The DC Tomorrowverse is a new shared universe centered around the multiple heroes in DC Comics. This shared universe is officially the direct successor of the DC Animated Movie Universe, which ended in 2022 with Constantine: The House of Mystery. Below is a guide to the Tomorrowverse and how to watch them in order.

Superman: Man of Tomorrow

Promotional image of Superman: Man of Tomorrow featuring Superman facing Parasite.

The first entry in the Tomorrowverse sees The Last Son of Krypton, Clark Kent/Superman voiced by Darren Criss (Glee, The Flash) confronted by an alien bounty hunter named Lobo (Ryan Hurst, Sons of Anarchy). At the same time, a new threat in the form of Parasite (Brett Dalton, Agents of Shield) sets his eyes on Metropolis.

Superman: Man of Tomorrow is available to stream on Max.

DC Showcase: Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth!

Title card for Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth!

Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth! is a short animated film featuring Cameron Monaghan (Gotham, Star Wars Jedi Games) as Kamandi, a boy who, along with his friends, is captured by a gorilla cult dedicated to finding the reincarnation of their god, The Mighty One.

Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth! is only available to watch on the home media release of Justice Society: World War II.

Justice Society: World War II

Image from Justice Society: WW2 featuring Jay Garrick, Hawkman, Wonder Woman, Hourman, and Black Canary.

Justice Society: World War II features Barry Allen/The Flash voiced by Matt Bomer (White Collar, Superman: Unbound) accidentally traveling back in time and helping the Justice Society of America overcome the threat of the Nazi invasion and beating The Advisor, who is this world’s version of Psycho-Pirate.

Justice Society: World War II is available to stream on Max.

Batman: The Long Halloween

Promotional image of Batman: The Long Halloween featuring Batman, Joker, Two-Face, and Poison Ivy.

Batman: The Long Halloween is an adaptation of the classic graphic novel, the film, Batman (Jensen Ackles, Supernatural) teams up with Gotham City District Attorney Harvey Dent (Josh Duhamel, Transformers) and GCPD Captain Jim Gordon (Billy Burke, Twilight) to investigate a new serial killer known as “Holiday” who only kills on holidays.

Batman: The Long Halloween Part One and Part Two are available to stream on Max.

Adam Strange

Title card for DC Showcase Adam Strange

Adam Strange is a short animated film that tells the story of Adam Strange (Charlie Weber, How to Get Away with Murder) as he searches for his daughter during the war between his people, the Rannians, and the Thanagarians.

Adam Strange is only available to watch on the home media release of Justice League Dark: Apokolips War.

Green Lantern: Beware My Power

Title card featuring John Stewart, Hawkgirl, Green Arrow, and Sinestro.

Green Lantern: Beware My Power tells the story of Marine Veteran John Stewart (Aldis Hodge, Black Adam) being selected to become a member of the Green Lantern Corps. After joining the Corps, Stewarts joins forces with Green Arrow (Jimmi Simpson, Breakout Kings), Hawkgirl (Jamie Gray Hyder, Law & Order: SVU), and Adam Strange (Brian Bloom, The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes) to put an end to the Rann-Thanagar War.

Green Lantern: Beware My Power is available to stream on Max.

Legion of Super-Heroes

Title card of Legion of Super-Heroes

Superman (Darren Criss) sends his cousin Kara Zor-El/Supergirl (Meg Donnelly, The Winchesters) to the 31st century where she is recruited by the Legion of Super-Heroes and helps investigate a criminal organization known as The Dark Circle.

Legion of Super-Heroes is available to stream on Max.

Justice League: Warworld

Title card featuring Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman. DC Tomorrowverse

Kidnapped and transported to Warworld a brutal planet filled with unending gladiatorial combat, Batman (Jensen Ackles), Superman (Darren Criss) and Wonder Woman (Stana Katic) unite to form a resistance and lead the planet to freedom.

Justice League: Warworld releases worldwide on July 25th, 2023.

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