Yes! This is awesome! Teen Titans Go! fans could see this and go check out Justice League Action! Plus emphasizing that Cyborg is in the show only helps. This is exactly what I was hoping for. Pair the two DC shows together. Teen Titans Go! is immensely popular (since Cartoon Network likes to air it quite often to say the least) so let Justice League in on that action!I did see a commercial of Justice League Action it has Teen Titans Go Cyborg and Beast Boy watching it and Cyborg was dancing because he's in the show
The other day I was wondering if this 'Shazam Slam' story was a collection of four related episodes (or perhaps two standalone episodes and a two-parter), rather than a full-on four-parter, and now this clip seems to confirm it.
An update to your question now that I've seen it.Is the Hall of Justice the League's mountain base or is it something completely different ?
I was not aware of that. Interesting...
It is obvious that "Power Outage" occurs after "Shazam Slam"... I am now curious how many episodes are included in these overseas batches...
Other than the color of his pants, I don't really see much difference between it and the design they use on the show. Looks pretty cool, kind of reminds me of Saint Walker.I wanted him to look alien and elegant but still powerful. Tried to make him long and mantis-like but kept the shoulders broad and muscular for contrast, as well as to make him convincing in combat. Most of the other heroes are more traditionally muscular, wanted him to be a bit of a contrast.
Wow, what is wrong with the people commenting on this Tweet?
Are we watching the same clip?All_Mighto: Batmans voice is bad....
mrDirectorkid: batman Voice is not that bad.
TempusWare: I dislike Batman's voice but oh well.
This is probably the same comments that would be made if B:TAS premiered in the Twitter era. lol.Wow, what is wrong with the people commenting on this Tweet?
Are we watching the same clip?
There's unfortunately a lot of people like that. Many fans' overwhelming nostalgia limit them from enjoying new takes on properties they love. The reality is that this is a different time and so the series' creators are making something different than what was made before.So I came across a negative review video of JLA, and it made me want to facepalm in frustration of the reviewer nitpicking small details and his nostalgia over the old Justice League.
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