Under the Red Hood, New Frontier, Wonder Woman, First Flight
The Killing Joke and I really enjoyed Gotham by Gaslight
Death of Superman, anything with the Titans, and Justice League dark
Mask of the Phantasm and Under the Red Hood
Justice League Dark. but there are still quite a few I haven’t seen.
Mask of the Phantasm, Gotham Knight, under the red hood, Justice League dark and Batman bad blood
Under the Red Hood
Under the red hood and Mask of the phantasm really close second.
Once again a no-brainer: Under the Red Hood!
Batman Beyond- return of the joker
Flashpoint, TDKR, Green Lantern: First Flight and Justice League New Frontier.
Under the Red Hood and Justice League War
I broken between Mask of the phantasm and under the Redhood
Mask of the Phantasm.
If we’re only counting the Warner Premiere era, New Frontier.
It’s much easier to name the ones I don’t love. I think that would consist of Throne Of Atlantis and the Batman Unlimiteds, but I do like them. My faves (if pressed) are Gods & Monsters, New Frontier, Killing Joke, Wonder Woman, And Flashpoint Paradox
I really like killing joke, under the red hood, justice league doom, the superman/batman movies, wonder woman, batman and harley quinn, the list goes on. My favorite I’d probably say might just be superman/batman apocalypse(based on the superman/batman supergirl storyline where they reimagined her origin story). Jeoph loeb is one of My favorite batman and superman writers. In my opinion he’s one of the very best to touch those characters and i LOVE the superman/batman comic series(I’ve not read all of it but I’ve read the first 4 or 5 volumes worth) and i thought the creative team and wb animation(primarily bruce timm and his team) did a great job adapting that amazing story as well as michael turner’s fantastic artwork.
Since they started doing the direct to video…I would go with Superman/Batman: Public Enemies…best captures source material. Loeb was great at contrasting yet showing the essential nature of the Worlds Finest relationship.
Mine would prob be Under the Red Hood. With A Killing Joke as a close second.
Such a hard choice! I would choose Flashpoint: Paradox by the tiniest of margins. It was close to the source material, which was awesome, and they really focused on not trying to rush it, IMO. It was fun seeing Barry Allen in action (trying to recreate his powers was top notch) and Thomas Wayne in the mantle of the Bat transferred excellently to the screen.
JLA: War and New Frontier