The climactic screenshot in Batman Vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles of almost all the characters about to fight was storyboarded by Adam Lucas, with additional help from Chris Copeland and Elsa Garagarza.
It seems like Disney Television Animation is really ramping up in getting out a bunch of tv movies. This information is from animation festivals, where you have to sign up to see this, so hopefully there's an article about it soon.
I'm currently watching the livestream for DC Kids Fandome on YouTube. Batwheels comes out next year, and apparently, Batman: Caped Crusader and My Adventures With Superman come out in 2023. There's also a scene from DC Superhero Girls 2019 of Diana asking Barbara to not be friends with Harleen, and we see the Joker. Hopefully, there's an article that talks more about this.
The winner of this matchup is Mickey's Tale Of Two Witches, which got 4 votes. The Book Of Life got 3 votes. Now we move to round 4, the final round. The matchup is between Scooby Doo On Zombie Island and Mickey's Tale Of Two Witche
The winner of this matchup is Scooby Doo On Zombie Island, which got 3 votes. Coraline got 1 vote. And now for the last matchup of round 3. It's between The Book Of Life and Mickey's Tale Of Two Witches.
If Dawnn Lewis ever played Amanda Waller (whether in live action or animation), this would be the second role she'd share with Viola Davis (the first being Ruby's mother Helen Hanshaw on Sofia The First).
The winner of this matchup is The Book Of Life, which got 3 votes. Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem got 0 votes. The last round 2 matchup is between Scooby Doo And The Goblin King and Mickey's Tale Of Two Witches.
Mike Kubat probably has one of the more varied portfolios. He started out working on Canadian cartoons like Ed Edd N Eddy and Atomic Betty. A few years ago, he would move to America and work on Disney Junior shows like Mickey And The Roadster Racers, Mira Royal Detective, and Spidey And His Amazing Friends. Coincidentally, Betty and Spidey are both animated by Atomic Cartoons.
So, in the animated series Jellystone!, has anyone noticed that Snorky's design is based off what he looked like in the first season of The Banana Splits Adventure Hour rather than in the second season of said show?