Warner Bros. has announced a Justice League trilogy. After World War II, the studio announced a sequel at the last San Diego Comic-Con. A sequel that would bear the title Crisis on Infinite Earths. This is the second recent adaptation of this comic book classic, following the adaptation that the DC Comics franchise released under the Arrowverse label three years ago.
But it won’t end there. It’s not over yet. According to the website of Mike Milo, the animation director of this Justice League animation project, The film is actually part of a trilogy under the Crisis on Infinite Earths umbrella. Mike Milo has uploaded a resume of all the projects he has worked on and will be involved in in the future. And on that list was the following entry: “Animation Director, Warner Bros., Cysys I’, ‘II, and ‘III.”. This indicates that three parts are in development for this new version of Crisis on Infinite Earths. The first part is planned for 2024.
What can we expect from this “Crisis” trilogy?
For the Uninitiated: The Comic by Crisis on Infinite Earths It was an extensive crossover that took place in the mid-1980s. It was designed to streamline all DC Comics continuity in its multiverse and give readers a clean slate. Of course, Warner Bros. Animation has a great history with the Justice League and the DC Universe.
The exact details of the film’s plot are unknown. Justice League Trilogy But given the current proliferation of multiverse content, it’s likely that these animated films from Warner Bros. will embrace all areas of DC animation. This means that all previous DC cartoons are valid. Things like Superman: The Animated Series, the short-lived Green Lantern series, or even Super Friends from the ’70s could all be involved.