So I've been re-watching Batman: The Animated Series on DVD, having not seen the majority of the episodes since I was a kid. It's interesting to see how all the different overseas studios gave their own distinct looks to the show. But one thing that's puzzled me: Sunrise doesn't seem to get much love among some fans. Even the producers of the show didn't seem to think much of them! (though they did admit to liking "Heart of Steel Part 2" in the commentary) Which, frankly, I don't get. I very much enjoyed their work, for the most part, and would place them right up there with TMS and Spectrum in terms of quality. I've heard that they supposedly drew Batman "off-model". How? Because of the way they drew his mouth? Is that all? I didn't notice any blatantly strange character designs or animation in their episodes, certainly not like Akom had a penchant for. Seriously, if you want an example of bad Sunrise work for a U.S. cartoon, give Street Fighter a watch sometime. Low framerates, mistakes aplenty, odd character movements, fluctuating character models, continuity problems, it's all there. Didn't really see that in Batman.