm as Booster Gold (replacing Tom Everett Scott).[98] Batman: The Animated Series
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight January 23, 2018 A film loosely based on the Elseworlds story Gotham by Gaslight.[99] With Jack the Ripper murdering women around Victorian Era Gotham, Batman must team up with Selina Kyle in order to find out the fiend's identity, and bring him to justice. The film was directed by Sam Liu and was released on January 23, 2018. The cast includes Bruce Greenwood as Batman (reprising his role from Batman: Under the Red Hood and Young Justice), Jennifer Carpenter as Selina Kyle, and Scott Patterson as James Gordon.[100] Standalone
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay March 27, 2018 The first Suicide Squad story in the DC Animated Movie Universe, the film was released digitally on March 27, 2018[101] and physically on April 10, 2018.[102] With her secretly stricken by a terminal illness, Waller recruits several super-criminals into her Suicide Squad and orders them to acquire a special mystical card for her. However, two other villainous factions have also taken personal interests in said card and are in hot pursuit of it. The cast includes Christian Slater as Deadshot (returning from Justice League Action), Tara Strong as Harley Quinn (returning from various DC media), Vanessa Williams as Amanda Waller,[103] Billy Brown as Bronze Tiger, Liam McIntyre as Captain Boomerang, Kristin Bauer van Straten as Killer Frost, and Gideon Emery as Copperhead. DCAMU
The Death of Superman July 24, 2018 On July 24, 2018, the first part of an adaptation of "The Death of Superman" storyline was released. The storyline was previously loosely adapted in Superman: Doomsday.[104] While Clark Kent struggles with sharing his secret identity with Lois Lane, a nearly-indestructable monster has arrived on Earth and has begun carving a destructive path towards Metropolis. Jerry O'Connell, Rosario Dawson, Nathan Fillion, Christopher Gorham, Matt Lanter, Shemar Moore, Jason O'Mara and Rocky Carroll reprise their roles as Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, Batman and Silas Stone, with Rebecca Romijn as Lois Lane (replacing Juliet Landau, who previously voiced her in Justice League: Throne of Atlantis), Rainn Wilson as Lex Luthor (replacing Steve Blum, who previously voiced him in Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, the post-credit scene of Justice League: Throne of Atlantis and in Justice League vs. Teen Titans), Cress Williams as John Henry Irons (replacing Khary Payton, who previously voiced him in Justice League: Throne of Atlantis), and Patrick Fabian as Hank Henshaw.[105] DCAMU
Reign of the Supermen January 15, 2019 The second part of "The Death of Superman" storyline was released digitally on January 15, 2019, and on Blu-ray January 29.[106] It was directed by Sam Liu. With the Man of Steel sacrificing his life to stop Doomsday, four individuals have arisen to fill the superheroic void left in his absence. However, one of them has some devious intent with his citywide protection. Voice actors include Jerry O'Connell as Superman/Clark Kent/Cyborg Superman, Rainn Wilson as Lex Luthor, Patrick Fabian as Hank Henshaw, Charles Halford as Bibbo Bibbowski and the Eradicator, Cameron Monaghan as Superboy, Cress Williams as Steel/John Henry Irons, Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman, Nathan Fillion as Green Lantern, Shemar Moore as Cyborg, Nyambi Nyambi as Martian Manhunter, Christopher Gorham as The Flash, and Jason O'Mara as Batman.[107] DCAMU
Justice League vs. the Fatal Five March 30, 2019 First announced at San Diego Comic-Con on July 20, 2018.[108] A Legionnaire travels from the future in order to prevent a group of villains from fully reuniting and creating some time-shattering havoc. As such, he must team up with the World's Greatest Heroes to save his time period, which includes forging a unique friendship with a Green Lantern who shares some similar mental health hurdles. The film was released on March 30, 2019 for Digital Download and was released on DVD & Blu-Ray on April 16, 2019. The film features Kevin Conroy, Susan Eisenberg, and George Newbern reprising their roles as Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman from Justice League and other DC productions. The film also features Diane Guerrero as Jessica Cruz/Green Lantern, Daniela Bobadilla as Miss Martian, Noel Fisher as Brainiac 5 (replacing Matt Czuchry), Tara Strong as Saturn Girl (replacing Melissa Joan Hart), Kevin Michael Richardson as Mister Terrific (replacing Michael Beach), Elyes Gabel as Star Boy (replacing Chad Lowe), Peter Jessop as Tharok (replacing Tomas Arana), Tom Kenny as Bloodsport, Matthew Yang King as Persuader (replacing Kin Shriner), Sumalee Montano as the Emerald Empress (replacing Joanne Whalley), and Philip Anthony-Rodriguez as Mano.[109][110] DC Animated Universe[111][112]
Batman: Hush July 20, 2019 First announced at San Diego Comic-Con on July 20, 2018.[113][114] Based on the 2002-03 storyline of the same name, the Dark Knight finds himself up against a new foe who is attacking him on an emotional level by threatening the key figures of his life. All the while, Bruce begins to form a relationship with Selina and their budding unionship gets tested during this venture. The film was released on July 20, 2019.[115] The cast features Jason O'Mara as Batman, Maury Sterling as Thomas Elliot, Jennifer Morrison as Selina Kyle, Jerry O'Connell as Superman, Rebecca Romijn as Lois Lane, Rainn Wilson as Lex Luthor, Sean Maher as Nightwing, Bruce Thomas as Jim Gordon, Stuart Allan as Damian Wayne, James Garrett as Alfred Pennyworth, Geoffrey Arend as The Riddler, Vanessa Williams as Amanda Waller, Jason Spisak as Joker (returning from the Lego DC Comics Super Heroes films), Adam Gifford as Bane, Peyton List as Poison Ivy, Dachie Alessio as Lady Shiva, Peyton R. List as Batgirl, and Tara Strong voices a reporter.[116] DCAMU
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines October 5, 2019 First announced at San Diego Comic-Con on July 20, 2018, the film is a solo Wonder Woman film featuring an original story.[117] After unintentionally spurning the daughter of an expert in ancient culture, who ends up joining a newly formed group of villains and gets turned into a superpowered fiend as well, Diana must team up with Steve and Etta in order to redeem her and stop the fiends from bringing an infamous figure of Greek myth to life. It was released digitally on October 5, 2019 and was released on Ultra HD Blu-ray and Blu-ray on October 22, 2019.[118] The cast features Rosario Dawson as Wonder Woman,[119] Jeffrey Donovan as Steve Trevor, Marie Avgeropoulos as Vanessa Kapatelis/Silver Swan, Kimberly Brooks as Cheetah and Giganta, Michael Dorn as Ferdinand the Minotaur, Ray Chase as the lead bandit, Mozhan Marnò as Doctor Cyber, Adrienne C. Moore as Etta Candy, Courtenay Taylor as Doctor Poison, Nia Vardalos as Julia Kapatelis, and Constance Zimmer as Veronica Cale.[120] DCAMU
Superman: Red Son February 25, 2020 First announced at San Diego Comic-Con on July 19, 2019, the film is an adaptation of the three-issue 2003 miniseries by Mark Millar, Dave Johnson, and Kilian Plunkett.[121] As he grows up in the Soviet Union, Superman aims to spread his country's Communist ideals across the world in a peaceful manner. However, he ends up facing some resistance from within his country, abroad and even from an unlikely partner. It was released digitally on February 25, 2020 and was released on Ultra HD Blu-ray and Blu-ray on March 17, 2020.[122] The film stars Jason Isaacs as Superman, Roger Craig Smith as Batman, Travis Willingham as Superior Man, Diedrich Bader as Lex Luthor, Amy Acker as Lois Lane, Vanessa Marshall as Wonder Woman, Phil Morris as Jimmy Olsen, and Paul Williams as Brainiac.[123][124] Standalone
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War May 5, 2020 First announced at San Diego Comic-Con 2019, the film serves as a sequel to Justice League Dark.[125] With Darkseid having mostly ravaged Earth's forces, the surviving heroes must unite in order to finally bring down the tyrannical titan once and for all. In February 2020, the voice cast was revealed with previous DC Animated Movie Universe cast members reprising their roles from previous DCAMU films.[126] It is also the final film in the continuity that began with Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox in 2013.[127] DCAMU
Superman: Man of Tomorrow August 23, 2020 First announced at San Diego Comic-Con on July 19, 2019, the film is an original story that chronicles Clark Kent's early years as Superman. It was released digitally on August 23, 2020 and was released on DVD, Ultra HD Blu-ray and Blu-ray on September 8, 2020.[128] The film stars Darren Criss as Superman, Alexandra Daddario as Lois Lane, Zachary Quinto as Lex Luthor, Ike Amadi as Martian Manhunter, Ryan Hurst as Lobo, Brett Dalton as Parasite, Neil Flynn as Jonathan Kent, and Bellamy Young as Martha Kent.[129] Tomorrowverse
Batman: Soul of the Dragon January 12, 2021 Announced on August 12, 2020, the film is an original story featuring Batman reuniting with his former classmates to face an enemy from his past. Directed by Sam Liu and executive produced by Bruce Timm,[130] This film takes place in the 1970s. It was released on January 12, 2021.[131] The film stars David Giuntoli as Batman, Mark Dacascos as Richard Dragon, Kelly Hu as Lady Shiva (reprising her role from Batman: Arkham Origins), Michael Jai White as Bronze Tiger (reprising his role from Arrow), James Hong as O-Sensei, Jamie Chung as Jade Nguyen, and Josh Keaton as Jeffrey Burr.[132] Standalone
Justice Society: World War II April 27, 2021 Announced during IGN's DC FanDome panel for Superman: Man of Tomorrow on August 23, 2020.[133] The film is an original story of the Flash ending up back in time to World War II where he meets the Justice Society, a group of war heroes led by Wonder Woman. It was (digitally) released on April 27, 2021.[134] The film stars Matt Bomer as Flash, Darren Criss as Superman and his alternate counterpart, Stana Katic as Wonder Woman, Elysia Rotaru as Black Canary, Chris Diamantopoulos as Steve Trevor, Omid Abtahi as Hawkman, Matthew Mercer as Hourman, Armen Taylor as Flash I, Liam McIntyre as Aquaman, Ashleigh LaThrop as Iris West, Geoffrey Arend as Charles Halstead / Advisor, Keith Ferguson as Doctor Fate, and Darin De Paul as President Franklin D. Roosevelt.[135] Tomorrowverse
Batman: The Long Halloween June 22, 2021 (part 1);

July 27, 2021 (part 2)

Announced during IGN's DC Fandome panel for Superman: Man of Tomorrow on August 23, 2020. Based on the 1996 comic book miniseries of the same name, it will be a two-part film similar to Batman: The Dark Knight Returns and The Death of Superman/Reign of the Supermen. Part 1 was released on June 22, 2021, and Part 2 was released on July 27, 2021.[136][137][138] The voice cast for the film was announced in March 2021 including Jensen Ackles as Batman, Naya Rivera as Catwoman, Josh Duhamel as Two-Face, Billy Burke as James Gordon, Titus Welliver as Carmine Falcone, David Dastmalchian as Calendar Man, Troy Baker as Joker, Amy Landecker as Barbara Gordon, Julie Nathanson as Gilda Dent, Jack Quaid as Alberto Falcone, Fred Tatasciore as Solomon Grundy, Jim Pirri as Sal Maroni, and Alistair Duncan as Alfred Pennyworth. Additional voice work was provided by Frances Callier, Greg Chun, and Gary Leroi Gray.[139][140] Rivera recorded both parts before her untimely death making the film combined as a whole her final film appearance. Tomorrowverse

Upcoming films[edit]

Injustice[edit]

On May 19, 2021, it was announced that an animated film based on the 2013 video game Injustice: Gods Among Us, along with the comics is in the works, which will be released on October 19, 2021. The story of the film will follow the story established in the game, where an alternate Batman recruits the main world's Justice League to fight against his world's Superman's Regime.[141] The voice cast for the film was announced in July 2021 including Justin Hartley as Superman, Anson Mount as Batman, Laura Bailey as Lois Lane and Rama Kushna, Zach Callison as Robin and Jimmy Olsen, Brian T. Delaney as Green Lantern, Brandon Micheal Hall as Cyborg, Edwin Hodge as Mister Terrific and Killer Croc, Oliver Hudson as Plastic Man, Gillian Jacobs as Harley Quinn, Yuri Lowenthal as The Flash, Mirror Master and Shazam, Derek Phillips as Nightwing and Aquaman, Kevin Pollak as The Joker and Jonathan Kent, Anika Noni Rose as Catwoman, Reid Scott as Green Arrow and Victor Zsasz, Faran Tahir as Ra's al Ghul, Fred Tatasciore as Captain Atom, Janet Varney as Wonder Woman, Andrew Morgado as a Mirror Master Soldier and John DiMaggio as Bane and Mad Hatter.[141]

Catwoman: Hunted[edit]

On August 17, 2021, it was announced that an animated movie written by Greg Weisman and centered on Catwoman titled Catwoman: Hunted which was produced in an anime style with the voice cast of Elizabeth Gillies as Catwoman, Stephanie Beatriz as Batwoman, Jonathan Banks as Black Mask, Steve Blum as Solomon Grundy, Lauren Cohan as Julia Pennyworth, Keith David as Tobias Whale, Zehra Fazal as Talia al Ghul & Nosferata, Jonathan Frakes as King Faraday & Boss Moxie, Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Barbara Minerva/Cheetah, Kelly Hu as Cheshire, Andrew Kishino as Mr. Yakuza & Domino 6, Eric Lopez as Domino 1, Jacqueline Obradors as La Dama and Ron Yuan as Doctor Tzin. The film is now set for an early 2022 release.[142]

Short films[edit]

DC Showcase[edit]

Year Title Notes
2010 The Spectre Featuring the Jim Corrigan/Spectre (voiced by Gary Cole), this short is included with Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths. The short has Det. Jim Corrigan investigating the murder of a high-end movie executive, ultimately becoming the Spectre to hunt down his killers. The short features supporting cast members Alyssa Milano, Jeff Bennett, Rob Paulsen and Jon Polito.
Jonah Hex Featuring Jonah Hex (voiced by Thomas Jane), this short is included with Batman: Under the Red Hood. Set in the Old West, the short follows a disfigured bounty hunter who must go up against a ruthless swindler in order to retrieve the body of an outlaw. The short features supporting cast members Linda Hamilton, Jason Marsden, Michael Rooker and Michelle Trachtenberg.[143]
Green Arrow Featuring Green Arrow (voiced by Neal McDonough), this short is included with Superman/Batman: Apocalypse. The short follows Oliver Queen, who is waiting for his girlfriend at the airport. Ultimately, he must become Green Arrow in order to foil an assassination plot that sees a young princess become the target of several assailants. The short features supporting cast members Malcolm McDowell as Merlyn, Steven Blum as Count Vertigo, Grey DeLisle reprising her role as Black Canary from Batman: The Brave and the Bold, John DiMaggio and Ariel Winter.[17][144][145]
Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam Featuring Superman and Captain Marvel, this short is included with the DC Showcase Original Shorts Collection. It features George Newbern and Jerry O'Connell reprising their roles of Superman and Captain Marvel from Justice League Unlimited, as well as featuring Zach Callison as Billy Batson, James Garner as Shazam, Kevin Michael Richardson as Mister Tawky Tawny, Arnold Vosloo as Black Adam, Josh Keaton and Danica McKellar.[146][147] The short film sees a young orphan being targeted by an otherworldly figure. He ultimately discovers an ancient wizard who gives him the ability to transform into a powerful hero, thus allowing him to team-up with Superman in order to properly fight back. The short is 24 minutes.
2011 Catwoman Featuring Catwoman, this short is included with Batman: Year One as a continuation of Catwoman's storyline. The short features Eliza Dushku reprising her role as Catwoman, Liliana Mumy as Holly Robinson and John DiMaggio as Rough Cut.[148] The film also stars Kevin Michael Richardson, Cree Summer and Tara Strong. The short was directed and produced by Lauren Montgomery and written by Paul Dini. The short sees Selina Kyle confronting an illegal diamond trafficking operation that has also resulted in the disappearance of several women. A special feature presentation was shown at the New York Comic Con.
2019 Sgt. Rock Featuring Karl Urban voicing the eponymous character. The short follows the title character, a worn-out veteran, suddenly finding himself leading a platoon of legendary monsters against an army of Nazi zombies. Keith Ferguson, William Salyers, and Audrey Wasilewski also star.[149]
Death Featuring Jamie Chung as the title character. The short follows Death as she meets a down on his luck artist named Vincent (voiced by Leonardo Nam) to help him to make peace with his inner demons and his death.[149]
2020 The Phantom Stranger Starring Peter Serafinowicz as the Phantom Stranger. In the 1970s, a young adult named Marcie, along with her friends, attend a party at an abandoned mansion hosted by the enigmatic Seth. However, when weird things start to happen, the Phantom Stranger must save her. Supporting cast includes Michael Rosenbaum (as Seth), Natalie Lander, Grey Griffin, and Roger Craig Smith.[149]
Adam Strange Starring Charlie Weber as the titular hero. The short sees Strange living in an asteroid mining colony with its population seeing him as an interplanetary derelict. He reveals his true nature by saving them from alien insects, while his origin story is revealed in flashbacks. Roger R. Cross, Kimberly Brooks, Ray Chase, and Fred Tatasciore also star.
Batman: Death in the Family An interactive, long-form animated short that is based on the comic storyline of the same name by Jim Starlin and Jim Aparo, and is a sequel to Batman: Under the Red Hood. Reprising their roles are Bruce Greenwood (as Batman), Vincent Martella (young Jason Todd), John DiMaggio (Joker) and Gary Cole (Commissioner James Gordon), respectively. Cole also provides the voice for Two-Face. Additionally, Zehra Fazal joins the cast as Talia al Ghul.[149][150]
2021 Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth! Starring Cameron Monaghan as the titular hero. The short that is based on Kamandi #29 follows Kamandi and his friends Prince Tuftan (voiced by Steve Blum) of the Tiger Kingdom and nuclear man Ben Boxer (voiced by Armen Taylor) as they are kidnapped by a gorilla cult led by Zuma (voiced by Adam Gifford) dedicated to finding the reincarnation of their god The Mighty One.[151][152]
The Losers Included in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One
Blue Beetle Included in Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two[153]
Upcoming
2022 Constantine[151] An interactive Long Form animated short

Other short films[edit]

Year Title Notes
2015 Nightwing and Robin A 45-second short film set during the events of the DC Animated Movie Universe film Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. The two main characters are called upon by Batman to find and capture the Scarecrow (voiced by Michael Rosenbaum) since he had to help the Justice League. While Jason O'Mara reprises Batman in this short, only his voice is heard while Nightwing and Robin have no dialogue. Talon (who would be featured in Batman vs. Robin) makes a silent cameo in the film.[154]

Other projects[edit]

Unannounced and possible projects[edit]

Beyond the list of announced projects, creators involved in various levels at DC Comics have brought up names of possible future projects.

Cancelled projects[edit]

Plans for sequels to the 2009 films Wonder Woman and Green Lantern: First Flight were shelved, as well as a planned film based on the 2003 miniseries Batgirl: Year One. Slower sales of the Wonder Woman film were cited,[168][169] although sales figures indicate that it was at least the #8 best-selling of the 25 DC Universe films released as of August 2015 (4 of the films that ranked higher than it include Blu-ray sales which have not been released for Wonder Woman).

In 2010, Timm stated that the production team originally planned to make an Aquaman film,[170] but at the end, the executives of Warner Bros. cancelled the project because their expectations about marketing were very low.[171]

During an interview on October 17, 2016, Jay Oliva revealed that he had an idea for a sequel to Batman: Assault on Arkham,[172] but following Oliva's departure from Warner Bros. Animation in 2017,[173] the project may have been pulled.

Reception[edit]

Sales performance[edit]

Sales figures below represent DVD sales and, when available, Blu-ray sales in the United States. International sales, digital sales, and rentals are not included. Blu-ray sales are not available for Superman: Doomsday, Justice League: The New Frontier, or Batman: Gotham Knight.

Title Release date Director(s) Gross Ref.
Superman: Doomsday September 18, 2007 Bruce Timm / Lauren Montgomery / Brandon Vietti $12,553,273 [174]
Justice League: The New Frontier February 26, 2008 Dave Bullock $6,135,854 [175]
Batman: Gotham Knight July 8, 2008 Toshi Hiruma / Bruce Timm $9,753,273 [176]
Wonder Woman March 3, 2009 Lauren Montgomery $8,653,961 [177]
Green Lantern: First Flight July 28, 2009 Lauren Montgomery $9,835,565 [178]
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies September 29, 2009 Sam Liu $11,036,269 [179]
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths February 23, 2010 Sam Liu / Lauren Montgomery $9,287,091 [180]
Batman: Under the Red Hood July 27, 2010 Brandon Vietti $12,381,024 [181]
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse September 28, 2010 Lauren Montgomery $8,250,285 [182]
Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam November 9, 2010 Joaquim Dos Santos $5,208,954 [183]
All-Star Superman February 22, 2011 Sam Liu $7,175,097 [184]
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights June 8, 2011 Christopher Berkeley / Lauren Montgomery / Jay Oliva $5,615,929 [185]
Batman: Year One October 18, 2011 Sam Liu / Lauren Montgomery $5,454,644 [186]
Justice League: Doom February 28, 2012 Lauren Montgomery $6,820,989 [187]
Superman vs. The Elite June 12, 2012 Michael Chang $3,210,153 [188]
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns – Part 1 September 25, 2012 Jay Oliva $5,993,474 [189]
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns – Part 2 January 29, 2013 Jay Oliva $4,286,485 [190]
Superman: Unbound May 7, 2013 James Tucker $3,480,183 [191]
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox July 30, 2013 Jay Oliva $5,177,895 [192]
Justice League: War February 4, 2014 Jay Oliva $5,219,941 [193]
Son of Batman May 6, 2014 Ethan Spaulding $6,971,006 [194]
Batman: Assault on Arkham August 12, 2014 Jay Oliva / Ethan Spaulding $5,822,525 [195]
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis January 27, 2015 Ethan Spaulding $4,553,554 [196]
Batman vs. Robin April 14, 2015 Jay Oliva $4,186,550 [197]
Justice League: Gods and Monsters July 21, 2015 Sam Liu $2,928,060 [198]
Batman: Bad Blood February 2, 2016 Jay Oliva $4,704,401 [199]
Justice League vs. Teen Titans March 26, 2016 Sam Liu $4,513,280 [200]
Batman: The Killing Joke October 10, 2016 Sam Liu $8,981,171 [201]
Justice League Dark January 24, 2017 Jay Oliva $3,150,426 [202]
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract March 31, 2017 Sam Liu $3,159,717 [203]
Batman and Harley Quinn August 15, 2017 Sam Liu $2,146,935 [204]
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight January 23, 2018 Sam Liu $4,578,824 [205]
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay March 27, 2018 Sam Liu $2,803,007 [206]
The Death of Superman July 24, 2018 Sam Liu / Jake Castorena $6,455,228 [207]
Reign of the Supermen January 13, 2019 Sam Liu $2,430,446 [208]
Justice League vs. the Fatal Five April 16, 2019 Sam Liu $2,964,615 [209]
Batman: Hush July 20, 2019 Justin Copeland $3,714,647 [210]
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines October 5, 2019 Sam Liu, Justin Copeland $1,702,121 [211]
Superman: Red Son February 25, 2020 Sam Liu $2,013,584 [212]
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War May 5, 2020 Matt Peters, Christina Sotta $5,378,655 [213]
Superman: Man of Tomorrow October 5, 2020 Chris Palmer $3,234,932 [214]
Batman: Soul of the Dragon January 12, 2021 Sam Liu $2,052,028 [215]
Justice Society: World War II May 10, 2021 Jeff Wamester N/A [216]
Total: $233,976,051
Average: $5,570,858

Critical and public response[edit]

Each film is linked to the "Critical response" section of its article.

Film Critical Public
Rotten Tomatoes RT Audience Score IMDb
Superman: Doomsday 50% (6 reviews)[217] 56% (10,000+ ratings)[217] 7.0/10 (21,206 ratings)[218]
Justice League: The New Frontier N/A 71% (5,000+ ratings)[219] 7.0/10 (19,036 ratings)[220]
Batman: Gotham Knight 75% (8 reviews)[221] 69% (25,000+ ratings)[221] 6.7/10 (27,159 ratings)[222]
Wonder Woman 83% (12 reviews)[223] 78% (1,000+ ratings)[223] 7.3/10 (16,807 ratings)[224]
Green Lantern: First Flight 50% (6 reviews)[225] 70% (2,500+ ratings)[225] 7.1/10 (15,550 ratings)[226]
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies N/A 66% (2,500+ ratings)[227] 7.2/10 (22,375 ratings)[228]
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths N/A 72% (2,500+ ratings)[229] 7.3/10 (25,371 ratings)[230]
Batman: Under the Red Hood 100% (7 reviews)[231] 92% (10,000+ ratings)[231] 8.1/10 (57,166 ratings)[232]
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse N/A 63% (2,500+ ratings)[233] 7.1/10 (25,480 ratings)[234]
Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam N/A 62% (1,000+ ratings)[235] 7.1/10 (7,446 ratings)[236]
All-Star Superman N/A 62% (1,000+ ratings)[237] 6.9/10 (14,618 ratings)[238]
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights N/A 71% (5,000+ ratings)[239] 6.8/10 (13,005 ratings)[240]
Batman: Year One 88% (8 reviews)[241] 79% (2,500+ ratings)[231] 7.4/10 (32,540 ratings)[242]
Justice League: Doom N/A 87% (5,000+ ratings)[243] 7.5/10 (32,166 ratings)[244]
Superman vs. The Elite 80% (5 reviews)[245] 76% (1,000+ ratings)[245] 7.1/10 (13,128 ratings)[246]
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part 1 100% (5 reviews)[247] 93% (5,000+ ratings)[247] 8.0/10 (54,891 ratings)[248]
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part 2 N/A 94% (5,000+ ratings)[249] 8.4/10 (48,033 ratings)[250]
Superman: Unbound 100% (5 reviews)[251] 75% (2,500+ ratings)[251] 6.6/10 (12,051 ratings)[252]
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox 100% (5 reviews)[253] 93% (5,000+ ratings)[253] 8.1/10 (47,073 ratings)[254]
Justice League: War 50% (6 reviews)[255] 79% (2,500+ ratings)[255] 7.3/10 (31,718 ratings)[256]
Son of Batman 64% (11 reviews)[257] 72% (2,500+ ratings)[257] 6.8/10 (25,630 ratings)[258]
Batman: Assault on Arkham 75% (8 reviews)[259] 85% (2,500+ ratings)[259] 7.5/10 (32,397 ratings)[260]
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis 57% (7 reviews)[261] 63% (1,000+ ratings)[261] 6.7/10 (25,630 ratings)[262]
Batman vs. Robin 100% (5 reviews)[263] 78% (1,000+ ratings)[263] 7.1/10 (25,630 ratings)[264]
Justice League: Gods and Monsters 88% (8 reviews)[265] 71% (1,000+ ratings)[265] 7.0/10 (14,469 ratings)[266]
Batman: Bad Blood 100% (5 reviews)[267] 64% (1,000+ ratings)[267] 6.8/10 (21,586 ratings)[268]
Justice League vs. Teen Titans 80% (5 reviews)[269] 65% (1,000+ ratings)[269] 7.0/10 (19,404 ratings)[270]
Batman: The Killing Joke 39% (41 reviews)[271] 50% (10,000+ ratings)[271] 6.4/10 (51,979 ratings)[272]
Justice League Dark 78% (9 reviews)[273] 69% (1,000+ ratings)[273] 7.1/10 (23,103 ratings)[274]
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract 83% (6 reviews)[275] 72% (500+ ratings)[275] 7.0/10 (13,477 ratings)[276]
Batman and Harley Quinn 45% (11 reviews)[277] 51% (1,000+ ratings)[277] 5.9/10 (12,249 ratings)[278]
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight 75% (12 reviews)[279] 67% (500+ ratings)[279] 6.7/10 (14,700 ratings)[280]
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay 88% (8 reviews)[281] 71% (250+ ratings)[281] 7.0/10 (12,704 ratings)[282]
The Death of Superman 92% (13 reviews)[283] 85% (250+ ratings)[283] 7.4/10 (14,860 ratings)[284]
Reign of the Supermen N/A 69% (50+ ratings)[285] 6.8/10 (12,704 ratings)[286]
Justice League vs. the Fatal Five 100% (8 reviews)[287] 64% (100+ ratings)[287] 6.5/10 (8,170 ratings)[288]
Batman: Hush 88% (17 reviews)[289] 67% (100+ ratings)[289] 6.9/10 (15,532 ratings)[290]
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines 88% (8 reviews)[291] 82% (250+ ratings)[291] 5.9/10 (5,914 ratings)[292]
Superman: Red Son 88% (16 reviews)[293] 64% (250+ ratings)[293] 6.4/10 (12,384 ratings)[294]
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War 100% (8 reviews)[295] 90% (500+ ratings)[295] 7.8/10 (18,416 ratings)[296]
Superman: Man of Tomorrow 100% (13 reviews)[297] 67% (100+ ratings)[297] 6.4/10 (5,400 ratings)[298]
Batman: Soul of the Dragon 93% (14 reviews)[299] 71% (100+ ratings)[299] 6.1/10 (3,855 ratings)[300]
Justice Society: World War II 81% (16 reviews)[301] 72% (100+ ratings)[301] 6.4/10 (4,461 ratings)[302]
Batman: The Long Halloween, Part One 100% (19 reviews)[303] 92% (100+ ratings)[303] 7.4/10 (5,887 ratings)[304]
Batman: The Long Halloween, Part Two 100% (7 reviews)[305] 87% (50+ ratings)[306] 7.3/10 (2,848 ratings)[307]

Continuities[edit]

Stand-alone films[edit]

The following films are stand-alone, and do not share continuity with each other or other films (note exceptions)

Justice League (JLA)[edit]

This continuity is based on JLA storylines published in 2000.[9][10]

Superman/Batman[edit]

This continuity is based on the Superman/Batman storyline.

Dark Knight Returns[edit]

This continuity is based on Frank Miller's Batman: Year One arc[37] and The Dark Knight Returns.[38]

DC Animated Movie Universe[edit]

A shared universe, with influences from The New 52 continuity and various DC eras and productions.

Rebirth[edit]

A shared universe, with influences from various DC eras and productions which focuses on the early years of the heroes.

DC Animated Universe[edit]

This continuity is set in the DC Animated Universe (although the canonicity is open-ended)[111][112]

Other universes[edit]

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