Warner Brothers Animation started producing adaptions of DC stories, starting with the “Death of Superman” storyline in Superman: Doomsday in September 2007. Currently, its 24th film Batman: Bad Blood (which I bought) came out February 2016. Last year, WB re-released six animated films in a special graphic novel edition. These books/films were really good deals, event at a retail price of $25. You get the physical discs of the film on Bluray and DVD, the comic book it is based on, and, of course, digital copies (for both film and comics). Even if you already own the Blurays when they were originally released (like I have), it was still a bargain.
Starting in March 2016, WB added three more titles to the lineup, indicating that this will be an ongoing trend. Some of the books I’m betting will make its way to the new format will be Justice League: The New Frontier (Darwyn Cooke), All-Star Superman (Grant Morrison/Frank Quietly), and Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (Michael Turner)... the latter mostly because I feel could benefit from the Batman v Superman film.
Since I own all the books, here is a quick review of them: