Post by Dark Nightwing on Sept 29, 2006 22:20:27 GMT -5
Is anyone esle going to pick this up? I'm going to put this one on my Christmas list. I liked the show better once it switched to Unlimited. The scale became grand. It also addressed one question I always had, Why are these guys fighting so hard to save the world while there are tons of other heroes that are nowhere in sight?
Post by Dark Nightwing on Oct 10, 2006 12:41:25 GMT -5
The Justice League Unlimited: Season 1 DVD, due in stores on Oct. 24, includes "And Justice For All," a behind-the-scenes featurette.
Running about nine minutes, "And Justice For All" features interviews with the series' primary creators, including producers Bruce Timm, James Tucker and Dwayne McDuffie, story editor Stan Berkowitz and directors Dan Riba and Joaquim dos Santos.
A main theme in the piece is the decision to expand the Justice League from the previous two seasons for Unlimited and how that impacted story telling and casting.
McDuffie said that DC Comics "bent over backwards" in helping the producers use many of the publisher's characters. "They really rarely said no to us," he said. "They really let us go nuts on their guys and it was pretty cool."
Post by darkfire1978 on Oct 21, 2006 22:35:48 GMT -5
It comes out on Tuesday. The Target in my area has been playing it on their TV sets, all week! Im guessing the manager is a huge fan of the show and anything comic book related, as he is always playing cool stuff.
This is a must own DVD set!!!
<b>The more things change the more they stay the same
Post by nightwing77 on Nov 4, 2006 22:05:47 GMT -5
I was able to get a copy yesterday but haven't begun watching it yet. I'm looking forward to seeing on there how they went about expanding from JL to JLU. Its a little feature on it. It should be interesting.
I was a little dissappointed in how few commentaries there were on the DVD's and at the choices they decided to do their commentaries on.I would have loved a commentary on Epilogue...
As would we all. The reason for the lack of more on this set though is because it initially was only supposed to be the actual JLU season 1 (13 Eps.). As with Batman Beyond they chose to merge the two seasons into one (26eps) at the last minute.
Post by Dark Nightwing on Nov 9, 2006 22:26:12 GMT -5
I'd like to have a commentary on a lot more of the episodes of DCAU. Like for BTAS, I was disappointed that we didn't get a commentary on Trial. Trial was going to be a movie, but they chose to do MOTP instead. A commentary could have talked about all of the things that would have been done for the movie. I am sure that Scarecrow and Riddler would have had a bigger role for it. One thing I didn't understand about the episode was that after the actual trial portion, the Riddler disappeared for the execution. That made no sense to me. I've scoured the internet and have yet to find the information.
I finally got JLU1 and BB2 today. I haven't gotten to watch 'em yet, but they look top notch. I have but one very small grievance: on the fourth disc of JLU, I do not understand why the episode Hunter's Moon is placed in between Question Authority and Flashpoint, when, as I remember, QA ends in a cliffhanger that continues into Flashpoint, and in the right episode order HM should be before Question Authority. I'll watch them in the right order, its just a little annoying that they are in the wrong order on the DVD, as Hunter's Moon is out of place there and would disrupt the final episodes. Anyway, I can't wait to start on these sets.
“Bruce and Batman are both just eight years old. I don’t think either one of them is mature. I think in some ways he’s the least mature character of them all.” –Tim Sale
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