[SPOILERS] Justice League Apokolips War: Where should the DCAU go now?

Bob_McMillan

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Lmao what a shit stain of a movie. Art style is uglier than ever, the voice actors STILL can't give a compelling performance, and the gore effects are silly. But hey, I don't think people expect much from the DCAU anymore. People always bring up that DC beats Marvel in the animation department, which lately has only been true because Marvel animations don't really exist.

And so that brings us to the question: now that they're saying goodbye to the New 52 inspired reality, what do you want from the rebooted DCAU? Seems incredibly silly that they're having another Flashpoint, but better than staying with what we have now.

The number one thing for me is to just have some decent fucking animation and art style. I can understand trying something different because they wanted to show how much Flashpoint 1.0 changed things, but its just not a good look at all. Way too overdesigned, which seems to have led to a decrease in animation quality.

Another thing for me is: can we stop having so much Batman? I love the guy, I love his decoys sidekicks, but damn we got way too much of him. And not a lot of it was good.

Lastly, decent voice actors please. There's maybe two or three characters whose voices I would hear in my head when I read the comics. What happened to our Kevin Conroys and Mark Hamills?

So what do you guys want? What specific stories or characters do you want them to adapt? Do you think they should still be an animated universe, or all just standalone movies?
 

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Can they just not use Constantine, please? Ever since the guy was returned to mainline DC comics all they've done is butcher him. At this point he's a caricature.
 

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I hope that, having touched upon a lot of the 'big' stories they move on to smaller character stories. Like that Justice League episode "Greatest Story Never Told" which is the entire League fighting off a world ending sorcerer...in the background as the main story is just Booster Gold dicking about
 

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I know alot of the DCAU movies have been hit or miss lately. Even the suppose good ones during the golden age I usually find okay, and fans tend to go way overboard on praising them, because Marvel does not even bother with their animated productions any more. Aside from Big Hero 6 TV series.
 

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This one seemed to be Edgelord for Edgelord sakes, although it has some good moments. Harley Quin and King Shark are funny. Estrogon as great. But otherwise this feels more like the dark age of comics back in the 90's.