13 August 2012 7:06 PM, PDT | Beyond Hollywood | See recent Beyond Hollywood news »

For years, Warner Bros., in partnership with D.C. Comics, had been releasing quite a bit of direct-to-dvd titles under their Warner Premiere label. Most of the titles were sequels for moderately successful films, like “Ace Ventura”, “Dukes of Hazzard”, “Lost Boys”, and “House on Haunted Hill”. Basically, films that you probably never saw, or didn’t want to see in the first place. Unless, of course, you were one of the few people waiting with bated breath for “Ace Ventura Jr: Pet Detective”. But more important to comic book fans is the fact that Warner Premiere is also the label that Warner and D.C. uses to release their original animated titles based on D.C.’s superhero properties like Superman and Batman. The two superheroes have combined for quite a large number of titles over the years, with Batman’s two-parter “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” set for later this year. »

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