January 7th, 2020 | Updated on June 6th, 2020
If we talk about box office, then you have one word in mind and that is Marvel studios, but when it comes to animated movies then there is no one like DC animated movies.
Earlier they used to release video, but now DC animated movies have taken a huge jump. They have reached to theatres with Teen Titans Go! This is a huge jump, but of course there have been very few theatrical releases.
DC Animated movies have already established itself as the animation king. This is acclaimed because of the movie spin offs from the 90s to early 2000s. and this has led to an expansion of DC Universe Animated Original Movies.
DC Animated movies have got 20 movies in their kitty and there are many more lined up also. So, here we are ranking 20 top DC animated movies, in the order of recent to classics which are related to Bruce Timm’s DC Animated Universe.
1. Batman: Year One
Year One”, later referred to as “Batman: Year One”, is an American comic book story arc published by DC Comics which recounts the superhero Batman’s first year as a crime-fighter.
It was written by Frank Miller, illustrated by David Mazzucchelli, colored by Richmond Lewis, and lettered by Todd Klein.”Year One”, later referred to as “Batman: Year One”, is an American comic book story arc published by DC Comics which recounts the superhero Batman’s first year as a crime-fighter.
It was written by Frank Miller, illustrated by David Mazzucchelli, colored by Richmond Lewis, and lettered by Todd Klein.
Bruce Wayne, aged 25, returns home from training abroad in martial arts, manhunting, and science for nearly twelve years.
In Gotham, he bides his time, waiting for the right moment to strike, all the while preparing himself. Gordon, meanwhile, has moved to Gotham from Chicago with his pregnant wife, Barbara Kean-Gordon, and pursues a career in law enforcement.
His first time out patrolling reveals to him the disturbing nature of law enforcement in Gotham as a senior officer, Detective Flass, assaults an unsuspecting teenager for “staying out late”.
Gordon is disgusted with his partner’s behavior towards all the “offenders” Jim feels that he has to straighten things out.
With an extremely short running time, it manages to capture the essence of what made the comic book work so well.
The movie looks great, with a moody use of shadows and darkness and dreary, lowdown locations.Like the Nolan movies, Frank Miller’s story is concerned with how Batman would work in the real world.
Here the real world is more influenced by Taxi Driver and typical 1970s urban decay than the 1930s crime fiction noir that inspired the character originally.
It is a tougher and grittier Batman, and although one has gotten used to Batman being tough and gritty over the past few decades it often easy to forget the self-aware irony of the ‘Sixties TV show and the Day-Glo camp of the Joel Schumacher Batman movies (shudder).
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is a 1993 American animated superhero film featuring the DC Comics character Batman.
Directed by Eric Radomski and Bruce Timm, it is a cinematic stand-alone continuation of Batman: The Animated Series and the first original theatrical film produced by Warner Bros. Animation.
2. Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox is a direct-to-video animated film adaptation of the 2011 comic book crossover “Flashpoint” by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert. It is scripted by Jim Krieg and directed by Jay Oliva.
The film stars Justin Chambers as Barry Allen / Flash, C. Thomas Howell as Eobard Thawne / Professor Zoom, Michael B. Jordan as Victor Stone / Cyborg, and Kevin McKidd as Thomas Wayne / Batman. An alteration of the timeline for the superhero, The Flash.
The Flash must team with other heroes to restore the timeline while the Earth is ravaged by a war between Aquaman’s Atlantis and Wonder Woman’s Amazons.
This movie serves three amazing purposes, each executed to perfection; first, bring the DC animated movie series to an even darker, more violent, mature place and audience; second, give us a glimpse into the Flash’s personal back-story, top villains, and character development; and third, to showcase a period in DC comic book history that is crucial to further plot developments.
But really, it’s just a beautiful film and great opportunity to showcase some of the newest animation tactics, and to give the animators some freedom to be a little more ‘adult’ in their drawings.
3. Wonder Woman
Princess Diana of an all-female Amazonian race rescues US pilot Steve. Upon learning of a war, she ventures into the world of men to stop Ares, the god of war, from destroying mankind.
Wonder Woman is a fictional superheroine, appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.rincess Diana of Themyscira is an Amazonian warrior princess and one of the world’s first superheroes, known as Wonder Woman. She is the daughter of Queen Hippolyta and Zeus, king of the Olympians.
Born on Themyscira, Diana was raised in paradise, hearing tales of her the Amazons’ great task of defeating the God of War, Ares, and bringing peace to the world, ushering in a new era of peace to the world.
Upon coming of age, Diana began pursuing the life of a warrior, despite her mother’s rejections. Determined to serve, she ultimately enticed her aunt Antiope to train her in secret but was soon discovered by her mother, Queen Hippolyta.
Begrudgingly, the queen accepted Diana as a warrior and ordered Antiope to train her better than any other Amazon.
In the film’s climax, the bracelets (which over time in the comics developed into much more martial looking vambraces) seem to channel electric bolts that were either entirely deflected off her half-brother, Ares (David Thewlis), or inherited directly from her father, Zeus.
And it’s that familial connection (which wouldn’t be there if they had gone with the lump of clay approach) that gives Wonder Woman another advantage over worn-out superhero origin stories.
Wonder Woman gives comic book lovers the hopeful, blue and red-clad hero they may have been looking for.
4. Justice League: Doom
Justice League: Doom is a 2012 direct-to-video animated superhero film, loosely based on “JLA: Tower of Babel”, a 2000 comic book storyline by writer Mark Waid that ran in the DC Comics series JLA.
The film’s script was adapted by writer Dwayne McDuffie, and it is directed by Lauren Montgomery.The Justice League are a team of great power, but also of personal secrets they thought safe.
That changes when the immortal supervillain, Vandal Savage, has Batman’s Batcave secretly raided to learn them all and more. Soon, the Leaguers are individually beset by their enemies who attack them with inescapable death traps specifically designed with that information.
With that, all seems lost until an indomitable Knight and a young Titan combine to deliver salvation even as Savage uses the opportunity to implement a far grander scheme.
This lean animated feature includes some exciting, suspenseful action scenes, some complex themes, and even some humor; it’s all amazingly economical, given the 77-minute running time. A nice movie that goes into depth with some of the members of the justice league, with a great story, solid voice acting and decent dialogue.
5. All-Star Superman
This animated adventure finds the ultimate superhero Superman succumbing to the clutches of disturbed criminal mastermind Lex Luthor, who has constructed a plan to murder the Man of Steel with solar radiation.
Following his exposure to the deadly phenomenon, Superman is sure he only has weeks to live, and lays plans to make good on the many tasks that ahead of him before he expires — including telling the truth about his secret identity to Lois Lane, and defeating Lex once and for all.
But is the hero’s fate truly sealed, or can he appeal the fatal sentence and live to fight once more?
A sizable portion of the credit for the full-length animated film’s cerebral and visual ambition belongs to writer Grant Morrison and artist Frank Quitely, whose Eisner-winning All-Star Superman comic book miniseries blew critics and readers’ minds with an out-of-continuity recounting of Superman’s last days.
The film remains faithful to Morrison and Quitely’s comics without watering down their fringe science, astronomical action, earnest romance and envelope-pushing comedy.
All-Star Superman remains a loyal, loving cinematic distillation of one of the writer’s most memorable efforts, as well as the most thematically and emotionally ambitious Man of Steel film in existence.
6. Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths is the second animated film in the Justice League film series. It is based loosely on the 2000 Grant Morisson JLA: Earth 2 graphic novel.
The movie begins in a alternate universe where Lex Luthor and a heroic analogue to The Joker named The Jester are stealing a device from the Crime Syndicate headquarters, an evil version of the Justice League.
After securing the unknown device, Luthor and The Jester attempt to escape, but the Jester has to sacrifice himself to allow Luthor a chance to get away, killing J’edd J’arkus (the Martian Manhunter opposite) and Angelique (Hawkgirl’s counterpart).
Lex Luthor is then confronted by the remaining Syndicate members, only to escape to the Earth of the heroic Justice League.
Fair-minded and well-intented, but this DC adaptation is mediocre at best. Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths is a joy for the younger audience but a lack in awe for any comic-book-moviegoer, dampened by loose plots and no complexity.
A very good story and action makes this one of the best DC animated films yet, With a big voice cast and allot of superheroes it’s hard not to like it, The story was different and worked well, Maybe over told at times but still lots of fun to be had and kids will enjoy the amount of familiar faces they see.
7. Batman Beyond: Return Of The Joker
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (also known as Batman of the Future: Return of the Joker) is a 2000 American direct-to-video superhero mystery animated film featuring the comic book superhero Batman and his archenemy, the Joker.
The young protégé of one of the world’s greatest superheroes has his first encounter with an old nemesis in this direct-to-video feature adapted from the popular animated series Batman Beyond.
Terry McGinnis (Will Friedle) has taken over the crime-fighting responsibilities of Batman from aging Bruce Wayne (Kevin Conroy), but while Terry has learned a great deal from Wayne, he’s never heard the startling truth about Batman’s final encounter with his arch-enemy, The Joker (Mark Hamill).
However, when The Joker returns to Gotham City as vicious as ever, Wayne decides that it’s time that the new Batman learned all there is to know about the green-faced terror before he can bring the city to its knees — especially after Bruce is attacked by his one-time rival.
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker also features the voice talents of Melissa Joan Hart and Angie Harmon.
Upon its initial release, the movie sparked some controversy among Batman Beyond fans because of last-minute edits that toned down the violence level. However, it was eventually released on DVD in an uncut format.
This film pays true homage to the Batman animated series and explains many questions of what happened to the supporting characters and sidekicks of the original Batman animated series.The PG-13 rating…reflects the mortal intensity of this most chilling of animated Batman tales.
8. Justice League: The New Frontier
Justice League: The New Frontier is a 2008 animated superhero film adapted from the DC Comics limited series DC: The New Frontier. The film was written by Stan Berkowitz and the story and visual consultant was Darwyn Cooke.
Adapted from the six-issue comic book series originally published in 2004, the animated adventure Justice League: The New Frontier follows the epic adventures of Superman and his fellow DC Comics superheroes from the end of World War II to the global tensions of the Cold War.
In addition to detailing the ultimate fate of DC war comic squadron The Losers and showing how reluctant fighter pilot Hal Jordan made the stunning transformation into The Green Lantern, the film also follows Superman and Wonder Woman as they struggle with their involvement on the East Asia battle arena, finds the Martian Manhunter arriving on planet Earth, and showcases John Henry’s valiant struggle against the evil Ku Klux Klan.
The original comic New Frontier was a lavish, loving tribute to both the heroes of DC comics and the spirit of 1950s America, and this movie captured both almost as well.
Along with a quick moving story line, mature themes and strong character work, this is a movie with heart. It never pauses, and rarely misses a beat as it tells its story.
The person who said its a mockery, really should go back and read the comics of the period, this had the best art since Fleischer did Superman, and it all works.
Loved seeing Batman in his original costume, and Superman and Wonder Woman as adults. It was absolutely fantastic, wish for more work and good tidings in Future enterprises.
9. Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is a 1993 American animated superhero film featuring the DC Comics character Batman. Directed by Eric Radomski and Bruce Timm, it is a cinematic stand-alone continuation of Batman: The Animated Series and the first original theatrical film produced by Warner Bros.
Animation. Batman, the costumed crime-fighter who prowls the night skies in Gotham City, soon finds there’s another vigilante in town knocking off prominent mob figures.
Despite the scythe-like blade for a hand, a mechanical voice and the cloud of smoke that follows the figure wherever it goes, the police and outraged officials mistake the homicidal crusader for Batman himself and demand that the city’s longtime hero be brought to justice. Meanwhile, Andrea Beaumont returns to town.
She is the lost love of Bruce Wayne, the billionaire playboy who is Batman’s alter ego, and was an integral part of Wayne’s decision ten years earlier to don the cape and cowl.
Now, she is back in his life and is no less a disruption than the return of his old archenemy, The Joker, who has a stake in seeing the annihilation of this new vigilante, whoever it proves to be.
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm is a brilliant piece of animation that shows off the greatness of the Batman animated series. The story is dark and mature for the younger audience, and the voice acting of Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill is fantastic as usual.
While it may be short, it no doubt showed many people why Batman is the best superhero around. Superb comic book film that adds new wrinkles to the Batman origin while also making the case for being the best Batman film ever.
10. Batman: Under The Red Hood
Batman: Under the Red Hood released on July 27, 2010 is an American animated superhero adventure direct-to-video film produced by Warner Bros. Animation and released by Warner Home Video.
It is the eighth feature in the DC Universe Animated Original Movies series. Red Hood, a diabolical villain, who knows Batman’s every move takes Gotham City by firestorm As he begins cleaning it with the efficiency of Batman, the Joker resurfaces to taunt his old nemesis.
A diabolical villain who seems to know Batman’s every move sets out to clean up the streets of Gotham for good and destroy the caped crime-fighter in the process.
Every night, Batman protects the citizens of Gotham from the shadows. But lately another vigilante has been prowling the streets, and his merciless methods are more frightening than reassuring.
Now, as the Red Hood commences to exterminating the scum of the city with extreme prejudice, the Joker resurfaces to taunt his old nemesis by digging up some skeletons that were best left buried.
The storyline has been amazingly written (rewritten since it’s a comic book adaptation) with exceptional direction. Even as an animated movie it is on par with some of the best live-action productions.
The voice acting is exceptional as well. But what draws you in most is the ease and fluidity with which the story has been told. The flashbacks add a more emotional element otherwise not seen in most batman production.
The audience is able to look slightly more into the mind of batman. Though what makes this movie a true masterpiece is the dramatic finale. Only complaint is that some of the points in the plot are a bit obvious which tends to render some of the scenes moot.
11.’Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’
Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a 2019 animated superhero film, directed by Jake Castorena, written by Marly Halpern-Graser, and produced by Warner Bros.
Animation, DC Entertainment, and Nickelodeon. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles go to Gotham City and discover that the Foot Clan is working with the League of Assassins to reign terror over Gotham.
Batman then teams up with the Turtles while investigating to save Gotham from the newfound alliance.
Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a must-see for every comic genre and animation fan. It expertly uses slow motion to add sizzle to the awesome fight scenes. This installment ranks as one of the best.
12.’Batman: The Dark Knight Returns’ (Part 1 )
It is ten years after an aging Batman has retired, and Gotham City has sunk deeper into decadence and lawlessness. Now, when his city needs him most, the Dark Knight returns in a blaze of glory.
Joined by Carrie Kelly, a teenage female Robin, Batman takes to the streets to end the threat of the mutant gangs that have overrun the city.
And after facing off against his two greatest enemies, the Joker and Two-Face, for the final time, Batman finds himself in mortal combat with his former ally, Superman, in a battle that only one of them will survive.
A solidly entertaining adventure that’s tremendously respectful to its material. It’s a sharp, thrilling and action-packed first part to this two part comic adaptation. Excellent movie, brilliant story about a man in decadence, with awesome wisdom… Twist plot it’s impressive…
13. Superman: Doomsday
Superman: Doomsday is a 2007 American animated superhero film adapted from the DC Comics storyline “The Death of Superman”, which focuses on the death and return of the superhero Superman.
Released by Warner Bros.When LexCorps accidentally unleash a murderous creature, Doomsday, Superman meets his greatest challenge as a champion. Based on the “The Death of Superman” storyline that appeared in DC Comics’ publications in the 1990s.
This animated movie does more with the character than any live-action movie has. Characters are well-drawn, well-animated and there is brilliant interplay between them to draw things out and tell a good story.
The script is excellent, it just feels a little rushed at times, but that’s understandable given the short running times for animated movies. All the more reason why it would have been even better in live-action, but the budget required to do it justice might be too much.
14. Green Lantern: First Flight
When pilot Hal Jordan accepts a mysterious, powerful ring from a dying alien creature, it transforms him into a Green Lantern – one of an elite force of heroes.
These heroes patrol the universe to ensure peace and justice under the leadership of the Guardians of the Universe.
Unsure of their newest recruit, the Guardians assign Hal to their most-honored Green Lantern Sinestro for training, unaware that Sinestro wants to overthrow the Guardians and create a new order he’ll control.
It’s a battle of might and willpower as Hall must prove his worth by defeating Sinestro to save the Green Lantern Corps.
“Green Lantern First Flight” is an animated movie that shows the rise of Hal Jordan from a cocky test pilot to one of the greatest Green Lantern Corps members the galaxy has ever known.
A pleasant introduction to one of DC Comics most beloved heroes, an origin story well adapted and finely crafted in terms of its animation.
Witty and action-packed, this is actually the shorter version of the live-action adaptation that everyone hated but what they decided to skip in that version seemed to be what has worked here.
The animation is very good indeed, the colours are bold and atmospheric, the backgrounds are detailed and the character designs are modelled well. The music is both cool and haunting and the script is humorous in a wry sense as well as suspenseful.
The story, even though abridged, has some great twists and poignant drama and any tension is exactly what it promises.
The action scenes are violent but very well-choreographed and gripping. The characters are mostly compelling, the titular character is a strong charismatic hero.
15. Son Of Batman
Son of Batman is a direct-to-video animated superhero film which is a part of the DC Universe Animated Original Movies and of DC Animated Movie Universe.
It is an adaptation of Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert’s 2006 Batman and Son storyline.Ra’s AL Ghul is dead, slain by former League of Assassin Slade Wilson, aka Deathstroke. His victory is not without a cost, the price his right eye; taken by Ra’s own grandson Damien.
Fearing for her sons’ safety Talia AL Ghul decides now is the time for the boy to meet his father. Half a world away a trail of chemical plant heists finds the Batman catching the culprit in the very act.
The thief is Killer Croc, but Croc has changed mutated by some unseen hand. With the shocking appearance of the lovely but deadly Talia, Croc is quickly taken down.
Back at Gotham harbor Talia gives the Detective the news of Ra’s fate along with the surprise of introducing him to Damien, their son. Talia sets out to handle Slade while Damien falls under the guardianship of Batman.
The young man possess great fighting prowess but his cocky self confidence creates friction back at Wayne Manor. Batman’s investigation into Croc’s actions leads him to the home of Dr. Kirk Langstrom, creator of the Man-bat …
The movie’s content is quite adult at times, including hookers, drug detox, and less than kid-friendly language such as when Deathstroke refers to Batman as Talia’s “sperm donor”.
But it’s the sheer amount of bloodletting that’s stunning here. The well-executed fight scenes are often brutal, with Damian being subjected to grievous injuries at the hands of Deathstroke (not that Damian doesn’t get a few good hits in himself).
As mature as this content is, though, it gives the film a dramatic heft to nicely off-set its fair share of dry wit.
16. JLA Adventures: Trapped In Time
JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time is a direct-to-video animated film featuring the Justice League of America. It was first released on January 21, 2014 on DVD, and features Diedrich Bader, Travis Willingham and Kevin Michael Richardson, reprising their roles as Batman, Gorilla Grodd and Black Manta respectively.
The Legion of Doom are attempting to use space satellites to freeze the Earth’s oceans, creating more land mass at the coastal regions for which they own. The JLA quickly arrive and the two teams engage in a classic battle of wills.
This clash leads to Lex Luthor becoming trapped in a glacier of ice. In the 31st century Legion of Superheroes trainees; Dawnstar and Karate Kid are tasked with minding the Legion’s museum.
Their tour leads them to Lex Luthor’s memorial; his body still encased in a large chuck of ice discovered in the 29th century. Karate Kid Inadvertently frees Luthor who secretly explores the museum himself, and soon uncovers the shrine to his greatest nemesis Superman.
There he learns of the Kent’s involvement in Kal-El’s discovery. Luthor following the voices of Dawnstar and Karate Kid takes possession of an hourglass which holds the Time Trapper within. Whoever holds the hourglass controls this entity who is the master of time.
This movie is a huge nod to the Super Friends and it borrows the tone heavily, with painfully obvious, perhaps intentional, dramatic convenient situations that are to be expected, it shows intricate concepts like time traveling in a very simplistic manner, because it knows that even with a smooth talking convoluted explanation like most movies do in an attempt to gain a more serious tone these days, it’s still a topic that for most of us is beyond our grasp and therefore it doesn’t bother with it, since really, any explanation would do.
17. The Death Of Superman
The Death of Superman is a 2018 American animated direct-to-video superhero film produced by Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment.
When a monstrous beast named Doomsday crash lands on Earth and lays waste to everything and everyone in its path, the Justice League engage in their toughest battle yet.
With the rest of his team severely injured it’s up to the Man of Steel to take down the monster at all costs. Directed by Jake Castorena.
“The Death of Superman” is one of the most celebrated comic book stories of its era, and arguably the best known tale in the character’s history. Superman’s battle with Doomsday was a sales phenomenon when it hit in the 1990s.
But its lasting, legendary appeal comes not from the fact that Superman gets his indestructible ass handed to him (and sold a ton of comics in the process), but because of how it built on years of Superman comic book stories before it, lending Supes’ death and eventual (inevitable) resurrection plenty of weight.
A strong Superman story, a great adaption of an iconic comic, awesome DC cameos and and homages to the works of the past. A worthwhile entry into the DC Animated Film collection.
18. Teen Titans Go! Vs. Teen Titans
Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans is a direct-to-video animated superhero film, and a crossover between the television series Teen Titans Go! and Teen Titans, both of which are adapted from the DC Comics superhero team of the same name.
The film received generally positive reviews from critics.The comedic modern-day quintet takes on their 2003 counterparts when villains from each of their worlds join forces to pit the two Titan teams against each other.
They’ll need to set aside their differences and work together to combat Trigon, Hexagon, Santa Claus and time itself in order to save the universe.
n Teen Titans Go! vs Teen Titans, the comedic modern-day quintet takes on their 2003 counterparts when villains from each of their worlds join forces to pit the two Titan teams against each other.
With Raven struggling to battle with her inner demons, they’ll need to set aside their differences and work together to save their Ravens by combating Trigon, Hexagon, Santa Claus (that’s right, Santa!) and time itself in order to save the multiverse.
That one was a hilarious direct mockery of bigger products in the superhero industry than it, while this one is more like a fan service for the superhero fans of both generations.
That movie focused mostly on comedy with some heartfelt moments, while this one had a lot of comedy, but was actually mostly focused on intense fight scenes.
That makes perfect sense, as fully-comedic spoofs of the superhero genre is what Teen Titans Go! is all about, and fighting sequences is largely what the old Teen Titans was mostly about.
19. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract is a 2017 direct-to-video animated superhero film directed by Sam Liu from a screenplay by Ernie Altbacker based on The Judas Contract by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez. …
This film had its world premiere at WonderCon on March 31, 2017.”The Judas Contract” was a four-part storyline originally printed in issues #42-44 of Tales of the Teen Titans and concluded in the 1984 Tales of the Teen Titans Annual.
The story was written and edited by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez with artwork by Pérez, Romeo Tanghal, Dick Giordano, Mike DeCarlo and Adrienne Roy. Lettering was provided by Ben Oda, Bob La, John Costanza and Todd Klein.
All four issues were collected in the 1988 New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract trade paperback. Among readers, this storyline is often times cited as the pinnacle of Wolfman and Pérez’ run on the title.
This movie has everything a Teen Titans fan can hope for. The action scenes were awesome. The slight humour was well expected, at least from a Teen Titans movie, and it delivered.
The animation just flows, typical D.C. The story was okay, but not very good. Still worth a watch. All we need now is a live action Teen Titans movie.
“The Judas Contract” is significant for several reasons. Firstly, it reveals the secret origin of Deathstroke the Terminator, arguably the Titans’ most notorious adversary. It also brings to a close the Terminator’s extended contract with the H.I.V.E.
20. Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is a 2018 American animated superhero film produced by Warner Bros. Animation and distributed by Warner Bros.
Home Entertainment. The film is directed & produced by Sam Liu, with scripting by Alan Burnett (his last work before his retirement).
A special group of imprisoned villains is brought together by Amanda Waller. Task Force X is assigned the mission of retrieving a mystical object.
Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Bronze Tiger, Captain Boomerang, Killer Frost, and Copperhead risk their lives to find a powerful object.
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay is a good onscreen representation of these popular characters, and the mature approach feels true to the spirit of the comics.Classic storytelling, punchy characters, awesome direction, and whatnot.
DC in its best form. Amazing thriller, plot twists, reasonable storyline, everything is just fantastic. Highly enjoyed the movie. It’s a far superior film than its live-action counterpart that’s uncompromisingly violent and dark.
The tone is wholly fitting for a movie focusing on remorseless killers.