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Blurry textures, low resolution, uninspired story. Super short. Terrible
Poorly written dialogue, awkward animation with movements that look like something from the 90s. Blurry textures, low resolution,
Uninspired story. Super short. Terrible.
Every spoken line feels like something that is aimed at 2 year olds, and at this day and age, even 2 year olds won't find it interesting. Characters argue like they are pre school kids. and they talk too much, a scene that MIGHT have been OK is ruined by the character stating the obvious. Please shut up.
Marvel might have won the silver screen but direct to DVD animated movies and TV series belongs to DC.
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