The definitive Batman voice actors have returned for an animated adaptation of one of the most famous stories in comics history, and everything about it looks fantastic.
We live in a golden age of superhero television. Hits like The Flash, Agent Carter, Arrow, and Agents of SHIELD dominate our TV screens. We champion them for their ability to bring some of the most mind-melting comic book sagas to TV—but one show did it all before them, nearly a decade ago: Justice League Unlimited.
Mark Hamill will always be the Joker we want and deserve. This time, he’s back for an animated direct-to-video version of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland’s The Killing Joke. To be honest, can anyone else really fill his shoes for that famous a story?
Whoa. Bruce Timm’s only just returned to the world of DC animation with Gods and Monsters, but he’s already announced that he’s back for more: the first ever animated adaptation of one of the most iconic Batman stories ever told.
It’s not like we’ve known this for a while, but Bruce Timm’s return to DC animation, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, wastes no time in getting down to the grim and gritty. See it in action in this first episode from the prequel web series, as new Batman, Kirk Langstrom, hunts down a psychotic Harley Quinn.
Just yesterday, you saw the new look for the Suicide Squad movie’s Harley Quinn. And today, we’ve asked Harley Quinn co-creator Bruce Timm for his thoughts on the lady who loves Mr. J and got some additional information on his new web series Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles on Machinima.
Bruce Timm's latest entry into the DCAU, Justice League: Gods and Monsters, features a pretty radical new version of DC Comic's trinity. But they aren't just coming to animation — the new iterations of Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman are also getting some lovely Toys from DC Collectibles.
We've known for a while that the legendary Bruce Timm was returning to the DC Animated Universe with Justice League: Gods And Monsters, but although we knew it was a going to be "darker take", I don't think anyone was expecting these radical redesigns of DC's heroic Trinity.
Whoa! DCAU mastermind Bruce Timm will executive producer a new digital Justice League cartoon for Machinima to debut in spring of 2015. Titled Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles, it will be be co-produced by his Batman: The Animated Series partner Alan Burnett.
Animation producer Bruce Timm once auditioned to draw a Star Wars comic. While he didn't get the gig, we can see his artistic take on the Star Wars universe in his sketches and try-out pages.
Superman turned 75 last year, and he celebrated by starring in this short animated tribute. He flies through his media history, from his first appearance in Action Comics to Man of Steel.
How useful are animation focus groups when deciding whether to re-tool a cartoon series? According to this behind-the-scenes comic by Green Lantern: The Animated Series showrunner Giancarlo Volpe, the answer is: not very.
Batman: The Animated Series co-creator Bruce Timm delivers a brand new Batman short in honor of the hero's 75th anniversary. Styled as a 1930s pulp, it follows Batman to the lair of Hugo Strange.
It's A Bird... It's A Plane... It's Bruce Timm! Legendary animation legend and executive producer to many of DC's cartoons and animated movies is teaming up with Man of Steel director Zack Snyder to bring you a Superman short. Guess he's not leaving after all, thank goodnes.
Bruce Timm has been more or less in charge of DC's cartoons and animated movies since 1992, when Batman: The Animation Series first debuted, and it's no coincidence that DC cartoons have generally been uniformly awesome since then. But now Bruce Timm is stepping down from his role as supervising producer of DC…
Inarguably one of the finest Batman narratives of all times, Batman: The Animated Series has been recut to fit Chris Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises trailer. And lo! The whole thing fits like a glove.
In an alternate reality 1992, the creators of Batman: The Animated Series were approached by Lucasfilm to rejigger their cartoon such that the show would A.) make a thrillion dollars; and B.) not make a lick of sense whatsoever.
This is a pretty great time to be into super heroes on television — if you like animated kid-friendly shows, that is. All of the live-action superhero shows have fizzled, but meanwhile we're getting a huge wave of new DC Comics shows.
On Conan O'Brien last night, The Flaming C, the superhero he invented with acclaimed DC animator Bruce Timm, appeared in this dramatic reel from Young Justice. Sure, he's just spliced over Superman, but seriously, The Flaming C needs JLA membership stat.