Batman: The Complete Animated Series (Blu-ray w/ Digital Copy)

Batman: The Complete Animated Series (Blu-ray w/ Digital Copy)

Now in High Definition, all 109 action-packed episodes, 35 hours of crime fighting! The critically acclaimed, Emmy-winning series, that redefined the complex super hero to the Dark Knight that fans love today is now available in a Blu-ray set! Also includes 2 Bonus Discs of Animated Films Batman: Mask of the Phantasm and Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero!

Your Digital Copy redemption code is printed on an insert inside your Blu-ray/DVD package.

A Digital Copy is a digital version of the full-length movie that you get when you own specially-marked Blu-ray/DVD discs bearing the “Digital” logo. Owning the digital version of the movie extends your enjoyment because it enables you to download or stream your movie to a computer, mobile device, internet-connected TV, Blu-ray player, or set-top box.

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2 thoughts on “Batman: The Complete Animated Series (Blu-ray w/ Digital Copy)

  1. They did a great job on this new release and HD digital copy This newer repackage without the pop figures is MUCH better quality packaging. I was worried they were going to butcher the video and cut the top and bottoms off to make it widescreen, but I am so happy that they kept the original 4:3 aspect ratio and all of the picture in it. The work they did on the video looks great as well. Not nearly as much damage or DNR (Digital Noise Reduction) as I was worried about.I love WB to death for this release and hope they bring us Batman Beyond…

  2. Great series – high quality restoration – terrible packaging After seeing review after review talking about the shoddy packaging (arriving destroyed), I figured I’d order the “regular” no frills packaging (two blu-ray cases in a cardboard slipcase) rather than the Bobble Head (Funko Pop) package. Frankly, I couldn’t care less about those stupid plastic bobble-heads (which didn’t even exist when Batman: the Animated Series was on). If you ask me, Funko had a much better thing going with their “Re-Action” retro action figures. Anyway… another criticism I…

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