Justice League: War Extras, Images, and Video Clips
January 25, 2014

The next original DC universe animated movie, Justice League: War, will be available for purchase February 4. This is the first animated version of the new 52 DCU, and the movie tells the story of how the Justice League formed in the wake of Darkseid’s attack on Earth.

The extras on this release will be

  • “Creating Heroes: The Life and Art of Jim Lee” (Blu-ray only)
  • “Justice League: War Act D” — From Animatic to Pencil Test (Blu-ray only)
  • 4 vintage cartoons from the DC Vault (Blu-ray only — DVD has 2)
  • “Deconstructing War With Jay Oliva and Jim Lee”
  • A sneak peek at Son of Batman, the next DCU animated film

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To promote the upcoming release, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has released the following video clips.

Jason O’Mara, who plays Batman, on the early days of the Justice League.

Justin Kirk, who plays Green Lantern, on the same topic, with a bit weirder comparison.

From the film, here’s the first meeting of Batman and Green Lantern as they fight a parademon.

Christopher Gorham, who plays Flash, on why that’s his favorite character.

And which character he wishes was in this film but isn’t.

And finally, a short clip of Wonder Woman demonstrating some impressive fighting skills.

3 Responses  
Son of Batman Next DC Original Animated Movie » DVDs Worth Watching writes:  

[…] Jason O’Mara as Batman (the same role he played in Justice League: War) […]

James Schee writes:  

I got to see it, and the movie is okay. The by play between the heroes, especially Hal, Batman and Flash are pretty fun. The action is there, but it just doesn’t seem that clever.

I always like it when you see the heroes join together and combining their skills and powers helps them overcome the bigger obstacle. This movie’s actions are pretty much “We didn’t defeat it the first time we attacked it? Let’s do it again, and just try harder this time!”

Those missing a key JL founding member, stay tuned until after the credits when another story from the comics is setup for the next New 52 movie.

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[…] Justice League: War is the first “new 52″ DC original animated movie, and although I don’t care for […]


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