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  • #76
    I used to dream about an anime style Batman. Gotham Knight was almost perfect. I hope Emerald Knights is that good to me.

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    • #77
      What segment of Gotham Knight was your favorite West? I think for me, there was really only one style that I really dug, the rest where meh...

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      • #78
        Originally posted by W.West View Post
        This would hold people over until the live action movie is out on dvd though.
        OK, I can live with that thought process!

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        • #79
          Originally posted by lanternut View Post
          What segment of Gotham Knight was your favorite West? I think for me, there was really only one style that I really dug, the rest where meh...
          Hmm, probably Crossfire which was written by Greg Rucka, where Batman intervenes between two gangs. Or Walking Through Pain where Bruce learns to deal with pain. But I enjoy them all. Least of which the Killer Croc one.

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          • #80
            I'm excited for the GL: Emerald Knights, but I wish that if they were going to use that title, they should do a movie of that story line from the comics. That is my favorite storyline anyway.

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            • #81
              Green Lantern: The Animated Series at NYCC!!!


              SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9

              * 2:30–3:30 p.m. Green Lantern: The Animated Series Presentation/Q&A — Saturday will be NYCC’s “brightest day” as Warner Bros. Animation proudly unveils this new series coming soon to Cartoon Network and based upon characters from DC Comics. Join series executive producer Bruce Timm (Batman: The Animated Series), producer Giancarlo Volpe (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and producer/story editor Jim Krieg (Ben 10: Alien Swarm) as these creative forces reveal their plans for one of the most highly anticipated new animated series. Room 1A14

              * 3:45–4:45 p.m. Young Justice Video Presentation and Q&A — Join the league! Fans were given their first glimpse of Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis this past July at Comic-Con International: San Diego. But this panel will offer far more than just a glimpse, as producers Brandon Vietti (Batman: Under the Red Hood) and Greg Weisman (Gargoyles) answer questions from fans and show footage from this highly anticipated series. A one-hour special event of Young Justice will premiere in November 2010 on Cartoon Network, and the series begins in 2011. Young Justice is produced by Warner Bros. Animation and is based upon characters from DC Comics. Room 1A14

              * 4:00–5:00 p.m. Green Lantern: The Animated Series Signing at the DC Comics Booth #2243

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              • #82
                Sigh. Well I knew it would happen, but it is still a bit depressing to see it in type. Curse Cartoon Network! Siphoning off decent kids cartoon shows to leave broadcast TV a wasteland of card-game-based anime shows. I'm still firm in my decision not to pay for cable or satellite TV, but every time a show I'd LIKE to watch first run comes along on a cable-only network, well I have to sigh a little wistfully.

                At least there is a good chance my library will get it on DVD eventually. That's how I watched Justice League, and how I get my fix of Mythbusters. But it is a bummer to have to wait.

                If only I had a faster connection, I could probably watch on-line. Cartoon Network does that for some shows, right?

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by Mister Ed View Post
                  Sigh. Well I knew it would happen, but it is still a bit depressing to see it in type. Curse Cartoon Network! Siphoning off decent kids cartoon shows to leave broadcast TV a wasteland of card-game-based anime shows. I'm still firm in my decision not to pay for cable or satellite TV, but every time a show I'd LIKE to watch first run comes along on a cable-only network, well I have to sigh a little wistfully.

                  At least there is a good chance my library will get it on DVD eventually. That's how I watched Justice League, and how I get my fix of Mythbusters. But it is a bummer to have to wait.

                  If only I had a faster connection, I could probably watch on-line. Cartoon Network does that for some shows, right?
                  Netflix has a steady stream of shows which you can watch online, or even with a Xbox360/PS3. They're starting to obtain stronger partnerships with companies so they can release episodes days after they come out initially.


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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by JohnnyV View Post
                    Netflix has a steady stream of shows which you can watch online, or even with a Xbox360/PS3. They're starting to obtain stronger partnerships with companies so they can release episodes days after they come out initially.
                    In my experience, Netflix is best watched through the Wii

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                    • #85
                      Unless you want HD content.
                      The last fan of 1990s comics
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                      • #86
                        Does streaming actually do HD though?

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by JohnnyV View Post
                          Netflix has a steady stream of shows which you can watch online, or even with a Xbox360/PS3. They're starting to obtain stronger partnerships with companies so they can release episodes days after they come out initially.
                          I have no Xbox or PS3 or Wii, or any gaming system, and I ain't getting one any time soon, certainly not just to watch shows.

                          And my connection is too slow to watch streaming shows, in my experience. Plus, don't you have to pay for Netflix? I have no use for Netflix for movies or even seasons of TV series, as I can get those free from the library, so I doubt I'd be willing to pay just so I could try to watch streaming shows through my slow network connection.

                          Yeah, I'm cheap, I admit it, but at this point there is very little to justify my spending money on TV content, since most either doesn't interest me or is available free in some way. So yeah, technically my cheapness is to blame for my inability to watch this show, but that won't keep me from lamenting the loss of the days when quality, kid-friendly animated fare actually existed on broadcast TV.

                          These days, I only find three types of animation on my TV, educational (which is often really fun for what it is, my family loves Martha Speaks on PBS), more adult fare (like Family Guy, which CAN be funny, but often is not to my taste, and I am CERTAINLY not watching with the kids), or lousy card-game-inspired anime shows (which I haven't the slightest interest in, and don't want to subject my kids to, either).

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by Mister Ed View Post
                            I have no Xbox or PS3 or Wii, or any gaming system, and I ain't getting one any time soon, certainly not just to watch shows.

                            And my connection is too slow to watch streaming shows, in my experience. Plus, don't you have to pay for Netflix? I have no use for Netflix for movies or even seasons of TV series, as I can get those free from the library, so I doubt I'd be willing to pay just so I could try to watch streaming shows through my slow network connection.

                            Yeah, I'm cheap, I admit it, but at this point there is very little to justify my spending money on TV content, since most either doesn't interest me or is available free in some way. So yeah, technically my cheapness is to blame for my inability to watch this show, but that won't keep me from lamenting the loss of the days when quality, kid-friendly animated fare actually existed on broadcast TV.

                            These days, I only find three types of animation on my TV, educational (which is often really fun for what it is, my family loves Martha Speaks on PBS), more adult fare (like Family Guy, which CAN be funny, but often is not to my taste, and I am CERTAINLY not watching with the kids), or lousy card-game-inspired anime shows (which I haven't the slightest interest in, and don't want to subject my kids to, either).
                            you get what you pay for. Most of the good programs are on cable/premium channels.

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by W.West View Post
                              you get what you pay for. Most of the good programs are on cable/premium channels.
                              Unfortunately, most of the crappy programs are too (Ghost Hunters, I'm looking at you)

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                              • #90
                                yea i read that before. i cant wait ill be there on Saturday!!

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