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New Superman and Batman cartoons Anonymous 05/21/2021 (Fri) 15:52:18 No. 13182
More garbage capeshit coming through. Superman: >HBO Max and Cartoon Network announced today a two- season series order for My Adventures with Superman an all-new kids and family animated series following the action-packed, comedic and romantic adventures of Superman and Lois Lane. >In this serialized coming-of-age story, we follow Clark as he builds his secret Superman identity and embraces his role as the hero of Metropolis – and perhaps the world. Lois, now growing into a star investigative journalist, takes aspiring photographer Jimmy Olsen under her wing. All the while, Clark and Lois are falling in love, sharing adventures, taking down bad guys, stumbling over secrets, and discovering what it means to be Superman and Lois Lane. >Sam Register (Teen Titans Go!) serves as executive producer. Jake Wyatt (Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus) and Brendan Clogher (Voltron: Legendary Defender) are on board as co-executive producers and Josie Campbell (She-Ra and the Princesses of Power) as co-producer. https://archive.is/QN7Hv Batman: >HBO Max and Cartoon Network have greenlit a straight to series order for Batman: Caped Crusader, an all-new animated series and reimagining of the Batman mythology through the visionary lens of executive producers Bruce Timm, J.J. Abrams and Matt Reeves and produced by Warner Bros. Animation (WBA), Bad Robot Productions and 6th & Idaho. >Executive Producers Bruce Timm, J.J. Abrams and Matt Reeves said: “We are beyond excited to be working together to bring this character back, to tell engrossing new stories in Gotham City. The series will be thrilling, cinematic and evocative of Batman’s noir roots, while diving deeper into the psychology of these iconic characters. We cannot wait to share this new world.” https://archive.is/STrIT
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>>13182 >a team comprised of people who worked on ttgo, voltron, & she-ra >next team with Matt Reeves & (((JJ Abrams))) It's a complete fucking disaster. Why do they keep making Jimmy a nigger? Why does Lois look like Luz from Owl House? Why is this bingo chart so small? Why did Matt Reeves do this to Riddler?
The art style in the first pic looks ultra fucking gay, like one of those "tumblr redraws." At least the Batman one sounds like it might be good.
>>13186 >Why did Matt Reeves do this to Riddler? I'm honestly not against Zodiac Riddler, these are all technically origin points for the new Bat film, so by the end they should graduate from the scoffed handmade look to something more recognizable.
>>13190 >so by the end they should graduate from the scoffed handmade look to something more recognizable. This is a capeshit film. They'll find some way to kill him off then have Penguin be the next villain.
>>13182 I guess it never ends. >In this serialized coming-of-age story, we follow Clark as he builds his secret Superman identity and embraces his role as the hero of Metropolis – and perhaps the world. Lois, now growing into a star investigative journalist, takes aspiring photographer Jimmy Olsen under her wing. All the while, Clark and Lois are falling in love, sharing adventures, taking down bad guys, stumbling over secrets, and discovering what it means to be Superman and Lois Lane. OooooOooo, goodie! A cartoon version of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Something is telling me to start being more thankful for growing up in the era of the live-action version. >an all-new animated series and reimagining of the Batman mythology through the visionary lens of executive producers Bruce Timm, J.J. Abrams, and Matt Reeves and produced by Warner Bros. Animation (WBA), Bad Robot Productions, and 6th & Idaho. So it's basically just a Batman: The Animated Series remake. Wonderful. Just wonderful. >>13186 Jimmy barely has a role. B Lois is hinted at bisexual. I Superman is made to be stupid. N Lois is oh so quirky female(with a tomboy haircut). G Not much actual action really happens. O
>>13192 I don't think you understand how bingo works.
>>13186 >no Jimmy Olsen is a nigger square >that Riddler designer Is he supposed to be the dungeon master of Batman's deep dark FANTASIES? >>13189 >The art style in the first pic looks ultra fucking gay, like one of those "tumblr redraws." That's because the fags behind >she-Ra are making it. >At least the Batman one sounds like it might be good I wouldn't get my hopes up since Jew Jew Abrams is working on it.
>>13191 Then don't watch it faggot.
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>>13194 He stole Bane's gear after their last session. >>13195 Okay?
>>13182 What kind of mystery meat race is that nigger supposed to be
>>13193 As a child, I played Bingo, Uno, and Minesweeper. But for the sake of non-serious fun, why not just point out the obvious?
>>13198 The trick is the entire board will likely be filled.
Why are AT&T/WB/DC so fucking inept at using Superman? Who thought it was a good idea to put the empty mystery box guy on a show about the world's greatest detective? What will they fuck up next?
>>13199 I've seen how Prediction Bingo is done on YouTube. I was just going with some of the more probable blocks to write BINGO. >>13202 >Why are AT&T/WB/DC so fucking inept at using Superman? Because they only view Superman as their easiest superhero to baby-brand, which he technically is. And not as the titular character that generations of fans love, hate, or have a mutual feeling for.
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>>13186 >Riddler in bondage gear That's retarded, but at least-- >Paul Dano Oh fuck you all in the ass with a batarang!
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>>13194 >the fags behind >she-Ra are making it.
>>13182 >Jimmy as a nigger, played by himself Do they know a long ass time ago they had niggers limited to play only as their cartoon versions right?
>>13253 Idris Elba & Sam Jackson are probably the only ones I can think of. Less so Samuel L Jackson because of his involvements with Brie Larson.
>>13182 >and Josie Campbell (She-Ra and the Princesses of Power) as co-producer I could tell from the artstyle
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>>13182 >no one yet shat on Bruce Timm as well I'm disappointed. <Superman is a faggy bishonen <Jimmy is niggerwashed Another ginger bites to dust. <Lois is ugly tan flat tomboy Lois being a bitchy career woman wasn't enough for them? What make Lois stand out and being attractive is the gap between her feminine and delicate look to her bitchy and strong-willed personality which also somewhat break/gets mellowed when she becomes a damsel in distress. The NuLois has none of Lois original appeal or any appeal at all. Why they hell did WB hired the serial killer of franchises Abrams and a cunt who worked on the complete failure that was Dyke-Ra?! Why and how those hacks keep getting jobs?! >Batman: The Animated Series was a masterpiece that shaped the perception of the character for an entire generation of fans. It is in that spirit that we are bringing together three master storytellers in J.J., Matt and Bruce >three master storytellers in J.J., Matt and Bruce Absolute kek As for the new Batfag series, I'm very curious to see the character designs as tasteless prude Abarms will clash with horndog Timm. I feel bad for the Supfags, they just keep getting shit after shit. As for the Batwankers, they have enough good content and they will keep getting more in the future. >>13192 >Batman: The Animated Series remake It won't be. BTAS was rare occurrence of the right people in the right place in the right time. WB and batwanker Timm need to realize they aren't going to recapture the magic of BTAS and instead they should expend and focus on other DC characters and have their own shows (not that I want it to happen at the current corporate culture/environment). >>13257 She was just a writer, however Brendan Clogher was storyboard artist for NuVoltron and turns out he also wrote for Dyke-Ra and TMNT Rise...the new Superman show looking good:^).
>>13266 >Why they hell did WB hired the serial killer of franchises Abrams and a cunt who worked on the complete failure that was Dyke-Ra?! Why and how those hacks keep getting jobs?! You would have to be naive not to know why. Abrams gets by because out-of-touch boomer businessmen look at his portfolia and see "he worked on Star Wars and other big franchises" which (completely ignorant of how they declined/died) and that's enough to convince them he prints money. The Dyke-Ra writers meanwhile get by because their equally leftist friends gatekeep Human Resources positions in order to hire people who share their politics and block/bully out those who do not. Pure nepotism.
>>13266 A Lobo animated series would've definitely been something. Or better yet, Etrigan the Demon. With the right writing, that would make for the perfect horror-themed cape-shit adult animated series. But Timm has too much of a craving for Bat-Tang to think of stuff like that.
I can see myself enjoying the Superman series, depending on whether or not CC is just a rehashed TAS or is trying to be taken seriously, then It will be of varying quality.
>>13182 so lois is now a spic tomboy? holy shit just fucking kill me already
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>>13302 >Pure nepotism. Make sense, it's weird to think that collectivist Japan is more meritocratic than USA at this point. >>13304 >adult animated series Most action cartoons for adults are bad, older children cartoons were quite violent and imho subtlety can add more to the horror. >A Lobo animated series How do you imagine it? Make it an episodic show with different bounty hunt every episode and have some episodes crossover with Superman? That could work. >But Timm has too much of a craving for Bat-Tang to think of stuff like that True, however I will say to his credit, that he wanted to make a Kamandi cartoon faithful to the comics which sadly meant the executive dyke ruled it out because not enough womyn. I'm still mad that DCAU is Batwankverse, instead of actually being DC Universe. If WB had brain, they would've continued the DCAU and makes shows for other characters. I just finished watching the main Cadmus plotline in JLU I still have 14 episodes of this crap to go through and I wonder two things: 1. Will Abrams and Timm will make another "x was actually controlled by z all this time" plot twist seeing how much they love that 2. Will Batman Caped Crusader be worse than JLU? On the one hand, they don't have to deal with "lore" from previous shows and there will be more animation budget than the peanuts that were used for JLU, but on the other hand, unholy trinity of hacks working on it and JLU was bad enough despite how supposedly talented DCAU writers were.
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>>13386 >Most action cartoons for adults are bad... That's because they tend to focus more on graphic violence, T&A nudity, and overuse of F-bombs to sell it. Whereas, the near-perfect adult animated action series would have minute dashes of everything. Presented at a well-balanced pace. You're correct about the subtle offstage motif. To me, it heightens the suspense. Both BTAS and STAS had great episodes with that. >How do you imagine it? Make it an episodic show with different bounty hunt every episode and have some episodes crossover with Superman? That could work. Close. I was thinking something along the Alan Grant comics and Duck Dodger the Cartoon Network series. An episodic show that alternates between bounty hunts and random adventures with the occasional Superman beef is better. > If WB had brain, they would've continued the DCAU and makes shows for other characters. They could make Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen into an animated series. It's got enough Batman in it. But they'd only shoehorn more him into random scenes. Same as if they made one for Martian Manhunter or even Aquaman. Somehow Batman would make multiple appearances. DCAU is home to mega Batfans.
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>>13408 >Jimmy screams to everyone that Bruce is Batman >probably a stupid stunt as opposed to an actual outing, but the three villains who haven't already guessed Bruce's identity are probably thinking Huh. Seems kinda obvious now that I think about it.
>>13412 They could've made that into a series. Jimmy goes around trying to uncover the identities of various superheroes and ticking them off. Superman advises him to stop, but he never listens. Now green arrow wants to assault him with his diablo chili. But, no. Let's rehash everything we did by making an animated version of a 90s live-action show. Then, let's make a BTAS remake. But call it somthing else.
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>>13408 >That's because they tend to focus more on graphic violence, T&A nudity, and overuse of F-bombs to sell it And that's why children cartoons are better and more mature. >the near-perfect adult animated action series would have minute dashes of everything. Presented at a well-balanced pace And what are the chances for that to happen? I'm not too fond of the idea of extremely violent, sexual and profane adaptation for most capeshit, it ruins the wholesomeness of it. >Both BTAS and STAS had great episodes with that I've been thinking how Batman Beyond could also use more subtle horror considering the darker Sci-Fi setting, like originally Dini had the idea of making a robot stealing things to feel like a human, but sadly it devolved into Zetashit. >An episodic show that alternates between bounty hunts and random adventures with the occasional Superman beef Sounds nice, I came to the conclusion that adventure is a better genre than capeshit. >DCAU is home to mega Batfans And this is why DCAU sucks. It was pretty fine until JLU, then it went full shit and gone beyond retarded. They completely shat on previous shows/their protagonists to elevate the Batfaggot above all, Static Shock avoided that by being black and no one really cares about Zetashit. Of course all DCAU shows should've crossover episodes, but it should rather be the Justice Leauge used for big events or any other fitting character instead of shoving more Batwank stealing everyone else spotlight. >>13428 >Jimmy goes around trying to uncover the identities of various superheroes and ticking them off Why would you make Jimmy genius and then also made him use that intelligence to do extremely stupid shit? Sounds like JLU tier writing. >But call it somthing else Because deep down they know they can't rehash BTAS and also, they want to avoid the naturally expected backlash by not directly connecting it to BTAS.
>>13458 No one cares how autistic you are about the DCAU because you keep imaging things to nitpick.
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>>13458 >and no one really cares about Zetashit. Is it even really a DCAU show? He doesn't even look the same in the Batman Beyond episode as he does in the series. It's almost like a parallel universe version. I never watched much of the series. Do any DC heroes or villains even appear in it?
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>>13463 There was a Batman Beyond crossover episode starring Mad-Stan.
>>13458 >>>I'm not too fond of the idea of extremely violent, sexual and profane adaptation for most capeshit, it ruins the wholesomeness of it. They know it as well. But they have it ingrained into their minds that graphic sex, language, violence in the silhouette of a popular comic book superhero, will gain them lots of money from their mature demographic. >I've been thinking how Batman Beyond could also use more subtle horror considering the darker Sci-Fi setting, like originally Dini had the idea of making a robot stealing things to feel like a human, but sadly it devolved into Zetashit. Yeah, that wasn't their best idea, and for a spinoff. Dini had the better way to go about the character. But, they needed a token character they could easily adapt a spinoff series around. Sadly, it resulted in an attempt to make Universal Soldier, though entirely a robot, an animated kids cartoon. They could have saved that money and made an Inque special or something. >Sounds nice, I came to the conclusion that adventure is a better genre than capeshit. To me, it's why The Phantom should have gotten an animated series. Because the comics and mediocre movie offered the best of both realms. >It was pretty fine until JLU, then it went full shit and gone beyond retarded. They completely shat on previous shows/their protagonists to elevate the Batfaggot above all, Static Shock avoided that by being black and no one really cares about Zetashit. Of course all DCAU shows should've crossover episodes, but it should rather be the Justice Leauge used for big events or any other fitting character instead of shoving more Batwank stealing everyone else spotlight. It's why I'm surprised they haven't made an Ace the Bat-Hound series for children yet. Or one with a talking Batmobile. No doubt he'll be shoehorned into making an appearance in the Lois & Clark animated series. Timm just can't get enough of him. >Why would you make Jimmy genius and then also made him use that intelligence to do extremely stupid shit? Sounds like JLU tier writing. Because it's something they would have undoubtedly done. >Because deep down they know they can't rehash BTAS and also, they want to avoid the naturally expected backlash by not directly connecting it to BTAS. BTAS had punching, kicking, nut shots with a crunch, blood, and was a cartoon for kids. That's why it's their only best-animated series centered around Batman. In order to top the previous, they would have to take from the same old formula and better it. But, in this day and age, that's damn near impossible. >>13460 JLU was crap at times. >>13463 >Is it even really a DCAU show? Do any DC heroes or villains even appear in it? Yes and no. If you're familiar with the Universal Soldier films, as well Short Circuit(1986), that's basically the whole plot. No McGinnis, no Wayne, no nothing. >He doesn't even look the same in the Batman Beyond episode as he does in the series. It's almost like a parallel universe version. I never watched much of the series. Some gurus have speculated that this was done so the animators could cheat, which is seems to be correct.
>>13490 >BTAS had punching, kicking, nut shots with a crunch, blood, and was a cartoon for kids. That's why it's their only best-animated series centered around Batman. The Batman also had that as well, and is arguably a better series. Hell, the DTV movie with Dracula was straight-up horror. However, because the show didn't premier in the 90's (During the "renaissance" of TV cartoons), people didn't cream their pants over it.
>>13492 The Batman was good but nowhere near BTAS, its more on the level of New Adventures and both aren't remembered as memorably, even though one of them is in the timer period you mentioned. In other words you're just baiting at this point.
>>13492 I watched The Batman's first season and have no grips about it. The show was one of the last few goodies from KidsWB. Although, The Batman and BTAS are two different beasts. The Batman's version of Bruce Wayne is like some mannered fratboy, whereas BTAS Batman is more mature.
Maybe we can make a bingo for the upcoming Batman series too? >>13490 >made an Inque special Why are you doing this to me anon? I love Inque! However, I do have hard time imaging a special around her since her motivations are too simplistic; she just wants to get money and kill Batman. After the last episode she appeared in, she'd probably will go on rampage bashing and maybe even almost killing her daughter and trying to kill Batman again. >or something They could've save that animation budget for JL, or come up with DCAU Flash series never ever , heck practically any DC character deserved a series more than that dumb OC. >The Phantom Thanks for the recommendation. I started reading it, it's simple and fun. >It's why I'm surprised they haven't made an Ace the Bat-Hound series for children yet Interestingly, TNBA got canceled due to executiveniggers wanting to have ridiculously kid friendly Batman series with Batkid and then some executivenigger suggested teenager Batman and thus Batman Beyond was born. my beloved franchise was cursed from inception. https://archive.is/cpBS1 >BTAS had punching, kicking, nut shots with a crunch, blood, and was a cartoon for kids. That's why it's their only best-animated series centered around Batman TNBA was also like that and so Batman Beyond which was even more violent, however BTAS had better writing (I think it's only true in comparison to BB, TNBA is on the same level as far as I remember) and Bruce was likeable and not a schizoid asshole. This is why BTAS is objectively the best Batman series. >But, in this day and age, that's damn near impossible Are there any good writers left or everyone are hacks? >>13465 Worst episode of the series; after Mad Stan fainted, I stopped watching, it was so, so boring. >>13492 I tried to watch one episode and I may watch more at some point. It's alright, definitely not as great as DCAU Batman shows. I still dislike the deformed art style and Bruce look like Jackie Chan.
>>13637 >I tried to watch one episode and I may watch more at some point. It's alright, definitely not as great as DCAU Batman shows. Just make sure you watch the series in order. For some reason, quality noticeably dropped during the third season, but managed to somewhat salvage itself afterwards.
>>13490 >It's why I'm surprised they haven't made an Ace the Bat-Hound series for Children. Didn't they make one for Superman's dog though?
>>13649 Yes. Krypto the Superdog. Had Streaky & Ace the Bathound.
>>13637 >After the last episode she appeared in, she'd probably will go on rampage bashing and maybe even almost killing her daughter and trying to kill Batman again. I was thinking in terms of what they used to do to make up a special. That is, take all of her episodes, splice them together, then air the "special" during the Saturday morning block with new(the edited portions) added in. >They could've save that animation budget for JL, or come up with DCAU Flash series never ever, heck practically any DC character deserved a series more than that dumb OC. A Flash: Animated Series would have worked back then. And also a Green Arrow series. Ollie fights crime and loves to cook spicy chili. Throw in his kids to aid him in capeshit, with the occasional end-of-episode-life-lesson, and there's the foundation for good animated series. >Thanks for the recommendation. I started reading it, it's simple and fun. I had a few of those at one point, as well Doc Savage and The Black Terror. >TNBA got canceled due to executiveniggers wanting to have ridiculously kid friendly Batman series with Batkid and then some executivenigger suggested teenager Batman and thus Batman Beyond was born. my beloved franchise was cursed from inception. Actually, that had more to do with satisfying the 1996 FCC requirements(E/I, Educational, Informative) for children's programming, inasmuch as the executiveniggers demands. >TNBA was also like that and so Batman Beyond which was even more violent, however BTAS had better writing >Bruce was likeable and not a schizoid asshole. This is why BTAS is objectively the best Batman series. That's true. The writing team for BTAS knew where to go with it. Whereas later on down the Bat-line, they have no clue. >Are there any good writers left or everyone are hacks? I've honestly stopped keeping track. The ones that win me over, eventually turn into hacks.
>>13655 >That is, take all of her episodes, splice them together, then air the "special" during the Saturday morning block with new(the edited portions) added in Sounds kinda meh, but still better than Zetashit. >A Flash: Animated Series would have worked back then It could still work today as well. >Green Arrow series Different from his DCAU version or the same? >I had a few of those at one point, as well Doc Savage and The Black Terror Noice, I'll add it to my list. >Actually, that had more to do with satisfying the 1996 FCC requirements(E/I, Educational, Informative) for children's programming But Batman Beyond was more violent than TNBA.... BTW, Do you have any predictions for the Caped Crusader?
>>13688 >Sounds kinda meh, but still better than Zetashit. Even Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island was better than that. >It could still work today as well. If they kept him as the same old arrogantly sarcastic Flash fans know and love, then yes. >Different from his DCAU version or the same? I'm not too familiar with his DCAU version. I'm thinking more on the lines of the chili cooking, crime-fighting, Arrow from the comics with Speedy(Harper) as his sidekick. >But Batman Beyond was more violent than TNBA.... True. But that one was geared more towards the tween and teen demographic. >BTW, Do you have any predictions for the Caped Crusader? Seeing how they're using the Art Deco stylization for the promo, I'm thinking they'll utilize overtones from BTAS with the same noir setting. But the stories will be more like the ones from The Batman. In the first season, they're going to try the hardest to not make seem like a BTAS reboot. Because they got to make it pass under the noses of the older fans.
More info about the new Superman cartoon: >To attract more girl audiences, making girl characters prominent in animated series is key, Ascheim said, referencing the new projects Gross Girls and Jade Armor. The recently announced My Adventures with Superman is “kind of a romantic comedy. Lois, Clark and Jimmy are recent college graduates at the Daily Planet, going through the life stuff you go through when you’re in your early 20s. It’s a romance in addition to being a superhero story. In our version, Clark is new to his powers, so it’s also a coming-of-age story for all of them. That piece of animation tested better with girls than any animation we’ve done in a really long time.” https://archive.is/cXeBE >>13781 >Even Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island was better than that. Kek >arrogantly sarcastic Flash he was more like that in that one episode appearance in STAS, in JL and JLU he was more mentally challenged goofball who did throw snarky comments here and there and would suddenly become smart on occasion for the sake of plot convenience. >I'm not too familiar with his DCAU version He is one of the more prominent characters in JLU. >I'm thinking more on the lines of the chili cooking, crime-fighting, Arrow from the comics with Speedy(Harper) as his sidekick Not too familiar with, but sounds nice. >But the stories will be more like the ones from The Batman I doubt it, I think they'll try to make it le epic and have long story arcs. Considering all the hacks working on it, it will be a miracle if the writing will even be mediocre at best. >they're going to try the hardest to not make seem like a BTAS reboot. Because they got to make it pass under the noses of the older fans The article and poster say otherwise; it's not going to be direct BTAS reboot, but it will try and fail at capturing BTAS atmosphere. Also, they already avoid angering the fans by calling it a different name. >>13638 I gave it another shot and watched the very first episode and it's kinda lame; the diversity hire detectives are boring, Joker introduction was underwhelming, Bruce was bland and the best thing was Alfred, Alfred for crying out loud!
>>13853 >That piece of animation tested better with girls than any animation we’ve done in a really long time That's entirely because Supes in a seme for the fujishit's yaoi fantasies?
>>13861 You mean shojo fantasies. Best case scenario, it somehow manages to be a decent rom com anime rip off. Worst case scenario, Tumblr related content makes it's way in.
>>13853 >"In our version, Clark is new to his powers, so it’s also a coming-of-age story for all of them. Their version is just stupid and stupid. Because, even as a toddler, Clark could lift entire tractors, fly and etcetera. This is something that has always been. If anything, his young adult years should reflect his acceptance of his superpowers. Not him being aware of them for the first time. >in JL and JLU he was more mentally challenged goofball who did throw snarky comments here and there and would suddenly become smart on occasion for the sake of plot convenience. I remember that episode where Superman and he had that macho race. He should have stayed like that in the JL and JLU series. But they wanted to make him the sole comic relief of the group. >I doubt it, I think they'll try to make it le epic and have long story arcs. Considering all the hacks working on it, it will be a miracle if the writing will even be mediocre at best. I was trying to be generous by not going there directly. But who am I kidding? They'll try to increase the "epicness" by each episode. Because "It's Batman! He's the Spawn of DC!" >The article and poster say otherwise; it's not going to be direct BTAS reboot, but it will try and fail at capturing BTAS atmosphere. Also, they already avoid angering the fans by calling it a different name. True on the latter. But for Timm's sake, I hope it doesn't fail to the point of people looking at him as a bad man.
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>>13861 >fujoshit If they test with the same age group as they have for boys (6-11), then most likely few fujoshits sneaked in, depends on the group size. While there's no doubt there's going to be faggotry in the show, the main couple is Lois and Clark. >>13886 >shojo I wish, look at that ugly NuLois, that's clearly not Shoujo, furthermore being college graduates is more fitting setting for Josei. Lois with her fair white skin, contrasting black raven hair and her majestic purple eyes, as well her upper-class family background (daughter of Colonel) would totally fit the Oujo-sama archetype. At first, she would look down on Clark and hate the fact that she's in the same position as he is. Slowly she will recognize Clark' hardworking and kindhearted nature, eventually fall in love with him "and" Superman which will lead her to confusion etc, until she will find out that they're the same person. They could also make her violent tsundereshit which wouldn't be awful because Clark won't feel any pain. I also imagine she would try make it on her own despite her background. There, just within few minutes I came up with a better Shoujo version of Superman than those hacks. Now, what the actual show would be like; NuLois going to be the obnoxious quirky loud cunt, aka self-insert for the dyke writer. Meanwhile, Clark going to be low self-esteem spineless bitch that depend on NuLois encouragement and goes along with her shenanigans. Both are going to be the annoying dense idiots who deeply respect and care about each other, most likely Clark would be the first to realize he's in love with NuLois but his low-self-esteem would prevent him from confessing (NuLois is much better person than me! Look how everyone loves her!) and eventually NuLois realize Clark loves her and she would accept him. In addition to all the crap, there are going to be dyke and fag side couples, maybe they will even turn Jimmy into a faggot (as if it wasn't enough being niggerwashed) who's in love with his best friend Clark to the enjoyment of all the fujoshits. >Tumblr related content makes it's way in Anon it's not the 2000's anymore, this kind of thing is the rule, not the exception, also in case you haven't noticed they niggerwashed poor Jimmy. In addition to that, two Dyke-Ra writers are working on it so it's guaranteed to be shit. >>13927 >Their version is just stupid and stupid Of course it is, they just made this shit to empower Lois and dwarf Superman. >This is something that has always been In STAS he got his powers when he was a teenager. >I remember that episode where Superman and he had that macho race. He should have stayed like that in the JL and JLU series. But they wanted to make him the sole comic relief of the group. I like both versions, but I prefer the JL version. Flash in JL is more than a comic relief, he's still a competent and strong-willed hero. He's the one who keeps the Justice League down to earth and prevent them from becoming arrogant, thinking of themselves as benefiting gods as the Justice Lords episode has shown. Flash is best boy. >Because "It's Batman! He's the Spawn of DC!" It's mostly because those hacks want to make everything epic and think they have the talent for it. >But for Timm's sake, I hope it doesn't fail to the point of people looking at him as a bad man People have been criticizing Abrams and Reeves more, I think most people would mock the entire trio as it should be.
>>14014 >It's mostly because those hacks want to make everything epic They do realize that "epic" stories have to be built up over time, right? Even original films with "epic" finales spends the first three quarters setting everything up.
>>14022 >They do realize that "epic" stories have to be built up over time, right? They do, but they're bad writers so they fail to do so and also, they love crappy twists foolishly thinking it make their writing more sophisticated and interesting.


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