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lazarus 12/3/2013 5:53:09 AM

Yeah watched this already and recommend strongly you don't buy it. Animation is crap and the dialogue was written by a third grader.

ElBaz13 12/3/2013 8:08:20 AM

it looks terrible.

This is where DC excels over Marvel, DC's straight to video is 100 times better. Marvel just seems to get worse and worse. They had a good thing going with the Ultimate Avengers and Iron Man straight to video DVDs but they let their guards down once DC got into the straight to video game.

DC has adapted classic storylines from their catalogue. Mavel has done crap. And you would think with the Disney owning them, they would have something going by now?

I would love to see adaptations of Secret Wars, Phoenix Saga to Civil War.

 

Wiseguy 12/3/2013 9:22:25 AM

Yeah I'm still buying it later and will sit and watch sometime during the week. Hey what can I say I have this 20 dollar bill just burning a hole in my pocket.

ElBaz13 12/3/2013 11:45:19 AM

Money saved from not buying those tampons on Black Friday?

:-)

Dazzler 12/3/2013 4:42:33 PM

Sigh...I will also buy it.  Hard at times being diehard Marvel fan..

lazarus 12/4/2013 7:04:49 AM

Must be nice having money to waste, but it is a free country. :)

And Disney is doing something, they are putting out crap like Avengers Assemble and Ultimate Spider Man.

Oh and to all the asshats who are touting DCs superiority in the animation department. Three words for you. Teen Titans GO!

Yeah DC ain't doing stellar in that department also. I do like the direct to DVD stuff. The last decent one from Marvel was World War Hulk.

ElBaz13 12/4/2013 8:53:25 AM

And even then Laz, I didn't mind World War Hulk but it really didn't capture the essence of the series.

Plus with rights to FF cartoons somewhere else, they couldn't use Surfer and went with Beta Ray Bill. Plus the Illuminati did not have Reed Richards or Prof X. At least DC can do adaptations without limited use of characters.

I think Marvel/Disney has all of the rights to their characters in cartoon format now. Would be a perfect time to do Secret Wars,

 

Wyldstaar 12/12/2013 9:00:10 PM

I watched Heroes United last night.  I'm pretty forgiving when it comes to direct-to-video animated features, but this was beyond redemption.  I did really enjoy the unusual art style, much as Rob did, as well as disliking the bits that didn't share that same style.  They needed to commit to doing something different, and they just wouldn't do it.  Amazing art used to depict pointless garbage is just lipstick on a pig, though.

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