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  • Actors: Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy
  • Directors: Bruce W. Timm
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 24, 2006
  • Run Time: 280 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (105 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CSTK42
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,363 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Batman Beyond: Season 1 (DC Comics Classic Collection)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 13 episodes on two discs
  • Commentary by creators on two episodes
  • Inside Batman Beyond: meet series creators
  • Music of the Knight: score-only versions of key scenes

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Product Description

Terry McGinnis was just an ordinary teenager...until his father was mysteriously murdered. Suspecting foul play at his father's company Wayne/Powers Corporation, Terry meets Bruce Wayne and learns a secret identity hidden for decades. Now too old to battle injustice, Wayne refuses to help. So Terry does what any brash young kid would do: steal the Batsuit and take matters into his own hands! Vowing to avenge his father's death, Terry dons the high-tech suit ? tricked out with jetpacks, a supersensitive microphone and even camouflage capabilities ? in search of his father's assassin. Get in on the action from the beginning of a new partnership between an ex-crimefighter and his apprentice.

DVD Features:
Audio Commentary:Rebirth, Pt.1 Audio Commentary: Audio Commentary with Bruce Timm- Producer, Alan Burnett- Producer, Paul Dini- Producer, Glenn Murakami- Producer, and Curt Geda- Director Shriek Audio Commentary: Audio Commentary with Bruce Timm- Producer, Alan Burnett- Producer, Glenn Murakami- Producer, Curt Geda- Director, and Stan Berkowitz- Writer
Interviews:Inside Batman Beyond: Every Batman fan wishes they could sit at a table with it?s creators of the series. Well, now here?s a chance for that to take place with a few surprises
Music Only Track:Music of The Knight: Bruce Timm intro?s the music from five key scenes of Batman Beyond as you choose which one you would like to hear with dramatic music only


Batman Beyond was the futuristic follow-up to the acclaimed Batman: The Animated Series from the team of Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, Andrea Romano, and others (though less self-winking for comics fans than that series). High school kid Terry McGinnis's run-in with a biker gang called the Jokers leads to a chance encounter with a rich recluse named Bruce Wayne. McGinnis soon discovers that 20 years ago Wayne was Batman, but has since retired from active duty. Not getting any help from Wayne, McGinnis swipes the Bat suit--now tricked-up with enhanced strength, flight capability, and nifty gadgets--and sets out to right a wrong perpetrated by his father's former business partner, Derek Powers. Subsequent adventures in the 13-episode season deal with some teen hang-ups as well as supervillains, who are mostly new except for Bane and Mr. Freeze. Excellent voice work is by Will Friedle (McGinnis), Kevin Conroy (continuing his role from Batman: The Animated Series), Stockard Channing (as Commissioner Barbara Gordon), and guest stars including Star Trek's George Takei. --David Horiuchi

Customer Reviews

Highly recommend it to Batman fans or cartoon fans.
A. Pierre
The stories are well written and the actors chosen for the character voices are great.
Underground Reborn
Bruce Wayne is now an old man and has retired from being Batman.
William J. Granger

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65 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Servo VINE VOICE on February 23, 2006
Format: DVD
Gotham, the future. Dark Knight Terry McGinnis and his mentor Bruce Wayne fight to rid the city of the criminal element which infests it. Armed with a high-tech Batsuit, a hover-converted Batmobile and the vast training and guidance of the original Batman, McGinnis transcends the Batman legacy as a new hero for a new era.

It may have been created [by the producers of "Batman: The Animated Series" at the request of Warner Bros.] to attract a new generation of viewers by injecting the dark detective with new, younger blood, but the futuristic "Batman Beyond" (like Batman: TAS) was a show for Batfans of all ages. Ironically, much of Batman Beyond's charm can be attributed to the generation gap between Terry and Bruce as displayed in "Dead Man's Hand" where they clash over their pursuit of the Royal Flush Gang. One of whom (Melanie/Ten) Terry has romantic feelings for and later reluctantly places into police custody. "This sort of thing ever happen to you?," Terry asks. Bruce warmly smiles with "Let me tell you about a woman named Selina Kyle." Great stuff. Batman Beyond was a cool series that featured the phenomenal voice talents of Will Friedle (Boy Meets World), Kevin Conroy (Batman: TAS), Lauren Tom (Superman: TAS), Teri Garr (Mr. Mom), and Sherman Howard (Superboy); first-rate scripts; frenetic action; and one of TV's coolest opening main titles; Not to mention sensational main title and score music by Kristopher Carter.

Previously released as single disc individual episode releases, Warner Home Video finally delivers Batman Beyond - The Complete First Season DVD on March 21st! The 2-disc set features all 13 episodes from the first season; Full Frame (1.
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80 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Simon on December 19, 2005
Format: DVD
A long time coming, I'm so glad Warner Bros has finally decided to give us box sets of this show. We get all 13 season 1 episodes here, which introduce us to the new Batman Terry McGinnis, and also most of his major foes: Shriek, Spellbinder, Curare, Inque, a new Royal Flush Gang, and also Derek Powers/Blight, the show's Lex Luthor equivalent. Also notable are revelations to past Batman villains, namely Mr. Freeze and Bane.

If you liked the recent animated Batman volume sets, Batman Beyond is worth checking out. True it's a new take on Batman, but it's also one that adds to the continuity of the classic shows and portrays the same mature sensabilities, sharp dialogue, and fun action we got before. Old Bruce Wayne is a cranky extension of his younger self, and his relationship with Terry is a new dynamic not seen with the previous Robins or Batgirl. Considering that this series originated as KidsWB wanting to sell more toys and appeal to "younger demographics," it says something that not only does this show not destroy the Batman legacy, but in fact enriches it and gives the Timm/Dini/Burnett collaboration something they can proudly call their own.

This set will include commentaries, interviews, and even a music-only track. I should note that this set only includes 1 episode that has not been released to dvd in some form so far. If you bought the previous releases, you technically own most of the content already. However, having a box set is such a nice way to own this series that I'd recommend you sell those discs off in preparation for this one and prepare for Batman...Beyond.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 8, 2006
Format: DVD
Despite what others may say about this show, make no mistake that Batman Beyond is pure animated bliss for comic fans. When an aging Bruce Wayne (once again voiced by Kevin Conroy, now sounding aged and sardonic) hangs up the cape and cowl, he becomes the reluctant mentor to young Terry McGiness (voiced by Will Friedle); a resourceful and revenge driven teen whose father has been murdered. With a new, high tech Bat-suit and fancy, futuristic gadgets, Batman Beyond was a smashing new foray into the Batman mythos brought to us by Batman: The Animated Series vets Paul Dini and Bruce Timm. This new Batman also finds a strong rogue gallery in the tradition of the classic Batman, including the shape shifting Inque, Shriek, Spellbinder, the Royal Flush Gang, and a returning Mr. Freeze as well. Sadly, Batman Beyond didn't go down very well with a majority of Bat-fans, but the show really was something special, and it's lightyears beyond the current Batman animated incarnation, The Batman.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Yan on January 1, 2006
Format: DVD
It's a pity that WB cancelled the show after only three seasons.

Batman Beyond is an extension of Batman. It takes place 20 or so years after Bruce Wayne, the original Batman, retires. Terry McGinnis is a teenager in high school who accidentally stumbles upon the Batcave while helping Mr. Wayne. Fast forward and obviously Terry manages to become Batman with Bruce Wayne as his mentor and ally...like another Alfred only not as nice. BB is about Terry managing his social life and his Batman life and the tribulations that come with being a superhero.

At first, I doubted if BB would ever be able to top the old Batman cartoons; especially with a teenager as the Bat. Worked out just fine though. Batman Beyond is impressive. It stayed true to the old Batman but was still able to stay original and fresh. BB is definitely not the old Batman but it is just as entertaining.

With the introduction of many new villains (Inque, Shriek, Kobra, etc.) and the return of some old (Mr. Freeze, the Joker...kind of), the aging of a cranky but still sharp Bruce Wayne, and a well-drawn teenager out to save the world BB has the perfect blend of action, witty humor, and suspenseful story lines.

BB helps with the nostalgia of the original Batman cartoons. But after watching them, can't help feel a little nostalgia for those good ol' Batman Beyond days ;D.

If you're a fan of the original Batman cartoons, I suggest you check out Batman Beyond.
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