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Old 02-09-2018, 08:39 PM   #1
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Default DC animation/DC live-action

I've seen it suggested by some fans that WB/DC should give their current live-action CBMs a rest for a few years and just focus on animated movies. Thing is, when you look into the reasoning behind a lot of those comments it seems to come from the appeal/successful world-building of the original Bruce Timm and Paul Dini DCAU - which hasn't been 'a thing' now for over ten years (other than last year's poorly received Batman and Harley Quinn movie which may or may not be canon to the DCAU).

So looking at the more recent DC Universe Animated Original Movies...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_Uni...riginal_Movies

... do you think focusing on those is a viable, even advisable option for WB/DC? Should they let the dust settle for a while before relaunching the live-action CBMs? Or should they just push on and keep trying to course-correct their current live-action?

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