Batman: The Dark Knight Returns animated movie

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Any other links to the sneak peek? That aren't blocked by WB?
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Bacon wrote:Any other links to the sneak peek? That aren't blocked by WB?

Enjoy it while it lasts. ;)

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Thanks a LOT man.
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Looking good and unlike anything that Frank Miller ever draw.

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Hopefully it's not as bad as the Batman: Year One adaptation.
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Cilogy wrote:Hopefully it's not as bad as the Batman: Year One adaptation.
That was awful. Red Hood was okay (3/5) and this... Dunno. TDKReturns is such a magnificent, daring comic book piece, I'm not sure they can handle it right. I mean, they have to aim at kids with these DVDs and Blu-rays right? So, a somewhat toned down violence, mature substance and larger than life themes... I don't see those in direct to DVD animated forms, I go and see a Christopher Nolan film.

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Cilogy wrote:Hopefully it's not as bad as the Batman: Year One adaptation.
That was awful. Red Hood was okay (3/5) and this... Dunno. TDKReturns is such a magnificent, daring comic book piece, I'm not sure they can handle it right. I mean, they have to aim at kids with these DVDs and Blu-rays right? So, a somewhat toned down violence, mature substance and larger than life themes... I don't see those in direct to DVD animated forms, I go and see a Christopher Nolan film.
Critics liked Year One, and so did I. Red Hood was fantastic. And they don't aim at kids. Have you seen Red Hood? Yeesh. Not for kids.
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Bacon wrote:
m4st4 wrote:
That was awful. Red Hood was okay (3/5) and this... Dunno. TDKReturns is such a magnificent, daring comic book piece, I'm not sure they can handle it right. I mean, they have to aim at kids with these DVDs and Blu-rays right? So, a somewhat toned down violence, mature substance and larger than life themes... I don't see those in direct to DVD animated forms, I go and see a Christopher Nolan film.
Critics liked Year One, and so did I. Red Hood was fantastic. And they don't aim at kids. Have you seen Red Hood? Yeesh. Not for kids.
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It still tends to loose that 'edge' from the source material. I don't know. Maybe it's all about animation quality. At some points it shines but in general, not a fan. Fingers (still) crossed for this one!

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