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The DC Animated Movie Universe (DCAMU) is a series of animated films set in a shared universe based on The New 52 continuity.[1][2] This universe was first teased in the post-credits scene of Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox, with its events continued in Justice League: War.[3]

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Distributed byWarner Home Video
Release date
2014–present
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

These films are part of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series but don't share the same continuity with films outside of sequels to Justice League: War and Son of Batman.[4]

Contents

FilmsEdit

Film U.S. release date Director(s) Writer(s) Story by Producer(s)
Justice League: War January 21, 2014 (2014-01-21) Jay Oliva Heath Corson James Tucker
Son of Batman April 22, 2014 (2014-04-22) Ethan Spaulding Joe R. Lansdale James Robinson
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis January 13, 2015 (2015-01-13) Heath Corson
Batman vs. Robin April 7, 2015 (2015-04-07) Jay Oliva J. M. DeMatteis
Batman: Bad Blood January 20, 2016 (2016-01-20)
Justice League vs. Teen Titans March 29, 2016 (2016-03-29) Sam Liu Bryan Q. Miller and Alan Burnett Bryan Q. Miller
Justice League Dark January 24, 2017 (2017-01-24) Jay Oliva Ernie Altbacker J. M. DeMatteis and Ernie Altbacker
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract April 4, 2017 Sam Liu Ernie Altbacker
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay March 27, 2018 Alan Burnett
The Death of Superman July 24, 2018 Sam Liu and Jake Castorena Peter J. Tomasi Sam Liu, James Tucker, and Amy McKenna
Reign of the Supermen January 29, 2019 Sam Liu Tim Sheridan and Jim Krieg Sam Liu and James Tucker
Batman: Hush July 20, 2019 Justin Copeland Ernie Altbacker James Tucker

Justice League: War (2014)Edit

During an investigation in Gotham City, Bruce Wayne / Batman encounters Hal Jordan / Green Lantern who together discover a Mother Box which prompts Clark Kent / Superman to attack the duo. They later meet Diana Prince / Wonder Woman, Barry Allen / The Flash, Victor Stone / Cyborg and Billy Batson / Shazam to team up and take down the posing threat of Darkseid.

The film was released on January 21, 2014 and is based on the comic book “Justice League: Origin” by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee. It features the voice talents of Jason O'Mara as Batman, Alan Tudyk as Superman, Michelle Monaghan as Wonder Woman, Christopher Gorham as The Flash, Justin Kirk as Green Lantern, Shemar Moore as Cyborg, Sean Astin as Shazam, Steven Blum as Darkseid, and Rocky Carroll as Dr. Silas Stone.[5] It is the first film in the DC Animated Movie Universe.[6] A sequel to the film, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis, was released January 13, 2015.

Son of Batman (2014)Edit

Bruce Wayne discovers he has a violent son named Damian who was raised by a secret organization called the League of Assassins led by Ra’s al Ghul. Meanwhile, Slade Wilson / Deathstroke hunts down Damian for revenge because he took his place as heir to the League of Assassins.

The film was released on April 22, 2014 and is based on the comic book “Batman and Son” by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert. The film introduces Damian Wayne to the universe. A sequel to the film, Batman vs. Robin, was released on April 22, 2015.

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis (2015)Edit

When Atlantean warriors attack a submarine crew, Arthur Curry / Aquaman must team up with the Justice League to stop his evil brother, Orm Marius / Ocean Master, who leads the attack, and also plans to steal the throne of Atlantis for himself in order to wage war against the surface.

The film was released on January 13, 2015 and is based on comic book “Throne of Atlantis” by Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis. The film introduces Aquaman to the universe. A tie-in film titled Nightwing and Robin was released set during the events of the film.[7]

Batman vs. Robin (2015)Edit

Batman trains his son Damian to become a new version of Robin, although he does not completely agree with his father's “No Killing” rule and believes his own destiny lies within a secret society.

The film was released on April 7, 2015. The film features the Court of Owls. The film is loosely based on the comic book “Batman: The Court of Owls”,[8] as well as sharing influences from "Batman and Robin: Born to Kill".[9] A sequel to the film, Batman: Bad Blood, was released in January 2016

Batman: Bad Blood (2016)Edit

With Bruce Wayne missing, Dick Grayson takes up the mantle of Batman but finds himself teaming up with Damian Wayne and the mysterious Batwoman and Batwing to face a new threat involving the mysterious Heretic and Damian's mother Talia al Ghul.

The film was released on January 20, 2016. It features an original story by J.M. DeMatteis. It introduces Batwoman and Batwing to the universe.[10][11] Batgirl (Barbara Gordon in the Burnside costume) also makes a non-speaking cameo appearance at the very end of the movie, right before the end credits.

Justice League vs. Teen Titans (2016)Edit

Batman encourages Damian to join a group of young heroes known as the Teen Titans lead by Koriand’r / Starfire that consist of Raven, Beast Boy, and Blue Beetle. Meanwhile, a demon known as Trigon possesses the Justice League who are forced to be confronted by the Titans.

The film premiered at WonderCon in Los Angeles on March 26, 2016. It introduces the Teen Titans to the universe.[12] It features an original story by Bryan Q. Miller.

Justice League Dark (2017)Edit

After a series of demonic attacks in Washington, D.C., Metropolis and Gotham, Batman and the Justice League request John Constantine for help who recruits a team of supernatural heroes consisting of Zatanna, Boston Brand / Deadman, Jason Blood / Etrigan the Demon and Alec Holland / Swamp Thing to stop it.

The film was released digitally on January 24, 2017 and on DVD and Blu-ray on February 7, 2017.[13][14][15] It is an adaptation of Peter Milligan's "Justice League Dark" series and introduces the team of the same name to the universe.[16]

Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (2017)Edit

The Titans gain a new team member, Terra, who seems to have ulterior motives as they take on the mercenary, Slade Wilson / Deathstroke, and a terrorist cult led by Brother Blood.

The film was released April 4, 2017 and is based on the comic book "The Judas Contract" by Marv Wolfman and George Perez.

Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay (2018)Edit

Amanda Waller recruits a team of criminals known as Task Force X which consists of Floyd Lawton / Deadshot, Harleen Quinzel / Harley Quinn, George Harkness / Captain Boomerang, Ben Turner / Bronze Tiger, Sameer Park / Copperhead and Crystal Frost / Killer Frost to retrieve a mystical object while they are confronted by other villainous masterminds who are also after that artifact, including an immortal being known as Vandal Savage and Professor Zoom.

The film was announced at the 2017 San Diego Comic Con and was released on DVD and Blu-ray on April 10, 2018. It features an original story by Alan Burnett.

The Death of Superman (2018)Edit

When a monster dubbed Doomsday crashes down to Earth, it begins a destructive rampage which triggers the Justice League and later Lex Luthor to come and stop it. When all attempts fail, they come to realization they need Superman to kill it.

Despite the story being previously adapted in the first DC Universe Animated Original Movie (though not in the DCAMU), Superman: Doomsday, this said movie greatly altered and condensed the original comic story to fit it within a 75-minute runtime. The Death of Superman was written to be much more faithful to the original story; according to DC's Tim Beedle, the film is "much less condensed and will include many of the fan-favorite moments from the story that were left out of Doomsday".[17]

Reign of the Supermen (2019)Edit

Reign of the Supermen is the second part of a two-part film that started with The Death of Superman and was released in January 2019. The film is based on the comic storyline of the same name which was a follow up to The Death of Superman comic. The film features Superboy, Steel, the Eradicator and Cyborg Superman.[18] It was released digitally on January 15, 2019 and was released on Blu-ray and DVD January 29.[19]

Batman: Hush (2019)Edit

A mysterious criminal known as Hush is determined to destroy both the crime-fighting career and personal life of Batman, which has already been complicated by a relationship with Catwoman.

The film was announced at San Diego Comic-Con on July 20, 2018, it was released digitally on July 19, 2019 and was released on Blu-ray and DVD on August 6, 2019.[20][21][22] It stars Jason O'Mara as Batman, Geoffrey Arend as Hush, Jerry O'Connell as Superman and Jennifer Morrison as Catwoman.[23][24] The film is based on the comic book of the same name.

FutureEdit

Film U.S. release date Director(s) Story Producer(s) Status
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines October 5, 2019 Sam Liu
Justin Copeland
Mairghread Scott Jim Krieg
Sam Liu
Amy McKenna
Sam Register
James Tucker
Post-production

Wonder Woman: Bloodlines (2019)Edit

When Amazon princess Diana of Themyscira chooses to save fighter pilot Steve Trevor, it’s a choice that will change her world and ours. Fulfilling the role of both ambassador as well as protector, Diana earns the name Wonder Woman from the gracious people of Earth. But her heart is as strong as her will as she is determined to help a troubled and embittered young girl whom has fallen in with a deadly organization known only as Villainy, Inc![25]

The film is a prequel to Justice League: War and will star Rosario Dawson reprising her role as Wonder Woman from previous films and will be joined by Jeffrey Donovan as Steve Trevor, Marie Avgeropoulos as Vanessa Kapatelis/Silver Swan, Kimberly Brooks as Cheetah and Giganta, Michael Dorn as Ferdinand, Ray Chase as the lead bandit, Mozhan Marno as Doctor Cyber, Adrienne C. Moore as Etta Candy, Courtenay Taylor as Doctor Poison, Nia Vardalos as Julia Kapatelis, and Constance Zimmer as Veronica Cale. The film will be released digitally on October 5, 2019 and on 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray on October 22, 2019.[25]

In developmentEdit

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War (2020)Edit

A sequel to Justice League Dark will be released in the Summer of 2020.[26]

Superman: Man of Tomorrow (2020)Edit

An animated film chronicling Clark Kent's early years as Superman will be released in 2020.[27]

Potential projectsEdit

Writer J. M. DeMatteis expressed interest in scripting an adaptation of his Batman story arc Going Sane and a New Gods film set in the DCAMU.[28][29]

Expanded settingEdit

The post-credits scene in Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox sets up the events of Justice League: War, the film that officially began the DCAMU. A plot point in the film is revisited and expanded in Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay, which also belongs to the DCAMU continuity.

Teen Titans Go! Vs. Teen Titans features a cameo from the teen Titans of this universe.

TimelineEdit

The beginning of Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay is set after the events of Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. The short film Nightwing and Robin is set during the events of Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. The upcoming Wonder Woman: Bloodlines will be set before the events of Justice League: War.

Year(s) Feature films
2014 Justice League: War, Son of Batman
2015 Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis, Nightwing and Robin, Batman vs. Robin
2016 Batman: Bad Blood, Justice League vs. Teen Titans
2017 Justice League Dark, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
2018 Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay, The Death Of Superman, Constantine: City Of Demons: The Movie
2019 Reign Of The Supermen, Batman: Hush

Comic booksEdit

Suicide Squad: Hell to PayEdit

The digital-first series Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay was released on March 21, 2018, and features 12 digital issues. It serves as a sequel to the film of the same name.[30][31]

The Death of Superman: Part 1Edit

On August 1, 2018, DC announced a 12-part, weekly digital comic series titled The Death of Superman: Part 1.[32] This series, written by veteran Superman writer Louise Simonson serves as prequel to the film. Some aspects of the series contradict events previously established in the DC Animated Movie Universe, most notably the Parademon invasion as depicted in Justice League: War.

In the US, retailer Best Buy offered an exclusive "Deluxe Edition" Blu-ray containing a hardcover graphic novel titled The Death of Superman: The Wake,[33] which compiles the first four chapters of the series.

Constantine: City of DemonsEdit

Film U.S. release date Director Writer Story by Producer
Constantine: City of Demons October 9, 2018 Doug Murphy J. M. DeMatteis Butch Lukic

A decade after a tragic mistake, family man Chas and occult detective John Constantine set out to cure Chas' daughter Trish from a mysterious supernatural coma.

City of Demons is an extended film version of the web series of the same name, itself based on the graphic novel All His Engines.[34] The film premiered at New York Comic Con on October 4, 2018,[35] and released on Blu-ray, DVD, and digital on October 9, 2018. According to J. M. DeMatteis the series version is not a continuation of Constantine, but is in the same universe as the 2017 film Justice League Dark and that "[i guess] time will tell if it will be part of the Arrowverse".[36]

CrewEdit

Crew Justice League:
War

(2014)
Son of Batman
(2014)
Justice League:
Throne of Atlantis

(2015)
Batman vs. Robin
(2015)
Batman: Bad Blood
(2016)
Justice League vs. Teen Titans
(2016)
Justice League Dark
(2017)
Teen Titans:
The Judas Contract

(2017)
Suicide Squad:
Hell to Pay

(2018)
The Death of Superman
(2018)
Constantine:
City of Demons:
The Movie

(2018)
Reign of the Supermen
(2019)
Batman:
Hush

(2019)
Director Jay Oliva Ethan Spaulding Jay Oliva Sam Liu Jay Oliva Sam Liu Sam Liu and Jake Castorena Doug Murphy Sam Liu Justin Copeland
Producer James Tucker Sam Liu Sam Liu and Amy McKenna Greg Berlanti and David S. Goyer James Tucker N/A
Writer(s) Heath Corson Joe R. Lansdale Heath Corson J. M. DeMatteis Alan Burnett and Bryan Q. Miller Ernie Altbacker Alan Burnett Peter J. Tomasi J. M. DeMatteis Tim Sheridan and Jim Krieg Ernie Altbacker
Composer Kevin Kliesch Frederik Wiedmann Robert J. Kral Frederik Wiedmann Robert J. Kral Frederik Wiedmann Kevin Riepl Frederik Wiedmann N/A
Editor(s) Christopher D. Lozinski Al Bretienbach Christopher D. Lozinski N/A Christopher D. Lozinski Kyle Stafford James Tucker N/A
Based on "Justice League Origin" by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee "Batman and Son" by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert "Throne of Atlantis" by Geoff Johns "Batman: The Court Owls" by Scott Snyder N/A N/A "Justice League Dark" by Peter Milligan and Mikel Janin "The Judas Contract" by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez N/A "The Death of Superman" by Dan Jurgens, Louise Simonson and Roger Stern "All His Engines" by Mike Carey "The Death of Superman" by Dan Jurgens, Louise Simonson and Roger Stern "Batman: Hush" by Jeph Loeb
Production companies DC Entertainment
Warner Bros. Animation
DC Films
Warner Bros. Animation
Distributor Warner Home Video
Running time 79 minutes 74 minutes 72 minutes 76 minutes 72 minutes 79 minutes 75 minutes 84 minutes 86 minutes 81 minutes 90 minutes 87 minutes N/A
Release date February 4, 2014 May 6, 2014 January 27, 2015 April 14, 2015 February 2, 2016 April 12, 2016 February 7, 2017 April 18, 2017 March 27, 2018 July 24, 2018 October 9, 2018 January 15, 2019 N/A

ReceptionEdit

Sales performancesEdit

Sales figures below represent DVD sales and, when available, Blu-ray sales in the United States. International sales, digital sales, and rentals are not included.

Title Release date Director(s) Gross in the 1st three weeks Gross total Ref.
Justice League: War February 4, 2014 Jay Oliva $3,119,314 $5,175,880 [37]
Son of Batman May 6, 2014 Ethan Spaulding $4,071,112 $6,821,950 [38]
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis January 27, 2015 $2,445,009[39] $4,455,992 [40]
Batman vs. Robin April 14, 2015 Jay Oliva $2,537,343 $4,160,098 [41]
Batman: Bad Blood February 2, 2016 $3,093,355 $4,623,861 [42]
Justice League vs. Teen Titans March 26, 2016 Sam Liu $2,522,134 $4,431,878 [43]
Justice League Dark January 24, 2017 Jay Oliva $1,286,255 $3,120,265 [44]
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract April 18, 2017 Sam Liu $1,514,960 $3,157,894 [45]
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay March 27, 2018 $1,202,526 $2,613,372 [46]
The Death of Superman July 24, 2018 Sam Liu and Jake Castorena $4,219,828 $5,985,407 [47]
Constantine: City of Demons: The Movie October 9, 2018 Doug Murphy $750,022 $1,315,948 [48]
Reign of the Supermen January 15, 2019 Sam Liu N/A $2,222,536 [49]
Total: $29,723,280 $53,161,943
Average: $2,702,945 $4,244,950

RatingsEdit

Film Rotten Tomatoes
Critic rating Average Rating
Justice League: War 50% (6 reviews)[50] 5.8/10[50]
Son of Batman 64% (11 reviews)[51] 6.4/10[51]
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis 57% (7 reviews)[52] 5.3/10[52]
Batman vs. Robin 100% (5 reviews)[53] 8.4/10[53]
Batman: Bad Blood 100% (5 reviews)[54] 7.6/10[54]
Justice League vs. Teen Titans 75% (4 reviews)[55] N/A
Justice League Dark 78% (9 reviews)[56] 6.8/10[56]
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract 83% (6 reviews)[57] 7.6/10[57]
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay 88% (8 reviews)[58] 7.2/10[58]
The Death of Superman 92% (13 reviews)[59] 7.2/10[59]
Constantine: City of Demons: The Movie 100% (3 reviews)[60] N/A
Reign of the Supermen N/A N/A
Batman: Hush 92% (12 reviews)[61] N/A

See alsoEdit

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