Why do these always have to be framed as a VS situation? I know they're going to fight a bit like they always do, but that' snot what the movie is going to be about. The US should start using the "X/Cross" thing more (eg "Batman X TMNT").
It's so strange to see Warner and Viacom work on a project together since the former makes shows for Cartoon Network. Guess it shouldn't be too surprising. They had a show on Disney XD a while back, Right now kapow or something.
Fuck Marvel. DC has been doing this for decades.
Though I will not bring up the glory that was : X-Men vs Star Trek because only DC does crossovers apparently due to their desperation and forgetting the fact that DC animated releases have shit all over Marvel animation.
It was quite fun!
And I'm not saying this in a bad way but those end credits were my favorite thing.
I wish I had some of those fake covers as posters, just beautiful.
The artstyle worked really well for what they were going for. The first half of the film looked a bit cheap but was very funny, good interactions between the Bat family and the TMNT. They kinda lost me during the Arkham scene which I thought was a bit lame but the movie recovered after that. Animation-wise, the final scenes looked really good compared to other recent DC animated films.
Some great gags in there and that goes without saying but you could tell that this was made by a bunch of fans, the amount of references was staggering.
I'd say I enjoyed it more than the comic despite the obvious visual downgrade.
Also, congrats to Troy Baker for playing both Batman and the Joker lol.