This past weekend, on Oct. 16, DC Comics held its second livestream convention, DC FanDome. Fans of all ages were welcome, and to celebrate the youngest members of the Justice League, the event offered DC Kids FanDome. This special experience gave young fans sneak peeks and exclusive first looks at upcoming animated shows, movies, video games and more.
Here are some upcoming projects that young superhero fans can get excited for:
- The new animated mini-series Aquaman: King of Atlantis will air on Thursday, Oct. 21, on HBO Max.
- The upcoming animated action-adventure comedy series for preschoolers, Batwheels, will debut next year on Cartoonite on HBO Max and Cartoon Network, featuring the most heroic and iconic vehicles from the DC universe. Fans can get in on the action now by customizing a unique Batwheels vehicle at the “Batwheels By You” Digital Experience.
- The upcoming film DC League of Super-Pets is set to hit the big screen in May of next year. Outright Games and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment are also releasing DC League of Super-Pets: The Adventures of Krypto and Ace, a video game in which players can suit up as super-dogs Krypto and Ace and soar through the streets of Metropolis.
- The Clown Prince of Crime’s episode of DC Super Hero Girls will premiere on Cartoon Network on Sunday, Oct. 24, at 8 a.m. ET/PT.
- The DC Batman: Bat-Tech Edition App is the first fully augmented reality experience in which players are transported to a subterranean Batcave and can experience Batman’s secret headquarters.
- The Teen Titans Go! and DC Super Hero Girls crossover movie is set to air on Cartoon Network next year.
- Seasons 1-6 of Teen Titans Go! are now available on HBO Max for the first time. The Teen Titans Go! a half-hour special featuring the Doom Patrol is coming later this year on Cartoon Network.
DC Kids Fandome attendees were treated to a new, never-before-seen episode of Teen Titans Go! in honor of Wonder Woman’s 80th Anniversary. In between action-packed announcements from the animated hosts, kids also got drawing lessons from comic artist Jeffrey Brown and occasional Multiverse Bios, which each gave a 30-second spotlight to some of the Multiverse’s under-appreciated characters, such as Supergirl and Static.