Jefimusprime's top 10 Animated Superhero movies Picture

To Destiny I am Jefimus Prime and in honor of Batman V Superman and Captain America: Civil War

10. Batman: Mask of the Phantasm: Although produced way back in 1993, “Batman: Mask of the Phantasm” is still one of the best Batman films ever. It’s not just that it has a compelling plot – although it certainly has that; Mask of the Phantasm was a 76-minute testament to the stylish storytelling power of B:TAS, encapsulating much of what was so great about that show in a slightly different form. Though there was Batman and the Joker, it introduced a wholly new element to the mythos in the form of Andrew Beaumont/The Phantasm, who later appeared in animated series tie-in comics and Justice League overflows with expertise in practically every area, from the unusual and dramatic shot compositions to the caricatured visual style and the voice cast that couldn’t be bettered. “Batman: Mask of the Phantasm” is clearly the work of inspired creators working at the top of their form.

9. Superman/Batman: Apocalypse: Heads up Superman/Batman: Public Enemies is not on the list, I just think that this is alot Better. Based on the "The Return of Supergirl" Graphic novel “Superman/Batman: Apocalypse” also includes one of the most powerful and impressive portrayals of the evil Darkseid on screen. The action sequences, especially those on Apokolips, are nothing short of glorious. But even they pale compared to the final showdown back in Smallville. It a better Supergirl movie then The Supergirl movie

8. Big Hero 6: Walt Disney Animated Studios first film with Marvel became the first Marvel movie to win an Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film. Big Hero 6 tells the story of a teenage boy Hiro who loses his brother in a tragedy but his brother’s invention of a care robot named Baymax helps him form the Big Hero 6. This is a group of geniuses who face evil and get to the bottom of the tragedy. This film works because of the creativity of Sanfransokyo, emotion of Hiro and Tadashi’s relationship and the appeal of Baymax. The diversity of the six is also very appealing. A very enjoyable film.

7. Wonder Woman: Long before Gal Gidot wowed audiences in Batman V Superman, This 2008 stand alone film was we will get to a good Wonder Woman movie, The amazing Amazon is given her due in the action sequences, some of which are quite brutal. The filmmakers excellently balance the character’s innate warrior spirit with her equally strong desire for peace; they also give the representation of the mythological aspects of the character a palpable mysticism. Keri Russell and Nathan Fillion provide superb voice performances, and the chemistry between Diana and Steve is a delight.

6. Iron Man: Rise of Technovore: While the Marvel Anime may be left to be desired but Iron Man:Rise of Technovore is surprisingly good. After War Machine is apparently killed in an attack, Iron Man is detained by S.H.E.I.L.D but he escapes and is pursued by fellow Avengers Hawkeye and Black Widow. Iron Man enlists the help of the ruthless vigilante The Punisher to find the evil mastermind Ezekiel Stane who gains possession of a powerful bio tech weapon called Technovore with intent on destroying the world. Madhouse (Trigun Black Lagoon) The animation is gorgeous and there is the feeling of world-ending plots and over-the-top villains that are more android than human in their actions.

5. Hulk Vs. Now this is kind of almost cheating. These are not necessarily one movie. It’s two shorts compiled into one DVD where Hulk fights Wolverine (Making it a better Wolverine movie then X-Men Origins Wolverine) and Hulk fights Thor. Hulk Vs. Wolverine is the standout, and sets a new standard in brutal cartoon violence (for a PG-13 rating of course). We are treated to some great Wolverine back-story, right out of the Weapon X storyline, some hardcore Wolverine vs. Hulk fighting (which seemed like a combo of Wolverine's first appearance in the Hulk comic and the more recent Ultimate Hulk vs. Wolverine mini-series) and some great appearances by fan-favorite villains like Sabretooth, Omega Red, Lady Deathstrike, and Deadpool. Hulk Vs. Thor was surprisingly entertaining, but being as I'm not that much of a Thor fan, I enjoyed the Wolverine story more. That's not to say this wasn't a good episode, and I ultimately enjoyed it more than I expected. Both films had excellent animation and fantastic voice-work. Good writing, all by people who were obvious fans of the core material. Both movies feature solid vocice acting from Fred Tatasciore, Matthew Wolf, Steve Blum, Grey Delise Griffin, Graham McTiavish, Kari Whalgren, Tom Kane Mark Ashton and Nolan North. I recommend Hulk Vs. It's two great stand-alone episodes that seem like they could be part of a larger universe

4. Batman: Under the Red Hood: The death of Jason Todd, the second Robin, was a seminal event in the comics world; “Batman: Under the Red Hood” is a sensational adaptation of the later storyline that detailed what happened after Todd’s death. At times harrowing and gripping, “Under the Red Hood” is a Joker story – but with a twist that gives the film its power. John DiMaggio is a fascinating Joker and Bruce Greenwood is splendid as the Caped Crusader. Brandon Vietti’s intense direction imbues the film with decidedly cinematic momentum.

3. Planet Hulk: While Marvel and Universal fight over a live-action Hulk movie, Marvel already adapted the storyline on the lips of everyone wanting a another feature film with Planet Hulk. Although the setting and characters might tax even Marvel Studios' pocketbook in live-action, Greg Pak and Carlo Pagulayan's story thrives in animation thanks to the work of Madhouse. Banished from Earth by his fellow crime fighters The Hulk lands on the planet Sakarr where he's enslaved and forced to fight to the death for the amusement of the tyrannical Red King. He soon forges a brotherhood with his fellow gladiators called warbound, and ends up being the planets chosen savior. Featuring an all star cast including Rick D. Wasserman, Lisa Ann Beley, Mark Hiderith, Liam O' Brien, Sam Vincent, Kevin Michael Richardson, and Paul Dobson, Madhouse and Marvel Animation managed to cohesively introduce a plethora of new characters while still making it a Hulk-centric story. Both the comic book and animated film versions of Planet Hulk stand on their own, but should Marvel Studios ever get serious about a new live-action Hulk film then they've already got a game plan sitting on shelves.

2. The Incredibles: Brad Bird’s highly original computer-animated film looks at a family of super-powered heroes – who aren’t allowed to use their powers and are Forced into living a humdrum everyday life, by lawsuits from the very people they protect. It’s of course about a family of supers who try to hide who they are but as is always the case those identities come out and adventure awaits. Syndrome is a scary villain, Edna is hilarious, the family dynamic feels real, it all works. The Pixar flick includes some of the most stunningly animated action sequences ever put on screen, and it’s a thrill ride – but it’s also an engrossing and amusing story of one very tight-knit family.

1. Justice League: Doom: Now you maey ask why is this no.1 instead of the Incredibles because, It's my list and I happen to like this film more. While Fans wait impatiently for a Justice League Movie to be Made, This Movie was arguably in my own opinion the best Justice league movie ever. Based on the “Tower of Babel” comics storyline into film, “Justice League: Doom” manages to bring together an impressive collection of heroes and villains. Yet it also manages to slyly keep the focus on Batman’s contributions to the Justice League, making it more than just a slugfest. When Vandal Savage steals Batman's Contingency plans for subduing The Justice League should they go rouge, he hires the likes of Mirrior Master, Metallo, Bane, Cheetah, Star Sapphire, and Martain Manhunter's evil brother Malethik as a new Legion of Doom to both physically, emotionally and mentally take them out one by one. Reuniting much of the Justice League animated series cast along with the returns of Tim Daly as Superman, Kevin Conroy as Batman, Susan Eisenberg as Wonder Woman, Michael Rosesenbum, as The Flash, Carl Lumby as Martian Manhunter and Nathan Fillion as Hal Jordan, Justice League doom also has Bumper Roberson as Cyborg and Claudia Black as the best portrayal of the Cheetah I have ever heard. With smooth high quality animation and a script written by late animation and comic book veteran Dwayne McDuffie and released posthumously. Despite fitting all that action and all those characters into just a 77-minute running time, it kept the exploration of Batman's role in the Justice League that made the original "Tower of Babel" an intriguing tale.

Honorable Mentions

Batman: Assault on Arkham

Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths

Justice League: Throne of Atlantis

Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles Forever

Hellboy Animated Sword of Storms

Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron

Avengers Confidential: Punisher and Black Widow

Dr. Strange

Green Lantern: First Flight
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