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Machinima has teamed with DC Entertainment for new digital animated series, exploring a "darker" version of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman.
At Comic-Con International the four main creative minds behind "Batman: the Animated Series," Paul Dini, Eric Radomski, Alan Burnett and Bruce Timm, gathered to reflect on their experience with the fan-favorite show.
Bruce Timm, Kevin Conroy, Tara Strong and Alan Burnett celebrated the 20th anniversary of the seminal "Batman: The Animated Series" in a mini-reunion at Emerald City Comicon.
Bruce Timm & Alan Burnett spoke with CBR TV about focusing on Hal Jordan in "Green Lantern: Emerald Knights," the upcoming "Justice League: Doom" and Dwayne McDuffie's legacy.
Friends and colleagues gathered at WonderCon to pay tribute to the late Dwayne McDuffie, sharing memories and stories about the writer who influenced a generation of comics and animation fans.
Veteran writer Alan Burnett discusses the upcoming "Green Lantern: Emerald Knights," supervising scripts for DCU Animated Movies and the demise (and hopes for a resurrection) of an animated "Judas Contract."
An excited crowd filled the WonderCon ballroom as the "GL: Emerald Knights" animated feature received its world premiere, and producer Bruce Timm revealed the next two titles in DC's lineup
Bruce Timm, Greg Weisman, and Alan Burnett, along with actor Thomas Jane and writer Joe Lansdale discussed DC's new compilation featuring the exclusive “Superman/Shazam! The Return of Black Adam.”
Two writers who know their way around the Batcave, Alan Burnett of "Batman: The Animated Series" and Greg Rucka of "Gotham Central," share their thoughts on “Batman: Gotham Knight.”
The Emmy-winning comic book cartoon veteran talks to CBR about his role in "Batman: Gotham Knight," why he chose Deadshot as a villain, and why he thinks his old "Super Friends" cartoons are "unwatchable."
Four-time Emmy Award-winning TV writer Alan Burnett confirmed for CBR News that his upcoming run on “The Flash” was a limited engagement, but he wasn’t so giving when speaking about Wally West’s possible end date.