Which is what he is referencing. It's co produced by Abrams. All those TAS vets but no Dini?
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It looked like complete ass, but I still contend Beware the Batman was a really good show. Batman in a Year One scenario, and great takes on Alfred, Katana, and Babs. (Best versions I've seen of all three characters in animated things.) And the whole season was basically an origin story for Batman and the Outsiders, and it featured a lot of great underused villains like Magpie, Professor Pyg, Mr Toad, Cypher, Anarky, etc. It's too bad this show never got a chance to grow into itself more like Clone Wars did before the plug was pulled.it’s been six years since the last Batman animated series, and 10 years since the last successful Batman animated series, so I’m willing to hear them out.
If you count Super Hero Girls as a Superman thing (I like spending time with Super/Powergirl instead anyways) it's pretty bubbly, fun, and optimistic. It's very ymmv though, since it's aiming pretty young with its target audience and is basically just MLP but DC Heroines. This definitely looks like something that's more appealing though, since they're young adults and ostensibly we're more of the target audience.I feel its been a long time since there's been a Superman thing outside the comics that appeals to me and this looks like the exact kind of think I want. Bubbly, fun, optimistic. Just a good time.
I know there are people out there who are red heads, and are sad that this or that specific character they like or identify with doesn't have red hair anymore. But that's by and large not who is complaining and getting up in arms over stuff like this. To quote someone I read elsewhere on the internet where people were being decidedly a little more coarse than "aw shucks":It's especially dumb when the title character, a buff god, is still white.
I have seen redheads a little bummed that ginger characters seem like the usual target to swap out, though that disappointment typically stays at an "aw shucks" level.
It's just terminally-online Twitter accounts and Youtubers who act like there's a Hollywood conspiracy to systematically replace redheads with black people. Where's all the outrage over Finn Witrock playing Guy Gardner? Charlie Cox as Daredevil? Every version of Jim Gordon prior to Jeffrey Wright? Every live action version of Jimmy Olsen prior for Mehcad Brooks?
I like how Luke was the one at the beginning of the episode who was like yo, you have to do this and this to survive confrontations with police officers, and then was dumb enough to do none of it at the end of the episode and got himself shot. Such a ridiculous 42 minutes, it was so ugh.The Most recent episode of Batwoman was THE COP EPISODE and it was fucking PAINFUL to watch.