Written by Zechs
on Wednesday, January 15 2014 and posted in News with Benefits
Giancarlo Volpe revealed today the secret project he was on: an exclusive DC animated movie for Target stores.
Today on Twitter, former Green Lantern: The Animated Series co-producer Giancarlo Volpe finally revealed the secret animated project he was doing: a new animated DC movie called Justice League Adventures: Trapped in Time!!!
The fifty-two minute movie also reunites a couple actors from previous show Volpe worked on: Avatar: The Last Airbender namely Grey Delisle (Azula), Jack DeSena (Sokka), and Dante Basco (Zuko). Volpe didn't reveal what roles they be voicing or any other actors, but it's a nice additional treat. He additionally revealed that the movie will be more family-friendly than Justice League: War (which he also hypes is awesome).
As for if it's in continuity with Green Lantern: The Animated Series or Young Justice well Volpe had this to say:
You can view the cover art to the DVD below. Justice League Adventures: Trapped in Time will be released exclusively on DVD (no word if it'll be released on Blu Ray)at Target stores on January 21.
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