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“Young Justice: Invasion,” “Green Lantern: The Animated Series” Episodes For October 2012

All-new episodes of both Young Justice: Invasion and Green Lantern: The Animated Series are slated to air on Cartoon Network for the month of October 2012. Both series air back-to-back as part of the hour-long DC Nation programming block, airing Saturdays at 10am (ET) on Cartoon Network, with encores on Sundays at 10am (ET/PT).

Young Justice: Invasion continues with all-new installments from the second season of the acclaimed animated series. Young Justice: Invasion airs Saturdays at 10:30am (ET/PT) as part of the DC Nation programming block, with encore presentations the following Sunday at 10:30am (ET/PT). Continue below for the October 2012 episode schedule details, provided by Cartoon Network.

Young Justice
Saturday, October 6th, 2012 at 10:30am (ET/ PT) – “Darkest”

Black Manta has a new mission for his son: a mission that should prove once and for all exactly whose side Aqualad is on!

Young Justice: Invasion
Saturday, October 13th, 2012 at 10:30am (ET/ PT) – “Before the Dawn”

On a covert mission to rescue some of its own, The Team, Blue Beetle and Miss Martian uncover shocking secrets… and devastating truths!

Young Justice
Saturday, October 20th 2012 at 10:30am (ET/ PT) – “Cornered”

The Team is trapped inside the Hall of Justice for a cage match against a brutal alien gladiator!

Young Justice
Saturday, October 27th 2012 at 10:30am (ET/ PT) – “True Colors”

When the REACH forms a devil’s alliance with Lexcorp, Robin leads a squad undercover to investigate.

Please note schedule details are subject to change without notice. Young Justice: Invasion airs Saturdays at 10:30am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network. The above content can also be found at the The World’s Finest Young Justice subsite.

Continuing, all-new episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series will air for the month of October 2012. Green Lantern: The Animated Series airs Saturdays at 10am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network, with encores the following Sunday at 10am (ET/PT), as part of the DC Nation programming block on Cartoon Network. The episode breakdowns are provided below.

Green Lantern: The Animated Series
Saturday, October 6th, 2012 at 10:00am (ET/PT) – “Reboot”

Hal tries to reassemble the team in order to take on a new threat- the Anti-Monitor.

Green Lantern: The Animated Series
Saturday, October 13th, 2012 at 10:00am (ET/PT) – “Steam Lantern”

After being blasted by the Anti-Monitor, Hal finds himself in a steampunk world!

Green Lantern: The Animated Series
Saturday, October 20th, 2012 at 10:00am (ET/PT) – “Blue Hope”

The Manhunters attack the Blue Lantern home planet!

Green Lantern: The Animated Series
Saturday, October 27th, 2012 at 10:00am (ET/PT) – “Prisoner of Sinestro”

Green Lantern Sinestro unknowingly unleashes a dangerous creature on board the Interceptor.

Please note schedule details are subject to change. Green Lantern: The Animated Series airs Saturdays at 10am (ET/PT) with encore presentations the following Sunday at 10am (ET/PT) as part of DC Nation on Cartoon Network. Continue to the The World’s Finest Green Lantern: The Animated Series subsite for more content and details from the Warner Bros. Animation production.

Stay tuned for further schedule updates and coverage on Young Justice, Green Lantern: The Animated Series and the DC Nation programming block – including exclusive content and much more – right here soon at The World’s Finest.

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Producer Giancarlo Volpe On The Return Of “Green Lantern: The Animated Series”

After a long summer hiatus, Green Lantern: The Animated Series is back on Cartoon Network with thirteen new episodes slated to air during the 2012-2013 television season. The series follows the adventures of Green Lantern Hal Jordan and his band of heroes fighting to save the universe from intergalactic threats. Debuting September 29th, 2012 at 10:00am (ET/PT) as part of the DC Nation Saturday morning programming block on Cartoon Network, series producer Giancarlo Volpe promises the show will venture into new territory while also expanding on the show’s established mythology. Continue below for more from Volpe.

The World’s Finest: What can fans expect when they tune into the new season of Green Lantern: The Animated Series this weekend? How are things kicked off?

Giancarlo Volpe: Hmm, what can I divulge that won’t spoil the episode? I guess I can say the premiere starts moments after the mid-season finale. Hal is returning to Earth for the first time since he stood up Carol many months ago. It should feel very much like the next installment of an ongoing story arc. At the same time, it’s a good place for new viewers to join in if they haven’t seen the first season yet.

The episode also takes place predominantly on Earth, which I know a lot of fans have been asking about since we started.

WF: Is it safe to say this episode will lay the groundwork for what’s to come in the coming weekend? And will we see the return of characters and plots from the first thirteen episodes?

GV: Definitely. This week’s episode and the following one play like a two part set-up, not unlike season one. There’s a Manhunter bunker discovered on Earth, which will prove to be only the first of countless Manhunter outbreaks through out the galaxy. Where the Red Lantern Corps were threatening to invade from a far away region, the Manhunters have sleeper cells all over. This time, the threat starts from within, right under everyone’s noses.

You’re definitely going to see a lot more of the main four – Hal, Kilowog, Razer, and Aya – not to mention fan favorite Saint Walker. We also made it a point to expand the ranks of the Green Lantern Corps while also introducing new characters to (hopefully) fall in love with.

WF: Can you tease us with what we can expect for the next thirteen new episodes?

GV: The next 13 definitely have more of the same feel as the first batch. So if you liked the tone of season one you should love season 1.5 (or two, or whatever it’s called). I think the stakes are even higher this time around however, so get ready for some crazy emotional roller coaster rides (double entendre intended). Hopefully all the dramatic tension will make everyone root extra hard for the good guys to save the day in the end.

WF: Lastly – Guy Gardner – great Green Lantern…or GREATEST Green Lantern?

GV: Ha, I don’t know about that one. Let’s put it this way – if I had both Hal and Guy’s number on speed dial, I’d call Hal every time there was an emergency. I bet he’d be a blast to grab drinks with. But if I was casting for a smutty reality show, I’d go Guy all the way.

Green Lantern: The Animated Series for an all-new season starting Saturday, September 29th, 2012 at 10:00am (ET/PT) as part of the DC Nation programming block. Click here for media from the September 29th, 2012 episode – titled “The New Guy” – and stay tuned for additional content and updates.

For more details on Green Lantern: The Animated Series, check out the The World’s Finest subsite dedicated to the CG-animated show.

The DC Nation airs Saturdays at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network, with an encore Sunday at 10:00am (ET/PT). The block kicks off with an all-new episode of Green Lantern: The Animated Series at 10:00am (ET/PT), followed with an all-new episode of Young Justice at 10:30am (ET/PT). DC Nation shorts air during commercial breaks of the two above-mentioned show, and rotate and change every week.

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Interview With “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One” Composer Christopher Drake

The World’s Finest sat down with composer Christopher Drake to discuss his work on the animated feature Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One. Drake has been a regular fixture in the DC Universe Animated Original Movie line, providing the score for multiple features. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One, the latest from the home video line, is the first in a two-part adaptation of the acclaimed comic series. In the following Q & A, Drake reveals how he nailed down his 1980s-inspired synth score, what you may not have heard in the film’s final cut, and teases for some of his major upcoming projects. Click on the image below for more.

Click on the links below to discuss both the new Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature and its respective DVD and Blu-ray home video releases.

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One Feature Talkback (Spoilers)
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One DVD/Blu-ray Talkback (Spoilers)
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Classic Comic Talkback (Spoilers)

Click here to read the The World’s Finest reviews of the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature and Blu-ray release.

A co-production of Warner Premiere, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the direct-to-video Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature is now available to own on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD, On Demand and for Download.

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Images, Video, Description From Upcoming Episode Of “Young Justice” Animated Series, DC Nation

Cartoon Network has passed along the episode synopsis, video clips, and a collection of images from the upcoming all-new Young Justice episode “Satisfaction.” The new Young Justice episode is scheduled to air at 10:30am (ET/PT) on Saturday, September 29th, 2012 as part of the new DC Nation programming block on Cartoon Network. Click on the thumbnails below to view the complete library of hi-res images and Quicktime-format video clips. The official episode description is also provided below.

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Young Justice: Invasion
“Satisfaction”
Airs Saturday, September 29th
10:30 a.m. ET/PT on Cartoon Network

Synopsis: Roy Harper seeks vengeance against the man who ruined his life!

Young Justice Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. Young Justice and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and DC Comics.

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Cartoon Network has also released media for the new animated shorts set to debut this weekend during the DC Nation programming block. The DC Nation shorts are animated shorts starring a host of different DC Comics characters in varying styles. Continue below to view the new content, the first a new Quicktime-format clip and the second a new hi-res image.

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DC Nation returns September 29th, 2012 at 10:00am (ET/PT) with an all-new season of episodes and animated shorts.

Cartoon Network has previously released content for the new episode of Green Lantern: The Animated Series debuting this weekend. Click here for the new media.

The DC Nation airs Saturdays at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network, with an encore Sunday at 10:00am (ET/PT). The block kicks off with an all-new episode of Green Lantern: The Animated Series at 10:00am (ET/PT), followed with an all-new episode of Young Justice at 10:30am (ET/PT). DC Nation shorts air during commercial breaks of the two above-mentioned show, and rotate and change every week.

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New Images From “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One” Released

Warner Home Video has released a collection of new images promoting the release of the direct-to-video Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature. The latest film in the DC Universe Animated Original Movie line – now available to own on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, Download, and onDemand – is the first in a two-part adaptation of the acclaimed 1980s comic series The Dark Knight Returns starring a retired Batman who dons the cape and cowl to deal with a city decaying into crime. A preview for Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two is available on the assorted home video editions of this movie. Click on the thumnail below for a closer look at each image.

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Stay tuned for announcements regarding Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two, including updates on a New York Comic Con panel, street date announcement, and additional cast reveals.

Click on the links below to discuss both the new Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature and its respective DVD and Blu-ray home video releases.

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One Feature Talkback (Spoilers)
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One DVD/Blu-ray Talkback (Spoilers)
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Classic Comic Talkback (Spoilers)

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A co-production of Warner Premiere, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the direct-to-video Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature is now available to own on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD, On Demand and for Download.

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“Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One” Animated Feature Now Available On Home Video, Download

The all-new direct-to-video Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature from Warner Premiere, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation is now available to own on Blu-ray and DVD. The new animated feature is based on the acclaimed Batman: The Dark Knight Returns classic comic mini-series, originally published in the 1980s. Warner Home Video distributes the direct-to-video animated feature, which is also available on Pay-Per-View, OnDemand and for legal download. The Blu-ray release for Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One features an exclusive digital comic and a featurette. The cover artwork for the separate home video releases are available below.



Further information on this latest DC Universe Animated Original Movie title can be found by clicking the images above. Click on the links below to discuss both the new Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature and its respective DVD and Blu-ray home video releases.

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One Feature Talkback (Spoilers)
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One DVD/Blu-ray Talkback (Spoilers)
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Classic Comic Talkback (Spoilers)

Click here to read the The World’s Finest reviews of the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature and Blu-ray release.

A co-production of Warner Premiere, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the direct-to-video Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature is now available to own on Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD, On Demand and for Download.

Continuing, the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One home video release also includes a look at the next DC Universe Animated Original title, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two. Click on the thumbnails below to view a selection of images from the “A Sneak Peek at Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two” featurette available on all Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One home video releases. The following images are exclusive to The World’s Finest and are not to be removed without permission or credit given.



Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two, the next direct-to-video DC Comics Premiere Movie release, is slated to hit DVD and Blu-ray Winter 2013. Stay tuned for further updates here soon at The Worlds Finest.

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New “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One” Images, Clip, Studio-Interview With Ariel Winter

The World’s Finest presents new media and a studio-conducted interview, provided by Warner Home Video, for the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One direct-to-video animated feature. Continue reading below for an interview with Ariel Winter, who voices Robin in the upcoming DC Universe Animated Original Movies title. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One arrives tomorrow, September 25, 2012 from Warner Home Video as a Blu-ray™ Combo Pack and DVD, On Demand and for Download. Also available is a new Robin-centric clip from the animated feature and a series of new stills. The first thumbnail below leads to the Quicktime/MP4 clip, the remainder to stills.

Emmy on Sunday, Superhero on Monday!
Modern Family star Ariel Winter gives voice to the first female Robin in
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1

It’s going to be a whirlwind 24 hours for Ariel Winter.

Sunday night, the young actress was on stage at the Emmy Awards along with her cast of Modern Family to claim the prize for Outstanding Comedy Series, and tonight she’ll be walking the red carpet at the premiere of her new animated film, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1.

Winter gives voice to the first female Robin, Frank Miller’s stroke of genius for his landmark comic book story. She’ll join co-stars Peter Weller and David Selby on the red carpet at the Paley Center in Los Angeles tonight, September 24, for the West Coast premiere of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1. Also on hand will be a quartet of filmmakers: executive producer Bruce Timm, director Jay Oliva, writer Bob Goodman and dialogue director Andrea Romano. The event is completely sold out.

Now in her fourth season as Alex Dunphy on Modern Family, Winter has already carved out quite a career in her brief 14 years. On the big screen, Winter has been seen in films as varied as One Missed Called, Speed Racer, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and A Thousand Words. Anchored by a recurring role as Lucy Moore on ER, Winter’s television career includes guest roles on Criminal Minds, Nip/Tuck, Monk, Jericho, Bones, Crossing Jordan and The Ghost Whisperer.

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 represents Winter’s second foray into animated DCU entertainment. Winter provided the voice of the savvy 10-year-old Princess Perdita of Vlatava, whom Oliver Queen races to protect in the DC Universe Animated Original Short, Green Arrow. She reprised the role for an episode of Young Justice. She has been particularly active in animation, providing voices for films such as ParaNorman, Ice Age: The Meltdown, Over the Hedge and Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, and TV series like Phineas and Ferb and The Penguins of Madagascar.

In many ways, Winter is a spunky teenager with equal amounts of smarts and sass. She is honest at every turn. So you know her answers were fun when we sat down to discuss Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1

QUESTION: Imagining many of your fans are experiencing Batman: The Dark Knight Returns for the first time, describe your character Carrie Kelly’s place in the story.

ARIEL WINTER: Carrie is sort of a street kind of gangster girl who lives in this shady part of Gotham City. She’s always dreamed to meet her hero, Batman. One day she’s walking with her friend Michelle, and they get mugged by the Mutants – but Batman saves her. So she then sets out to be Batman’s partner in crime, er, crime-fighting. And eventually, she succeeds and becomes Robin.

QUESTION: How do you see Carrie’s sense of Batman?

ARIEL WINTER: I think Carrie feels super ecstatic when Batman includes her in his little facade of Batman and Robin. She feels so honored – it’s a really big deal for her. I think she’s not really not just a crime fighter, though – she’s kind of like his daughter. She really cares for him, and he really cares for her. They’re like family.

QUESTION: Are there similarities between Ariel Winter and Carrie Kelly, and how did that help/hinder getting into character?

ARIEL WINTER: Carrie and I share a lot of characteristics. We both like crime fighting. We both like Batman. We would both blow off school for crime fighting. (giggles) Actually, no, I would do my school during the day and then crime fight at night.

It wasn’t really hard getting into Carrie’s mindset because I’ve always wanted to play the sort of Tomb Raider, Kick-Ass role where the girl is really the brains behind the power. So I was excited when I got to do it. I just devoured the script. I was surprised. It was pretty violent. I read it and I saw some of the things and I was like, “Woah! That is so cool.” I’m a big fan of that action, thriller sort of thing, so it was exciting for me to read.

QUESTION: How important to you is being the first female Robin?

ARIEL WINTER: It’s really cool to be the first female animated Robin. There’s been so many amazing boys, but I think I can just bring something new that the fans have never experienced. So I’m really honored to be part of such a fantastic project.

Female empowerment really is important to me. I’m a big nerd of the books from the 15th Century and 16th Century, when the men had all the power and the women had none of it. So to have Robin be a girl is cool because it gives girls a chance to know that they can do everything boys can do, and even better. No offense (laughs), but it’s true.

QUESTION: Are you into comic books?

ARIEL WINTER: I’m an avid reader, so anything I can read is awesome. I go into comics stores and I can be in there for hours. It’s truly amazing when you open a comic book, because you’re immediately sucked in from the first line. The writing, the graphics, the artwork – it makes you feel like you’re inside the story.

QUESTION: You’re 14 and acting all the time. How do you balance acting with education?

ARIEL WINTER:
You have to be really smart to be an actor. It’s not just saying lines. You have to know the thoughts behind each line, to know what you’re saying. So I think it’s very important to get an education. And I won’t be going to college for acting or film school – I will probably go to college for medical research because it’s something that really interests me. I always tell kids that you’ve got to have something else to fall back on. Acting is my first love – I hope I can do it for the rest of my life. But I’m going to go to college and get a degree in something else. I really feel school is important.

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A review of the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature is available to view at The World’s Finest. Please click here to read the review, and stay tuned for additional coverage on the title coming very soon.

A co-production of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the direct-to-video Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature debuts September 25th, 2012 on Blu-ray, DVD, OnDemand and for Download from Warner Home Video.

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Print Advertisement For Animated “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One”

Regular advertisements for the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature are now appearing in titles published by DC Comics. The latest film in the DC Universe Animated Original Movie line – arriving on September 25th, 2012 to Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, Download, and onDemand – is the first in a two-part adaptation of the acclaimed 1980s comic series The Dark Knight Returns starring a retired Batman who dons the cape and cowl to deal with a city decaying into crime. Click on the thumbnail below to view a print advertisement for the animated feature.


The above content is also available at the The World’s Finest Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One subsite. Additionally, a review of the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature is now available at The World’s Finest. Please click here to read the review, and stay tuned for additional coverage on the title coming very soon.

A co-production of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the direct-to-video Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature debuts September 25th, 2012 on Blu-ray, DVD, OnDemand and for Download from Warner Home Video. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two, the conclusion of the two-part epic, which will see reelase in Early 2013, will be previewed on the home video release of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One.

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Confirmed Logline For Upcoming New Episode Of “Young Justice: Invasion”

A representative for Cartoon Network has confirmed for The World’s Finest the following logline for the upcoming Young Justice episode “Satisfaction.” The all-new episode debuts Saturday, September 29th, 2012 at 10:30am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network.

Young Justice: Invasion
September 29th, 2012 at 10:30am (ET/PT)

“Episode #34 Satisfaction” – Roy Harper seeks vengeance against the man who ruined his life.

Stay tuned for further Young Justice: Invasion updates here soon at The World’s Finest, including exclusive content and more. Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice: Invasion return to the DC Nation programming block with new episodes starting September 29th, 2012 at 10:00am (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network.

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Complete Cast And Crew Details For Animated “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One”

The World’s Finest has further creative team details for the upcoming Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One direct-to-video animated feature. The latest film in the DC Universe Animated Original Movie line – arriving on September 25th, 2012 to Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, Download, and onDemand – is the first in a two-part adaptation of the acclaimed 1980s comic series The Dark Knight Returns starring a retired Batman who dons the cape and cowl to deal with a city decaying into crime. The complete main cast and crew rundown for the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One direct-to-video animated feature, as listed in the official credits for the new DC Universe Animated Original Movie animated feature, are as follows below.

Peter Weller as Batman
Ariel Winter as Robin
David Selby as Commissioner Gordon
Wade Williams as Harvey Dent
Carlos Alazraqui as Hernando
Dee Bradley Baker as Don
Paget Brewster as Lana Lang
Maria Canals as Yindel
Catherine Cavadini as Joanie
Townsend Coleman as Morrie
Grey DeLisle as Anchor Carla
Richard Doyle as The Mayor
Greg Eagles as Mackie
Michael Emerson as Joker
Michael Jackson as Alfred
Danny Jacobs as Merkel
Maurice La Marche as Dr. Willing
Yuri Lowenthal as Son of Batman
Michael McKean as Dr. Wolper
Sam McMurray as Anchor Ted
Jim Meskimen as General Briggs
Rob Paulsen as Rob
Andrea Romano as Woman
Tara Strong as Michelle
James Patrick Stuart as Murray
Gary Sturgis as Silk
James Arnold Taylor as Mr. Hudson
Bruce Timm as Thomas Wayne
Jim Ward as Femur’s Lawyer
Frank Welker as Mayor Stevenson
Gary Anthony Williams as Mutant Leader
Jim Wise as Femur
Gwendoline Yeo as Lola Chong

Voice Direction – Andrea Romano
Casting Director – Meredith Layne, C.S.A.
Editor – Christopher D. Lozinski
Music By – Christopher Drake
Based on the DC Comics Characters
Executive Producers – Sam Register, Bruce Timm
Executive Producers – Benjamin Melniker, Michael Uslan
Co-Producer – Alan Burnett
Based on the graphic novel “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson published by DC Comics
Written by Bob Goodman
Directed By – Jay Oliva
Storyboard – Michael Chang, Brendan Clogher, Tim Divar, Lynell Forestall, Sam Liu, Rick Morales, Lauren Montgomery, Owen Sullivan, Keo Thongkham, Adam Van Wyk, Melchior Zwyer
Lead Character Design – Jon Suzuki
Character Design – Lynell Forestall, Stephen Jones, Danny Kimanyen, Coran Stone, Junpei Takayama, Brian Uchida, Melchior Zwyer
Animation Services – Moi Animation Studios

The above content is also available at the The World’s Finest Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One subsite. Additionally, a review of the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature is now available at The World’s Finest. Please click here to read the review, and stay tuned for additional coverage on the title coming very soon.

A co-production of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group, DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. Animation, the direct-to-video Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One animated feature debuts September 25th, 2012 on Blu-ray, DVD, OnDemand and for Download from Warner Home Video. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part Two, the conclusion of the two-part epic, which will see reelase in Early 2013, will be previewed on the home video release of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part One.

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