Contradicting the butthurt felt by my fellow Young Justice fans, I really liked the show. Considering the way the action is designed, I'm glad they went for CG, and not toon. It was edgy, original, left you wanting more, and I'll be back for seconds this Saturday. One area that I felt it fell flat in was the voiceacting. Alfred's seemed so lackluster, and Bruce's just came off as inexperienced. I don't know, maybe Conroy just spoiled me.
No. I hate it when people hate on Superman, and many people do, but he definitly has a very large fanbase. Also, the complaints about him are stupid. There was a AT4W episode where Linkara set the record strait about him. You should watch it if you like comics but not Superman. I think it was Superman at Earth's end. It covers the "he's too powerful" one, I remember.
The stills looked stupid, news about it seems confusing, the trailer didn't show much, but I'm confident in the movie. I saw the costume at SD ComicCon, and it looked much better in real life than on the stills. The trailer reveals much when you pick it apart, and news for most movies are confusing. (remember Amazing Spider-Man, when Arid said it wasn't exactly a reboot?)
I would have the Vulture, because he's become a really three-dimensional villain, and he's supposed to have been one of Spider-Man's first. I think that seventeen or eighteen is a suitibal age for Spider-Man, because he's still in high-school, but it's easy to get an actor in his twenties to play him. Also, something that really anoyed me about the movies is that I can't believe that a kid in high-school can make a costume that itricate. I would have the costume get more detailed in each film. Also, web-shooters over organic.