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Superman: Doomsday

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Superman Doomsday (DVD)

In an epic tale of sacrifice, Superman battles the an intergalactic serial killer in a superpowered Armageddon--Superman: Doomsday. After Superman makes the ultimate sacrifice to save Metropolis by giving his life to defeat the foe, those who loved him the most mourn their fallen hero and friend. But a world without Superman proves to be short-lived when the Man of Steel mysteriously returns. Or does he?

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  • Actors: Adam Baldwin, Anne Heche, James Marsters
  • Format: Multiple Formats, NTSC, Widescreen, Closed-captioned, Dolby, Animated, Color
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG-13
    Parents Strongly Cautioned
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 18, 2007
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (731 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000PE0G0A
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,691 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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By R. Vashko on October 23, 2007
Format: DVD
There's good stuff to recommend in this DVD, but there are some awfully big caveats I feel one should know before buying:

1.) Straight-to-video titles rarely have the production values of theatrical animated releases, so know going in that the animation is no great shakes - a notch above the latest Superman and Justice League shows on Kids WB!, but not a huge step up by any means. There are some inspired moments of animation, but they are few and far between.

2.) Don't be taken in by the "PG-13" rating. I suppose slapping "PG-13" on it works to WB/DC's advantage, suggesting the movie is a "hard" Superman story that attracts the fanboys. But while it does contain some language, violence and themes that you'd never see on the Animated Series on TV, in relation to what you see in theatrical films, this is squarely "PG" all the way.

3.) There is no way they could cram in everything from the Death/Rebirth of Superman storylines into a 90-minute film. I doubt they could effectively squeeze it all into a 3-hour film. So there's no Justice League getting whupped by Doomsday, no Supergirl or "heroic" Lex Luthor II, no Steel or Superboy, no Cyborg and Mongul colluding to destroy Coast City. No Kryptonian War-Suit.

If you go in with all that in mind, the film isn't so bad. IMHO, they did a good job of condensing the essentials of the storyline into a single digestible story. Those who strive for continuity with the comic books need not apply.
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The first in a line of straight to DVD animated features adapted from classic DC stories, Superman: Doomsday re-tells the much maligned Death of Superman saga from the early 90's in animated form, and despite what many of the negative reviews here say otherwise, it works. The Man of Steel (voiced by Serenity's Adam Baldwin) is in love with Lois Lane (voiced quite stiffly by Anne Heche) and both are enjoying their relationship, until his world is rocked by the arrival of the murderous creature Doomsday, who is inadvertantly let loose by Lex Luthor (Buffy the Vampire Slayer's James "Spike" Marsters). If you've read the comics, you know what happens next, but the animated feature wisely ignores the Reign of the Supermen part of the arc, in place of an imposter created by Luthor, which results in an apocalyptic showdown. Being the first in a line of newly animated features, don't go into this expecting something among the lines of the DC animated series' that had come before it. The animation itself looks similar to what we've seen before (veteran animator Bruce Timm is heavily involved here), but the tone is noticibly different. The voice acting is solid (Marsters is magnificent as Luthor, while Baldwin is servicable as Superman) and the action is nicely orchestrated as well, all of which makes Superman: Doomsday an animated treat. This new two-disc edition has a few new features, including episodes from the underrated 90's Superman animated series, but there isn't anything else here that really warrants getting double-dipped for.
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I read the book/graphic novel over ten years ago, if I remember. This isn't much like that at all. Superman fights something called Doomsday and dies, then comes back to life. That's about all that remains of the original story.
Gone are the side stories about Superboy and Steel, which were very cool IMHO. Gone also is the interesting story about how Superman came back to life. The mechanics behind how he does so in this DVD are completely different, from what I recall.
Not bad for a fun hour's watching, but don't expect this to be like the original story.
I wish they'd have made the movie of it like they'd planned :(
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OK, I have to admit I am a relative newbie to the contemporary Justice League series. I am a huge fan of the original Superfriends, and up until recently hadn't really heard much about the newer versions of the superheroes I grew up with. But on one of the Superfriends DVDs, there was a preview for this movie - Superman: Doomsday - and I had to see what it was all about. And after seeing it....I loved it.

The story was action packed, suspenseful, and interesting. It provided a whole new perspective to the Superman mythos - that of a dark society and a group of villains who were not hesitant to kill innocents. The fact that this cartoon showed the degree of genuine violence it did shocked me a bit, but given the 'adult' nature of this cartoon, it was appropriate. The re-imagining of many of the characters was great, and the way the movie ended was intriguing as well. Overall, this was an enjoyable movie to watch, and it provided what I was looking for - namely, entertainment in the form of a new look to the Superman story.

Would I have liked a bit more detail in some of the story elements? Sure. I would have liked to hear more background about Lex Luthor and his plot to genetically engineer a group of Supermen. I would also have liked to learn more about how Superman is reincarnated. There could have been more detailed story lines, and more character development. But even without any of these things, the movie was still great.

To those naysayers, I am sure that if you really compared this to the earlier comics and the overall story line of Superman, there may have been flaws. But I would venture to say that the flaws in this updated version were no worse than the flaws in the 1970s and 1980s versions of the Superfriends.
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