Superman/Batman: Public Enemies Blu-ray Review

Posted 11 years ago by Movies

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One word review: Awesome. For the long review, keep reading.

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies is the latest DVD/Blu-ray in the DC Universe animated line, and it is bar far the best they have put out yet (in my opinion, but I haven’t seen Wonder Woman yet). Before I get too deep in the review, let me give you some perspective. I was a very mild comic fan growing up, mainly just reading Wizard magazine and the occasional comic. I had graphic novels and read most of the classics, but was/am in no way a comic authority. Although I’ve always loved the art of Ed McGuinness, I never got around to reading Public Enemies.

That being said, I freaking loved this movie. Warner Bros. was kind enough to send me a copy of the movie on Blu-ray to review, so that’s what I’ll be talking about, but if you’re still into regular DVDs, everything but the HD and a couple extra Justice League episodes will be the same for you.

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Superman/Batman: Public Enemies Looks Awesome

Posted 11 years ago by Movies

I don’t know about you, but I think this looks awesome. I love the style, and I’m super pumped about he cast. Tim Daly is back as Superman, Kevin Conroy as Batman, and Clancy Brown as Lex Luthor. I haven’t read the comic, so it’ll all be new to me when I watch it. All I know is that a ton of superheroes all try to claim a bounty on Superman and Batman. That’s about all I need to know.

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies comes out on September 29th on DVD and Blu-ray.

Max Fleischer’s Superman DVD Review

Posted 11 years ago by Movies


Ever since I was little and I had a VHS set of public domain cartoons, I’ve loved the 40s Max Fleischer Superman shorts. To this day, I still think they are the best incarnation of Superman in film. The stories are simple, the action is awesome, and it takes place in the time that Superman was created, the time that he seems the most relevant in.

Like Popeye, these have been available on the bargain-bin DVDs for a while, but in horrible quality. I’ve gotten a couple as Christmas presents in the past, and I ended up throwing them away. Thats why I was super pumped when I heard that Warner Bros. was releasing them the right way. Max Fleischer’s Superman: 1941-1942 is the equivilant of the awesome
Popeye sets they’ve been releasing (and that I still need volumes 2 and 3) and it is just as great.


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