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DC’s Planning a Ton of WonderCon Events for Batman’s 75th

DC’s Planning a Ton of WonderCon Events for Batman’s 75th

There’s a lot here, so let’s get started: If you’re thinking of hitting up WonderCon in Anaheim this weekend, DC has announced programming to commemorate Batman’s 75th anniversary (and all of the stuff they’re producing this year), including panels, premieres, and exclusives.

The big one is the debut of Batman and Son, the direct-to-DVD featuring giving the world its first animated Damian Wayne. The feature, from DC Animation, adapts Grant Morrison’s Detective Comics arc, which introduced Damian as well as weaponized ninja Man-bats.

That premieres Friday night at 6 PM, and throughout the weekend, DC’s planning to debut new episodes of Teen Titans GO! alongside panels with talent from their current animated output.

You can find the full lineup below:

Panels/Premieres:

A special screening of an all-new episode of Teen Titans GO! at 2 PM Friday, with a panel featuring the show’s producers and members of the voice cast.

The world premiere of Son of Batman at 6 PM Friday, followed by a panel including the voice of Batman, Jason O’Mara (Terra Nova, Life on Mars).

Son of Batman select voice cast (Friday, 3:30 PM) and Teen Titans Go! select voice cast (Friday, 1:30 PM) signings at the DCE booth (wristbands required).

Exclusives:

The debut issue of Batman: Eternal #1

The latest “Riddler” themed cover of Batman #29 in a location-specific hue of blue from artist Greg Capullo

The debut issue of The Sandman: Overture #1 featuring an exclusive 3-D motion cover only available at the Con

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