SDCC '16: WB Animation Announces JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, BATMAN AND HARLEY QUINN, And THE JUDAS CONTRACT

SDCC '16: WB Animation Announces JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, BATMAN AND HARLEY QUINN, And THE JUDAS CONTRACT

SDCC '16: WB Animation Announces JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, BATMAN AND HARLEY QUINN, And THE JUDAS CONTRACT

Warner Bros. Animation has officially announced that the next three DC Animated Original films will be Justice League Dark, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, and a Batman and Harley Quinn original.

Batman: The Killing Joke made its premiere at this year's San Diego Comic-Con, and with fans raving about the Alan Moore adaptation; the film is set to be a surefire hit. Of course, with all the buzz surrounding the animated feature, Warner Bros. Animation took the opportunity to officially announce the next three films set to be released after The Killing Joke.

It was revealed back in June that a Justice League Dark animated film was in development. Now, Warner Bros. Animation has officially announced that Justice League Dark will be the next film to be released while confirming John Constantine and Swamp Thing as part of the film's roster of heroes.

After JL: Dark, the next animated feature will be an adaptation of Marv Wolfman and George Pérez's Teen Titans: The Judas Contract. This wouldn't be the first attempt at making the animated film. Back in 2006, Wolfman and Pérez were working on developing the film, but was later cancelled. Well, it's back on, and this time it's official. The film will most likely be a continuation of the recently released Justice League vs. Teen Titans, where the young Titan Terra made her debut in a mid-credits scene.

To top things off, Warner Bros. announced the release of Batman and Harley Quinn by Bruce Timm. The film will be a new and original story by Timm, however, the only other detail that Warner Bros. would reveal is that the film is set to be released next summer. What do you think about the new lineup of DC Animated Original films?

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