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McFarlane Toys Batman 1966 Retro Figures and Toys
sh9000 posted a topic in Anime or Science Fictionhttps://news.toyark.com/2021/06/04/mcfarlane-toys-batman-1966-retro-6-inch-figures-revealed-430563 The articulation in the legs is like that so that the figures can sit in the Batmobile. If McFarlane gets to releasing a 1/12 scale 1989 Batman later then maybe there’s a chance that there will be a 1/12 scale Batmobile release as well. I’d buy one for sure.
Joker: Folie à Deux (Joker 2)
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Batman The Animated Series
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DC Joker Movie
Old_Nash posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionI started a joke which started the whole world crying... or leading to madness
Batman: The Killing Joke
areaseven posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionOne of the most controversial graphic novels of all time finally gets animated. Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's Batman: The Killing Joke is produced by Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series) and directed by Sam Liu (Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, Batman: Year One), and will feature the following voices: Kevin Conroy as Bruce Wayne/Batman (since 1992) Mark Hamill as The Joker (who else?) Tara Strong as Barbara Gordon (reprising role from Beware the Batman and Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman) Ray Wise (Nash in RoboCop, Perry White in Superman: Doomsday) as Commissioner Gordon As with other adapted works, Alan Moore refuses to be credited in this film. The film will be rated R and is slated for a July release. A Sneak Peek at Batman: The Killing Joke
Batman: Assault on Arkham
areaseven posted a topic in Anime or Science FictionBatman: Assault on Arkham DC Comics/Warner Bros. Animation, 2014 Directed by Jay Oliva (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Justice League: War) and Ethan Spaulding (Avatar: The Last Airbender) Based upon characters created by Bob Kane (1915-1998), Bill Finger (1914-1974), and DC Comics. Running Time: 76 minutes Rated PG-13 for graphic violence, slight nudity, sexual situations, and strong language. Cast Kevin Conroy (THE animated Batman) as Bruce Wayne/Batman Neil McDonough (Dum Dum Dugan in Captain America: The First Avenger, M. Bison in Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li) as Floyd Lawton/Deadshot Hynden Walch as Dr. Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn Matthew Gray Gubler (Simon in Alvin and the Chipmunks) as Edward Nygma/Riddler Troy Baker (Joel in The Last of Us, Ocelot in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain) as The Joker C. C. H. Pounder (Mo'at in Avatar, Angela in ER) as Amanda Waller Greg Ellis (Lt. Groves in Pirates of the Caribbean, Rocket Raccoon in Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes) as George Harkness/Captain Boomerang Giancarlo Esposito (Cassius Clay, Sr. in Ali, Ra's al Ghul in Son of Batman) as Eric Needham/Black Spider John DiMaggio (Crosshairs in Transformers: Age of Extinction, The Joker in Batman: Under the Red Hood) as Nanaue/King Shark Jennifer Hale (Elektra in Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, Starfire in Superman/Batman: Public Enemies) as Louise Lincoln/Killer Frost Nolan North (Raphael in TMNT, Ant-Man in Ultimate Avengers) as Anatoly Knyazev/KGBeast and Oswald Cobblepot/Penguin Chris Cox (Star-Lord in Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Deadshot in Batman: Arkham City) as Commissioner James Gordon Martin Jarvis as Alfred Pennyworth Christian Lanz as Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow Synopsis Batman barges in on a capture operation headed by government agent Amanda Waller and sends the Riddler back to Arkham Asylum. In response, Waller assembles Task Force X - a ragtag band of assassins, villains, and convicts assigned to sneak into Arkham and retrieve the Riddler's cane, which contains top-secret information about the Suicide Squad. Failure to cooperate will result in their self-destruction via explosives implanted in their necks. At the same time, the team must be careful not to attract the Dark Knight's attention. "Yahtzee!" Story: B At last, a full-length animated feature about DC's much talked-about antihero team Suicide Squad. But there's a catch: In order for DC to make quick bucks out of it, they marketed it as a Batman feature - despite the Caped Crusader not actually being the main focus of the story. In addition, it's a side-story to the acclaimed Batman: Arkham video game series. Assault on Arkham does a pretty good job at inserting humor between the main characters and having them interact with Batman and members of his Rogues Gallery. As with nearly all superhero or supervillain teams, there are tensions between members of Task Force X - especially between Deadshot and Captain Boomerang. There are even some Easter Eggs to look out for within Arkham. Compared to other DC animated features, this one borderlines on the R rating due to a lot of fan service, courtesy of Harley Quinn and Killer Frost. Animation: B- In contrast to Bruce Timm's iconic cartoon art, Assault on Arkham is drawn in a more realistic, comic book style. It's a case of love-it or hate-it, as it displays average Korean-made artwork and animation. The idea of Batman fighting a black-ops team in the beginning is great, but the execution leaves much to be desired due to erratic pacing and framerates. The battle between Batman and Task Force X is pretty intense, though. Soundtrack: C+ The background music by Robert J. Kral (Superman: Doomsday, Green Lantern: First Flight) is just that - background music, as it's generic and hardly noticeable throughout the film. The Bottom Line Despite not really having Batman most of the time, Batman: Assault on Arkham is a good rental for those who are itching to know more about the Suicide Squad before they make their big screen debut in 2016. "Don't call me pudding!" References The Internet Movie Database