Doomsday was created on prehistoric Krypton thousands of years ago by a scientist named Bertron as a bio-mechanical super-soldier and living weapon of mass destruction. This process involved Bertron cross-breeding the artificial birth of a Kryptonian hybrid, left to fend for itself in the more harshest environments of the Kryptonian wilderness with creature killed and its genetic material.
The Inventor is the main antagonist of the 1941 Superman animated cartoon The Mechanical Monsters. This greedy scientist invented the titular robots to rob loot a bank and a jewel exhibition. At the National Bank in Metropolis, a giant robot robs the bank. Extending its' wings, it flies off to the lair of the villain who invented it, a greedy scientist. The scientist collects the money that.
Voiced by Bud Collyer, Superman appeared in seventeen original cartoon classics created by Fleischer Studios from 1941 to 1943, starting with Superman (aka The Mad Scientist) The Arctic Giant The Mechanical Monsters.
Superman Vs. The Monsters And Villains. The first to create cartoons by tracing live action footage, producer Max Fleischer and his brother, director Dave Fleischer, used this patented invention to revolutionize animation. More than 600 artists and technicians were employed on each cartoon to bring this magic to the screen, so prepare to be amazed by some of the most dazzling special effects.
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The Fleischer Superman cartoons are a series of seventeen animated short films released in Technicolor by Paramount Pictures and based upon the comic book character Superman, making them his first animated appearance. They were originally produced by Fleischer Studios, who completed the initial short and eight further cartoons in 1941 and 1942.Production was assumed in May 1942 by Famous.
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It's hard to imagine that just years ago, fans dreamed of seeing the stories of both the Transformers and The Terminator saga return to blockbuster movie theaters. The results since then haven't been much better than the success rate of an actual Terminator.But those who have enjoyed IDW and Dark Horse's offerings along the way already know: the best Terminator stories are in the comics, anyway.