Do you want Tartakovsky for future SW cartoon?

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  1. JackG Force Ghost

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    Y'know, since you posted that, (it's great animation, by the way), I've watched a few videos of it from YouTube. What is the intended audience of that show? Some say TCW is dark for a kids' show, but this is something else. The Joker shot a teenager on a date at a carnival in cold-blood! I don't know, maybe it was the realistic animation, but I was really viscerally affected.
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  2. TaradosGon SWTV Mod - Like Palpatine with animals

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    He also slits a guys throat with a shattered coffee mug and gets a batarang lodged in his eye. So, I'd say it's for teens or adults.

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  3. TrandoJedi Jedi Grand Master

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    Its actually a movie, The DC Animated Films generally have darker stuff than what is seen in the TV cartoons. I wouldn't say its really aimed at kids at all. Teens and adults, or DC fans. I myself love all the DC Animated Films and wish Marvel would get the ball rolling with some quality animation.
  4. Gallandro Chosen One

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    No. I'll take Filoni, Paul Dini, or Bruce Timm thanks.

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  5. Esg Jedi Grand Master

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  6. Darth_Zandalor Force Ghost

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    Yes please. I'm still waiting for the people to complain about overpowered Force users while they defend Mace Windu and Anakin Skywalker making precision jumps from STAP to STAP over bottomless chasms. Or doing Mirror's edge jumps over Coruscant. Or defying the goddamn laws of physics by levitating down an exploding wall.

    Yeah, claiming TCW superiority for not showing "OP forcepowers" is a hypocritical stance.
    I'd still take Paul Dini and Bruce Timm as writers, and leave the animation direction up to Genndy. But leave Failoni out of it.
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  7. Darth_Zandalor Force Ghost

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    No, that's not how it worked. Shaak Ti had a number of scenes in ROTS that were cut for time. Her original death on Grievous's flagship was cut from the film because the Coruscant sequence was already running at nearly an hour's screentime before editing. So it was cut. Her second "death" would have been in the Jedi Temple, with Anakin walking up behind her while she meditated. Also cut for time.

    Claiming that the film editing process was the fault of a TV series is ignorant at best and idiotic at worse. The Microserie's development time was nowhere near as long or as complicated as ROTS's. All of the filming had been done by the time season 2 of CW was airing, and they were heavily into post production and editing.

    DC Animated Films series is generally a lot darker than the Animated Universe. Personal favorite of mine is Under the Red Hood. Neil Patrick Harris as Nightwing and John DiMaggio as the Joker? Oh yes.
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  8. TrandoJedi Jedi Grand Master

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    How about all of the above? At the same time? With Tartakovsky? :D

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    Seriously though Paul Dini and Bruce Timm would be amazing.
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  9. Darth_Zandalor Force Ghost

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    Dini wrote the Mandalore trilogy from season 2.
  10. TrandoJedi Jedi Grand Master

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    :eek: I had no idea.
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