JUSTICE LEAGUE INFINITY Sees The Return Of Heroes From JUSTICE LEAGUE: UNLIMITED & BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES

Classic animated versions of DC's heroes from the likes of Batman: The Animated Series and Justice League: Unlimited are making their return in a seven-issues comic series called Justice League Infinity!

Fans often agree that the animated versions of DC Comics adaptations have remained among the best projects from the publisher. Dating back to Batman: The Animated Series, the cartoons that have taken place in DC's Universe of character lore have been almost all solid throughout the years.

Justice League: Unlimited is a fan favorite, along with many other titles in the decades since. Some of the most popular animated series include Batman Beyond, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Teen Titans, Young Justice, Teen Titans GO!, and countless others.

For those fans who can't seem to leave these beloved iterations through the years of animation, a new project will be right up their alley. A new seven-issue comic book series from DC Comics includes the characters from the animated universe!

Above, you can see that the characters included are Batman, Green Lantern, Hawkgirl, Martian Manhunter, Flash, Superman, and Wonder Woman. In the image below, however, Elongated Man is also making an appearance, so the number of characters present in the series is yet to be revealed.

For those interested in checking out what their old favorite heroes have been up to, the first digital issue of Justice League: Infinity launches May 13th, while the first printed comic in the series will release on July 6th.

What are your thoughts? Are you hoping for more appearances from these classic characters in the future? Be sure to sound off in the comments!

Justice League fanatics will also dig our exclusive interview with Scanline VFX about their work on Zack Snyder's Justice League, which we've included below.


 

Julius Lechner and Curtis Carlson from the Scanline VFX team stopped by to speak with us about their work on Zack Snyder's Justice League.


We learned a lot about the different digital effects they added to a number of scenes and precisely what they worked on for the new version of the 2017 film.

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