Warner Bros had their fair share of controversy with their Looney Tunes characters in the latest with Pepe Le Pew. Should they retire IP?
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The new version of the Joker by John DiMaggio in Batman: Death in the Family has earned the respect of former voice actor Mark Hamill
Today my kids came home from school early. The school, in South-East London, was closed - and will remain closed for the week, as a result of two
Get Tickets To The Star-Studded New York Premiere of Superman: Red Son, Based on Mark Millar and Dave Johnson's Comics
Warner Bros and DC are to host the New York premiere screening of Superman: Red Son, based on the comic by Mark Millar and Dave Johnson, at 7pm, March
If you've been waiting for an animated adaptation of the classic DC Comics Batman: Hush, have we got some good news for you! Just today, Warner Bros.
Mark Wahlberg and Jason Isaacs will lend their voices in the upcoming Warner Bros. Pictures animated film Scoob as two iconic Hanna-Barbara characters.
We're apparently getting a new animated Scooby Doo film from Warner Bros. Animation called Scoob, and it'll feature a new gang of pals. According to
Today, IGN released the new trailer for the DC animated movie, Justice League vs. The Fatal Five.
Krypto is finally getting the recognition he deserves as Warner Bros. Animation is moving forward with their DC Super Pets animated feature film!
Take this with a Bruce Wayne-ego-sized grain of salt but there are currently rumors on the Gotham wind of Warner Bros. Animation working on a Batman
Teen Titans Go! To the Movies continues the deconstruction trend of superhero movies -- only this time with a target set on the younger audience.
Nicolas Cage talks about finally getting to play Superman in Teen Titans Go! to the Movies.
Bleeding Cool got the chance to sit down with Andrea Romano, voice director of Batman: The Animated Series. Watch the interview here.
Bleeding Cool got the chance to interview James Tucker about the upcoming Death of Superman animated movie and Steel's role in it. Video here.
Christopher Gorham, Voice of the Flash in Death of Superman, Takes No Inspiration from Live-Action Versions [SDCC]
Bleeding Cool got the chance to interview Christopher Gorham, who is voicing the Flash in WB Animation's upcoming Death of Superman. Watch the video here.