Exclusive: Michael Goguen On The Art of 'Superman/Batman: Public Enemies'

Exclusive: Michael Goguen On The Art of ‘Superman/Batman: Public Enemies’

Screen shot 2009-09-22 at 12.38.29 PMThis week we’re bringing you lots of new interviews with some of the people behind the scenes of the new DC Animated DVD Superman/Batman: Public Enemies. Yesterday, we talked to screenwriter Stan Berkowitz on both adapting Jeph Loeb’s original story and possible plans for cameos in the film.

Today, we bring you an interview of a different ilk. Introducing Michael Goguen, who some may know by name, but most know by style. MIchael has been working in as a character developer and producer for animated series for nearly 20 years. He had worked on the original Batman: The Animated Series, as producing The Spectacular Spider-Man and another DC animated DVD in Justice League: New Frontier.

Michael was able to speak with us on animating Ed McGuinness’ art style (which is already quite animated) into something slightly darker and more coherent to the adaptation. Check out the interview after the jump, and keep it here for more Superman/Batman: Public Enemies interviews all week in preparation for it’s September 29th release!

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