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DC Showcase: Green Arrow

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DC Showcase: Green Arrow

DC Showcase: Green Arrow
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Directed by Joaquim Dos Santos
Produced by Bobbie Page
Alan Burnett
Joaquim Dos Santos
Sam Register
Bruce Timm
Written by Greg Weisman
Starring Neal McDonough
Malcolm McDowell
Music by Benjamin Wynn
Jeremy Zuckerman
Studio Warner Bros. Animation
Warner Premiere
DC Comics
Distributed by Warner Home Video
Release date(s)
Running time 12 minutes
Language English

DC Showcase: Green Arrow is a 2010 short animated film, directed by Joaquim Dos Santos and written by Greg Weisman, featuring Neal McDonough as Green Arrow, who must protect a young princess at an airport. The film, which was released on September 28, 2010 (2010-09-28) as a bonus feature on the Superman/Batman: Apocalypse DVD, was the third of the DC Showcase series and was included on the compilation DVD DC Showcase Original Shorts Collection in an extended version.[1]


Count Vertigo hires Merlyn to assassinate Princess Perdita, Vertigo's niece. Princess Perdita is now the queen of Vlatava due to the king, Perdita's father, being assassinated by Vertigo. While Princess Perdita is at an airport in America, Merlyn attacks her. Green Arrow is also at the airport waiting on the arrival of his girlfriend. Green Arrow discovers Vertigo's plan and is forced to intervene. Green Arrow dispatches several henchmen of Merlyn while keeping Princess Perdita safe before having to duel Merlyn himself. After Merlyn is defeated, Vertigo steps in and attempts to kill both the hero and Perdita, only to be defeated when Black Canary (revealed to be the arriving girlfriend) knocks Vertigo unconscious with her "Canary Cry". After the battle with Vertigo, Green Arrow proposes marriage to Black Canary with Princess Perdita's eager support. Black Canary accepts Green Arrow's proposal.



  • Jamie Thomason - Casting and Voice Director


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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