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Sneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse

02 Jan 2013
chrisdvanne 1 Comments

Sneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, introduced by Summer Glau

 

Here's a series of four exclusive clips made for the release of the DC Comics animated movie Superman/Batman: Apocalypse on Amazon, featuring the voice actors Kevin Conroy (Batman), Andre Braugher (Darkseid) and Summer Glau (Supergirl).

 

Sneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, introduced by Summer Glau

Sneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, introduced by Summer GlauSneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, introduced by Summer GlauSneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, introduced by Summer Glau

Sneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, introduced by Summer GlauSneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, introduced by Summer GlauSneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, introduced by Summer Glau

 

Sneak peek on Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, introduced by Kevin Conroy

 

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse - Interview with Kevin Conroy

 

Superman/Batman: Apocalypse - Interview with Andre Braugher 

 

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Total comments: 1

  Message #1 | KevinInEngland | 02 Jan 2013, 23:16 GMT



Nice one. The video's took a while to load but I was able to watch them. The 1st first, the 4th second, the 3rd third and the 2nd fourth. They all ran fine.
I was impressed, as always with voice-overs, of the actors involved.
Summer was not Summer in her role of Supergirl, which she oratoriod fantastically. Eerily fantastically in fact. I was so impressed I was amazed.
I do in fact have the DVD, even if it was stolen along with lots of other stuff, and held at a police-station awaiting return after the sentencing of the drug-peddler.
I thought the DVD film was quite good but to be honest, I myself preferred the humanistic nature of Summer's character (and the other female), more than the final OTT exorbitant action. Still, that is why we are fans of Summer.



 
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