New stills from Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham have been released, putting the spotlight on the Caped Crusader, Oliver Queen, Harvey Dent, and Talia al Ghul.
Based on Hellboy creator Mike Mignola and Richard Pace's 2000 Elseworlds story of the same name, the story is heavily inspired by H.P. Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos, with the title actually referencing his short story "The Doom That Came to Sarnath." While the likes of Superman and Wonder Woman won't appear, many grounded heroes and villains will.
The Doom That Came to Gotham is part of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment's "Tomorrowverse" continuity, with next year's Justice League: Warworld and a Legion of Super-Heroes also set to be part of that.
In The Doom That Came to Gotham, explorer Bruce Wayne accidentally unleashes an ancient evil, and returns to Gotham after being away for two decades. Batman battles Lovecraftian supernatural forces and encounters allies and enemies such as Green Arrow, Ra’s al Ghul, Mr. Freeze, Killer Croc, Two-Face, and James Gordon.
The first trailer for the latter was recently released, and you can watch it here.
In terms of the movie's cast, Jensen Ackles won't be reprising his role as Batman, with A Million Little Things star David Giuntoli instead tapped to lend his voice to the Dark Knight.
Elsewhere, we can look forward to hearing Tati Gabrielle as Kai Li Cain, Christopher Gorham as Oliver Queen, John DiMaggio as James Gordon, Patrick Fabian as Harvey Dent, Brian George as Alfred, and Jason Marsden as Dick Grayson and Young Bruce Wayne.
Supporting cast members include Karan Brar as Sanjay "Jay" Tawde, David Dastmalchian as Grendon, Navid Negahban as Ra's al Ghul, Emily O'Brien as Talia al Ghul and Martha Wayne, Tim Russ as Lucius Fox, Matthew Waterson as Jason Blood/Etrigan, Jeffrey Combs as Kirk Langstrom, William Salyers as Cobblepot, Gideon Adlon as Oracle, and Darin De Paul as Thomas Wayne.
Batman: The Doom That Came To Gotham doesn't have an official release date quite yet, but is expected to arrive next Spring.