DC’s next animated movies include Batman, Suicide Squad, and two-part Superman story

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Tonight at the San Diego Comic-Con premiere of Batman and Harley Quinn, Warner Bros. officially announced a bunch of upcoming DC animated movies for 2018 and beyond.

First is Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, which leaked out earlier this month. That will be followed in the spring of 2018 by Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, the first Suicide Squad movie set within the DC Universe Original Movies’ shared universe. (2014’s Batman: Assault on Arkham featured the Suicide Squad but was set within the Arkham video game universe.)

Later in 2018 will be Death of Superman, the first part of the two-parter. Warner Bros. promises this will be much more faithful to the source material than 2007’s Superman: Doomsday, which left out a lot of fan favorite moments in order to fit within its 75-minute runtime. Part two, Reign of the Supermen, will be released in early 2019.

Are you excited about the upcoming slate of DC animated movies? Which are you looking forward to most? Let me know in the comments below!

SOURCE: DC Comics

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