WB Animation and DC Entertainment released Batman: Bad Blood to store shelves and on demand services earlier today. Our review for that will be up later, but for now, let’s focus on their next effort: Justice League vs. Teen Titans. The animated film is officially set to arrive on Blu-ray/DVD on April 12th, although it will be available for digital download on March 29th.
More importantly the film recently had a spiffy new trailer issued online…
The illustrious voice cast for this offering is as follows: Jon Bernthal as ‘Trigon’, Taissa Farmiga as ‘Raven’, Jason O’Mara as ‘Batman’, Stuart Allen as ‘Robin’, Jerry O’Connell as ‘Superman’, Christopher Gorham as ‘The Flash’, Rosario Dawson as ‘Wonder Woman’, Kari Wahlgren as ‘Starfire’, Brandon Soo Hoo as ‘Beast Boy’, Jake T. Austin as ‘Blue Beetle’, Shemar Moore as ‘Cyborg’, and Sean Maher as ‘Nightwing’. That’s a pretty varied and stellar line-up, if you ask me! You can find the disc art and a list of special features below…
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Featurette – “Growing Up Titan” – The Teen Titans have fascinated readers for over 50 years due in part to their stories of valor, as well as earning empathy with comic book readers during their own trials growing up into adulthood. This documentary spotlights the importance of young voices in the DC Comics mythology, giving generations of readers a team of heroes that mirror their own life experiences.
Featurette – “Heroes and Villains – Raven” – She is the daughter of one of DC Comics’ greatest villains, the demon Trigon. Raven is a powerful telepath who uses her soul-self as a means for astral projection. She is integral to the Teen Titans. This documentary is her story.
Featurette – “Heroes and Villains – Trigon – The most fearsome and evil opponent the Teen Titans have encountered is this inter-dimensional demon. Trigon uses his immortality to shape worlds and exact his control. This documentary introduces the character and how he raises the stakes for the Teen Titans.
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