Superman: Doomsday
Superman: Doomsday (2007)

Inspired by the best-selling DC comic The Death of Superman, the animated feature Superman: Doomsday finds the Man of Steel locked in mortal combat with an intergalactic serial killer named Doomsday. Never before have two rivals of such… More

Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: September 18, 2007
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Critic Score: 57% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Jeffrey Lyles
Lyles' Movie Files

Easily the most disappointing entry in the DC Comics animated film catalogue.

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Stefan Birgir Stefansson
sbs.is

A more brutal version of the 90s cartoon.

David Cornelius
DVDTalk.com

One of the most disheartening letdowns of the year.

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Charles Cassady
Common Sense Media

Violent cartoon spinoff with classic superhero.

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Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

Timm and co. manage to create one of the better Superman films to date with animation that takes an edgier angle on the past Timm style...

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Brian Chen
Filmcritic.com

tries just a little too hard

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Kevin Carr
7M Pictures

an excellent summation of the saga, and in the condensed format, it's quite compelling

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Flixster Audience Score: 57% Flixster User Reviews
Drake Tsui
It's depressing to see all these traditional-outdated critics tackle this film arguing that it's "too dark and violent" for the Superhero… More
Conner Rainwater
While it is a lot better than the first direct to dvd movie, it still lacks the quality of other DC animated films. The voice talents were good, but I still… More
Everett Johnson
I really thought this was going to be the "Death of Superman" cartoon movie, just like the comic that came out in the 90's. While the first 30… More
Luke Baldock
I'm not a Superman fan. I feel he's too dated, too powerful and too goody goody. One of my favourite graphic novels though was The Death of Superman.… More
Manu Gino
It was very good and I enjoyed it. In Metropolis, Lois Lane tries to sell editor Perry White on a story exposing Lex Luthor's phony charity scam. Perry… More
Aaron Neuwirth
Grumpy Man: Yeah, like we really needed him to bust up the mechanical spider, right? Lame! Apply this statement to the entire movie. This almost makes me… More

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