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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Best Batman Animation Ever

    This was by far the best animated Batman ever! I liked the artwork in the "Field Test" part the best. My favorite parts are "Field Test", "Working Through the Pain", and "Dead Shot".<BR/>I loved the detail of the city and characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    I love Batman. This movie is supposed to act as a bridging gap between begins and dark knight showing Batman go from brooding vigilente to city champion and a symbol of hope. Through six individual stories that link together to make a whole. Some of the stories are better then others but all are exceptionally voiced and drawn. This is great for fans of anime, fans of Batman or fans of great action stories.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not for Children

    Let me first say that this film Depicts Batman better than any other. it is very serious and quite Graphic. why it is in Children's is anyone's guess. i get tired of people calling Batman(and other superheroes.) Children's Characters. This film is probably the second best to come out of the DC comics animated films( Behind New Frontier). I don't really care for the fact that they were trying to tie this new film in with the new Batman movies. on that level, it dosnt work. it is more of an extension of the comics than anything. The Stories vary in quality. almost all of them are good and the great ones make up for it. they are as follows: HAVE I GOT A STORY FOR YOU: Various children Tell their tales of what Batman is really like. stories range from a strange Bat Shadow to The man Bat. I had a few problems with this episode. mainly the fact that The Concept was already done on Batman The animated series to much better effect. the Batman animated series used The Classic Dick Sprang Batman and the Frank Miller Batman as a springboard for the story. this one was just a mediocre ripoff. CROSSFIRE: An Semi-interesting story about two Cops caught in a gang war. Batman sort of shows up at the end and looks at them. it was ok. Batman looked a little weird and bulky. he also stands in the middle of fire for a very long time. which is impossible. FIELD TEST: Definitly the worst of the lot. the plot was mediocre at best and Bruce wayne was really ultra anime and looked like a girl. IN DARKNESS DWELLS: This one was incredible. first, we get to see some villains. Scarecrow and Killer croc are in this one and depicted in a very scary way. it was also quite graphic. someone is beheaded and they show it. the artwork is very angular and reminded me of the work of Mike Mignola. WORKING THROUGH PAIN: this one was very symbolic and full of metaphors. not for everyone. the ending will puzzle a lot of people. i enjoyed it. the PLot is basically a wounded Batman limping around in a sewer, recalling his training, and how he learned to cope with intense pain for long periods of time. DEADSHOT: The best of the lot. this one is the most inspired by the comics. it's also the only time that the character of Deadshot has been well translated on film. In Justice League, deadshot was always depicted as a Low rent thug...which annoyed me to no end. here, he is more like his comic counterpart. overall, i would recommend this film. Parents beware, this is for you...not the kids. as i have said, it was extremly bloody in parts. if you want a more kid friendly batman, buy &quot The Batman&quot . it's a watered down version of the character and the kiddies will enjoy it more. you wont though. if you are an adult, buy this one instead(and every season of batman the animated series)

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