Superman: Doomsday

    Movie » Superman: Doomsday released on September 18, 2007.

    Superman: Doomsday is an original direct-to-video animated film adaptation of the storyline The Death of Superman focusing on the supposed death of Superman.

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    Superman: Doomsday last edited by mshirley27 on 04/09/19 12:49PM View full history

    Scientists unearth a long buried crysalis and Doomsday is unleashed. Soon Metropolis and the world have to learn how to cope without the Man of Steel to save them.


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    3.2 stars

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    I want 90 minutes of my life and my 20 bucks back! 0

     Stewing This movie was a big disappointment for me.  I am a huge fan of Bruce Timm and when this DVD came out I thought it was going to be great.  I literally believed that Timm was incapable of making a bad superhero cartoon.    I didn't care much for the original story of Doomsday because it was so forced.  The plot points in the original story were continually convenient enough to make the story work.  This built up to the climax of Superman figuring out that the projectiles on Doomsday'...

    5 out of 7 found this review helpful.


    The GoodLex, some great Lex moments here. I loved the shooting Mercy in the head, some may hate it but this is a one time story I see this as a truly Lex thing to do. He would kill anyone especially if they interfered with his ego. I saw a previous review pointing out Mercy's long-time association with Lex and I see his point but really...Lex...loyalty...attachment? Not his style the only reason Mercy hasn't been killed in the past is because of continuity and fan's liking the character. Other L...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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