I was wondering how they would be handling the Animated Features .
Actor(s): Kevin Conroy, Steve Blum, Jill Talley, Tasia Valenza, Wally Wingert
Overview: Animated film based on the popular comic book written by Jeph Loeb.
Well, Kevin Conroy definitely indicates this is an Elseworlds or independent film, rather then an in-continuity movie .
Seems further indication that the film will be in-continuity, if Timm being on JLvsFF and Tucker having this listed on his Twitter wasn't enough of a hint .
Yeah, if I remember right, he was President during that story arc and one of the incidents was Batman rescuing someone connected to Luthor from Killer Croc. But on the former, I doubt enough time had passed for a presidential bid so they may excise that bit.I don't remember Luthor showing up in Hush but depending on what happens in Reign of the Supermen there might be a variety of ways they could fit him in.
I would also say "they've done it before" in the movies, but then again they also killed Superman again .Yeah, if I remember right, he was President during that story arc and one of the incidents was Batman rescuing someone connected to Luthor from Killer Croc. But on the former, I doubt enough time had passed for a presidential bid so they may excise that bit.
Assuming it's in-continuity I don't think they would bring in someone who already had such a high-profile role from another movie to play a different high-profile role .<smacks forehead> Or they got Rainn Wilson to voice Hush/Tommy.
It would also mean O'Mara's Batman fighting his dad, since Conroy voiced Thomas Wayne .On the other hand, it would be amusing to have O'Mara/Batman vs. Conroy/Hush.
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