Post by crusader185 on Jan 31, 2007 18:13:06 GMT -5
Why are they recasting all the voices? does this mean no kevin Conroy as batman?
yeah... that would be weird... I hope not. Are they keeping Batman dark like in the DCAU, or are they making him 1950's happy? I can't decide which one would fit in better with the visual style, but I sure hope they do him dark.
Superherotimes has advanced toyfare pics of the action figures from the Superman/Doomsday project! Because the deigns are so diferent yet so familiar, they seemed strange at first, but now I'm leaning toward quite liking the designs.
Post by crusader185 on Feb 12, 2007 21:04:08 GMT -5
Who's the kid on the flying pillow (middle left)?
That would be Billy Batson/Captain Marvel.
In his Billy Batson form I presume? Or is that the way SHAZAM! is to look By the way, I love the fact that all of the Characters have their eyes "closed" like they did in the forties cartoons and comics.
Are they keeping Batman dark like in the DCAU, or are they making him 1950's happy?
In the graphic novel story, Batman starts out, when we first see him, being uber-dark and brutal, but by the second volume he has Robin and has become more human. He's never '50's happy, so you don't have to worry about that. It just shows how his priorities kind of shift from being this terrifying shadow to focusing more on Dick and being the mentor. Keep in mind, though, Batman wasn't in the original story that much. He had a part to play, and scenes with J'onn and Superman, but he couldn't really be called a principle character, more of a supporting role. I guess they might put him in a larger role in the DTV because of the character's popularity, but I don't know. He was more in the first volume then the second, at any rate.
Post by All Star Batman on Mar 3, 2007 14:06:56 GMT -5
From Comics Continuum:
Kyle MacLachlan is providing the voice of Superman in Justice League: The New Frontier, the direct-to-video animated movie based on Darwyn Cooke's DC Comics series.
MacLachlan, 48, is perhaps best known from Twin Peaks and as Orson Hodge on Desperate Housewives. His dozens of credits also included Sex and the City, Showgirls and The Doors.
Warner Bros. Animation is not commenting on any casting for any of its direct-to-DVD films based on DC properties.
However, some information might be forthcoming at Wonder Con in San Francisco on Saturday at the DC Universe: Super Heroes Go DVD panel, which will feature Warner's Bruce Timm and DC's Dan DiDio and Gregory Noveck.
majorhoy: Where is everybody?
Apr 30, 2014 15:20:16 GMT -5
aikidodoc: Adopting a 13 year old boy from Bulgaria who is a huge batman fan (which is how I came on this site by a google search. Any help in finding a bulgarian batman comic source would be greatly appreciated. The DC Comic website said they couldn't help me.
May 6, 2014 9:29:31 GMT -5
manstink: hey has their ever been a like origin story on martha wayne. I think it would be cool if she were like in some kind of cult, and she was like ritualistically murdered for trying to leave the cult. Anyways thats my opinion.
May 31, 2014 15:02:51 GMT -5
batmanfan1: Did you guys see what Gotham TV did with Poison Ivy? like their poster has her name as Ivy Pepper not Pamela Lillian Isley.
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