To honor tomorrow’s Blu-ray release of Batman: Hush, we have our exclusive interviews with the voice cast of Batman: Hush, including Jason O’Mara as Batman, Sean Maher as Nightwing, Maury Sterling as Thomas Elliot and Hush, Jason Spisak as The Joker, Bruce Thomas as Commissioner Jim Gordon and Geoffrey Arend as The Riddler.
A day before the big Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack release, we are proud to present our interviews of the voice cast of The Death of Superman, directly from the World Premiere at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) 2018. ToonBarn Head Writer Marc Morrell has interviews with Jerry O’Connell (Superman), Rebecca Romijn (Lois Lane), Jason O’Mara (Batman) and Christopher Gorham (Flash).
The DC Universe Original Movies: 10th Anniversary Collection features two collectible items of particular note: an exclusive 40-page adult coloring book featuring key art from all DC Universe films, with artwork designed by renowned artists exclusive for this collection; and exclusive collector coins featuring the DC “trinity” – Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman.
In honor of tonight’s premiere in LA, we are sharing our NYCC interviews from the cast and crew of Justice League Dark, taken by ToonBarn Head Writer, Marc Morrell. The following interviews are with Matt Ryan (Constantine), Jason O’Mara (Batman), Jay Oliva (Director), James Tucker (Producer), and Phil Bourassa (Character Designer).
Jason O’Mara, a veteran in his role as Batman, and Stuart Allan, continuing his role as Robin (Damian Wayne), were interviewed by ToonBarn Head Writer Marc Morrell at WonderCon in Los Angeles. The occasion was the World Premiere of Justice League vs. Teen Titans, the newest direct to video animated film from DC Comics and Warner Bros Home Entertainment.
It’s Bad Blood Week on ToonBarn! We have interviews with the cast and crew of Batman: Bad Blood from New York Comic Con, and later this week, from the World Premiere in NYC!
If you loved Son of Batman, then you will cheer as the story continues with Damian Wayne filling in the role of Robin, still bent on violence, but unable to get the words of his biological father (Batman) out of his head… “We don’t kill!”
I didn’t know when I watched this movie that I was going to have to explain to my son the difference between a “Batman” and “Man-Bats”.
This is the first time many of the heroes are meeting each other, and it doesn’t necessarily feel like “Superfriends”, if you know what that 70’s and 80’s cartoon was like.
The clip features Batman and Green Lantern meeting for the first time while dealing with a parademon and the local police. Jason O’Mara and Justin Kirk provide the voices of Batman and Green Lantern, respectively.