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ccs1989 at 5:02PM, July 11, 2008
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Jalford, it's a frikkin experiment. The point is that the design changes in each segment.
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Ziffy88 at 7:02PM, July 11, 2008
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but some of the things really don't explain such as some of the awful character designs. Also this is the problem of having multiple studios doing stories featuring the same characters but different designs but that could be forgiven. Unlike in New Frontier when the accidently made a frame of Louis and Clark in the Background in metropolis but they were at Florida during the same time
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jalford at 2:48AM, July 12, 2008
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They should've just done each segment as a whole movie. It would've been less complicated.

At least the WW animated flick will all be done by one studio.
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lefarce at 3:32AM, July 12, 2008
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Jalford, it's a frikkin experiment. The point is that the design changes in each segment.

When your alterer motive is to bridge a continuity gap, one would assume it's good to keep true to continuity.

As it stands this shouldn't be reguarded as canon in the Nolanverse, frankly. The ARG does a better job of wrapping up the missing time between Begins and Dark Knight. Also the liberties they took were just stupid, so there you go.

 
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isukun at 6:13AM, July 12, 2008
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At least the WW animated flick will all be done by one studio.

With their recent track record on independent projects, it didn't surprise me much when the actual character designs in that teaser looked awful. It's kind of sad, too, the voice work isn't looking so hot, but the artwork in the storyboards was great. Why couldn't they use those designs?
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Ziffy88 at 10:39AM, July 12, 2008
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what are you talking about…I thought they looked kind of good and some of those voice actors have decent voices for those types of characters(lets face Nathan will always be a cowboy even though he is Canadian) The promo for Wonder Woman had no actual animation just story board. Honestly the only really terrible design I think they had in a long time was Superman from Doomsday I guess they're trying to make him look different from the animated series but that didn't exactly worked.
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isukun at 5:47PM, July 12, 2008
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The promo for Wonder Woman had no actual animation just story board

Yes, and the story boards looked great. They did have a couple of shots from the color character model sheets, though, and those designs were drastically inferior to what I saw in the animatics.
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jalford at 12:50AM, July 30, 2008
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Maybe the DC Universe line will be the ones do the GL movie since they can't seem to do a live-action flick of it worth a squirrel-fart.
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