The Dark Knight Returns: Part 2 I Am The Law Clip Comments -


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kelso454 1/14/2013 2:29:38 PM

I don't get why every dc animated feature has animation on the cover that does not at ALL match the actual feature?!

lazarus 1/14/2013 3:04:42 PM

Saw this already, was awesome. Wish Conroy could have done this film.


Moz72 1/14/2013 8:34:34 PM

I seriously cannot stress my disappointment with Perter Wellers voice acting for this. It's like nails on a chalkboard! Agree with Lazarus, Conroy should have done this. Let me re-phrase, DC should have BEGGED Conroy to do this!!

BunyonSnipe 1/15/2013 1:11:57 AM

I love Weller, but you are absolutely right, his voice is just wrong for this...

But then for me and alot of others Conroy just IS Batman, it's very hard to hear someone else in the role, Deitrich Bader did a pretty good job in the B&tB, but apart from that other voice actors just don't have that inexplicible thing...

Weller has a richness to his voice, and let's face it I would prefer to hear him do a Buckaroo Banzai cartoon than this...

reek 1/15/2013 9:43:27 AM

Agreed about Peter Weller, a great genre actor but not the right voice for Batman at all.  Still, enjoyed part one, the story revolutionized comics back when it came out.

lazarus 1/15/2013 6:20:52 PM

 One spoiler, it was great to see Batman beat the SHIT outta Superman. It was hilarious. 

stonedtodeath 1/20/2013 12:00:06 PM

I agree about the cover art not representing the animation in the movie.  The only reason I watched Apocalypse is because I like Clayton Crains art, which is on the cover, but not in the movie.  I wish either Marvel or DC would utilize some of their better artists to work on the animated movies.  A Ghost Rider animated film written by Garth Ennis and animated by Clayton Crain would be great.  The X-Men's Messiah saga (Messiah War, Messiah Complex, and Second Coming) would be great and if Disney/Marvel would pull their heads out of their asses it would be getting done.



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