Warner Bros Debuts ‘Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part Three’ Trailer

The official trailer has dropped for Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part Three.

If you’ve seen the first two Crisis on Infinite Earths animated films, then you know that there have been a lot of deviations from the comic book source material. The trailer seems to promise even more. For example, it seems that the alternate universe shenanigans have mixed up the time stream, forcing our heroes to battle against various villains in history. So we get Green Arrow and Black Canary versus Velociraptors and Tyrannosaurus Rexes.

 

We also witness Terry McGinnis’ Batman giving Nazis some well-deserved. At some point, Scarecrow and Bane also team up with the Nazi army too. There are quick flashes of Batman getting fear-gassed and Bane getting a 1940’s makeover.

There’s also a point where Lex Luthor inevitably betrays bother the heroes to the Anti-Montior. Speaking of the main villain, he has a wildly different design from the one seen in the comics. I’m not sure why, as his original comic book look was no crazier than the Monitor’s or any of the other characters’. 

Kevin Conroy’s Final Performance

Perhaps the biggest thing is that we’re getting some fun alternate-earth versions of our favorite past TV shows! There’s a very fast cameo of Aya, the female AI from Green Lantern, and even a brief return of the Super Friends era Justice League. They’re presented in their vintage Alex Toth- designs and bright technicolor. Most importantly, near the end of the trailer, we get the faintest tease of the Batman: The Animated Series era Batman and Joker, as voiced by the legendary Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill.

For Bat fans, this is a special one. Since famous Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy’s pasing in 2022, fans have been bracing themselves for his final performance as the Dark Knight. Initially, that was believed to be in the recently released Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League video game, which seems to have left a bad taste in many fans’ mouths, due to their controversial use of Batman and the rest of the League. Fortunately, that was not the last time Conroy would voice Batman, as he gave his final performance in Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths Part Three.

The film will be released digitally on July 16th with physical releases following on July 23rd.

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