Justice League Dark animation feature is coming to NYCC, and whilst we have to wait on news regarding the filmic version, fans can preview the animated movie at the convention. Warner Bros. + DC Comics also released the first preview image of the coming animation.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment proudly makes its annual unveiling of the next DC Universe Original Movie exclusively for New York Comic Con fans when Justice League Dark actors and filmmakers takes the Main Stage of the Javits Center on Saturday, October 8 at 4:45pm. The spotlight panel will include the first official film footage from the all-new animated Justice League Dark, and an enthralling discussion led actors Matt Ryan and Jason O’Mara alongside the filmmaking trio of producer James Tucker, director Jay Oliva and character designer Phil Bourassa.
Justice League Dark introduces Constantine (voiced by Matt Ryan) to the DCU animated realm, as well as his pals Zatanna, Deadman & Swamp Thing fighting alongside Batman (Jason O’Mara).
Produced by DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, Justice League Dark arrives from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Blu-ray™/DVD/Digital HD in early 2017.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will open its weekend festivities with the World Premiere of Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders. The full-length animated Batman feature film will screen on Thursday, October 6 at 5:30pm on the Main Stage at New York Comic Con, followed by an entertaining panel discussion amongst Adam West (Batman), director Rick Morales and screenwriters Michael Jelenic and James Tucker. Tucker and Jelenic also serve as Supervising Producer and Producer, respectively, on the film. Warner Bros. Animation President and the film’s Executive Producer Sam Register will moderate the panel.
Fans unable to attend New York Comic Con have several opportunities to see Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders – first in Fathom Events screenings on Monday, October 10. The film will be available to own on Digital HD on October 11, and the Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD street on November 1.