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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple anime studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the DCAU who maintains a supervisor/producer role and returns to art duties for a few of them. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent blend of TimmStyle and {{Animesque}} from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.

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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple anime studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the DCAU who maintains a supervisor/producer role and returns to art duties for a few of them. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent blend of TimmStyle and {{Animesque}} mainly from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.
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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the DCAU who maintains a supervisor/producer role and returns to art duties for a few of them. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent blend of TimmStyle and {{Animesque}} from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.

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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple {{anime}} anime studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the DCAU who maintains a supervisor/producer role and returns to art duties for a few of them. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent blend of TimmStyle and {{Animesque}} from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.
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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the DCAU who maintains a supervisor/producer role and returns to art duties for a few projects. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent blend of TimmStyle and {{Animesque}} from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.

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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the DCAU who maintains a supervisor/producer role and returns to art duties for a few projects.of them. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent blend of TimmStyle and {{Animesque}} from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.
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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the DCAU who maintains a supervisor/producer role and returns to art duties for a few projects. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent art style, a blend of TimmStyle and {{Animesque}}, from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.

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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the DCAU who maintains a supervisor/producer role and returns to art duties for a few projects. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent art style, a blend of TimmStyle and {{Animesque}}, {{Animesque}} from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.
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Many of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies have the advantage of having [[AlternateContinuity independent continuities,]] allowing the creative team of each to experiment with new voice actors, art styles, and so forth. This approach has been criticized, particularly if a certain portrayal of a character is popular with viewers, only for it never to be seen again. Considering most of the films are based upon standalone graphic novels and miniseries like ''ComicBook/DCTheNewFrontier'' and ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' - which themselves often existed in independent continuities - this is perhaps unavoidable. However, starting with ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'', most of the films do take place after each other, adapting material from DC's ComicBook/New52 universe.[[note]]The end of the previous film ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox'' is supposed to be the reason why, like in [[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} its comics source]]. But ''Flashpoint Paradox'' barely hints at it, and the New 52-based films have their own different consistent artstyle.[[/note]]

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Many of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies have the advantage of having [[AlternateContinuity independent continuities,]] allowing the creative team of each to experiment with new voice actors, art styles, and so forth. This approach has been criticized, particularly if a certain portrayal of a character is popular with viewers, only for it never to be seen again. Considering most of the films are based upon standalone graphic novels and miniseries like ''ComicBook/DCTheNewFrontier'' and ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' - which themselves often existed in independent continuities - this is perhaps unavoidable. However, starting with ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'', most of the films do take place after each other, adapting material from DC's ComicBook/New52 universe.[[note]]The end of the previous film ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox'' is supposed to be the reason why, like in [[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} its comics source]]. But ''Flashpoint Paradox'' barely hints at it, and the New 52-based films have their own different consistent artstyle.character designs.[[/note]]



Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent art style from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.

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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'', was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse. DCAU who maintains a supervisor/producer role and returns to art duties for a few projects. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent art style style, a blend of TimmStyle and {{Animesque}}, from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.
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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm (''Batman: Gotham Knight'') was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent art style from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.

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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm (''Batman: AnthologyFilm, ''Batman: Gotham Knight'') Knight'', was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent art style from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.
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Several of these animated works more or less reflect the individual artists of their comic book sources, like Darwyn Cooke for ''The New Frontier'' and Creator/FrankMiller for ''The Dark Knight Returns'', and an AnthologyFilm (''Batman: Gotham Knight'') was even made by multiple {{anime}} studios for DC. Many other works show strong [[TimmStyle influence]] from Creator/BruceTimm, the main artist behind the Franchise/DCAnimatedUniverse. The New 52-based ones in particular have a consistent art style from artist Phil Bourassa, who also did the DC TV series ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice''.
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Many of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies have the advantage of having [[AlternateContinuity independent continuities,]] allowing the creative team of each to experiment with new voice actors, art styles, and so forth. This approach has been criticized, particularly if a certain portrayal of a character is popular with viewers, only for it never to be seen again. Considering most of the films are based upon standalone graphic novels and miniseries like ''ComicBook/DCTheNewFrontier'' and ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' - which themselves often existed in independent continuities - this is perhaps unavoidable. However, starting with ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'', most of the films do take place after each other, adapting material from DC's ComicBook/New52 universe.[[note]]The end of the previous film ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox'' is supposed to be the reason why, like in [[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint its comics source]]. But ''Flashpoint Paradox'' barely hints at it, and the New 52-based films have their own different consistent artstyle.[[/note]]

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Many of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies have the advantage of having [[AlternateContinuity independent continuities,]] allowing the creative team of each to experiment with new voice actors, art styles, and so forth. This approach has been criticized, particularly if a certain portrayal of a character is popular with viewers, only for it never to be seen again. Considering most of the films are based upon standalone graphic novels and miniseries like ''ComicBook/DCTheNewFrontier'' and ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' - which themselves often existed in independent continuities - this is perhaps unavoidable. However, starting with ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'', most of the films do take place after each other, adapting material from DC's ComicBook/New52 universe.[[note]]The end of the previous film ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox'' is supposed to be the reason why, like in [[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint [[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}} its comics source]]. But ''Flashpoint Paradox'' barely hints at it, and the New 52-based films have their own different consistent artstyle.[[/note]]
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Many of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies have the advantage of having [[AlternateContinuity independent continuities,]] allowing the creative team of each to experiment with new voice actors, art styles, and so forth. This approach has been criticized, particularly if a certain portrayal of a character is popular with viewers, only for it never to be seen again. Considering most of the films are based upon standalone graphic novels and miniseries like ''ComicBook/DCTheNewFrontier'' and ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' - which themselves often existed in independent continuities - this is perhaps unavoidable. However, starting with ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox'', most of the films do take place after each other.

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Many of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies have the advantage of having [[AlternateContinuity independent continuities,]] allowing the creative team of each to experiment with new voice actors, art styles, and so forth. This approach has been criticized, particularly if a certain portrayal of a character is popular with viewers, only for it never to be seen again. Considering most of the films are based upon standalone graphic novels and miniseries like ''ComicBook/DCTheNewFrontier'' and ''ComicBook/BatmanTheDarkKnightReturns'' - which themselves often existed in independent continuities - this is perhaps unavoidable. However, starting with ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox'', ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueWar'', most of the films do take place after each other.
other, adapting material from DC's ComicBook/New52 universe.[[note]]The end of the previous film ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueTheFlashpointParadox'' is supposed to be the reason why, like in [[ComicBook/{{Flashpoint its comics source]]. But ''Flashpoint Paradox'' barely hints at it, and the New 52-based films have their own different consistent artstyle.[[/note]]
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