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I liked Jim Carrys preformance as the riddler more than the cartoon one from the original series, the newer looking cartoon version is ugly. But i liked Frank Gorshin and Jim Carry.
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>Now that I think about it, of course the JL movie can just 'start up' because there simply is not the character depth and humanity within the DC universe to match the marvel stuff.<
Delgado, we've danced this dance before, so I'll simply say that in my opinion that blanket statement is not true on the whole, and is a genuine insult to some really fine work by some very talented writers & artists who worked with the DC stable of characters over the years.
Apr 11 12 6:24 PM
RIght off he bat, from an art direction standpoint, it looks like these two suits were made by the same person, which is either woven cleverly into the story or not the brightest of things to do...and Catwoman's mask looks...silly.
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Wich2 wrote: in recent years, Marvel has won in the Live-Action arena; but DC - hands down - has won in the Animated realm. The WB-stable stuff, starting with the Batman series and coming right down through to the direct-to-DVD films, has beat Marvel's work in that area easily.
And I even include richness of character in that.
Apr 12 12 10:45 AM
>just as Marvel's free wheelin' '60s characters were a reaction to DC's somewhat stiff status quo, so too does DC's animated output serve as lessons learned across the board<
That's exactly what I've been trying to say all along, Hal: the comics world is an interconnected continuum, and the brightest torch has passed back & forth.
In the Golden Age (barring a few notable execeptions) DC's stuff was generally just plain better written & drawn that Timely/Marvel's.
By the Silver Age, DC had become the lazy Establishment, & Stan, Jack, & Steve went fresher & took back the crown.
In the Bronze Age, the "Second Generation" at Marvel had descended to weak, almost-parodies of the 60's stuff, and folks like O'Neill, Adams, Giordano, and Orlando brought the cup back to DC.
Today (overall, comics/movies/toons) I think it's largely a dead heat, for the reasons you mention.
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