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Discussion in 'The DC Comics Animation Forum' started by James Harvey, Apr 2, 2011.
Wasn't aware of Rosenbaum redoing his lines, that's kind of funny. Now I'm worried he'll be boring like Barry usually is.
A character's only as boring as the writer handling them.
Why are we spoiler tagging the identity of the Flash? It's Barry, folks. And I wouldn't worry about him being a putz since Rosenbaum had to voice him differently that means that he was most likely written differently as well.
I wasn't sure just how well known that information was. I didn't want to get banned.
Also, team shows seem to struggle with speedsters, so it wouldn't surprise me to see it again.
In addition to Hal having his ring on hands in the trailer,
I also noticed in the Justice League: Doom sneak peak feature from Batman: Year One, that they briefly messed up the colouring of his gloves.
To be fair, the movie hasn't come out yet, so they could still fixed those mistakes before it's released. And TBH, I prefer the green gloves to the white ones.
Honestly, it's a much more striking look.
Warner Home Video has issued a new press release concerning the world premiere of the upcoming Justice League: Doom animated feature. New images are also attached. Click here for more.
I think the "Green Lantern's hand on the wrong hand" thing might've been mirror-flipped, which sometimes happens in ads. I mean, the screenshot also has his hair parted on the opposite side as opposed to other shots, too. Not to mention, there's a shot of Superman where his hair and "S"-shield are also flipped.
Wow lookit Wonder Woman muscles. Nevermind, I still dig this design of her, perhaps more so, even if no one else does. Also is it just me, or do they seem proper younger than their designs in Young Justice/CO2E (not meant to be exactly the same, I know, but same designer and all)?
Guess that means I have yet to read a book with Barry that didn't have a writer boring me
They kind of have a bit of JR. Justice League look to them in those pics.
Does anyone else think that the animation in the movie looks slightly poor?
And while stills is obviously not a fair indicator, the charcters look awkward and off-model in the pictures. J'onn's head looks weird in those recent pics for example.
Now the trailer whizzes by so fast... its difficult to judge completely. But tell me, TMS didn't animate this right? They just did the storyboards?
Because if they did animate it... their standard has seemingly gone downhill.
You're looking at in-between frames that were likely taken months before the animation supervisor has a chance to check them. Of course things are going to look a little off.
I've been saying that from the very beginning... It's definitely not the best quality DC animation has given us.
And the idea of it being "in-between" art isn't very assuring or convincing either way. They should not be releasing "in-between" art or the least best frames to promote the feature anyway. It just doesn't make sense to that. Why wouldn't they want show the highest examples of images to attract buyers? No, I think this is a simple case of what you see is what you get; Subpar by DC Animation's usual standards. I do hope I'm wrong though, and that I end up being pleasantly surprised when it's released.
I can't wait for this on Blu-ray but I have to say I really hate WB's new-ish UV digital copy junk. I really enjoyed being able to have a digital copy to put on my tablet and watch anywhere and anytime, but now WB only lets you keep the copy for 3 years and you also have to play it using their junky flixster software?... ughhh...
Anyways aside from that, I am really looking foward to the special features though, especially the Dwayne mcDuffie featurette, (man I miss that guy)
Amazon has a Two-Disc Special Edition DVD, but for some weird reason they have it with a release date of April 10, 2012, instead of February 28, 2012.
Not that it's a surprise but MPAA officially rated JL: Doom as a PG-13 feature, for violent action. Eight more weeks left.
I wonder if it has to do with this film not being based on adapting a published artists'work. Just a possibility.
Batman: Under the Red Hood, the Green Lantern movies, Superman: Doomsday, Batman: Gotham Knight, Wonder Woman and most importantlyJustice League: Crisis On Two Earths (since that and Doom, have the same character designer) weren't adapted from a published artists' work and I think they all look better than Doom.
I'll agree with you to a certain degree. I think JL: Doom looks much better than Superman: Doomsday.
I thought "Under the Red Hood" was based on a previous work by Judd Winick though? I also wasn't a fan of the art/animation in that one anyway either.