New Character design... - This character appears on one page of the story I'm drawing for this client. More info about this later... I just thought I'd share. Have great day! -sa...
Just Don't call them "Sidekicks"
Justice League Unlimited show, and Young Justice offers more of what you've come to expect. The animation, character and set design are all fabulous. Continuing the tradition of d-list cameos, the Guardian makes an appearance as the chief security officer at Project:Cadmus, although he doesn't do much but stand around and talk tough. The debut clocks in at about 45 minutes (once commercials are edited out), and moves briskly enough to have a nice plot, but slowly enough to allow for nice characterization.
Teen Titans Go! and just stick to the kids' in-costume activities, like they did in this debut feature.
Justice League Unlimited's flaws as well as its strengths. I have built up an immunity to these cats' tendency to treat all superheroes like they are equal in power level. You will have to excuse the multiple times Robin takes a body blow from someone with super-strength without consequence, and a Kid Flash (and Flash when he appears) that doesn't seem anywhere near as fast as he should be. I would also have loved to see more from the ghastly goon squad at Cadmus, but I would have preferred a 90 minute debut over a 45 minute one... but I'm not paying the bills, am I? All the inconsistencies can easily be explained away, or better yet, just ignored.
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