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More BATMAN previews. More HULK info

Your Comics2Film toon roundup for 11/4

By Rob M. Worley     November 04, 2008
Source: Various

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Hulk and Batman are returning to animation! Here's a round up of internet buzz on the upcoming releases:

'Hulk Vs' details and box art

Mania has the scoop on what fans can expect from the Marvel animated double feature 'Hulk Vs.'

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'Hulk Vs' gets PG-13

Marvel Animation Age reports that the two short films that comprise the 80-minute 'Hulk Vs' animated feature are officially rated PG-13.

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Thanks to Jim Harvey for the submission.

'Batman Brave and the Bold' clip

Teletoon in Canada is showing off a new bit of footage from 'Batman: The Brave and the Bold'. This opening clip from Episode 1: "The Rise of the Blue Beetle" finds Batman and The Green Arrow having just escaped from a death trap set by the Clock King. Now Batman reflects on his crime-fighting friend as they turn the tables on their captors...

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Thanks to Captain Sigma for the submission.

Ben Jones: Directing 'Batman: The Brave and the Bold'

November 14 will be have an interesting night for Batman: The Brave & The Bold for director Ben Jones. The series will premier on Cartoon Network at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern - Note the new time) that evening. One of the episodes he directed, “The Rise of the Blue Beetle,” is the one chosen to lead it all off.

Newsarama presents a Q & A with Jones about the show.

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alphan 11/4/2008 8:27:06 AM

About the Brave And The Bold: I have to admit that they've chosen a very good voice actor for the Batman. Reminds me of Kevin Conroy.  But that's all. The rest of it is as bad as I have imagined. And I mean "really bad"! Ah.... yes... and the score is also so bad, that it suits the picture well. This is kiddie stuff at best.

The Badman is back again. Worse than ever.

It's a cruel thought to think, that this series will survive another five seasons like "The Batman" did before. So another five years to wait for a hopefully better approach to the dark knight.



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