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Comic Book Movie

The first trailer for WB Animation's take on the Rocksteady Arkham Asylum games has surfaced online. The trailer reveals that not only are Harley Quinn and the Joker in Batman: Assault on Arkham, but so are Amanda Waller and the Suicide Squad!
It appears that the series' extended hiatus has finally ended. Beware the Batman won't return to Saturday Mornings but will instead air late night on Cartoon Network's Toonami programming block.
Superpowers, dreams and fun. What more could you want from this kid friendly DC comics animated series from Cartoon Network? Description, stills and a clip to watch just this way...
Here is my in-depth review of DC’s upcoming animated film Son of Batman. Read on after the jump to see my verdict on the newest addition to the DCAU, and leave your thoughts in the usual place.
The Spanish speaking super twosome hits Titan's Tower in an all new adventure on Cartoon Network. Warner Bros. Animation/DC Entertainment releases stills and video from the "Mas y Menos" episode.
On October 23, 2013 it was announced that Marvel will be releasing this anime cartoon, but now April 11, 2014 we get The opening and a clip of the first episode. Hit the jump to check out the first footage.
We haven't been covering this too much at CBM -- but the first movie was great, there is a tie-in comic, and dammit it's got dragons in it! So check out a new poster and what is apparently the final full trailer for the How To Train Your Dragon sequel after the jump.
The latest adventure from TT Games Lego: The Hobbit will be hitting consoles in a few days, and so a new launch trailer has surfaced, featuring plenty of new footage of villains as well as heroes. So buddy up with your friends and check it out after the jump!
A couple weeks ago, Jon M. Chu, the director behind cinematic masterpieces like Justin Bieber's Believe and Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, announced that he would be helming a live-action Jem & The Holograms movie. Here's a new update from him.
WB and Cartoon Network have released the first sneak peak of an all-new DC Nation animated short from Bruce Timm. Not much information is given, but any fan of Bruce Timm should be ecstatic for this! Check it out!