New ‘Superman: Man Of Tomorrow’ Images Reveal Lobo And Martian Manhunter


A new set of images has given us our first look at Lobo and Martian Manhunter in the upcoming DC animated film, Superman: Man of Tomorrow.

Superman is, of course, no stranger to animated films. The early Superman animated film series from Paramount pictures arguably helped turn the character into the icon that he is today. More recently, the character has appeared in numerous DC animated films, which most recently included Justice League Dark: Apocalypse and Superman: Red Son. Now Warner Bros is already developing a new animated Superman film that will revolve around the iconic character’s early days.

Fellow aliens Lobo and Martian Manhunter had previously been confirmed to be appearing in the film. Now, thanks to a new set of images we have our first look at the film’s version of the characters, although it does not give us any idea as to what they will be doing in the film. You can see the full images of Lobo and Martian Manhunter in Superman: Man of Tomorrow below:

What do you all think of Superman: Man of Tomorrow? Are you looking forward to seeing Lobo and Martian Manhunter in it? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

Directed by Chris Palmer and written by Tim Sheridan, Superman: Man of Tomorrow will feature Darren Criss as Superman, Zachary Quinto as Lex Luthor, Alexandra Daddario’s Lois Lane, while Neil Flynn and Bellamy Young voice Jonathan and Martha Kent. Darren Criss’ Kryptonian isn’t the only hero in the animated adventure, as he’ll be joined by Martian Manhunter, voiced by Ike Amadi.

The upcoming DC animated film currently does not have a hard release date but will be released sometime in the summer of 2020. Stay tuned for all the latest news surrounding Superman: Man of Tomorrow and be sure to check out and subscribe to Heroic Hollywood’s YouTube channel for new video content.

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