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DC Comics is one of the largest and oldest American comic book publishers. It produces material featuring numerous well-known superhero characters, including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, The Flash, Aquaman, and Green Arrow. Most of this material takes place in a shared fictional universe, which also features teams such as the Justice League, the Suicide Squad, and the Teen Titans and well-known villains such as the Joker, Lex Luthor, Harley Quinn, Darkseid, and Catwoman. The company has also published non-DC Universe-related material, including V for Vendetta, and many titles under their alternative imprint Vertigo.

Film adaptations based on DC Comics properties have included serials, live action and animated films, direct-to-video releases, television films, fan-made films, and documentary films.

Live-action films[edit]

Live-action feature films and shorts produced by DC Films are set within the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) unless otherwise noted.

Year Title Production studio(s) Notes
1951 Superman and the Mole Men Lippert Pictures Theatrically-released pilot for the 1950s Adventures of Superman television series
1954 Stamp Day for Superman Government produced 18-minute short film Government produced. In the public domain.
1966 Batman 20th Century Fox Related to the 1960s Batman television series
1978 Superman Dovemead Film Export A.G./International Film Productions Won 1 Special Oscar, nominated for 3 more
1980 Superman II
1982 Swamp Thing Embassy Pictures
1983 Superman III Cantharus Productions N.V./Dovemead Films
1984 Supergirl Artistry Ltd/Cantharus Productions/Pueblo Film Group
1987 Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Golan-Globus/Cannon Films.
1989 The Return of Swamp Thing Lightyear Entertainment
Batman Warner Bros./PolyGram Filmed Entertainment Won 1 Oscar
1992 Batman Returns Nominated for 2 Oscars
1995 Batman Forever Nominated for 3 Oscars
1997 Batman & Robin
Steel Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/QDe
2004 Catwoman Warner Bros./Village Roadshow Pictures/Di Novi Pictures/Frantic Films/Maple Shade Films Not directly based on the character of the same name
2005 Constantine Warner Bros./Village Roadshow Pictures/The Donners' Company/Batfilm Productions/3 Arts Entertainment Loosely based on the Hellblazer comic
Batman Begins Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/Legendary Pictures/Syncopy Inc./Patalex III Productions Reboot; nominated for an Oscar
2006 V for Vendetta Warner Bros./Virtual Studios/Silver Pictures/Anarchos Productions Based on the graphic novel by Alan Moore.
Superman Returns Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/Legendary Pictures/Bad Hat Harry Productions Alternate trilogy conclusion to Superman and Superman II, while ignoring the events of Superman III and IV; nominated for an Oscar.
Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut Warner Bros. Re-edited director's cut film, direct-to-video release
2008 The Dark Knight Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/Legendary Pictures/Syncopy Inc. Won 2 Oscars, nominated for 6 more
2009 Watchmen Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/Legendary Pictures/Lawrence Gordon Productions/Cruel and Unusual Films Based on the limited series by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons
2010 The Losers Warner Bros./Dark Castle Entertainment Based on the Vertigo title
Jonah Hex Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/Legendary Pictures/Weed Road Pictures Loosely based on the character of the same name
2011 Green Lantern Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/De Line Pictures
2012 The Dark Knight Rises Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/Legendary Pictures/Syncopy Inc.
2013 Man of Steel Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/Legendary Pictures/Cruel and Unusual Films/Syncopy Inc. Set in the DC Extended Universe
2016 Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/RatPac Entertainment/Cruel and Unusual Films/Atlas Entertainment
Suicide Squad Warner Bros./DC Entertainment/RatPac Entertainment/Atlas Entertainment Set in the DC Extended Universe. Won an Oscar.
2017 Wonder Woman Warner Bros./DC Films/RatPac Entertainment/Atlas Entertainment/Cruel and Unusual Films/Tencent Pictures/Wanda Media Set in the DC Extended Universe
Justice League Warner Bros./DC Films/RatPac Entertainment/Atlas Entertainment/Cruel and Unusual Films
Upcoming
2018 Aquaman Warner Bros./DC Films/RatPac Entertainment/The Safran Company Post-production[1][2]
2019 Shazam! Warner Bros./DC Films/RatPac Entertainment/New Line Cinema
The Kitchen Warner Bros./New Line Cinema/Michael De Luca Productions Filming,[3] based on the Vertigo title
Wonder Woman 2 Warner Bros./DC Films Pre-production[4]

Serial films[edit]

Year Title Production studio Notes Chapters
1941 Adventures of Captain Marvel Republic Pictures Published at that time by Fawcett Comics 12
1942 Spy Smasher 12
1943 Batman Columbia Pictures 15
1946 Hop Harrigan 15
1947 The Vigilante 15
1948 Superman 15
Congo Bill 15
1949 Batman and Robin 15
1950 Atom Man vs. Superman 15
1952 Blackhawk Published at that time by Quality Comics 15

From DC imprints[edit]

Year Title Production studio Notes
Paradox Press
2002 Road to Perdition DreamWorks/The Zanuck Company Based on the series by Max Allan Collins. Won 1 Oscar, nominated for 5 more.
2005 A History of Violence New Line Cinema/New Line Productions/BenderSpink/München & Company Based on the graphic novel by John Wagner and Vince Locke. Nominated for 2 Oscars.
WildStorm
2010 RED Summit Entertainment/DC Entertainment/Homage Entertainment/Di Bonaventura Pictures/Cheyenne Enterprises/DMG Entertainment Based on the miniseries by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner.
2013 RED 2 Summit Entertainment/Lionsgate Films/DC Entertainment/Di Bonaventura Pictures

Television films[edit]

Year Title Notes
1974 Wonder Woman Pilot episode for an unproduced TV series.
1975 The New Original Wonder Woman Pilot episode for 1970's Wonder Woman television series.
1997 Justice League of America Pilot episode for an unproduced TV series; never aired in the U.S.
2003 Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt Comedy film based on the Batman television series.

Episodes as films[edit]

Year Title Notes
1990 The Flash Episodes of the 1990's The Flash television series released as direct to video films.
1991 The Flash II: Revenge of the Trickster
The Flash III: Deadly Nightshade

Animated films[edit]

All the feature films are produced by Warner Bros. Animation and released direct-to-video, except as indicated.

Year Title Continuity Storyline based on Notes
1993 Batman: Mask of the Phantasm Set in the DC animated universe. Related to Batman: The Animated Series. Theatrical release.
1998 Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero
2000 Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker Set in the DC animated universe. Related to the Batman Beyond TV series.
2003 Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman Set in the DC animated universe. Related to The New Batman Adventures TV series.
2005 The Batman vs. Dracula Set in the universe of The Batman TV series. This series and film are unrelated to the DC animated universe. Released first on television.
2006 Superman: Brainiac Attacks Somewhat related to Superman: The Animated Series.
Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo Set in the universe of the Teen Titans TV series. Released first on television.
2007 Superman: Doomsday Stand-alone. Loosely based on The Death of Superman.
2008 Justice League: The New Frontier Stand-alone. DC: The New Frontier by Darwyn Cooke.
Batman: Gotham Knight Set between the events of Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, which are part of the universe of The Dark Knight trilogy of live-action films. Collection of six shorts.
2009 Wonder Woman Stand-alone. Loosely based on the Gods and Mortals by George Pérez.
Green Lantern: First Flight Stand-alone, unrelated to Green Lantern: Emerald Knights. Adaptation of the DC Comics Green Lantern mythology.
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies It has one sequel: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies storyline by Jeph Loeb.
2010 Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths It has one sequel: Justice League: Doom. Adapted from an unused film plot meant to bridge Justice League and Justice League Unlimited. Loosely based on JLA: Earth 2 series by Grant Morrison.
Batman: Under the Red Hood Stand-alone. Loosely based on the Batman: Under the Hood storyline by Judd Winick.
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse Sequel to Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. Superman/Batman: The Supergirl from Krypton storyline by Jeph Loeb.
2011 All-Star Superman Stand-alone. All-Star Superman series by Grant Morrison.
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights Stand-alone, unrelated to Green Lantern: First Flight. Collection of six shorts.
Batman: Year One Stand-alone. Based on the Batman: Year One storyline by Frank Miller and David Mazzucchelli.
2012 Justice League: Doom Sequel to Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths. Loosely based on the JLA: Tower of Babel storyline by Mark Waid.
Superman vs. The Elite Stand-alone. What's So Funny About Truth, Justice & the American Way? storyline by Joe Kelly.
The Dark Knight Returns – Part 1 Two parts of the same story. The Dark Knight Returns series by Frank Miller.
2013 The Dark Knight Returns – Part 2
Superman: Unbound Stand-alone. Superman: Brainiac storyline by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank.
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox Stand-alone. Flashpoint storyline by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert.
2014 JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time Stand-alone. All ages un-advertised release.
Justice League: War First film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. The New 52's Justice League: Origin story by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee.
Son of Batman Second film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Batman and Son storyline by Grant Morrison and Andy Kubert.
Batman: Assault on Arkham Set in the universe of the Batman: Arkham video game franchise.
2015 Justice League: Throne of Atlantis Third film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Throne of Atlantis, a The New 52's Aquaman crossover story by Geoff Johns.
Batman vs. Robin Fourth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Partially based on The New 52's Batman crossover story, Court of Owls by Scott Snyder.
Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts First film set in the universe of Batman Unlimited, a line of action figures.
Justice League: Gods and Monsters Set in the same universe as the companion microseries of shorts Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles. Based on an original plot by Alan Burnett.
Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem Second film set in the universe of Batman Unlimited, a line of action figures.
2016 Batman: Bad Blood Fifth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. Loosely based on the storylines Battle for the Cowl by Tony Daniel and Grant Morrison's Batman Incorporated.
DC Super Hero Girls: Super Hero High Set in the DC Super Hero Girls animated shorts universe. Released first on television.
Justice League vs. Teen Titans Sixth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe.
Batman: The Killing Joke Stand-alone. The one-shot graphic novel of the same name, by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland. Limited theatrical release in some countries.
DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year Set in the DC Super Hero Girls animated shorts universe.
Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants Third film set in the universe of Batman Unlimited, a line of action figures.
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders First animated film set in the universe of the 1960s Batman TV series. It has one sequel: Batman vs. Two-Face. Received limited theatrical release.
2017 Justice League Dark Seventh film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe.
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract Eighth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe. The Judas Contract story arc by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez.
DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games Set in the DC Super Hero Girls animated shorts universe.
Batman and Harley Quinn Set in the DC animated universe. Theatrical exhibition one night in the USA and the UK.
Batman vs. Two-Face Second animated film set in the universe of the 1960s Batman TV series. Sequel to Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders.
DC Super Heroes vs. Eagle Talon Crossover with the anime series Eagle Talon Produced by DLE. Theatrically released in Japan.[citation needed] [5][6] Not yet released in Western countries.
2018 Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold Crossover with Scooby-Doo. Related to Batman: The Brave and the Bold TV series.
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight Stand-alone. Gotham by Gaslight, a one-shot history by Brian Augustyn and Mike Mignola.
Suicide Squad: Hell to Pay Ninth film set in the DC Animated Movie Universe.
Batman Ninja Stand-alone. Anime.
Upcoming
2018 Teen Titans Go! To the Movies Set in the universe of the Teen Titans Go! TV series. Theatrical release.
DC Super Hero Girls: Legends of Atlantis[7] Set in the universe of DC Super Hero Girls series of animated shorts.
The Death of Superman Two films set in the same universe. The Death of Superman storyline.
2019 Reign of the Supermen

From DC imprints[edit]

Year Title Production studio Notes
WildStorm
2000 Gen¹³ Buena Vista Pictures/WildStorm Productions/Aegis Entertainment Never released in the United States and no longer owns rights.

Episodes as films[edit]

Television series episodes released as direct-to-video films.

Year Title Notes
1996 Superman: The Last Son of Krypton Each one, compilation of three episodes originally aired during first and second season of Superman: The Animated Series.
1997 The Batman Superman Movie: World's Finest
1999 Batman Beyond: The Movie Compilation of the first two episodes of Batman Beyond.
2001 Justice League: Secret Origins Each one, compilation of three episodes of the Justice League.
2004 Justice League: Starcrossed
2017 Vixen: The Movie Set in the Arrowverse. This film is a re-release of both seasons of Vixen with new content added.

Lego versions[edit]

All films are direct-to-video, except as indicated.

Year Title Production studio Notes
2013 Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Super Heroes Unite TT Animation Based on video game Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes.
2014 Lego DC Comics: Batman Be-Leaguered Warner Bros. Animation Television movie
2015 Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Attack of the Legion of Doom
2016 Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Cosmic Clash[8]
Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Gotham City Breakout
2017 The Lego Batman Movie Animal Logic Theatrical release; Spin-off of The Lego Movie.
Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Brain Drain Warner Bros. Animation
2018 Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: The Flash
Lego DC Super Hero Girls: Super-Villain High
Upcoming
2018 Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman: Rage of Atlantis Warner Bros. Animation

Short films[edit]

Theatrical[edit]

Year Title Production studio Collection Notes
1941 Superman (a.k.a. The Mad Scientist) Fleischer Studios Superman Nominated for 1 Oscar.[9] In public domain.
The Mechanical Monsters In public domain.
1942 Billion Dollar Limited
The Arctic Giant
The Bulleteers
The Magnetic Telescope
Electric Earthquake
Volcano
Terror on the Midway
Japoteurs Famous Studios
Showdown
Eleventh Hour
Destruction, Inc.
1943 The Mummy Strikes
Jungle Drums
The Underground World
Secret Agent

Direct to video[edit]

Year Title Production studio Collection Notes
2003 Chase Me Warner Bros. Animation None Silent film; part of the DC animated universe.
2008 Have I Got a Story for You Studio 4°C Batman: Gotham Knight
Crossfire Production I.G
Field Test Bee Train
In Darkness Dwells Madhouse
Working Through Pain Studio 4°C
Deadshot Madhouse
2009 Tales of the Black Freighter Warner Bros. Animation None Included in the Watchmen home video release
2010 Joker's Playhouse[10] A one-off special short, produced as part of Fisher-Price's Imaginext product line
The Spectre DC Showcase Included in Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
Jonah Hex Included in Batman: Under the Red Hood
Green Arrow Included in Superman/Batman: Apocalypse
Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam Original of DC Showcase Shorts Collection
2011 Catwoman Included in Batman: Year One
2015 Nightwing and Robin None Included in Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
Constantine: John Con Noir Cool Town Claymation Constantine Part of series' promotion

Reception[edit]

Box office[edit]

Title Distributor(s) Release date
(United States)
Budget
(millions)
Box office gross[11]
Opening weekend
(North America)
North America Worldwide
Superman Warner Bros. December 10, 1978 $55 $6,535,784 $134,218,018 $300,218,018
Superman II June 19, 1981 $54 $14,100,523 $108,185,706 $108,185,706
Swamp Thing Embassy Pictures February 19, 1982 $2.5 N/A N/A N/A
Superman III Warner Bros. June 17, 1983 $39 $13,352,357 $59,950,623 $59,950,623
Supergirl TriStar Pictures November 21, 1984 $35 $5,738,249 $14,296,438 $14,296,438
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace Warner Bros. July 24, 1987 $17 $5,683,122 $15,681,020 $15,681,020
The Return of Swamp Thing Millimeter Films May 12, 1989 N/A N/A $192,816 $192,816
Batman Warner Bros. June 23, 1989 $35 $40,489,746 $251,188,924 $411,348,924
Batman Returns June 19, 1992 $80 $45,687,711 $162,831,698 $266,822,354
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm December 25, 1993 $6 $1,189,975 $5,617,391 $5,617,391
Batman Forever June 16, 1995 $100 $52,784,433 $184,031,112 $336,529,144
Batman & Robin June 20, 1997 $125 $42,872,605 $107,325,195 $238,207,122
Steel August 15, 1997 $16 $870,068 $1,710,972 $1,710,972
Catwoman July 23, 2004 $100 $16,728,411 $40,202,379 $82,102,379
Constantine February 18, 2005 $100 $29,769,098 $75,976,178 $230,884,728
Batman Begins June 28, 2005 $150 $48,745,440 $206,852,432 $374,218,673
V for Vendetta March 17, 2006 $54 $25,642,340 $70,511,035 $132,511,035
Superman Returns June 20, 2006 $204 $52,535,096 $200,081,192 $391,081,192
The Dark Knight July 18, 2008 $185 $158,411,483 $534,858,444 $1,004,558,444
Watchmen March 6, 2009 $130 $55,214,334 $107,509,799 $185,258,983
The Losers April 23, 2010 $25 $9,406,348 $23,591,432 $29,379,723
Jonah Hex June 18, 2010 $47 $5,379,365 $10,547,117 $10,903,312
Green Lantern June 17, 2011 $200 $53,174,303 $116,601,172 $219,851,172
The Dark Knight Rises July 20, 2012 $230 $160,887,295 $448,139,099 $1,084,939,099
Man of Steel June 14, 2013 $225 $116,619,362 $291,045,518 $668,045,518
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice March 25, 2016 $250 $166,007,347 $330,360,194 $873,260,194
Batman: The Killing Joke July 26, 2016 $3.5 N/A $3,775,000 $3,775,000
Suicide Squad August 5, 2016 $175 $133,682,248 $325,100,054 $745,600,054
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders October 10, 2016 N/A N/A $57,343 $57,343
The Lego Batman Movie February 10, 2017 $80 $53,003,578 $175,750,384 $311,950,384
Wonder Woman June 2, 2017 $149 $103,251,471 $412,563,408 $821,847,012
Batman and Harley Quinn August 14, 2017 N/A N/A $39,091 $39,091
Justice League November 17, 2017 $300 $93,842,239 $229,024,295 $657,924,295
Total $3.169 billion $1,511,604,331 $4,647,815,479 $9,586,948,159

Critical and public reception[edit]

Film Rotten Tomatoes Metacritic CinemaScore
Batman: The Movie 80% (30 reviews)[12]
Superman 93% (61 reviews)[13] 86 (11 reviews)[14]
Superman II 87% (46 reviews)[15] 87 (12 reviews)[16]
Swamp Thing 65% (34 reviews)[17]
Superman III 26% (43 reviews)[18] 42 (9 reviews)[19]
Supergirl 7% (28 reviews)[20] 11 (5 reviews)[21]
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace 12% (42 reviews)[22] 22 (10 reviews)[23] C
The Return of Swamp Thing 33% (6 reviews)[24]
Batman 72% (68 reviews)[25] 69 (21 reviews)[26] A
Batman Returns 81% (72 reviews)[27] 68 (23 reviews)[28] B
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm 82% (28 reviews)[29]
Batman Forever 41% (59 reviews)[30] 51 (23 reviews)[31] A-
Batman & Robin 10% (86 reviews)[32] 28 (21 reviews)[33] C+
Steel 12% (26 reviews)[34]
Catwoman 9% (195 reviews)[35] 27 (35 reviews)[36] B
Constantine 46% (220 reviews)[37] 50 (41 reviews)[38] B
Batman Begins 84% (270 reviews)[39] 70 (41 reviews)[40] A
V for Vendetta 73% (241 reviews)[41] 62 (39 reviews)[42] B+
Superman Returns 76% (259 reviews)[43] 72 (40 reviews)[44] B+
The Dark Knight 94% (325 reviews)[45] 82 (39 reviews)[46] A
Watchmen 65% (300 reviews)[47] 56 (39 reviews)[48] B
The Losers 49% (163 reviews)[49] 44 (32 reviews)[50]
Jonah Hex 12% (146 reviews)[51] 33 (32 reviews)[52] C+
Green Lantern 26% (231 reviews)[53] 39 (39 reviews)[54] B
The Dark Knight Rises 87% (345 reviews)[55] 78 (45 reviews)[56] A
Man of Steel 55% (307 reviews)[57] 55 (47 reviews)[58] A-
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 27% (375 reviews)[59] 44 (51 reviews)[60] B
Batman: The Killing Joke 45% (33 reviews)[61]
Suicide Squad 26% (324 reviews)[62] 40 (53 reviews)[63] B+
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders 91% (11 reviews)[64]
The Lego Batman Movie 91% (270 reviews)[65] 75 (48 reviews)[66] A-
Wonder Woman 92% (373 reviews)[67] 76 (50 reviews)[68] A
Batman and Harley Quinn 56% (9 reviews)[69]
Justice League 40% (313 reviews)[70] 46 (50 reviews)[71] B+
Average 71% 63 B+
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From DC imprints[edit]

Title Distributor(s) Release date Rotten
Tomatoes
Metacritic CinemaScore Budget
(million)
Box Office
Road to Perdition DreamWorks July 12, 2002 81% 72 B+ $80 $181,001,478
A History of Violence New Line Cinema May 16, 2005 87% 81 C+ $32 $60,740,827
RED Summit Entertainment October 15, 2010 71% 60 A- $58 $199,006,387
RED 2 July 19, 2013 42% 47 B+ $84 $148,075,565

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