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Re: DC Nation

Postby ironrod prime » Sun Jul 14, 2013 3:41 pm

Isn't sumalee the voice of arcee (i think she is but i just need conformation)
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Re: DC Nation

Postby Sabrblade » Sun Jul 14, 2013 3:47 pm

ironrod prime wrote:Isn't sumalee the voice of arcee (i think she is but i just need conformation)
Yes. She does a good job at differentiating accents between her portrayals of Arcee and Tatsu.

More info - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beware_the_Batman
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Re: DC Nation

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Jul 20, 2013 9:31 am

Now, with episode 2, there's something I didn't expect to see: A "previousy on" segment. Could this be a serialized Batman cartoon?

I think I'm getting more and more used to this Batman's voice, as it feels like it's getting closer and closer to the feel of Kevin Conroy's Batman while still being different.

Though, as keen he is at being a detective, he's not quite there yet with exchanging quips with his enemies.

Hey, it's Barbara Gordon. Voiced by Tara Strong, no less. And this version of Jim Gordon doesn't trust Batman, seeing him (or anyone who takes the law into their own hands) as not a hero.

Tatsu does not know about Bruce being Batman (yet), so that'll be interesting to see unravel.

Bruce also figured out that Tatsu is ex-military and has known Alfred since her childhood. Alfred reveals that she is his godchild.

Tatsu clearly does not enjoy being Bruce's chauffeur, and notes that this job of hers is only temporary.

Also didn't expect this episode to be so backstory-heavy for Magpie, since last episode didn't touch on the origins of Batman, Pyg, or Toad at all.

And now, Bruce has begun to test Tatsu. Pretty cliffhanger-y.
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Re: DC Nation

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Jul 27, 2013 7:56 pm

Doth mine eyes deceiveth me, or are we actually getting the first ever (semi-)serialized Batman cartoon? I mean, outside of the villain fights, the storyline revolving around Bruce/Alfred/Tatsu has thus far been ongoing, carrying over from episode to episode, complete with "previously on" segments and all.

Also, Anarky was fun.
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Re: DC Nation

Postby Wing Saber » Sun Jul 28, 2013 12:25 pm

Still haven't seen Beware the Batman. I have episode 3 recorded, but they haven't aired reruns yet so I'm waiting so I can watch in order (Same thing with Marvel's Avengers Assemble)
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Re: DC Nation

Postby Sabrblade » Sun Jul 28, 2013 2:45 pm

Wing Saber wrote:Still haven't seen Beware the Batman. I have episode 3 recorded, but they haven't aired reruns yet so I'm waiting so I can watch in order (Same thing with Marvel's Avengers Assemble)
Why not watch'em online?
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Re: DC Nation

Postby Wing Saber » Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:24 pm

Sabrblade wrote:
Wing Saber wrote:Still haven't seen Beware the Batman. I have episode 3 recorded, but they haven't aired reruns yet so I'm waiting so I can watch in order (Same thing with Marvel's Avengers Assemble)
Why not watch'em online?

Because full episodes aren't up yet for Beware The Batman, and Avengers Assemble only has the first two up, leaving one more I need to watch before I can visit my recordings.
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Re: DC Nation

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Jul 29, 2013 2:33 pm

Wing Saber wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:
Wing Saber wrote:Still haven't seen Beware the Batman. I have episode 3 recorded, but they haven't aired reruns yet so I'm waiting so I can watch in order (Same thing with Marvel's Avengers Assemble)
Why not watch'em online?

Because full episodes aren't up yet for Beware The Batman, and Avengers Assemble only has the first two up, leaving one more I need to watch before I can visit my recordings.
Where are you looking at?
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Re: DC Nation

Postby Wing Saber » Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:37 pm

Sabrblade wrote:Where are you looking at?

Their respective websites
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Re: DC Nation

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Jul 29, 2013 3:48 pm

Wing Saber wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Where are you looking at?

Their respective websites
You can watch them both here - http://dubbed-scene.com/index.php?q=node/2
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