The DC animated movies have been some of my favorite things that DC has put out over the last decade. I will complain, if you want to listen, that the quality in the past couple years has gone down. I am not sure what tipped the scale but I hope that the films can get back on track and continue to deliver great stories and animation to us fans. Nonetheless, Justice League vs The Fatal Five is a return to form, the form of the the classic JL animated tv show. Bringing back the look and the original voice actors is a great idea, I just hope the result is better than that Batman/Harley movie, ugh. This time around the Legion of Superheroes will join the battle as their most fearsome baddies wreck havoc.

Check out the sneak peek below and snag Justice League vs. The Fatal Five when it hits home release this spring.

THE NIGHT SITTER, from the creator of FINAL DESTINATION!

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