WATCH: The Flash Runs Into The First League in ‘Justice Society: World War II’ Clip

The Flash travels back to the second World War and meets the Justice Society of America!

After finally seeing Zack Snyder’s Justice League on HBO Go, fans are now rooting for more DC films. But as we await their upcoming live-action films, we can also look forward to the new animated film Justice Society: World War II.

A new clip was released for the film, and it features the Flash bumping into Wonder Woman at the midst of World War II, seemingly after his accidental time travel with the Speed Force. Watch the new clip below:

The film follows Barry Allen in his first encounter with the Speed Force. He plummets to the second World War where the Justice Society of America is in a war against the Nazis. Barry meets the members of the Justice Society and helps them take down the enemies.

Directed by Jeff Wamester, the film features the voices of Stana Katic, Matt Bomer, Armen Taylor, and Darin De Paul. It is set for release on digital and home entertainment this April 27.

Besides its rich roster of animated films, DC’s lineup of live-action films is also getting bigger with the new films that were confirmed during last year’s DC Fandome. This includes The Flash, The Suicide Squad, Aquaman 2, SHAZAM! Fury of the Gods, and The Batman which stars Robert Pattinson.


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Justice Society: World War II
Action | Animation | Fantasy

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