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12-09-2011, 11:43 AM
So yeah, both Marvel & DC doesn't just use their characters for live action movies (obviously) they also, since they are comic book companies like to use their characters in animated form, so I guess I have made this thread to discuss both Marvel & DC movies, idk if Marvel is working on something right at this moment, but DC is working on a couple of things:
Superman Versus The Elite will be released in 2012 and is probably based on "What's So Funny About Truth, Justice & the American Way?"
The Dark Knight Returns a two part animated movie based on Frank Miller's comic of same name.
and in early 2012 Justice League: Doom to be loosely based on "JLA: Tower of Babel" enjoy the trailer:
12-09-2011, 02:34 PM
hello. i was wondering about a sequel to all star superman. in the first part, he apparently dies. i heard there was a sequel to this. do you know anything about this? please let me know. thanks:)
12-09-2011, 03:05 PM
Te movie All Star Superman is based on the comic book All Star Superman, and well, the comic book ends pretty much in the same way as the movie, so I would not expect sequel as they've pretty much handled all that there is to handle about that story :)
Have you seen Batman: Under the Red Hood? Super Awesome and gritty definitely for adults...
do you know of any good animated Blade movies?
also have you seen the Marvel Anime on G4? I wasn't too impressed... what do you think?
12-10-2011, 07:58 AM
I prefer the DC animated movies. Last one I watched was Batman Year One and it was very faithful to the comic.
12-10-2011, 05:48 PM
Got Batman Under The Red Hood on dvd and watched it a hundred times, easy my favorite DC animated movie.
Don't know any animated blade movies, and I've only seen an episode or two of the X-Men anime, and I did not like it, to me cartoons like X-Men are not supposed to be anime :D
-----Post added 9:16 AM CST 2/26/2012-----
Yeah I'm not gonna spam and make a new topic, so I'll just say that Justice League Doom is out, I'm gonna watch it in a few moments and then I'll probably come back here and state if it's a good movie or not :)
02-26-2012, 10:19 AM
I've seen the commercials for that, not sure if it's worth getting though... It's not Doomsday, it's Doom.
02-26-2012, 03:46 PM
Did I say doomsday? alright, thank you for the correction :)
It wasn't as great a movie as say, All Star Superman or Under The Red Hood, but it was still a pretty good movie, but let me say that Carlos Alazraqui was great as Bane, Bane was also handled much better than his other movie adaptions (looking at you Batman and Robin), and the addition of The Royal Flush Gang was great, a great group of villains that always serve as a good little introduction encounter to the JLA.
02-26-2012, 04:57 PM
Nice, so it's at least worth catching on Cartoon Network.
03-30-2012, 10:24 PM
I do wish Marvel would make cartoon movies as good and as often as DC does.
The last thing I remember was Tales of Asgard, which I didn't even finish because it was dreadful.
And Next Avengers, seems like they don't even have editors, just kinda shove things out there.
All of DC's animated movies are at least pretty good.
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