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Examples of "dcau"
The DC animated universe (DCAU) has depicted the Multiverse many times. Several characters from the main DCAU have visited parallel universes that were similar to the DCAU.
Batman wears various Batsuits throughout the DC animated universe (DCAU):
The team was composed of the DCAU versions of the original Golden Age Seven Soldiers, including:
The last script written for DCAU continuity was titled "Justice League: Worlds Collide". This screenplay was created to bridge the several month gap between "Justice League" and "Justice League Unlimited". The draft was eventually adapted into the February 2010 film "", with the removal of any references specific to DCAU continuity, replacing Green Lantern John Stewart with Hal Jordan, and the casting of different voice actors than those of the DCAU.
The following animated feature films also are part of the DCAU continuity:
Confirmed members of this "Secret Society" (the DCAU take on the Legion) are as follows:
Though the DCAU is an offshoot of the mainstream DC comics universe, it has also affected the DC universe in return. The following characters were originally created for their respective series in the DCAU, but were eventually adapted via retroactive continuity into the mainstream DC comic continuity:
There have also been a number of DCAU tie-in video games released to correspond with the various animated television series and films. Some of these games have original plots, while others follow previous stories; their status in DCAU canon is unknown. The games are:
Bronze Tiger appears alongside Black Spider, Deadshot, Firefly, and a few other supervillains as part of Black Mask's gang in the DCAU "The Batman Adventures".
The second Batman in the DCAU/Earth-12 universe and the fourth Batman in a possible future of mainstream continuity (prior to Flashpoint).
Many of the DCAU productions have also had comic books created based on the characters of the various series, though their canonicity is disputable. The comics are:
Cort voiced Toyman, a Superman villain, over the course of various DCAU series including "", "Static Shock", and "Justice League Unlimited", as well as the character Josiah Wormwood in an episode of the earlier DCAU production "". He had a cameo appearance as himself in the "Arrested Development" episode "Fakin' It", hosting a daytime court show called "Bud Cort", a competitor to a similar daytime court show in the series called "Mock Trial with J. Reinhold".
Older shows such as "Super Friends" and newer shows such as "The Batman", "Legion of Super Heroes", "", and "Young Justice" are not part of this continuity. The direct-to-video DC Universe Animated Original Movies, such as "", "" and "", are also not considered part of the DCAU, despite utilizing similar character designs and several of them featuring much of the same voice cast as previous DCAU series.
Hawkman, who appears later in the DCAU, also carries an axe and a net made out of Nth metal. He uses the net to capture Gentleman Ghost, claiming that the properties of Nth metal interfere with dimensional shifting.
With the conclusion of the "Justice League Unlimited" animated series, Warner Bros has moved on to adapting new versions of the various DC comics properties rather than reviving the DCAU counterparts.
"Justice League" was the first chance to add Wonder Woman (voiced by Susan Eisenberg) to the DCAU, as the rights had been previously tied up in possible movies and television series.
In 2010, Terry appeared alongside Superman in the oversized issue "Superman/Batman Annual 2010", where it picks up after their first meeting together taking place in the DCAU, and also jibing with the DCU.
Batman: Arkham is a series of action-adventure video games based on the DC Comics character Batman, developed by Rocksteady Studios and WB Games Montréal, and published by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. The first two Rocksteady games were written by veteran Batman writer Paul Dini and featured voice actors Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill reprising their roles as Batman and the Joker, respectively, from the DC Animated Universe (DCAU). Other actors in the series to reprise their roles from the DCAU include Arleen Sorkin as Harley Quinn (in ""), as well as C.C.H. Pounder as Amanda Waller and Robert Costanzo as Harvey Bullock (both in "").
Vixen appears in a flashback in an issue of "Justice League Beyond", which is set in the DCAU. It is revealed that on the night John planned to propose to her, Mari was killed after being impaled through the stomach by Shadow Thief. In retaliation, John then kills Shadow Thief, resulting in John's expulsion from the Green Lantern Corps and his marriage to Hawkgirl.
Burton has portrayed Brainiac in the DC animated universe. He appeared as Brainiac in eight episodes of "", two episodes of "Justice League", two episodes of "Static Shock", and five episodes of "Justice League Unlimited". Although not set within the DCAU, he also voiced Brainiac in three episodes of "Legion of Super Heroes" and reprised his role in the online game "DC Universe Online".