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I really liked it. Absurdly over the top both in terms of "mature content" and absolute silliness, which is kinda a weird combination. It's like BtBatB with a hard R... But it's fun.

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Harley ep 2 dials back on the gore.  It's still very, very funny.  Wayne Knight as Penguin only gets a few lines but absolutely kills it (duh).  Lake Bell as Ivy is absolute MVP.

 

I'm not sure I really buy Harley recruiting Dr. Psycho next week.  She's just ended a long relationship with an abusive, controlling partner...and she goes and recruits a nearly-Martian-level telepath driven entirely by hatred of and desire to subjugate women?    I just want them to hurry and get to King Motherfuckin Shark.

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Another Harley thought that deserved spoilers because it's a great joke:

 

Penguin being the kind of rich Jewish person who serves treif foods at a bar mitzvah is way funnier to me than it probably should be.

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D+ unsurprisingly has me bouncing thru Marvel and Star Wars shows.  Tonight was the Rebels pilot and "To Steal an Ant-Man" and I'd forgotten how good that ep is. 

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Harley ep 3 is a lot of fun. Love their take on Maxie Zeus.  Master Thespian Clayface is fun, and I hope the Queen of Fables comes back.  That said, it is a CRIME to set multiple scenes in Noonan's Bar and not show Sean, Baytor or Hacken.

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Finally getting to the back half of Tron Uprising, which I never quite saw in its original airing or its year or so on Hulu.  Holy shit this show has SO much casual death for a Disney thing.

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I remember Millar telling me this idea was in the works a year or so before it came out. The funny thing I remember them doing it as an imaginary story in the 70s. 

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I forgot to post the trailer to that. Saw it couple of days ago. So damn excited to see it happening.

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15 hours ago, Eivion said:

I forgot to post the trailer to that. Saw it couple of days ago. So damn excited to see it happening.

Looks good though I've never read the source material. All I know is a what if the shuttle carrying Kal-El landed in Mother Russia.

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The Spectacular Spider-Man is showing on Pop Max in the UK again. I think The Spectacular Spider-Man is one of the best Spider-Man things in any medium be it comics/films/cartoons. Intervention, S1 Ep12 aired tonight. It's the best episode of TSSM as Peter Parker struggles to be rid of the alien symbiote and the method he uses to overcome it is so well done. What a wonderful series cancelled before it's time.

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Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) is a classic. Definitely the best animated Batman movie, has a claim to be the best Batman movie of any type.

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This IGN video from years ago does a great job showcasing The Spectacular Spider-Man.

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Spider-Man, Mary Jane Watson and Gwen Stacy. One of the best The Spectacular Spider-Man episodes as Otto Octavius becomes Doctor Octopus.

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On 12/26/2019 at 12:25 PM, The Natural said:

Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) is a classic. Definitely the best animated Batman movie, has a claim to be the best Batman movie of any type.

I just watched that for the first time last Friday. My son (2) really wanted to watch a Batman movie, so I thought I’d go animated. Glad I did. It’s awesome. 

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43 minutes ago, Log said:

I just watched that for the first time last Friday. My son (2) really wanted to watch a Batman movie, so I thought I’d go animated. Glad I did. It’s awesome. 

Lovely. Thanks for sharing!

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I saw it in a theater I had all to myself. When it came out on video that summer, I went full evangelist and made everyone I possibly could watch it

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3 minutes ago, Cliff Hanger said:

I saw it in a theater I had all to myself. When it came out on video that summer, I went full evangelist and made everyone I possibly could watch it

Cheers for doing so.

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I LOVE this scene from Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. 

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Screaming Mimi and the Thunderbolts. 

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The Cat and the Claw Part 1 shown as the first episode of Batman: The Animated Series. Vividly remember both. I LOVE Batman: The Animated Series.

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Big GIF's from the 1990s Spider-Man cartoon:

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11 hours ago, John Austin said:

New Thundercats Roar

No. Just no. I'm out

I'm out on that thumbnail alone. WTF?

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I wouldn't even click on it for $100.

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