Is “Flashpoint” Coming Out as an Animated Movie? Did Batman Voice Actor Kevin Conroy Spill the Beans?

Everything we knew about DC Comics changed in a flash last September,  and now it looks like DC’s animated movies are about to face their very own Flashpoint with voice actor Kevin Conroy of Batman The Animated  Series, Batman: Arkham City (and… tons of other Batman voice  roles) fame letting it slip that he’s voicing the Dark Knight in an animated  adaptation of the mini-series that opened the door to DC’s New  52 relaunch.

Conroy revealed the project during an appearance on this week’s episode of Comic Book  Club, telling the audience

Just last night, I recorded a new animated movie that features the Flash,  it’s more about the Flash, but Batman is in it as well… It’s a Flash…  Flash… Flashpoint. Flashpoint? I think it’s Flashpoint.

Absent an official announcement from DC or Warner Bros., it’s unknown how  closely an animated Flashpoint would track to the comic version (and  its many tie-ins), or whether fans should expect a rebooted animated universe at  the end of the story, complete with animated features and series featuring  relaunched and redesigned characters from the New 52.

The next officially  announced DC animated movie is Superman  Vs. The Elite, based on Joe Kelly’s “What’s So Funny About Truth,  Justice and the American Way?” story from Action Comics #775.

Watch the video below, with Conroy’s announcement coming around the 5:20  mark:

[Via MTV]

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Read More:  http://www.comicsalliance.com/2012/04/25/flashpoint-animated-feature-dc-kevin-conroy/#ixzz1t5pGfZcW

 

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