This is as bad ass as it gets my friends.
Last edited by Lexrules; 05-08-2012 at 03:26 PM.
that was such a hardcore image Lexrules
seriously cool moment, heck a bunch in that series
they label me a villain cause of how I express my feelings
For many, there first real discovery of Superman
For me, the Superman Animated Series modeled after Bruce Timm's stuff will always be superior to the Superfriends material. It is difficult for me to watch those cartoons while the S:TAS is something I could watch again and again, along with JLA/JLU stuff.
If the shoe fits: "a crankly old man standing just on the edge of a crowd gathered for a concert and stamping his feet yelling at the crowd to stop having fun, that they don't know what fun is."
It's not about the quality of the storytelling, but as noted, many of us here grew up with that era of Superman. Right next to the Reeve films. And it's true for me, that was my first exposure before reading the comics.
The Ruby / Spears Series just felt better to me. He was a good mix of Christopher Reeve, Silver age and Byrne Superman all in one and the stories were always top notch with Marv Wolfman writing them. Also the Smallville stories to this day are up there with some of the best storytelling in cartoon form I have ever seen.