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Continuing the crossover between the GeekCast Radio Network’s ToonCast Beyond with The Animation Aficionados
In Episode 10 of Toon Beyond we continue the DC Universe Animated Original Movies spotlight with Superman/Batman: Apocalypse! ToonCast Beyond and The GeekCast Radio Network do not support the opinions of Ben Carver on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse!!!!!
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Mike “TFG1″ Blanchard
Steve “Megatron” Phillips
TV’s Mr. Neil
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I got to say I did enjoy this movie, but I couldn’t get behind it the way I got behind “Under the Red Hood”. Darkseid’s voice being mis-cast aside, I couldn’t get behind the art. I loved Michael Turner’s designs for the most part, but Superman and Batman looked like they were going to start crying half the time.
I liked this art style/design better than the S/B Public Enemies design.
I rather liked the ‘Public Enemies” designs. Don’t get me wrong, the guys all look like ‘roid-ragers and the girls look like Barbies. But I have always kinda liked the quasi-anime style Ed McGuiness has. Plus, if they had published this story back in the ’60s, it would be one of the great tales of the Silver Age of Comics!
Still a turd polish. Not gonna’ lie.
I agree with you here JT. Public Enemies was much better design than this film.