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CensusTaker

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CO

Subj: Re: Muff them up like Doomsday?
Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2007 at 01:11:47 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Bruce Timm and animated features question....
Posted: Tue Oct 02, 2007 at 02:41:13 pm EDT

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> Not that anyone's mentioned. The JLA's New Frontier and The New Teen Titans Judas Contract are the next ones up.

Well I hope they don't take muff them up or any Batman planned ones like Doomsday.

CO

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> > Not that anyone's mentioned. The JLA's New Frontier and The New Teen Titans Judas Contract are the next ones up.
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> Well I hope they don't take muff them up or any Batman planned ones like Doomsday.
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> CO


Gees man, sure they've made some changes (reportedly) but they couldnt just panel for panle translate the books- too much background information for non-comic reading audience, and heck, even if their wasnt alot of stuff from the original death of the big s arc is pretty inconsequential and doesnt need showing in a movie. And Timm diserves heaps of credit for stripping back to gunk and giving us new and dare I say better retellings of heaps of DCU characters stories in the DCAU. I mean, DCAU Mr. Freeze and Mad Hatter are both particualry better written than the originals, to the point where very few people comp;lained when elements from the shows made their way into the comics. Likewise, there's plenty of stuff from Judas Contract and, yep, even Knightfall that doesnt need to be in a movie. We've already got the comics! Let Timm and his team tell us something we dont (quite) know. Superman- Doomsday is the story of how the boy scouts death goes down in the DCAU. Just enjoy it!


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