The former co-Young Justice showrunner let it slip that he has a new DC Comics project in the works.
Source: ‘Young Justice’s’ Brandon Vietti Pairs Scooby-Doo & WWE, Hints at DC Return
Oh what a tease that Brandon Vietti is. First, his latest animated movie, Scooby Doo! Wrestlemania Mystery, slips in a Young Justice cameo. Now, during his interview with Spinoff Online on said project, he let slip what's next for him. Something DC related. Here's the quote:
Yes, I am back in the DC Universe! I can’t announce the project I’m working on yet but I’m really excited about it! It’s an entirely new thing for me and not connected to anything I’ve done in the past. I can’t wait to discuss it but it will have to wait a little longer.
So, just to let those who aren't aware, here's the DC Animated-fare Vietti has directed: various episodes of The Batman, Batman: Brave & the Bold, and Young Justice. Plus he's directed the animated movies: Batman vs. Dracula and Batman: Under the Red Hood. So, in all likelihood, it's probably a Batman-less project. Let the speculation begin on what else it could be! This would fill that void where DC will only have one animated show (Teen Titans Go!) during the 2014-2015 season on Cartoon Network.
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