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Description: I loved the first Superman/Batman movie, "Public Enemies". And I love this one even more. It has everything that made the first one great while fixing some PE's flaws. First, the plot: a girl crashes to Earth in a spaceship and it turns out she's Superman's cousin, Kara. She tries to adapt to... moreI loved the first Superman/Batman movie, "Public Enemies". And I love this one even more. It has everything that made the first one great while fixing some PE's flaws. First, the plot: a girl crashes to Earth in a spaceship and it turns out she's Superman's cousin, Kara. She tries to adapt to her new life and powers, but is soon targeted to by alien tyrant Darkseid to be molded into the ultimate soldier. Superman, along with Batman, Wonder Woman and Big Barda, goes to the evil planet Apokolips to rescue his cousin from being brainwashed into a heartless killer. For starters, "Apocolypse" looks better than its predecessor. While PE based its animation on Ed McGuinness' ridiculous art style, this one tries (though doesn't always succeed) in imitating the gorgeous artwork of the late Micheal Turner, which greatly helps it. It also gives its characters more depth. In PE, a number of DC Comics characters just showed up almost randomly, many not even identified by name, let alone telling us about them. I watched it with some non-fan friends in the room and they were confused by the lesser known heroes and villains who seemed to show up out of no where and they didn't learn anything about. Here, we get to learn about many of the characters, at least to some degree. Fittingly, Kara gets a lot of focus let us get to know her well quickly and her relationship with Superman is quite stirring. It even benefits from more time. While PE was the shortest DC Animated film, this one is the longest (even if it's just by a few minutes), it makes good use of every second. However, it's not perfect. While most of the voice cast does a wonderful job, Andre Braugher is surprisingly underwhelming as Darksied. The spot on dialog would've sounded better and been more intimidating if they'd used Micheal Ironside or even Frank Welker, but Braugher's performance just isn't very menacing. It also drops a few too many things from the original comic storyline. One such unfortunate side effect of the dropped material is Lyla/Harbinger, whose death is treated with much sadness and importance by the characters, but viewers have little reason to sympathize. To be fair, the character had been so underused/misused in the comics that by the time the storyline happened I doubt many fans cared. But I can imagine her getting enough depth in the comics to give us more reason why we should be as moved by her death as the characters are. Other things I miss are Mr. Miracle, the Justice League's appearance at the end, and explanation why the Doomsday clones are such wusses. Though there are elements I'm glad they dropped like Batman fighting Darkseid and the Source Wall. As far as I'm concerned, this is one of DC's best animated films. It has everything that made "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" cool, while surpassing it in a number of areas. A great movie for any DC Comics fan.less
Starring: Andre Braugher, Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly
Genre: Animation, Action, Adventure
Countries: USA
Director: Lauren Montgomery
Release Date: September 28, 2010
Runtime: 78 min
IMDb Rating: Superman/Batman: Apocalypse (2010) on IMDb

3.46/5 - (912 Votes)




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Replies To Superman/Batman: Apocalypse 2010

A_Wise_Fish | 6 years ago

Great movie, the Darkseid scene (near the end) was probably the best part of the movie. Good animation. The best Batman and Superman movie I've seen so far.

Atomade | 6 years ago

top notch animation...great character design...nice job making the world look fragile. I enjoy watching Superman/Supergirl smash as much as Hulk! 8/10...Cartoons like these are slowly pulling me away from the Marvel world!

penny101 | 7 years ago

hmmmm that was a good film, with some nice action

nizwiz | 7 years ago

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. Darkseid, admit it, you love to hate him.

itsabouttime | 7 years ago

I liked it :). I loved it even more when they brought in Wonder women into the movie :)

Behemoth | 7 years ago

This was a good film, loved the art work too

Herpaderp | 7 years ago

DC Animations can do no wrong. Even had a cuss word or two for the adults. I like that the newer cartoons are violent and that violence destroys buildings and the ground and the trees. Blood on the face Bruce Willis style is very different from the old Justice League cartoon I grew up on. RIP Wonder Twins. Shout to Gleat! 4 outta 5

genx23 | 7 years ago

Best animated superhero film i've seen in a long time...AWESOME 5/5

kevlucko | 7 years ago

fantastic film, story and art i loved it.

Joeseethat81 | 7 years ago

This is by far my favorite...and I'm a Marvel fan. The action was non stop. All of the heroes had their moment to shine in this flick. Supergirl and Wonderwoman were Doooooope!

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