American anime RWBY And The Justice League Have Become A Crossover Animated Film In 2023
At RTX 2022, Rooster Teeth introduced its supernatural, American anime RWBY will collide another time with DC’s Justice League for an upcoming animated characteristic movie in 2023. The Austin Chronicle stated that both businesses lately ran a a hit RWBY/Justice League comic with creator Marguerite Bennett (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers) and artist Aneke (Red Sonja). While they’ve collaborated recently, this may be an all-new tale.
Excited for the slew of lively DC movies developing:
Green Lantern: Beware My Power
Batman and Superman: Battle of the Super Sons
Legion of Super-Heroes
Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham
Justice League x RWBY: Super Heroes and Huntsmen, Part One
Justice League: Warworld p.c.twitter.com/GtzaN4sXOf— Brandon Katz (@Great_Katzby) July 28, 2022
While there’s no confirmation on which Justice League heroes will be present for this film, RWBY fanatics may be excited to research that the authentic voice talent is part of the challenge. Just via nature of the call popularity of The Justice League, a strong movie has the ability to herald even extra enthusiasts to Rooster Teeth tasks. (Though I’m positive there are masses of people in both camps.)
As exciting as it’s miles, we must additionally maintain our hopes damped, specifically if this is set to be a streaming event, because of all the HBO Max news popping out this week. Several excessive-profile films like Batgirl and a sequel to 2020’s Scoob! were reduce in post-manufacturing. Together, just for those essentially finished projects, an estimated $130 million is being thrown away. Both Rooster Teeth and DC (the whole lot) are owned through Warner Bros. Now, with the large Warner Bros. and Discovery merger, loads of initiatives aren’t ever going to look the light of day.
(via Austin Chronicle, featured photo: DC Comics) Here are some other bits of news we noticed today:
- The effort to discover options to incarceration effects in no women in juvie for the first time ever. (via Hawaii News Now)
- The BeReal App is being roasted on Twitter with hilarious memes. (thru Hyperallergic)
- Author Mikki Kendall writes approximately the importance of Nichelle Nichols for Black ladies. (thru The Guardian)
- Cheyenne Lin discusses how tween shows warp our expertise of puberty as children by inspecting famous child suggests of the 2000s. (through YouTube)
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