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"Batman: The Killing Joke" voice actors Kevin Conroy, Tara Strong and Ray Wise talk to CBR about the "really dark" animated adaptation.
A decade after "Justice League Unlimited" came to an end, we reflect on the greatness of the DC Animated Universe.
Batgirl leaps into action and Joker dons his tourist getup in these new stills from the R-rated "Killing Joke" adaptation.
Barbara Gordon's costumed career will be spotlighted in the upcoming adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's graphic novel.
While the DC Animation panel at WonderCon was billed as a showdown, it was more of a love fest when the stars and producers joined forces on stage.
The voice actors will reprise their iconic roles of Batman and the Joker, alongside Tara Strong as Batgirl and Ray Wise as Commissioner Gordon.
Phil Bourassa reveals how the "Watchmen" feature film led to a significant delay in the production of the "Killing Joke" adaptation.
The first trailer for the next original DC animated feature depicts a showdown between the League and the next generation of heroes.
Director Jay Oliva and character designer Phil Bourassa discuss introducing an A-List superhero to the growing Bat family.
The filmmakers behind next year's DC Animated Original Movie discuss creating a shared universe, introducing Batwoman & Batwing and more.
"Bad Blood" stars Jason O'Mara & Gaius Charles talk about the Batman being MIA, working with "Ghostbusters" actor Ernie Hudson and more.
Bruce Timm, Tamara Taylor, C. Thomas Howell and more discussed their alternate DC Universe take on these fan-favorite characters at Comic-Con.
J.M. DeMatteis, producer James Tucker and character designer Phil Bourassa discuss their film, based loosely on Scott Snyder & Greg Capullo's "Court of Owls" story.
Warner Bros. Animation unveils the first look at the newest DC Animated Feature, an Elseworlds-inspired take on the Justice League from Bruce Timm.
For his latest direct-to-video film set in the DC Animated Universe, the writer tells CBR why Aquaman is cooler than some viewers might think.
The bond between Barry Allen and Hal Jordan grows in a new clip from the latest DC Universe animated film, "Justice League: Throne of Atlantis."
"Throne of Atlantis" producer James Tucker, screenwriter Heath Corson, and character designer Phil Bourassa discuss the animated Aquaman's rise to power.
"Batman Vs. Robin" and the Bruce Timm-written "Justice League: Gods and Monsters" are next on the DC Animated Original Movie slate.
The 86-year-old actor's career spanned six decades, and included an Oscar nomination and an Emmy win.