How To Watch The 11 Justice League Animated Movies In Chronological Order

The DC Extended Universe is struggling but the animated universe is soaring to new heights. For many fans, the DC animated universe was how they fell in love with superheroes. But there are so many of them that it will make your head spin. Which order should you watch them in? How to watch the 11 Justice League Animated movies in chronological order?? We have you covered.

Justice League: The New Frontier

Arguably one of the best Justice League animated productions till date, Justice League: the New Frontier shows how a group of Superheroes came together in the 1950’s to save the Earth from a hostile alien threat all the while being at loggerheads with the Government forces.

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies

What if your greatest enemy became the President of the United States? That is what happens in the movie when Lex Luthor becomes the POTUS. He then uses the mass hysteria created by an oncoming Kryptonite asteroid hitting Earth to frame Superman and Batman as enemies of the state.

Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths

The DC Multi-verse is home to a lot of weird, parallel Earths. One such Earth is Earth 3, where the Justice League’s Counterpart – the Crime Syndicate of America, rules the world with an Iron Fist. A Good version of Lex Luthor then travels to Mainstream Earth to secure the support of the Justice League in defeating them once and for all.

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

The very first movie to feature Darkseid as the primary antagonist, the movie follows a mysterious teenage Kryptonian Girl coming to Earth and then being captured by Darkseid’s forces to only be turned into one of his evil henchwomen.

Justice League: Doom

This is the animated adaptation of the critically acclaimed comic book series, Tower of Babel. Vandal Savage gets his hands on confidential files in Batman’s computer that contains contingency plans on how to defeat each Justice League member. This movie shows us exactly why Batman, despite being just a man in a costume, has the audacity to stand amongst Gods as equals.

Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox

Widely considered the best Justice League animated movie, the movie follows the Flash running back in time to save his own mother from being killed. This in turn, gravely affects the future timeline. Bruce Wayne is Dead; Clark Kent ever became a superhero and Themiscira and Atlantis are at war with each other, led by Wonder Woman and Aquaman respectively.

Justice League: War

Darkseid comes to Earth in this one. The Justice league unites to stop the God of Evil from taking over the planet and using it as one of his many staging grounds for his universal invasion. This movie’s version of the Justice league has no Martian Manhunter. Instead, we have Shazam filling in the role.

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis

When Atlantis gets into a political power struggle, the ones that are liable to pay dearly are the surface dwellers. Arthur Curry, a lowly sailor, is sucked into all this when he finds out he is actually half Atlantean and the future King of Atlantis. The Justice League soon come into the picture.

Justice League: Gods and Monsters

What if, in a parallel universe, it wasn’t Clark Kent who became Superman but the son of Zod? What if Wonder Woman was actually a New God from New Genesis? What if Batman was an actual Vampire? This is the basis for Justice League: Gods and Monsters.

Justice league vs. Teen Titans

When Raven starts to lose control of her powers, it is revealed that her body will be the portal through which Trigon, the Lord of Hell, will enter the realm of Earth and conquer it. The Justice League scrambles to isolate Raven to a safe place while the Teen Titans try to stop the Justice League from taking their friend away.

Justice League: Dark

Justice League Animated movies

Justice League: Dark is a rather oddball in the Justice League movies. This movie deals with supernatural rather than extraterrestrial threats. Batman employs the help of Constantine, Zatanna, Black Orchid, Dead Man and Swamp Thing to address some truly bizarre and borderline supernatural phenomena happening around several cities. Batman’s cynicism when it comes to Magic even though he sees it first hand is the highlight of the movie.

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