Watch the first 7 minutes of Justice League Dark right now!

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Jan 24, 2017

Hurtling into the universe of digital download today (two weeks prior to its DVD and Blu-ray release on Feb. 7), Warner Bros. Animation's Justice League Dark has now been thrust into the harsh light of public opinion, and DC fans can decide whether the wait was worth it.  

In this extended preview and opening titles clip courtesy of PlayStation, paranormal hallucinations plague the good citizens of Washington D.C., Metropolis and Gotham City, causing them to commit unspeakable acts. Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman intervene to halt their bizarre actions, then call a meeting at the Hall of Justice to try to determine the cause of the global pattern of demonic madness.

Here's the official description:

When innocent civilians begin committing unthinkable crimes across Metropolis, Gotham City and beyond, Batman must call upon mystical counterparts to eradicate this demonic threat to the planet. Enter Justice League Dark, reluctantly led by the Hellblazer himself, John Constantine. Like Batman, Constantine is a cunning, often cynical loner who is the best at his chosen profession – but quickly realizes the sinister forces plaguing the planet will require help from other supernatural alliances. Forming a new 'league' with sorceress Zatanna, otherworldly Deadman, and Jason Blood and his powerful alter ego Etrigan the Demon, this team of Dark Arts specialists must unravel the mystery of Earth's supernatural plague and contend with the rising, powerful villainous forces behind the siege – before it's too late for all of mankind.

Directed by animation superstar Jay Oliva, this R-rated dive into the magical corner of the DC Universe features the voice talents of Matt Ryan (John Constantine), Jason O'Mara (Batman), Camilla Luddington (Zatanna) Nicholas Turturro (Deadman), Ray Chase (Etrigan the Demon), Jerry O'Connell (Superman), Rosario Dawson (Wonder Woman), Alfred Molina (Destiny), Roger Cross (Swamp Thing) and Colleen Villard (Black Orchid).

Check out this seven-minute preview of Justice League Dark and tell us if you're spellbound or not.

(Via CBM)