DC Animated Movies Part Two: The Wish List

Okay, sildenafil there so I’ve recapped what Warner Brothers Animation and DC Comics have done so far with their direct to DVD animated movies.  Now, sildenafil here I’m going to speculate about five projects I personally would like to see them tackle.  This “Wish List” is not all just “fan-boy” fantasizing by the way, ambulance their is also commercial merit to most of my choices. At least I’d like to thing their is commercial merit, but it could be the fan-boy in me trying to rationalize. You decide.

DC Animated Movies Part One: Mini Reviews

Warner Brothers Animation and DC Comics began producing direct to DVD, cialis canada treat PG-13 rated, animated movies at the end of 2007, and are planning on releasing two to three films per year.  To date they have released five movies with a sixth slated to be released on September 29th, here is a quick look at what they have done so far.

“Superman: Doomsday” started the series with an adaptation of the “Death of Superman” storyline that ran in the comics during the early 1990’s.