Superman: The Animated Series
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Boomarang is not airing the shows in order, also I think next weekend there's a Batman & Superman marathon on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
Yep. Mike Ironside totally rocks as Darkseid. Great lines. Ironside also did the voice of the Frank Miller "Return of the Dark Night" Batman in "Legends of the Dark Night" episode.
Posted Oct 5, 2005 @ 1:19 AM
snowcrash, can you summarize what happens in Superman:Red Son for me? Thanks!
Edited by elle, Oct 5, 2005 @ 1:21 AM.
Posted Oct 5, 2005 @ 2:02 AM
elle...Here's the Wikipedia entry. Maybe that could help. It was an alright miniseries, and I ended up getting a Batman sketch from Dave Johnson based on that book.
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Posted Oct 6, 2005 @ 9:29 AM
need some recs, please. I finished my first Superman graphic novel/TPB (Birthright) and now I want to read more Superman stuff. So, what do you all recommend?
Have you read Superman for All Seasons by Loeb? I don't know if its technically in continuity, but it's a nice retelling of Superman's early years from the point of view of those closest to him.
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Posted Oct 6, 2005 @ 11:11 PM
He has two awesome quotes,
Oh, dude, I agree about Darkseid, but neither of those can hold a candle to "Had I known one human's death would pain you so, I would have killed more." Awesome.
Edit, because I forgot to add--"And kill more I shall."
Edited by SpacePPoliceman, Oct 6, 2005 @ 11:12 PM.
Posted Dec 10, 2005 @ 9:33 PM
I noticed that in the "World's Finest" crossover (which I just watched), it sort of points up the weaknesses of the Superman universe by having Batman and the Joker waltz into Metropolis and basically kick everybody's asses. I've heard it speculated that the writers are just basically Batman fanboys at heart trying to make the Superman characters look bad by comparison, but really, I think the Batman characters just have an inherent coolness that the Superverse can't match -- which is why it'll always kinda be second fiddle.
Love the Mxy episode, though. It's like a Bugs Bunny cartoon with Supes as Bugs and Mxy as Elmer Fudd.
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Well - it was written by one of "The Batman" writers.
I should have known. Only thing missing was Lex leaping into the air and kicking Superman thirty times before hitting the ground.
Posted Jun 18, 2006 @ 6:41 PM
We saw how she was in her car chasing a missle and then this afternoon on S:TAS, Identity Crisis she was in car following a police chase with robbers shooting! This time Clark was present, whether he was there to protect her or was strong-arm, I dunno! Now that seriously messed up!
About the movie, it had 1 good freeze breath scene in the beginning and the rest was just dull! It was like a step backwards!
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I forgot to add, I remember who this version of Luthor reminds me of, the wacky Gene Hackman version from the original movies. I'm surprised they didn't give Luthor hair in this movie.
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Posted Jun 19, 2006 @ 9:14 AM
That's exactly who he was modeled after.
I forgot to add, I remember who this version of Luthor reminds me of, the wacky Gene Hackman version from the original movies.
Posted Jun 19, 2006 @ 8:03 PM
You know, I was really hoping we'd get a good Superman/Clark to Lois reveal with this dtv, but instead we get something so insulting. They made a mockery of it. Grr!
I want Timm back. :-(
Posted Jun 19, 2006 @ 11:17 PM