What’s more, the smooth, flat colours really create life-life side characters, which prove that nothing in the project has been given half effort.
Audio performances are also a stand out in the film.
Daddario and Criss are particularly fantastic as Lane and Kent, respectively, with Hurst’s Lobo also standing out as a devilishly fantastic villain.
Superman: Man of Tomorrow gives fans of the Man of Steel a nuanced and enjoyable glimpse into the early years of the superhero. While his actions delve into the vigilante, it is a lot more interesting seeing the hero stumble into doing the right thing, rather than inexplicably being excellent at it. Unfortunately, the story falls into its usual trends, putting Kent into a predictable and likely narrative that fans will no doubt see coming. Thankfully, the animation and voice acting are some of the best the series has seen. Alexandra Daddario and Darren Criss are excellent, and deserve another outing as the titular characters.
Superman: Man of Tomorrow is available on digital download, DVD, Blu-ray and Limited Edition Blu-Ray with Mini-figure now.