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Product Details

  • Actors: Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy
  • Directors: Bruce W. Timm
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 4
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 24, 2006
  • Run Time: 544 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000GYI336
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,171 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Batman Beyond: Season 2 (DC Comics Classic Collection)" on IMDb

Special Features

  • 26 episodes on 4 discs
  • "Inside Batman Beyond: The Panel" discussion with Producer Bruce Timm, Producer Alan Burnett, Producer Glen Murakami, Producer Paul Dini and Moderator Jason Hillhouse
  • Commentary on episodes "Splicers" and "Eggbaby" with producers Bruce Timm and Glen Maurakami and others

Editorial Reviews

From the ingenious team that brought audiences the Emmy Award-winning "Batman: The Animated Series" comes the continuing legend of the Dark Knight with a futuristic twist as Bruce Wayne trains a new Batman for the 21st century.

Customer Reviews

Great animation, designs, stories, and characters.
Greg Stones
I highly recommend this season for anyone who loves Batman and needs to get their fix.
Aldous Durden
The sound tracks and sound effects are perfectly done.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Eric Arismendi on July 27, 2006
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I remember watching BATMAN BEYOND when I was a little child. I still enjoy it, and I can tell you that it is a great series. If you like BATMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES, SUPERMAN: THE ANIMATED SERIES, JUSTICE LEAGUE, JUSTICE LEAGUE UNLIMITED, STATIC SHOCK, and THE ZETA PROJECT...then you'll love this! While I have not seen all of the episodes, I have seen some. But, being the Season Two box-set, I already know what episodes are going to be in this - all of Season Two's episodes!

Here is a list of the episodes featured in "Batman Beyond: Season Two."

1. Splicers
2. Earth Mover
3. Joyride
4. Lost Soul
5. Hidden Agenda
6. Bloodsport
7. Once Burned
8. Hooked Up
9. Rats
10. Mind Games
11. Revenant
12. Babel
13. Terry's Friend Dates a Robot
14. Eyewitness
15. Final Cut
16. The Last Resort
17. Armory
18. Sneak Peek
19. The Eggbaby
20. Zeta
21. Plague
22. April Moon
23. Sentries of the Last Cosmos
24. Payback
25. Where's Terry?
26. Ace in the Hole

I hope you make a wise choice and purchase this item. Trust me, this is a true collector's item for any DC Animated Universe fan.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Servo VINE VOICE on January 8, 2007
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With Season One, "Batman Beyond" had gained a new following of Batfans by successfully expanding the Batman mythos with the introduction of new, younger Dark Knight Terry McGinnis. The presence of old Bruce Wayne as mentor to the new hero for a new era not only provided the series with a linchpin, but also allowed the producers to do something new with the character, but still stay true to the Bruce Wayne/Batman legend.

For Season Two, the series creators' intent, according to producer Bruce Timm, was to focus a little bit more on Terry and a little bit less on Bruce, believing [from focus groups they'd done with the series, and their own instincts] that the teenage kids watching the show were much more interested in Terry than in Bruce, given it was TERRY'S show now. To that end, Terry reluctantly gets his own confidante/sidekick in schoolmate Maxine "Max" Gibson (Cree Summer), a computer genius who stumbles upon his secret identity in "Hidden Agenda". "You call me Robin, and I'm outta here," Max warns. Terry coyly responds with "No problem...Alfred". To her credit, Max [at given times] proved to be quite useful to Terry: covering for him to girlfriend Dana, babysitting younger brother Matt, plus employing her technical skills. Also included in this set is "Once Burned" featuring the return of Melanie/Ten (Terry's own Selina Kyle/Catwoman) and the Royal Flush Gang; "Blood Sport", "Sneak Peek", and runaway robot "Zeta" which was spun-off into the short-lived series "The Zeta Project".

Batman Beyond - Season Two is a 4-disc (544 min.) set featuring all 26 Season Two episodes; Full-Frame (1.33:1) video; English Dolby Digital Stereo audio; Spanish, French subtitles; plus extras.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. M Heumann on January 29, 2007
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I've got to agree with other reviewers that, after Season One, Season Two is a letdown. You can get a sense of this from the Added Features that frame the 4-DVD set.

The first episode, "Splicers," gets good commentary from the actors and other interested parties, including Will Friedle's description of how he distinguished vocally between Terry and Batman. There are also appreciations of fellow voice actors in the series, including the late Paul Winfield. But "Splicers" itself is terribly derivative, an unimaginative imitation of Season One's "The Winning Edge."

Disk 4 gives us an interview with four of the series producers, who confirm that they were charged with (1) introducing a new character (Max), (2) making the stories more "high school" and Terry-centered, less "crime comics"/Batman-centered, and (3) reducing the reliance on corporate baddies. All these they did, with the result that the stories are, more often than not, vehicles for long-term character and relationship development.

That's not bad, if the characters are interesting, which often they are. But I don't hear much excitement from the producers, except when it comes to "Earth Mover," a "return from the grave" story reminiscent of EC Comics. There's also some talk about the younger cartoonists not knowing Jack Kirby's work. But does that really explain why the artwork is, in general, pretty slack in the second season?

In addition to Max, new characters in Season Two include Stalker (Terry's nemesis in "Blood Sport," his ally in "Plague"), the incapable-of-introspection schlump Howard Groot, and one real gem, Stanley "Mad Stan" Labowski, voiced to perfection by Henry Rollins.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ed on October 19, 2008
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After watching the first, GREAT season of Batman Beyond I was hoping Season 2 would give me more of what I wanted. I was hoping it would be at least just as good. But not only was season 2 exactly what I was hoping for but in a way it was better.In the first season you were introduced to Terry and to an old Bruce Wayne, but season two focuses more on Terry and his relantionships with his friends and his family and that is a BIG plus. I read some reviews, and some people said that was the reason why they thought this season was not as good as the first,because it focused more on Terry's life.But as much as we would all love to see Bruce Wayne as Batman again, this is Terry's show and that's how things should be and I LOVE Batman TAS. But since the second season focuses more on Terry, that makes Season 2 in my opinion superior to season one and three. Season 3 was a HUGE dissapointment for me. Overall there are tons of great episodes in season 2.

Out of the 26 episodes, I would say theres 3 that I didnt like so much, those being, Splicers,Terry's friend dates a robot, and Armory. Just because I dislike them doesnt mean their bad, there just mediocre in my opinion, but you might like them.

Some of my favorite episodes in no particular order are,Lost Soul,Bloodsport,Once Burned...,Rats,Revenant,Mind Games,April Moon,Where's Terry? and there so many more good episodes. 23/26 is not bad at all.This is stuff well worth your money.

So if you liked Season one and if you really care about Terry McGinnis, not just Bruce, then you should check out season two. Theres twice as many episodes and they are just as good as any Batman episode you will ever see. It's ALOT better than The New Batman Adventures.
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April Moon. No doubt about that.
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