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The Justice League by Josh Zingerman

The Justice League by Josh Zingerman

THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN REVIEW There have been a number of…

THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN REVIEW

There have been a number of storylines which explorer the narrative
of Superman’s death; comics (The Death of
Superman, DC Comics’ landmark 1992-93 comic phenomenon), a live-action
film (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 2016) and now in animated form. The Death of Superman, is the first of a two-part film experience that will
conclude with Reign of the Supermen in early 2019. As it is with any of these
stories though, it’s hard for me to truly love them, as it’s a tale of the
demise of one of the greatest fictional characters ever at the hands of
Doomsday. It’s kind of like trying to enjoy a bad breakup. With that said, this
movie, like a romance, is something that you can love while it’s happening, but
towards the end is hard to get through. I will add at the end of this film I
was emotionally invested to the characters and I think the handling of the
story was something I wish the live-action version could have done better.

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One of the movie’s greatest strengths was its fantastic
action sequences. It’s as if a comic book had burst out of its pages and come
to life (in animated form that is). The Justice League seemed to be at their
best here, demonstrating excellent teamwork, while also exhibiting a genuine
care for each other’s wellbeing. While not forced, there’s even some subtle
humor sprinkled throughout the film.

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Another thing that some of the recent DC live-action films could
take note of are the powerful heroic moments. Timing, limited dialogue and “animated”
facial expressions are the key here.

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One of the only nitpicking things I had a problem with were the
Justice League member’s costumes, especially Wonder Woman and Superman’s. Not a
fan at all. Fortunately, the animation itself is wonderful and let’s face it, it’s
the ultimate kind of film to show off that 4K HD TV.

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Do I recommend it? Absolutely! For an animated film it packs
a surprisingly huge emotional punch, while providing a sizable helping of
stellar action. This one will make a welcome addition to your comic book film
catalog.

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The Death of Superman on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD hits store and online outlets next week. Preorder now at Amazon.

THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN REVIEW There have been a number of…

THE DEATH OF SUPERMAN REVIEW

There have been a number of storylines which explorer the narrative
of Superman’s death; comics (The Death of
Superman, DC Comics’ landmark 1992-93 comic phenomenon), a live-action
film (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice 2016) and now in animated form. The Death of Superman, is the first of a two-part film experience that will
conclude with Reign of the Supermen in early 2019. As it is with any of these
stories though, it’s hard for me to truly love them, as it’s a tale of the
demise of one of the greatest fictional characters ever at the hands of
Doomsday. It’s kind of like trying to enjoy a bad breakup. With that said, this
movie, like a romance, is something that you can love while it’s happening, but
towards the end is hard to get through. I will add at the end of this film I
was emotionally invested to the characters and I think the handling of the
story was something I wish the live-action version could have done better.

image

One of the movie’s greatest strengths was its fantastic
action sequences. It’s as if a comic book had burst out of its pages and come
to life (in animated form that is). The Justice League seemed to be at their
best here, demonstrating excellent teamwork, while also exhibiting a genuine
care for each other’s wellbeing. While not forced, there’s even some subtle
humor sprinkled throughout the film.

image

Another thing that some of the recent DC live-action films could
take note of are the powerful heroic moments. Timing, limited dialogue and “animated”
facial expressions are the key here.

image

One of the only nitpicking things I had a problem with were the
Justice League member’s costumes, especially Wonder Woman and Superman’s. Not a
fan at all. Fortunately, the animation itself is wonderful and let’s face it, it’s
the ultimate kind of film to show off that 4K HD TV.

image

Do I recommend it? Absolutely! For an animated film it packs
a surprisingly huge emotional punch, while providing a sizable helping of
stellar action. This one will make a welcome addition to your comic book film
catalog.

image

The Death of Superman on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and DVD hits store and online outlets next week. Preorder now at Amazon.

6″ Justice League Animated action figures Exclusively for DC…

6″ Justice League Animated action figures 

Exclusively for DC UNIVERSE members, DC Collectibles—the award-winning line of collectibles from DC Entertainment—will offer a wide range of new action figures and collector’s items based on DC’s iconic characters and stories. 

Members will have exclusive access to all-new six-inch Justice League Animated action figures based on designs from the fan-favorite animated series (2001-2004), starting in fall 2018. In addition to DC Collectibles, members will have access to a wide range of exclusive, curated and hard-to-find DC merchandise from a variety of licensing partners before the rest of the world.

DC UNIVERSE will be available at launch on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV, as well as the web and mobile web. To learn more and register for an opportunity for beta access, visit DCUNIVERSE.com and follow DC UNIVERSE on social networks including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

The Justice League by Ben Oliver

The Justice League by Ben Oliver

The Omega Titans from No Justice

The Omega Titans from No Justice

JLA: Trial by Fire (Issue #11) by Joe Kelly

JLA: Trial by Fire (Issue #11) by Joe Kelly

Happy Birthday Alex Ross

Happy Birthday Alex Ross

Justice Leagueby Ricardo Simas

Justice League

by Ricardo Simas

New “Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the…

New “Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold” Clip

Watch below:

“Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold” 

Available on DVD & Digital @ http://amzn.to/2CnMqzu 

Super sleuths Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma join forces with the world’s greatest detective, Batman, when they discover that villains from both of their respective rogues’ galleries have also combined efforts to terrorize the city. With Scooby snacks in tow, the crime-fighting teams encounter classic Batman foes (Joker, Catwoman, Riddler, Penguin, Scarecrow, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn) and allies (The Question, Aquaman, Plastic Man, Martian Manhunter) along with a bevy of fiends from Scooby-Doo lore (Spooky Space Kook, Gentleman Ghost, Miner 49er, Ghost Clown). As always, you won’t know who the ultimate villain is until those “meddling kids” pull off the mask! 

Avid Scooby-Doo fans know this isn’t the first time the Caped Crusader has partnered with Mystery Incorporated. Forty-five years ago, Batman (and Robin) were the featured guest stars in a pair of The New Scooby-Doo Movies. Premiering in 1972, the renowned detectives worked to solve crimes together in the hour-long television movies entitled The Dynamic Scooby-Doo Affair and The Caped Crusader Caper. 

Diedrich Bader, who voiced the Dark Knight in the fan-favorite Batman: The Brave and the Bold animated television series, reprises his role for this all-new film alongside the longtime Scooby-Doo voice cast of Frank Welker (Scooby-Doo & Fred), Grey Griffin (Daphne and Black Canary), Matthew Lillard (Shaggy) and Kate Micucci (Velma). The guest cast includes Jeff Bennett (Joker), Jeffrey Combs (The Question), John DiMaggio (Aquaman), Nika Futterman (Catwoman), Nicholas Guest (Martian Manhunter), John Michael Higgins (The Riddler), Tom Kenny (Penguin, Plastic Man), Kevin Michael Richardson (Detective Chimp), Tara Strong (Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy) and Fred Tatasciore (Harvey Bullock).

Jake Castorena directs the teleplay by Paul Giacoppo, based on a story by supervising producer James Tucker. Michael Jelenic is the producer. Executive Producer is Sam Register. Benjamin Melniker and Michael Uslan are Executive Producers

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