WB Animation's Supervising Producer Wants To Revisit FLASHPOINT

WB Animation's Supervising Producer Wants To Revisit FLASHPOINT

WB Animation Supervisor James Tucker took over for the legendary Bruce Timm back in 2012 with Superman Unbound and has continued steering the ship through 2017's Teen Titans: The Judas Contract.

James Tucker's time leading the DTV DC Animated Movies Universe over the last five years has seen 12 films released, including the recent Teen Titans: The Judas Contract.  In a recent interview, Tucker gave indication that he would be interested in returning to the world of one of his earliest projects, Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox. However, the focus wouldn't be on Barry Allen  and Reverse-Flash this time around.  

When asked about what particular projects or comic storylines he would like to tackle, Tucker stated, “Well we’re doing a few so I can’t say, but there was the thing we never got to do with Flashpoint was the Flashpoint Batman story. You know there was no time in the Flashpoint movie to tell that particular story. We did our little-abbreviated snippet to show you how Joker came about, but there’s a whole three comic book arc of that that was in the comics, and I always wanted to bring that to the screen.”  He would later add, "There’s so many like smaller known stories or good stories that didn’t have a big event behind them that would be great to adapt. I’d still love to do a solo Swamp Thing movie, and after Justice League Dark came out I’m like okay, I think we have a little more wind behind us doing that.

Would you be interested in seeing an animated adaptation of the Thomas Wayne Flashpoint Batman storyline? Or are you interested in seeing other characters besides Batman, such as Swamp Thing (which Tucker admitted he would like to adapt)?Let us know in the comment section below.  The next DTV release from WB Animation will be Batman and Harley Quinn, which sees Bruce Timm return and appears to be set within Timm's DC Animated Universe (based on the art style and costumes).  
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