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#1 Edited by ScreamingGhost (80 posts) - - Show Bio

@caseyjones said:

I like Vin's answer.

I can do whatever the … I want.

#2 Edited by ScreamingGhost (80 posts) - - Show Bio

Who actually likes Ultimate Spider-Man?

More then Spectacular no not by a long shot, taking it for what it is its not that bad of a show and enjoyable in that respect.

#3 Edited by ScreamingGhost (80 posts) - - Show Bio

Beware the Batman is top at the moment, loving Shane Glines art direction and the fresh take on Bats. I'll catch Teen Titans Go if its on television, I'm a fan of Dan Hipp its pretty awesome to see a version of his style in animation. TMNT while a good series hasn't hooked me, I don't hate it but I don't really love it either. Maybe I'm just tired of my favorite Turtle always being portrayed as the moron of the group. That being said its a well done show with solid writing and story telling.

Ultimate Spider-man didn't garner much love for me at first, taking it for what it was I learned to enjoy the series. Though its more of a sporadic Teen Titans Spider-man minus the gravitas Titans would display. As for the Avengers the first two episodes turned me off and I haven't really gone back since. Maybe when the whole season hits Netflix I'll watch the episodes marathon style.

#4 Posted by ScreamingGhost (80 posts) - - Show Bio

The movie was amazing, however the character designs could have been better, thought the animation is good quality. (Remember, animation and character designs are different) I'll give this an 8.5/10 if it had the same or similar character designs as justice league doom or crisis of two earths, then it would be a 9 or 9.5

Thank you!! I don't know how many times I've heard people say animation when they mean character designs.

I agree there a bit off but Phil Bourassa was the designer on all three of those films and Young Justice. (Which your probably aware of but never the less) Part of me believes he was trying to push his style in a new direction and while for the most part it works certain characters like Superman look very off. He usually sticks to his basic design but probably because of the more mature tone decided to try and push his designs in a different direction so to differentiate between his other shows/films. While War will remain in that style no doubt for continuity, I'd prefer if he shifted the proportions a bit less severe something in the middle.

#5 Posted by ScreamingGhost (80 posts) - - Show Bio

While I do love Will Friedel, (Batman Beyond and all that) Nolan North is the Kevin Conroy of Deadpool. Maybe if they'd pitched his voice a bit lower it sounds a bit to high for Deadpool.

#6 Edited by ScreamingGhost (80 posts) - - Show Bio

The guys and gals at Marvel have been spot on so far in casting their films. You may feel that so and so might have better in the role but for me they'v nailed the characters so far. I mean before Captain America who would have thought Chris Evans would have worked so well. I don't know who they have Vin in mind for maybe Groot? It'd be odd especially considering his status in Hollywood now but it reminds me of when he played the Iron Giant. We know Thanos is more then likely going to be full motion capture, I'd like for the casting to be less on actual size and an actor who best embodies the role. In the same way how they voice cast for films, tv, and games.

#7 Posted by ScreamingGhost (80 posts) - - Show Bio

At least the design is better then the Man of Steel Design.

#8 Edited by ScreamingGhost (80 posts) - - Show Bio

Maybe its because I prefer the Timmverse Superman but this film was a subpar 2/5 for me. All the plot holes, pacing problems, generic art direction and product placement killed it for me. Way to much time with Jor-El and not enough on what should matter to Clark the man who raised him. I hope Synder isn't in charge of Justice League, because he didn't even deliver in the action department this time. Just a bunch of punching each other through buildings.

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@screamingghost said:

Always look forward to a new DC animated series, and to those that say they cancelled this for that don't understand how the industry works. Young Justice and Green Lantern didn't perform in toy sales, which cartoon network is know for pulling shows that don't do well in that market. Hell, they almost pulled Justice League until Bruce Timm introduced a new toy line. Had GL movie not bombed and YJ sold better you can be sure we'd have a 2 hour block of DC shows. It's stupid but its the reality of the situation. Just be glad we even got them at all and what we got were two awesome shows.

Spectacular Spider-Man sold on toys and had great numbers on charts(views) but it got cancelled.....this is how these things work......in unfair ways...

Unfortunately that was due to ownership rights that Sony gave up and Disney would rather start fresh and maintain full rights of a new series. Also bringing back together a show team after the production has ended is nearly impossible. Sometimes a staff with jump over in mass to a new show or all go different ways. Which sucks because just like the others Spectacular is an amazing show that deserved another season.

#10 Posted by ScreamingGhost (80 posts) - - Show Bio

Always look forward to a new DC animated series, and to those that say they cancelled this for that don't understand how the industry works. Young Justice and Green Lantern didn't perform in toy sales, which cartoon network is know for pulling shows that don't do well in that market. Hell, they almost pulled Justice League until Bruce Timm introduced a new toy line. Had GL movie not bombed and YJ sold better you can be sure we'd have a 2 hour block of DC shows. It's stupid but its the reality of the situation. Just be glad we even got them at all and what we got were two awesome shows.