During the DC Fandome event we got a first look at ‘Harley Quinn’ season three which is coming to HBO Max.
Kevin Smith has released the first look image and release date for Part 2 of his animated Netflix show Masters Of The Universe: Revelation. The five episodes which formed Part 1 were released on Netflix in July 2021 with the last five episodes (Part 2) due to be released November 23rd 2021.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment celebrates the 10th anniversary of the DC Animation release Batman: Year One with a fully-remastered version of the film and a newly-created bonus feature, Reinventing Gordon. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC, the PG-13 rated film arrives on 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack and Digital starting November 9, 2021.
The Evil of the Daleks is the mostly-missing ninth and final serial of the fourth season of the British series Doctor Who, which originally aired in seven weekly parts from 20 May to 1 July 1967. The Evil of the Daleks fills another gap in the missing Doctor Who content lost in the purge of the BBC archive soon after the programme’s original transmission. However, audio-only recordings of all seven episodes have survived and have been used here to create a brand new fully animated presentation of this lost classic, featuring the original surviving second episode.
Kevin Smith and Mattel Television upcoming animated series “Masters of the Universe: Revelation,” will serve as a direct continuation to the animated series from the 1980s.
“Part 1” of the series will feature five episodes that are all premiering on July 23, and Smith revealed on Twitter over the weekend that each one pays tribute to a 1980s classic.
Showrunner Kevin Smith has today given us our first taste at Masters of the Universe: Revelation; the upcoming Netflix Original anime series created by Smith and based upon the characters of Masters of the Universe in a collaboration between Netflix and Mattel Television. The series is produced by Powerhouse Animation Studio and is the third series produced by the studio after Castlevania and Seis Manos. Smith is joined by four writers; Marc Bernardin (Castle Rock), Eric Carrasco (Supergirl), Diya Mishra (October Faction) and Tim Sheridan (The Death and Return of Superman). The trailer was released as part of the ‘Netflix Geeked’ event.
Variety reports that A new Batman animated series has been ordered at HBO Max and Cartoon Network, with “Batman: The Animated Series” co-creator Bruce Timm attached as an executive producer.