Following a funding deal with Warner Bros. earlier this year, Machinima has seen a boost in interest when it comes to its original online programming – and, judging by its recent NewFronts 2015 presentation, it’s about to get even better.

The online channel made its NewFronts debut this week, and came out swinging with the announcement of several original projects, including ones based in the popular DC Comics universe. In addition, other companies have also come on board, including Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Bunim/Murray Productions, and Blue Ribbon Content. Other big names joined the fray as well, including horror writer Clive Barker and producer Roberto Orci.

“Fandom and gaming engenders so much passion and engagement: it’s a cultural shift uniquely connecting with the most valuable millennials,” said Chad Gutstein, CEO of Machinima. “It’s this deep connection to our audience that has made Machinima the ninth largest video entertainment platform in the United States, and the second most watched programmer on YouTube. With our new slate, we are reminding our fans and our clients of one very important fact: Machinima is back!”

Considering how much online video has flourished over the past few years with the popularity of such channels as Netflix and the just-launched HBO Now, there’s no question that Machinima feels like it can play a big part in it – especially with original programming that’s set to be a huge draw for its core audience, as well as those outside it.

This line-up includes a trio of new DC Comics products, including a second season of Justice League: Gods and Monsters Chronicles, the original Hero Product series by Blue Ribbon Content, and #4Hero, an adaptation of the cult classic Dial H For Hero.

Other original shows will get their attention as well, including Barker’s Creepy Pasta, a show that focuses on a number of viral urban legends; a short-form series based on MGM’s cult favorite RoboCop, Bunim/Murray’s original animated series Happy Wheels; Jerome ASF’s The Baka Chronicles, which follows the popular Minecrafter through a series of virtual adventures; and High School 51, Orci’s sci-fi adventure that revolves around a special school.

These series should make their premieres over the next year, along with returning favorites like Chasing the Cup, Realm, Deck Wars, Sanity Not Included and others.

With its reach of over 170 million viewers per month, Machinima should have no trouble keeping up this audience. Now, if we could just get a Batman v Superman animated series to go along with the forthcoming film…