DC and Warner Bros. have been rolling out the animated feature films in the past year with Part 1 and 2 of The Dark Knight Returns, Superman: Unbound is set for release this year, and now Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox has been announced. Take the jump to read the official synopsis and casting announced so far.

When time travel allows a past wrong to be righted for The Flash and his family, the ripples of the event prove disastrous as a fractured, alternate reality now exists where a Justice League never formed, and even Superman is nowhere to be found. Teaming with a grittier, more violent Dark Knight and Cyborg, Flash races to restore the continuity of his original timeline while this new world is ravaged by a fierce war between Wonder Woman’s Amazons and Aquaman’s Atlanteans. With breath taking action and an all-star voice cast, it’s a bold, emotional vision that will forever change the landscape of the DC Universe.

Only select voice roles have been revealed so far but as of now it has been announced that Kevin Conroy will be back voicing Bruce Wayne/Batman in the non-Flashpoint time periods, Ron Perlman will be Deathstroke, Dana Delany will voice Lois Lane, and Vanessa Marshal will be playing Wonder Woman. Those are the only roles that have been announced so far, but more are to be announced soon.


Justice League: Flashpoint Paradox will be released July 30, 2013 on Blu-Ray, DVD, On Demand, and Digital Download. Will this movie set up possible New 52 time period animated feature films? Would you want to watch any of those story lines? I know I would want to watch a Court of Owls movie. Let your opinions be known in the comment section below.

via Newsarama


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  1. comicfan1974 on

    I’m all for more animated features from DC, but I hope that this doesn’t mean that New 52 continuity will now determine the nature of these films. One of the compelling things about these animated releases is that they haven’t been beholden to a set continuity but rather seem to have been left free to adapt whatever story they want to, regardless of what is happening in the comic universe.

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