It's known here and there that Warner Bros. Animation has had less than a totally smooth development process with its latest incarnation of Looney Tunes.
But WBA has had a happier time with its super heroes, the latest evidence being this:
Judd Winick on Adapting BATMAN: RED HOOD
... In 2005, Winick presented his Red Hood storyline in the Batman comics and it was met with tremendous sales alongside powerful waves of controversy. He has evolved that story into the script for the all-new DC Universe film, Batman: Under the Red Hood.
QUESTION: What was the greatest challenge in taking your graphic novel to script format?
JUDD WINICK: I had to take two years of story and boil it down to 75 minutes of film, and that’s a challenge and liberating at the same time. It forces one to cut out all the fat and get to the heart of it. It’s about making a movie. And for those who know anything about movies, it’s about putting one foot in front of the other, building from one scene to the next to the next and so on. There are no cul-de-sacs or crossovers – it’s all about getting the story to its essence. ...
Whenever I amble through WB Animation, I'm always impressed with the professionalism of the Super Hero division. They always seem to have things under control. When staffers come up to me and gripe about the problems with other WB franchises, somehow the Batman and Justice League and Superman tent-poles never get talked about in negative ways.
Could it be there's a reason? (Naaah.)