History YMMV / DCAU

11th Jul '16 6:12:43 AM WhatArtThee
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* ViewerGenderConfusion: Granny Goodness is a woman, but the fact she's both visually based on and voiced by Creator/EdAsner makes it a little hard to tell.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids[=/=]WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: Lets just say the writers try to make it for both audiences.

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* ViewerGenderConfusion: Granny Goodness is a woman, but the fact she's both visually based on and voiced by Creator/EdAsner makes it a little hard to tell.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids[=/=]WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: Lets just say the writers try to make it for both audiences.
tell.
31st May '16 4:59:01 AM SSJMagus
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* CantUnhearIt: The voice acting of the DCAU is so iconic that its fans generally read Creator/DCComics in the DCAU's voices. KevinConroy as Batman and MarkHamill as the Joker tend to be the biggest cases of this (as each had been around since the DCAU's very beginning with ''Batman: The Animated Series'')

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* CantUnhearIt: The voice acting of the DCAU is so iconic that its fans generally read Creator/DCComics in the DCAU's voices. KevinConroy as Batman and MarkHamill as the Joker tend to be the biggest cases of this (as each had been around since the DCAU's very beginning with ''Batman: The Animated Series'')Series''). Despite several other Batman animated series being made after the DCAU and [[Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy a very well-regarded live action film series]], Conroy and Hamill remain the definitive Batman and Joker voices to several generations of fans.
17th Feb '16 2:20:04 PM Scraggle
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* CompleteMonster: Many, to the point that they were once listed on a separate page, and now [[Monster/DCAnimation make up a VERY large chunk of another]]. But {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} in particular stands out.

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* CompleteMonster: Many, to In true DC style, the point that they were once listed on a separate page, and now universe is replete with heinous villains: see [[Monster/DCAnimation make up a VERY large chunk of another]]. But {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} in particular stands out.here]].
17th Sep '15 5:20:48 PM nombretomado
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* CompleteMonster: Many, to the point that they were once listed on a separate page, and now [[Monster/DCAnimation make up a VERY large chunk of another]]. But {{Darkseid}} in particular stands out.

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* CompleteMonster: Many, to the point that they were once listed on a separate page, and now [[Monster/DCAnimation make up a VERY large chunk of another]]. But {{Darkseid}} {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} in particular stands out.
1st Apr '15 4:24:10 PM Winner1
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* ViewerGenderConfusion: Granny Goodness is a woman, but the fact she's both visually based on and voiced by Creator/EdAsner makes it a little hard to tell.

to:

* ViewerGenderConfusion: Granny Goodness is a woman, but the fact she's both visually based on and voiced by Creator/EdAsner makes it a little hard to tell.tell.
* WhatDoYouMeanItsForKids[=/=]WhatDoYouMeanItsNotForKids: Lets just say the writers try to make it for both audiences.
1st Apr '15 2:24:21 AM Hawaii_Knut
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* ViewerGenderConfusion: Granny Goodness is a woman, but the fact she's both visually based on and voiced by Creator/EdAsnwer makes it a little hard to tell.

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* ViewerGenderConfusion: Granny Goodness is a woman, but the fact she's both visually based on and voiced by Creator/EdAsnwer Creator/EdAsner makes it a little hard to tell.
24th Mar '15 6:21:59 PM TheLaughingFist
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* ViewerConfusingGender: Granny Goodness is a woman, but the fact she's both visually based on and voiced by Creator/EdAsnwer makes it a little hard to tell.

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* ViewerConfusingGender: ViewerGenderConfusion: Granny Goodness is a woman, but the fact she's both visually based on and voiced by Creator/EdAsnwer makes it a little hard to tell.
9th Dec '14 9:06:53 AM MrDeath
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* ViewerConfusingGender: Granny Goodness is a woman, but people unfamiliar with the DCAU franchise will have a hard time guessing in the animated version unless it's pointed out to them.

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* ViewerConfusingGender: Granny Goodness is a woman, but people unfamiliar with the DCAU franchise will have fact she's both visually based on and voiced by Creator/EdAsnwer makes it a little hard time guessing in the animated version unless it's pointed out to them.tell.
8th Dec '14 9:48:58 PM haloinsider
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* CantUnhearIt: The voice acting of the DCAU is so iconic that its fans generally read Creator/DCComics in the DCAU's voices.

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* CantUnhearIt: The voice acting of the DCAU is so iconic that its fans generally read Creator/DCComics in the DCAU's voices. KevinConroy as Batman and MarkHamill as the Joker tend to be the biggest cases of this (as each had been around since the DCAU's very beginning with ''Batman: The Animated Series'')
16th Nov '14 9:59:11 AM beack7
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* HypeBacklash: The DCAU is put on a high pedestal. Its descriptions of characters are called the ''definitive'' versions by fans. Every other superhero animated show (and even live-action versions) are compared to it. As a result, some people can be confused by the praise and find it SoOkayItsAverage. It doesn't help many other superhero shows borrowed from it, causing SeinfeldIsUnfunny.
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