#26. BATMAN: ASSAULT ON ARKHAM #25.
JUSTICE LEAGUE: WAR #24. ALL
STAR SUPERMAN #23.
SUPERMAN UNBOUND #22. BATMAN
VS ROBIN #21. BATMAN
BAD BLOOD #20. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: THRONE OF ATLANTIS #19.
SUPERMAN/BATMAN: APOCALYPSE #18. WONDER
WOMAN #17. SON OF
BATMAN #16. JUSTICE
LEAGUE VS TEEN TITANS #15. BATMAN:
THE KILLING JOKE #14. BATMAN:
GOTHAM KNIGHT #13.
SUPERMAN DOOMSDAY #12.
JUSTICE LEAGUE THE NEW FRONTIER #11.
SUPERMAN/BATMAN: PUBLIC ENEMIES
LANTERN: FIRST FLIGHT #9. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: DOOM #8. BATMAN
YEAR ONE #7.
SUPERMAN VS THE ELITE #6. GREEN
LANTERN: EMERALD KNIGHTS #5. BATMAN:
UNDER THE RED HOOD #4. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: CRISIS ON TWO EARTHS #3. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: THE FLASHPOINT PARADOX #2. JUSTICE
LEAGUE: GODS AND MONSTERS #1. BATMAN:
THE DARK KNIGHT RETURNS
You may or may not recognize this gentleman his name is Dwayne McDuffie. He is responsible for the writing and scripting the majority of DC animated universe. Unfortunately he passed away in February 21, 2011. He’s written for Marvel, DC, and his own Milestone Media. The home of such characters as Static Shock, Icon, and Hardware. His approach to writing comics was to fill the void of lack of minorities in comics. He created various superheroes of color.
He was presented with the opportunity to write for various cartoon series. Such as Static Shock, Justice League Unlimited, and Ben 10. McDuffie wrote a number of direct-to-DVD animated films featuring DC Comics characters – including Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths and Justice League: Doom. He scripted the direct-to-DVD adaptation of All-Star Superman, which was released one day after his death. Justice League: Doom was released posthumously in 2012.
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In this film, there are multiple dimensions with different versions of Earth. They only focus on two of those dimensions, and two different Earths in this film. One Earth is the normal one that we all know, and the second is a world where the Justice League consists of the people that are the villains in the Earth that we all know. In the second Earth, instead of “the Joker,” there is “the Jester,” who in this film is a main member of the Justice League, and a good guy. It’s too bad that he dies so early because I would have loved to see him and Batman, from the Earth we know, working together.
A wonderful tongue-in-cheek commission I made from kelslk, showing the pre-reboot Rose Wilson reigning triumphant over several other versions of herself (Smallville, Crisis on Two Earths, Teen Titans Go, and New 52). Mostly just me venting my distaste for pretty much every version of Rose since the reboot.
Yes, but I do have a caveat: I don’t actually read DC comics. I read Marvel, but not DC. So these are all going to be a ranking based on characters who appear in adaptation rather than the character on the whole. So DC comics purists probably wanna stop reading now XD
10. Catwoman (The Batman)
9. Edward Nygma (Gotham)
8. Owlman (Justice League Crisis on Two Earths)
7. Tala (Justice League Unlimited) - Who for some reason has no gifs???