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He showed up in two epsdoies for 30 seconds each before they vamped him. I feel a lot like this is similar to the whole Terra was really developed!' argument. And just because you stretch somethng out doesn't instantly equal development. This is like saying Peter Jackson is the greatest director ever because his movies are 3 hours long. Development is like what Timm did with Barbara Gordon, by introducing her as Barbara Gordon. What Semper did was string along a plot to the point where even fans were making jokes about the long roman numerals. Leonard Part 6 jokes too. The mutation saga was mostly a joke, because it couldn't stop, and wouldn't stop. The results was an unwatchable mess that can't be re-run very well. And to me, the behind the scenes stuff is the most interesting, because it lets us know WHY bad shows ARE bad shows, and WHY good shows ARE good shows. If Semper and co. focused their energy on really really good single and two parter stories, they might've had something, and might've better focused their animation budget. They didn't. Hell, if Glen Kennedy could've nailed down a contract with them, with the way they never sent animation back, we might've had the most whacky Spidey ever. He showed up in two epsdoies for 30 seconds each before they vamped him. I feel a lot like this is similar to the whole Terra was really developed!' argument. And just because you stretch somethng out doesn't instantly equal development. This is like saying Peter Jackson is the greatest director ever because his movies are 3 hours long. Development is like what Timm did with Barbara Gordon, by introducing her as Barbara Gordon. What Semper did was string along a plot to the point where even fans were making jokes about the long roman numerals. Leonard Part 6 jokes too. The mutation saga was mostly a joke, because it couldn't stop, and wouldn't stop. The results was an unwatchable mess that can't be re-run very well. And to me, the behind the scenes stuff is the most interesting, because it lets us know WHY bad shows ARE bad shows, and WHY good shows ARE good shows. If Semper and co. focused their energy on really really good single and two parter stories, they might've had something, and might've better focused their animation budget. They didn't. Hell, if Glen Kennedy could've nailed down a contract with them, with the way they never sent animation back, we might've had the most whacky Spidey ever.

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