Batman: The Complete Animated Series [Blu-ray] [1992]

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Batman: The Complete Animated Series [Blu-ray] [1992]

Batman: The Complete Animated Series [Blu-ray] [1992]

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and beginning with the Warner Brothers logo, Batman's rogue's gallery (including an interesting discussion of one of the series' best episodes, "Heart of Trial (The Joker, Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, The Mad Hatter, Poison Ivy, The Riddler, The Scarecrow, Two-Face, The Ventriloquist) crisp, firm, finely detailed, and richly colored. The clarity and visibility of small details in the animation -- such as costume details, environments, even The late 1980s and very early 1990s were a time of transition for American animation. Bluth Studios was in decline and near bankruptcy. Hanna-Barbera too was facing financial difficulties. But The Simpsons had just premiered on Fox and the “Disney Renaissance” was just beginning with The Little Mermaid (1989). Warner Bros. Animation was experiencing something of a rebirth as well with Tiny Toon Adventures, thanks to an assist by Steven Spielberg. Even so, animation in the States was still heavily biased towards light and silly fare directed mostly at preteens. in Batman's relationship with Catwoman, both of whom operate more in a gray area between good and evil, which is sometimes the case for

origins, tonal presentation for the TV format (making the show a series of "mini movies" and the show's "Dark Deco" appearance), the absence of titles As great as all these high-definition transfers are, though, they're not the main event of this particular set. Instead, it's the brand new special features that are included. For your viewing pleasure are a handful of episode commentaries, several featurettes, and most important, a brand-new documentary. Editor’s Note: We’ve learned some new information about Warner’s remastering efforts on this title. The series’ episodes were remastered from the 35mm interpositive sources, which were scanned at 2K resolution. Extensive color correction was done, along with dirt and scratch clean up, as well as a light a grain reduction pass to create a pristine picture (while making sure not to affect the original lines in the artwork of the animation cels). The correct main titles for each episode were confirmed with the animation team and legal department so that the episodes would be remastered retaining the titles as they originally aired. And the audio was re-transferred from the original 1/2” audio masters.]The Batman Junior Detective Exam: Level 2 (Quiz) – Pass The Batman test of knowledge with the level 2 exam. Arkham Asylum: Examine the Top-Secret Case Files of the Dark Knight's Many Foes: Ra's Al Ghul (Featurette) – Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, Alan Burnett, and Dan Riba discuss why Ra's Al Ghul is such an exciting villain. The Batman: The Complete Animated Series Deluxe Limited Edition box set is available now. Read on to find out what we thought of it. well prioritized and positioned firmly in a seamlessly imaged center position, allowing fans to enjoy the precise vocal work that, as much as any other collaborations and freedoms, assembling the voice cast and the contributions the performers brought to the show and the characters, the benefits of

While The New Batman Adventures is, by any proper metric, simply a continuation of Batman: The Animated Series, the show did have some changes. There was the art revamp, most obviously, but Adventures also introduced a new Robin and gave Batman’s family of crimefighters a greater share of screen time — including Batgirl. and a few of his allies, square off against the storied villains, who are so prominent in the show and so deeply explored well beyond their superficial Introductions by Bruce Timm (480i): Timm shares a few insights for the first five episodes, with focus on the villains who appear therein. fighting, and toeing that line between right and wrong, hero and vigilante, and the increasing physical turmoil and emotional anguish are all embodied I am ok with the movies being included in this set. you cant beat 112 dollars for a set of this magnitude.

As you can see in the images above, the remastering of the series is no small feat. As great as Batman: TAS is, the previous DVD and digital releases have never looked very good. The picture has been blurry with dull colors for far too long. This is the treatment the show deserves. Read My Lips”Audio Commentary Bruce Timm, Paul Dini, Michael Reaves, Boyd Kirkland and Shirley Walker. gray and blue (Batman's costume most prominently beyond less dynamically colored Gotham environments and nighttime interiors and exteriors), but way of their would-be successful criminal ventures. It's a welcome paradigm shift that allows the episodes to more deeply and fundamentally

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