Wow...that guy is exhausting
I’m actually loving the "real" versions of these characters well over the "hand-drawn" versions, which looks like cheaper DTV animation; they could have made the traditional scenes have a bit more pop, like the first Jam.
All these characters beg the question, though: if everything looks so dire for the good guys and you have the likes of Superman, Iron Giant, The Mask, etc, on hand, they better come up with a decent reason why they don’t all just barge in and help the Tunes, maybe like being "de-rezzed" if they step foot on the court (but then still wouldn’t explain why they couldn’t taken them out while in their changing rooms...)...
Or am I already thinking too much into this? Yes, probably, but if you’re going to do this kind of thing, you still need "rules". Yes, rules are there to be broken, but if you don’t have an explanation for why they are there but can’t interact, then they are just there as fan bait spectators, and may as well be *anyone* rather than known characters.
Then again, since you have the likes of the different Jokers, Catwomans, the Droogies, etc, this does seem to imply that they know they are fictional characters in a WB-owned universe, and that they have to behave. Although that stil doesn’t explain how they all seem to have their traditional character traits and abilities...
Yeah, way too much thinking popping inna my head on this one. Ouch!