Last week Warner Bros. revealed the release details and trailer for the upcoming Justice Society: World War II animated movie. Today five new images from the next entry in the popular series of the DC Universe Movies were revealed.
Most notably, it’s a meeting of The Flash of two worlds, or more accurately different times as the film will feature Barry Allen traveling back in time to meet his predecessor, the original Flash Jay Garrick.
Check out the stills from the Justice Society: World War II animated film below and keep your eyes peeled here for The Beat‘s continuing coverage.
Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC, the feature-length animated film will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital starting April 27, 2021, and on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack and Blu-ray on May 11, 2021.
Justice Society: World War II finds modern-day Barry Allen – prior to the formation of the Justice League – discovering he can run even faster than he imagined, and that milestone results in his first encounter with the Speed Force. The Flash is promptly launched into the midst of a raging battle – primarily between Nazis and a team of Golden Age DC Super Heroes known as The Justice Society of America. Led by Wonder Woman, the group includes Hourman, Black Canary, Hawkman, Steve Trevor and the Golden Age Flash, Jay Garrick. The Flash quickly volunteers to assist his fellow heroes in tipping the scales of war in their favor, while the team tries to figure out how to send him home. But it won’t be easy as complications and emotions run deep in this time-skipping World War II thriller.
Jeff Wamester (Guardians of the Galaxy TV series) directs Justice Society: World War II from a screenplay by Meghan Fitzmartin (Supernatural, DC Super Hero Girls) and Jeremy Adams (Supernatural, Batman: Soul Of The Dragon). Producers are Jim Krieg (Batman: Gotham by Gaslight) and Kimberly S. Moreau (Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles). Butch Lukic (Superman: Man of Tomorrow, Constantine: City of Demons) is Supervising Producer. Sam Register is Executive Producer.
So how about they do a video which completes the unfinished story from the Green Lantern animated series of a few years back? It had a painfully long story arc in its one and only season which ended on a cliffhanger. Or else redo the entire season as a comic book mini-series which this time will have a conclusion. I can’t see anyone buying the series on dvd when it has no ending.
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