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More than 30 DC Comics movies will be included in anniversary set

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Make room for these 32 freakin’ discs

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The DC Universe Original Movies division of Warner Bros. Animation is turning ten, and to celebrate it is releasing a box set of every movie and short the group has ever made.

That means 30 films, including Batman: Under the Red Hood, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Justice League: War, and Batman: The Killing Joke — as well as five animated shorts, the upcoming Batman and Harley Quinn, and commemorative editions of Wonder Woman (2009) and Justice League: The New Frontier.

In addition to the press release, publicist Gary Miereanu tweeted this image from the set:

The first DC Universe Original Movie was Superman Doomsday, released on Sep. 21, 2007. Subsequent releases are generally also straight-to-home video releases — barring outliers that have gotten limited theatrical releases, like The Killing Joke — based closely on story arcs and events from recent and past DC Comics. They’re more translations of comic book events than adaptations of comic book characters like their live-action DC Cinematic Universe peers.

The DC Universe Original Movies: 10th Anniversary Collection will hit retailers on Nov. 7, 2017, but all the films in it will also be available “on Digital,” starting Aug. 15.

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