It was easily missed among the buzz from the new Batman trailer and Peacemaker hugging a bald eagle, but just before the main DC FanDome 2021 festivities kicked off, kids were treated to their very own DC FanDome fun!
Hosted by drummer extraordinaire Nandi Bushell along with Robin (Teen Titans) and Robin (Teen Titans GO!), there was something for everyone in the hourlong event. Not only were fans of all ages treated to trailers and big reveals, we also got the premiere of a brand-new Teen Titans GO! episode honoring Wonder Woman’s 80th Anniversary.
Did you miss the fun? No worries! Here are five of the biggest moments from DC Kids FanDome 2021.
Batwheels Roll Out
A new adventure awaits the youngest Bat-fans! Jacob Bertrand, the voice of Bam, kicked things off with a sneak peek at the upcoming show Batwheels. Bam, A.K.A. the Batmobile, takes center stage in the action-packed series alongside familiar vehicles like Batgirl’s motorcycle and the Batwing. Bam and the team will be chasing super-villains down colorful Gotham City highways in this one-of-a-kind series. Ethan Hawke plays Batman and A.J. Hudson voices Duke Thomas as Robin in the character’s first on-screen appearance.
The preschool animated series rolls onto Cartoon Network and HBO Max in 2022. Can’t wait that long? Clean up and customize your very own Batwheels vehicle now!
Calling all heroes—Batman needs you! The Bat-Computer is asking for your help investigating a crimewave in Gotham City. Join Batman’s new team of crime solvers, the Knightwatch, with the DC Batman: Bat-Tech Edition app to give the Dark Knight a hand. Play games and search for clues to help out the World’s Greatest Detective. Read digital comics and take superhero selfies. Most interesting of all, use augmented reality to explore the brand-new Bat-Tech Batcave. Who knows what you might find in Batman’s hideout?
DC Batman: Bat-Tech Edition is now available for free in the Apple Store and Google Play.
Joker and Harley Meet the DC Super Hero Girls
The DC Super Hero Girls have faced challenges big and small together, but nothing can prepare them for…the Joker! At DC Kids FanDome, we got our first look at the Clown Prince of Crime and Harley Quinn in the new season of the popular Cartoon Network series.
And don’t forget to catch up with the team’s amazing adventures in the graphic novels DC Super Hero Girls: Ghosting and the upcoming crossover Teen Titans GO!/DC Super Hero Girls: Exchange Students.
DC League of Super-Pets Flies Into Theaters in 2022
Ace the hound made a…big splash in an exclusive clip of DC League of Super-Pets. Krypto the Super-Dog, Ace and a rag-tag shelter pack of Super-Pets join forces in this animated theatrical release. With Dwayne Johnson as Krypto and Kevin Hart as Ace, there are sure to be a lot of surprises and laughs in store as the two unlikely partners protect Metropolis together.
Can’t wait to get your paws on a Super-Pets adventure? Pick up DC League of Super-Pets: The Adventures of Krypto and Ace on consoles and PC in the spring!
Look for a full trailer this November before the film flies into theaters in May 2022.
Catch a Teen Titans GO! and Doom Patrol Special Event
Booyah! Not only can you watch the first six seasons of Teen Titans GO! right now on HBO Max, the hilarious series is still GO!-ing—making it officially the longest-running DC animated series. (You read that right!)
In 2022, the Titans are teaming up with the DC Super Hero Girls in a brand-new crossover movie…and they cross paths with the Doom Patrol in a five-day event. Who will the Titans team up with next?
And that’s not all! Catch up on news from Aquaman: King of Atlantis, check out Hot Wheels Unleashed: Batman Expansion and get a sneak peek of Jeffery Brown’s new graphic novel Batman and Robin and Howard with this handy playlist.
Want even more news and trailers from the fantastic FanDome event? Then you’ll want to take a look at the DC FanDome 2021 roundup right here on DCComics.com!
What were your favorite parts of DC Kids FanDome? Let us know on social media using the #DCFanDome hashtag and in the DC Community!
Kelly Knox writes about all-ages comics and animation for DCComics.com and her writing can also be seen on IGN, Nerdist and more. Follow her on Twitter at @kelly_knox to talk superheroes, comics and pop culture.