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05-15-2008, 06:01 PM
This discussion is for comments about the fan art UIR: Teen Titans, The Movie (http://www.comics2film.com/index.php?a=gallery_item&l=23077).
05-15-2008, 06:01 PM
Sometimes I WEEP at fans who only know Teen Titans and characters like Robin only from the cartoon. Hell, did they even call Robin by his real name on the show? Where the hell is Wally and Donna? I would be bull---- if they made a movie and based it on the cartoon and left these things out.
To be fair the toon was fun, but it had many problems and fell short. Due to Warner politics, for example, they couldn't mention Batman. Plus they renamed Deathstroke to only his name of Slade. (Though Ron Perlman was wonderful casting.)
Bah. DC is too screwed up to even get a live action version of the toon going anyway. They can't even get Wonder Woman and Justice League going.
Anyway, that's just my beef with the toon. Your work itself is good.
05-16-2008, 10:21 AM
Great work. It makes me want to say..."Who is Slade?!?! Who is Slade?!?! Remember that. The first episode? Ummm...errrr...moving along.
I laugh at people who weep at people who only know that TT from the TV show. That is how I was introduced to the characters. I think it was a great catalyst for us Marvel people. I am surrounded by DC guys at work. They introduced the DC way of life and I introduced the Marvel to them. All of that is because of the toons on TV.
So, if you are going to weep over something trivial. Weep over the people who watch reruns of the show but don't pick up a graphic novel or a comic book of the same show.
Bearbot, I am sorry that I have taken away from your work. That is selfish of us. Speaking of selfish, I like you to do something with the Judius Contract. I know I will be impressed.
05-17-2008, 07:15 PM
the casting is pretty bad(minus gaius charles) but its an awesome manip great job
05-17-2008, 08:33 PM
Like the case of the first two commenters, your manip has caused me flashbacks of some of the best TT moments, which speaks most highly of your work. Good to see you back, Alex.
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