The DCMU, or the DC Multimedia Universe, is a media franchise and series of superhero films and television series, distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures and based on characters that appear in American comic books by DC Comics. The shared universe, much like the original DC Universe in comic books and the television programs, was established by crossing over common plot elements, settings, cast, and characters. The films are written and directed by a variety of individuals and feature large casts, many of which new to the Superhero industry, including: Robert Pattinson, David Corenswet, Jake Gyllenhaal, Vincent D'Onofrio, Jaimie Alexander and more. The first film in the DCMU was Son of Krypton (2021), followed by Batman: The Arkham Conspiracy (2021). The films take place a decade prior to official release, with the first film taking place in 2008. Since the first couple of movies, the lore has expanded into introducing many different characters never before seen in theaters, like the JSA and underrepresented Justice League members.
- 1 Development
- 2 Slate 1 Films and Series
- 3 Slate 2 Films and Series
- 4 Chronology
- 5 Films
- 6 Future Films
- 7 Television
- 8 Confirmed Characters
- 9 Canceled Projects
In 2018, Mark Waid was set to direct a live action reboot of the Superman Franchise, (previously Man of Steel (2013)), launching a new Cinematic Universe for DC to work in. Much of the Man of Steel cast had been recast completely, leaving only Harry Lennix reprising his role. Jason Momoa returns from the previous franchise, however as Lobo instead. The same year, Matt Reeves had been hired to direct a reboot of the Batman films, starting with The Arkham Conspiracy. Development came to fruition in 2021, with Son of Krypton slated for a June 11th, 2021 release, and The Arkham Conspiracy releasing on October 29, 2021. During 2020, the DCMU released the entire first "slate" of films they had planned, which included the already announced Superman and Batman films, "Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny", "The Trinity: Warworld", a film starring Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman, "The Flash: Rogue War", "Emerald Knights", a series focused on the Green Lantern Corps, and a "Justice League: Project AMAZO". After the release of The Trinity: Warworld, a 2nd slate was confirmed to be in development, with more information coming after the release of Project AMAZO. The 2nd slate, revealed after the release of The Flash: Rogue War, is highlighted by two new series (Titans Unlimited and Gotham Eternal), and sequels surrounding Wonder Woman, Flash and Superman, with two more seasons of Emerald Knights being greenlit. In addition, two series (Year One and World's Finest) will mark the franchise's first dive into animation. Lastly, an original Justice Society film and Justice League limited series is planned to release.
Slate 1 Films and Series
|Film||U.S. Release Date||Director(s)||Screenwriter(s)||Story By||Producer(s)|
|Son of Krypton||June 11, 2021||Mark Waid||WallyGoat7||Mark Waid|
|Batman: The Arkham Conspiracy||October 29, 2021||Matt Reeves||WallyGoat7||Matt Reeves|
|Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||February 11th, 2022||Patty Jenkins||WallyGoat7||Deborah Snyder|
|The Trinity: Warworld||August 19th, 2022||Zack Snyder||WallyGoat7||Zack and Deborah Snyder|
|The Flash: Rogue War||April 7th, 2023||Edgar Wright||WallyGoat7||Geoff Johns|
|Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||October 20th, 2023||Greg Berlanti||WallyGoat7||WallyGoat7|
|Project AMAZO||July 19th, 2024||George Miller||WallyGoat7||George Miller|
|Series||Season(s)||Episodes (Total)||First Released||Last Released||Network||Director(s)||Head Writer|
|Emerald Knights||1||9||September 15th, 2023||N/A||HBO Max||N/A||N/A|
Slate 2 Films and Series
|Film||U.S. Release Date||Director(s)||Screenwriter(s)||Story By||Producer(s)|
|Batman: The Joker War||November 22nd, 2024||Matt Reeves||WallyGoat7||Matt Reeves|
|Wonder Woman: Psycho||December 19th, 2024||Patty Jenkins||WallyGoat7||Patty Jenkins|
|Superman: President Luthor||June 20th, 2025||Aaron Sorkin||WallyGoat7||Warner Bros. Pictures|
|The Flash: Gorilla City||N/A||N/A||WallyGoat7||N/A|
|Series||Season(s)||Episodes (Total)||First Released||Last Released||Network||Director(s)||Head Writer||Format|
|Gotham Eternal||1-2||24||September 18th, 2024||N/A||HBO Max||N/A||N/A||Live Action|
|Titans Unlimited||1-2||20||September 20th, 2024||N/A||HBO Max||N/A||N/A||Live Action|
|Emerald Knights||2-4||27||November 19th, 2024||N/A||HBO Max||N/A||N/A||Live Action|
|Year One||1||8||December 28th, 2024||N/A||HBO Max||N/A||N/A||Animated|
|World's Finest||1||N/A||N/A||N/A||HBO Max||N/A||N/A||Animated|
|Justice League: Crisis||1||N/A||N/A||N/A||HBO Max||N/A||N/A||Limited|
|Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||June 1944|
|Justice Society||June 1945|
|Son of Krypton||June 2008|
|Batman: The Arkham Conspiracy||October 2008|
|The Flash: Rogue War||April 2009|
|The Trinity: Warworld||Early August 2009|
|Emerald Knights (Season 1)||Late August-September 2009|
|Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||September 2009|
|Project AMAZO||July 2010|
|Emerald Knights (Season 2)||October 2010|
|Titans Unlimited (Season 1)||February 2011|
|Gotham Eternal (Season 1)||February 2011|
|Emerald Knights (Season 3)||May 2011|
|Wonder Woman: Psycho||January 2012|
|Titans Unlimited (Season 2)||March 2012|
|Gotham Eternal (Season 2)||April 2012|
|World's Finest (Season 1)||Mid 2012|
|The Flash: Gorilla City||August 2012|
|Emerald Knights (Season 4)||October 2012|
|Superman: President Luthor||February 2013|
|Justice League: Crisis||April 2013|
NOTE: Year One Chronology depends on the episode, it's own chronology is on it's own page.
Son of Krypton (2021)
- Main article: Son of Krypton (2021 Film)
Kal-El of Krypton fights against an android powered by his only weakness, delivering a fresh take on the Superman mythos in his second year. The film introduces the live action debut of Martian Manhunter, and Supergirl's first return to the silver screen since 1984. The film was released on June 11th, 2021 in IMAX, 3D and 2D, and was made available for streaming on HBO Max after a month.
Development for the film first began in 2018, after the box office failure of Joss Whedon's Justice League. Mark Waid was approached by the studio to pitch his vision for the film, hired almost immediately to direct WallyGoat7's script. In March 2019, Richard Madden was attached to portray the Man of Steel, later being replaced for newcomer David Corenswet. Other cast members include Laura Fraser as Lois Lane, Dan Stevens as Metallo, Vincent D'Onofrio as Lex Luthor, Harry Lennix as the Martian Manhunter, Erin Moriarty as Supergirl/Kara Zor-El, Alec Baldwin as Johnathan Kent, and Gerard Butler as Jor-El. The film began a new cinematic universe for DC, the first of 8 announced films/series.
Batman: The Arkham Conspiracy
- Main article: Batman: The Arkham Conspiracy (2021 Film)
Early in their respective careers, Batman and Robin uncover a mystery that intertwines with the newly developed Arkham Asylum. They must solve the mystery while simultaneously dealing with a tech thief on the rise. After 24 years, Robin and Batgirl return to the big screen, along with the live action cinematic debut of Hugo Strange. The film was released on October 29th, 2021 in IMAX, 3D and 2D, along with being available to HBO Max subscribers a month after release.
Development for the film began in late 2018, originally landing Michael Fassbender to portray the Dark Knight. After concerns from the studio that Fassbender was too old to play a young Bruce Wayne, he was replaced by Robert Pattinson (who had originally been penned to play Batman in the since cancelled Matt Reeves film). Matt Reeves returned to direct and produce the film, given a second chance after his film The Batman fell through in mid development. Written by WallyGoat7, the film also features Nick Robinson as Robin/Dick Grayson, Sophie Turner as Batgirl/Barbara Gordon, Charles Dance as Alfred, JK Simmons as Commissioner Gordon, Ken Watanabe as Hugo Strange, and Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman/Selina Kyle.
The film is set only a couple of months after Son of Krypton, however only referencing the film in throwaway lines.
Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny
- Main article: Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny (2022 Film)
Dealing as an origin for Wonder Woman and an introduction for the Justice Society, Wonder Woman and Steve Trevor must invade a Nazi occupied territory controlled by Vandal Savage, in order to change the tide of the war.
After many different actresses had been tossed around for the role (including Elodie Yung, Irina Shayk, Alexandra Daddario, and a returning Gal Gadot) Jaimie Alexander was hired for the role of Wonder Woman near the start of 2018, signing a multi-film contract, with potential for a couple cameos in series too. Soon after the announcement of Wonder Woman's casting, Bruce Greenwood was cast as Jay Garrick, Colin Firth as Alan Scott, Sylvester Stallone as Ted Grant, Clive Owen as the Spectre, Blake Lively as Dinah Drake, and Jason Bateman as Charles McNider, along with Chace Crawford as Steve Trevor. Kurt Russell is also going to appear as Zeus, with Michael Fassbender appearing as his son Ares. In 2019, Timothy Odmundson signed on to portray Vandal Savage as the main antagonist, acting along side Peter Dinklage as Dr. Psycho/Edgar Klause.
The film signs on a lot of staff from it's predecessor, Wonder Woman (2017). Patty Jenkins returns to direct the film, with music being handled by Rupert Gregson-Williams. Charles Roven and Deborah Snyder sign on to produce the film for Warner Brothers, with WallyGoat7 writing the story and screenplay. The film was released on February 11th, 2022, while taking heavy inspiration from Wonder Woman (2017), Wonder Woman: Earth One, early JSA comics, and the animated Wonder Woman film (2009).
The Trinity: Warworld
- Main article: The Trinity: Warworld (2022 Film)
As Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman are transported to an alien planet ruled by the malevolent dictator Mongul. In their first team-up, the trio builds chemistry as they must work together to escape.
Robert Pattinson, David Corenswet and Jaimie Alexander are all signed on to reprise their roles for the film. Given the film's darker tone, director Zack Snyder will be directing the film, and Bruce Willis has signed on to appear as Mongul, the main antagonist. John David Washington and Ron Perlman will both make appearances in the film as John Stewart and Killowog respectively, setting up the cinematic universe further. In accordance to franchise continuity, Erin Moriarty, Laura Fraser, Nick Robinson and Sophie Turner will all be reprising their roles as Supergirl, Lois Lane, Robin and Batgirl respectively, with Courtney Eaton set to debut as Donna Troy, aka the Wonder Girl.
Development of the film is said to take place after Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny's outline has wrapped up. In 2020, the film's script was announced to have been "near completion", citing an August 19th, 2022 release date.
The Flash: Rogue War
- Main article: The Flash: Rogue War (2023 Film)
Having lost to the Flash alone before, Captain Cold, Heatwave and the Mirror Master recruit Captain Boomerang and newcomers Golden Glider and the Trickster to pull off one last heist in Central City. It's up to the Flash alone to try and stop the newly formed Rogue Gallery. Most of the Rogues make their live action cinematic debuts in this film, and so does Iris and Wally West.
Development on the story is said to take place as soon as The Arkham Conspiracy's script is finished. With director Edgar Wright attached, Lucas Till was hired to play the titular role of The Flash, aka Barry Allen. Other confirmed castings include Willa Holland as Iris West, Ty Simpkins as Wally West, Bruce Greenwood as Jay Garrick, Andrew Lincoln as Captain Cold, Luke Goss as Heatwave, Jamie Bell as the Mirror Master, Teresa Palmer as the Golden Glider, Evan Peters as the Trickster, along with Jai Courtney returning to reprise his role from Suicide Squad (2016) as Captain Boomerang. Interestingly enough, development on this film has gone the farthest (aside from Son of Krypton and The Arkham Conspiracy), despite being slated to release as the fifth movie in the franchise. WallyGoat7 cited this fact with an "increased interest" in the adventures of Barry Allen, with the outline of the script being finished before both the Spear of Destiny and the Trinity's had even started.
Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold
- Main article: Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold (2023 Film)
Announced in a surprise tweet after the 3rd episode of Emerald Knights, Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold will focus on the creation of the Justice League in the wake of Starro the Conqueror landing on Earth. The film will be three hours long, and will feature David Corenswet, Robert Pattinson, Jaimie Alexander, Chris Pine, Lucas Till, John David Washington, and Harry Lennix as their respective roles, while featuring Frank Welker as the villainous Starro. Picking up right were Episode 6 of Emerald Knights left off, the film will feature the newly created league defend the Earth for the first time.
Greg Berlanti was hired to direct the film, seeing as he had already shot the scenes needed during the last three Emerald Knights episodes. The film is in late development and was already written, we simply wait on the theatrical release.
- Main article: Project AMAZO (2024 Film)
After initial reports of the planned Justice League film being turned into a series, it was brought back to the big screen during Comic-Con 2022. The film was dubbed "Project Amazo", and will still build off the backdoor pilot from the final few episodes of Emerald Knights season one (which was also a theatrical release). David Corenswet, Robert Pattinson, Jaimie Alexander, Chris Pine and Lucas Till are all slated to reprise their roles for the film, with newcomers Charlie Hunman as the Green Arrow, Donald Glover as the Atom, Oscar Isaac as Hawkman and Tessa Thompson signing on to portray Hawkwoman. The main antagonist will be Amazo, an android created by Professor Ivo, replicating the powers of the Justice League.
Despite this film no longer being a series, there are still long-term plans to pursue a Justice League series. DC Films have confirmed 1 season or movie centered on the Justice League will release per scheduled slate. The film will see the return of Viola Davis as Amanda Waller, returning as the cold-hearted Government agent. The film will also feature Vincent D'Onofrio as Lex Luthor, and will see the US Government creating issues for the newly created Justice League. After Shazam (2019), Liam Hemsworth will be playing the role of Captain Marvel, with Jacob Tremblay as Billy Batson.
Batman: The Joker War
- Main article: Batman: The Joker War (2024 Film)
Announced after the release of the 3rd episode of Gotham Eternal, Batman: The Joker War will collect the three final episodes and release them theatrically as one movie. The film will focus on the destruction of Gotham by the Joker's hands, and how the Batfamily will either fall apart or come back stronger in an attempt to solve it. A three hour long film, it will feature Robert Pattinson as Batman, Nick Robinson as Nightwing, Sadie Turner, Dylan Minette, Zoe Kravitz, Charles Dance, Lakeith Stanfield, and Adrien Brody as the Joker.
The film will feature Nightwing in a theatrical setting for the first time, and will be directed by the series' director Matt Reeves. The film simply waits on theatrical release, having already been filmed and edited.
Wonder Woman: Psycho
- Main article: Wonder Woman: Psycho (2024 Film)
The first film confirmed at Comic-Con 2023 for the DCMU, Wonder Woman: Psycho will see Diana fighting crime with her protégé, Wonder Girl, in the modern age. The film will feature Peter Dinklage reprising his role as Dr. Psycho as the main antagonist, and will also feature Riley Keough's Giganta as a secondary antagonist, and Jessica Chastain's Cheetah pitted against Wonder Woman. Returning to the film are Yetide Badaki's Nubia, Michelle Pfeiffer's Hippolyta and Kurt Russell's Zeus. The film will be released at the end of 2024, pinned for a December 19th window. The film will revolve greatly around the dynamic between Wonder Woman and her sister Wonder Girl. The movie will introduce Black Lightning in live action for the first time in Cinema, and will also introduce Wonder Woman's arch nemesis Circe, with Michael Jai White and Eva Green playing them respectively.
Superman: President Luthor
- Main article: Superman: President Luthor (2025 Film)
A direct sequel to Son of Krypton, President Luthor was the 2nd announced film from the DCMU at Comic-Con 2023. The film will take place 5 years after the events of Son of Krypton, and Superman will have already been an established hero, and engaged to a pregnant Lois Lane. Reprising their roles are David Corenswet as Superman/Clark Kent, Erin Moriarty as Supergirl/Kara Jones, Laura Fraser as Lois Lane, Vincent D'Onofrio as Lex Luthor, and Harry Lennix as Martian Manhunter/J'onn J'onnz. Currently, Aaron Sorkin, Zack Snyder, and Mark Waid are all the names being thrown around to direct this movie. Superboy and Miss Martian are also set to debut in this film, with Lovie Simone being rumored to play Miss Martian, and Joshua Orpin set to return as Superboy. Also rumored to feature in the film is Robert Pattinson's Batman, who would encourage Superman to deal with Luthor.
The Flash: Gorilla City
The third film confirmed at Comic-Con 2023, The Flash: Gorilla City will take place three years after Rogue War, The Flash is now engaged to Iris West, making him the official uncle of his protégé, Kid Flash. Returning actors include Lucas Till as the Flash, Willa Holland as Iris West, Ty Simpkins as Kid Flash, Tyler Jackson William as Firestorm, and Bruce Greenwood as Jay Garrick. The main antagonist will be Gorilla Grodd, played by Mel Gibson, alongside Weather Wizard, a secondary antagonist who is currently uncasted. As of right now, Edgar Wright is likely to return and direct the sequel film. During a proposed wedding shower, Clark Kent, Hal Jordan, Oliver Queen, Ray Palmer, and Diana Prince are all rumored to make cameo appearances.
The final film confirmed at Comic-Con 2023, Justice Society will act as a spin-off film of Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny. Finished with the War, the Justice Society have to protect Earth from the mysterious Black Adam, a wizard on a revenge fueled collision course with the superhero community. Returning are Bruce Greenwood as Jay Garrick, Colin Firth as Alan Scott, Jaimie Alexander as Wonder Woman, Jason Bateman as Dr. Charles McNider (now Dr. Midnite), and Alexandar Skarsgard as Fel Andar. As a secondary antagonist, Dominic Cooper will return as T.O Morrow. New characters include Idris Elba as the Red Tornado, and an uncasted actor as Sandman. The film remains in very early development, as even the director of the film is unknown at this time.
- Main article: Emerald Knights
Before Son of Krypton had been released, a Green Lantern Corps series was greenlit for HBO's streaming service, HBO Max. The first season would deal with Hal Jordan's rookie year as a Green Lantern, already casting John David Washington to play the seasoned veteran John Stewart. Mark Strong has signed on to portray Thaal Sinestro, reprising his role from Green Lantern (2011), and Chris Pine has signed on for the main character Hal Jordan. The season is said to be comprised of 9 episodes, each at an hour. On June 3rd, 2020, the series title was changed to Emerald Knights, avoiding confusion with the cancelled Green Lantern Corps series originally planned at HBO Max.
The same day, Chris Pine was confirmed to play the main character Hal Jordan, with Ron Perlman being announced to play Kilowog. Later on, Doug Jones, Maya Hawke, Rory McCann and Taika Waititi were all tapped to play Tomar-Re, Arisia Rrab, Salaak, and Ch'p, respectively. Prior to the release of Season 1, Episode 3: Starro War, it was announced in a surprise tweet that the last three episodes of the series would release in theaters as Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold, coinciding with the episodes airing on TV the following Sunday. Confirmed to appear are: Chris Pine, John David Washington, David Corenswet, Robert Pattinson, Jaimie Alexander, Lucas Till, and Harry Lennix all reprising their respective roles, with Frank Welker portraying Starro.
Greenlit not long after the series had been announced, the second season deals with the fallout from Season 1's Justice League buildup and the manhunter revelation. We are said to find out more about the massacre in Sector 666, and the defunct robot Manhunters. Along with the Manhunters, Hector Hammond will be a big threat in the season. Laira is set to make her live action debut as a Green Lantern, as will Guy Gardner as a Green Lantern, played by Alan Ritchson. Also, Katma Tui will have an increased presence, helping the Lanterns uncover the Manhunter mystery. Development of the season begins after the end of Season 1, and will release near the end of 2024.
During Comic-Con 2023, two more seasons of Emerald Knights were announced and greenlit. Rumored for season three is the introduction of Guy Gardner, Captain Atom, and the Guardian created Manhunter robots as the antagonists. Later on, Emerald Knights season 2 was confirmed to have been delayed, now taking place in Slate 2 behind Gotham Eternal and Titans Unlimited. When asked for a reason for the change, WallyGoat7 cited a need to get new ideas up and running. "A Green Lantern story would have been told by the time we rolled season two out. We wanted to share what was going on in Gotham and Jump City before heading back to space with the corps." In order to coincide with Titans Unlimited and Gotham Eternal, the show will be moved to a Tuesday timeslot for season 2.
- Main article: Titans Unlimited
The first series announced at Comic-Con and the first project planned for Slate 2, Titans Unlimited will see Robin, Kid Flash, Red Arrow, Aqualad and Wonder Girl form the Teen Titans after the aftermath of Project AMAZO. Returning are Nick Robinson as Robin, Ty Simpkins as Kid Flash, and Courtney Eaton as Wonder Girl. New castings include Tye Sheridan as Roy Harper, Asa Butterfield as Aqualad, Eli Goree as Cyborg, Amandla Stenberg as Bumblebee, and Laura Harrier as Starfire. Robert Pattinson, Lucas Till, Charlie Hunman, Jaimie Alexander, Donald Glover and Jono Kenyon have all signed on to reprise their roles as Batman, the Flash, Green Arrow, Wonder Woman, the Atom and Aquaman, respectively.
Seasons are comprised of 10 episodes, each lasting an hour, each releasing weekly on HBO Max. On release, the series will run simultaneously with Gotham Eternal, taking the Wednesday timeslot as Gotham Eternal takes Fridays. As the series continues, the Teen Titans are confirmed to grow in size, somewhat like the new Teen Titans, hence the subtitle "Unlimited". On October 2nd, 2023, Robin was confirmed to eventually evolve into Nightwing during the first season.
Currently, the first season’s plot revolves around Deathstroke’s HIVE agency, and the second season remains unplanned.
- Main article: Gotham Eternal
Gotham Eternal will revolve around the growing Batfamily and corruption in Gotham City. Returning are Robert Pattinson as Batman, Nick Robinson as Robin, Sophie Turner as Batgirl, Charles Dance as Alfred, Zoe Kravitz as Catwoman, Adrien Brody as the Joker, and Dylan Minette as Jason Todd. New hires include Dacre Montgomery as Azrael, Jim Caviezel as Black Mask, and Al Pacino as Carmine Falcone.
The first season will deal with Joker’s emergence into the scene as a new terrorist criminal, and the second will be a portrayal of Batman: Knighfall, heavily featuring Bane. Seasons will be comprised of 12 episodes, each at an hour, releasing weekly on HBO Max simultaneously with Titans Unlimited. Where Titans Unlimited will take the Wednesday slot, Gotham Eternal will take Fridays. On October 2nd, 2023, Robin was confirmed to eventually evolve into Nightwing during the first season.
- Main article: Year One
The first animated series in the DCMU, Year One will focus on the origins of several superheroes in this continuity. Confirmed Superhero origins will be: Superman, Flash, Green Arrow, Supergirl, Martian Manhunter, John Stewart, Aquaman and Batman. After the release of Gotham Eternal, a second season was confirmed to be in development, with rumored origins around Robin and Wonder Girl. Eight episodes will premiere per season, with the first season set to release in the December of 2024.
- Main article: World's Finest
The second animated series in the DCMU, World's Finest will act as a showcase for underknown Justice Leaguers who aren't always given the spotlight. Confirmed leaguers are: Zatanna, Black Canary, Blue Beetle, Aquaman, and The Atom. More are confirmed to be on their way, and like Year One, only one season has ben greenlit with an unconfirmed amount of episodes. Characters will be based on Live-Action appearances, with the actors returning to voice act.
In October of 2023, fifteen episodes were confirmed, each at an hour. Zatanna, Black Canary, Blue Beetle, Aquaman, the Atom, Deadman, Plastic Man, Jonah Hex, Red Tornado, Captain Marvel, Doctor Fate, the Question, Booster Gold, Firestorm and Mister Miracle are all confirmed to be receiving episodes in the first season.
Justice League: Crisis
A limited Series focused on the Justice League, Justice League: Crisis will see the league attempt to repel the invasion of Darkseid and his Apokoliptan forces.
|Character||First Appearance||Joined During..||Position||Status|
|Superman||Son of Krypton||Emerald Knights (S1E7)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Ambassador||Alive|
|Batman||Batman: The Arkham Conspiracy||Emerald Knights (S1E7)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Lead Strategist/Team Lead||Alive|
|Wonder Woman||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||Emerald Knights (S1E7)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Chairwoman/Team Coordinator||Alive|
|The Flash (Barry Allen)||Batman: The Arkham Conspiracy||Emerald Knights (S1E7)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Founding Member||Alive|
|Green Lantern (Hal Jordan)||Emerald Knights (S1E1)||Emerald Knights (S1E7)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Founding Member||Alive|
|Green Lantern (John Stewart)||The Trinity: Warworld||Emerald Knights (S1E7)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Founding Member||Alive|
|Aquman||Emerald Knights (S1E7)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Emerald Knights (S1E7)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Founding Member||Alive|
|Martian Manhunter||Son of Krypton||Emerald Knights (S1E7)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Founding Member||Alive|
|The Atom||Emerald Knights (S1E9)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Emerald Knights (S1E9)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Member||Alive|
|Hawkwoman||Emerald Knights (S1E9)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Emerald Knights (S1E9)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Member||Alive|
|Green Arrow||Emerald Knights (S1E9)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Emerald Knights (S1E9)/Green Lantern: The Brave and the Bold||Member||Alive|
|Captain Marvel||Project AMAZO||Project AMAZO||Member||Alive|
|Character||First Appearance||Joined During..||Position||Status|
|Robin||Batman: The Arkham Conspiracy||Titans Unlimited (S1E1)||Team Lead||Alive|
|Kid Flash||The Flash: Rogue War||Titans Unlimited (S1E1)||Founding Member||Alive|
|Red Arrow||Project AMAZO (Afer Credits)||Titans Unlimited (S1E1)||Founding Member||Alive|
|Wonder Girl||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny (After Credits)||Titans Unlimited (S1E1)||Founding Member||Alive|
|Aqualad||Titans Unlimited (S1E1)||Titans Unlimited (S1E1)||Founding Member||Alive|
|Cyborg||Titans Unlimited (S1E3)||Titans Unlimited (S1E3)||Member||Alive|
|Starfire||Titans Unlimited (S1E3)||Titans Unlimited (S1E3)||Member||Alive|
|Bumblebee||Titans Unlimited (S1E7)||Titans Unlimited (S1E7)||Member||Alive|
|Character||First Appearance||Joined During..||Position||Status|
|Green Lantern (Alan Scott)||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||1938 (During Formation of Justice Society)||Team Lead||Alive|
|The Flash (Jay Garrick)||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||1938 (During Formation of Justice Society)||Co-Lead||Alive|
|Wildcat||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||1938 (During Formation of Justice Society)||Founding Member||Alive|
|Black Canary (Dinah Drake)||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||1938 (During Formation of Justice Society)||Founding Member||Unknown|
|The Spectre||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||World War II (September 1939)||Member||Alive|
|Wonder Woman||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||Member||Alive|
|Hawkman (Fel Andor)||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||Member||Deceased|
|Dr. Midnite||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny||Wonder Woman: The Spear of Destiny (After Credit)||Member||Alive|
|Sandman||The Flash: Rogue War||Unknown||Member||Unknown|
- Aquaman Triton's Fury: In 2019, Aquaman was set to receive a live action reboot. Jono Kenyon had been confirmed to portray the titular character in late 2021. However, studio president WallyGoat7 stated that this film was no longer in the cards for the DCMU, and denied to elaborate further. Regardless, an untitled series about Atlantis is rumored to remain in development, Jono Kenyon is signed on to portray Aquaman in Emerald Knights, and the studio is reportedly looking at Ryan Potter to portray the Garth version of Aqualad.