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May 28 2007

Cover and some release details for Superman/Doomsday DVD. This direct-to-dvd animated release that features the voices of James Marsters and Adam Baldwin is set to be released in September, 2007.

Ooooo... yay! Uber-excitment here!

James has one hella-sexy voice, but has anyone else noticed that most of the actors (not all of them) just aren't as good in things that aren't Joss Whedon?

Maybe it's just because as I watch them do their thing, I'm secretly thinking... "You should be Spike. Where's Spike?"

Then again, type casting sucks. Alyson Hannigan pulled it off though, so yay on her!

I have uber-excitement about this. I love me some superman.
can't wait for this dvd i want to listen to adam baldwin and james marsters together mostly james but it is so great it is like a whedon reneunion because they have both worked for him.
GO JOSS!!
Even though I am not a Superman fan, I will be getting this for sure. If James is anywhere near as good as his reading of the Dresden File books, I know it will be a treat. Plus Adam Baldwin? Bonus!!
I'm not a big Superman fan but James Marsters' voice is the big draw. He inspired my love for Harry Dresden so who knows maybe he will make me a fan of the man of steel.
James Marsters voicing Lex Luthor? How fun is that? It's not quite enough James for me...it won't be until somebody wakes up and gives that man his own tv series. But it will hold me till P.S.I Love You comes out in December.
FaithsTruCalling said:
James has one hella-sexy voice, but has anyone else noticed that most of the actors (not all of them) just aren't as good in things that aren't Joss Whedon?

Maybe it's just because as I watch them do their thing, I'm secretly thinking... "You should be Spike. Where's Spike?"


Interesting point, FTS. Funny, I never find this to be true with Marsters, especially with his voice work. If you've never heard him read Jim Butcher's Dresden books, you're in for a treat. He really is adept at changing his voice in many different ways to accommodate different characters.

Although the animated Superman stuff isn't really my cup of tea, I will give this a viewing (if not a purchase--love me some Netflix!) to see how it turns out.

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