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The Death of Superman 2018
Description: When a hulking creature arrives on World and starts a mindless rampage, the Justice League is quickly named in to stop it. But it later becomes apparent that only Superman can stand vs the monstrosity.
Released: 24 Jul 2018 Director: Jake Castorena, Sam Liu Writers: Peter Tomasi, Jerry Siegel (character created by: Superman), Joe Shuster (character created by: Superman), Paul Norris (character created by: Aquaman), Bob Kane (character created by: Batman), Bill Finger (character created by: Batman), Marv Wolfman (characters created by: Bibbo Bibbowski and Cat Grant), Jerry Ordway (characters created by: Bibbo Bibbowski and Cat Grant), Marv Wolfman (characters created by: Cyborg and Silas Stone), George Pérez (characters created by: Cyborg and Silas Stone), Brett Breeding (character created by: Doomsday), Jerry Ordway (character created by: Doomsday), Louise Simonson (character created by: Doomsday), Roger Stern (character created by: Doomsday), Dan Jurgens (character created by: Doomsday), Jack Kirby (characters created by: Fourth World), Louise Simonson (character created by: John Henry Irons), Jon Bogdanove (character created by: John Henry Irons), Dan Jurgens (character created by: Hank Henshaw), John Byrne (character created by: Maggie Sawyer), Joe Samachson (character created by: Martian Manhunter), Joe Certa (character created by: Martian Manhunter), William Moulton Marston (character created by: Wonder Woman) Actors: Jerry O'Connell, Rebecca Romijn, Rainn Wilson, Rosario Dawson Genres: Animation, Action, Sci-Fi
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The Death of Superman Reviews:

Storyline has been done many times but this one exceeds all expectations. Storyline telling, choreography of fights, using rest of DC characters are pure perfection. I'm guessing next one is 'Reign of Supermen' because they did unbelievable job setting it up for sequel. The constructive squad behind this film could be given control over rest of the DC movies... but that is just a dream for now. I will watch this again and again, I finally got excellent Superman movie.


The Death of Superman is a story-line that Warner bros. And DC have over used in the last decade and a tiny bit, back in 2007 DC released "Superman:Doomsday" which is based off the same storyline and that was definitely a nice movie. 9 years soon in 2016 they adapted that story-line in live action for the first time in 2016 with the ending to Batman Versus Superman:Dawn of Justice where Doomsday shows up and spoiler alert kills Superman and that definitely was not done well. Actually in 2018, DC's recent animated venture adapts that same story-line in the Death of Superman, but the fact that it's been done before doesn't hinder the film at all,in fact it is probably the greatest ver of the storyline adapted to movies. Don't receive me wrong Superman:Doomsday is really nice and I still think it's nice but The Death of Superman has now surpassed that film as the greatest ver of this movie. One of the things this film does so well that tell ... Batman Versus Superman doesn't, is it makes you now care about the current death of Superman. we all know that he's gonna come back in a year but the reason it's still really emotional is because characters like lois and bibbo and his parents don't know that, and think he is dead and is never coming back. which also wouldn't matter if those relationships were not developed throughout the film and they definitely were extremely well which makes you now feel something when Superman dies and I must tell It now was a very emotional death stage when he died and I think a large reason for that is they showed how superman now was a beacon of hope to metropolis and how metropolis loved him and on top of that Superman is a really 3-dimensional compelling hero and an perfect ver of the character. so much so when he died it was emotional which is insane because you know he's gonna come back,which is basically the exact thing that happens in Infinity Fight although to a much smaller and less emotional method but still it's very similar. But yeah I give large props to this film for developing everything so that when the game now happens and Superman dies you now feel something more so than in Superman:Doomsday and method more so than in Bvs.This film had a lot of set up for the sequel but not to the mission where it was obnoxious,in fact it was the exact opposite whenever one of the another 4 supermen showed up like Hank Henshaw,Superboy,the eradicator and steel it was a cute nice how they subtly set up the sequel in the background,that's something I really liked about this movie.Considering a large part about this storyline is the war between Doomsday and Superman as well as the justice league,the action has to be nice and the death of superman does not disappoint the action in this film is bad-ass,it's amazingly animated and choreographed if that's how animated war scenes work,i don't know. but the action and the war scenes specifically Doomsday Versus Superman was nice and doomsday fighting the justice league was cute nice as well.So I've been praising the hell out of this movie, but there is one thing that I don't like and that is Lex Luthor. Mainly because his voice acting was straight up terrible,that voice actor just didn't fit the role at all and because of that whenever he showed up he kinda took away from the movie.9.5/10


After watching this, you will be wondering why Batman versus Superman didn't turn out like this. The war between Superman and Doomsday was beyond expectation. Plus this sets up the next animated film (Reign of Supermen) a la the MCU.



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