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  • Actors: James Arnold Taylor, Will Friedle, Tom Kenny, John Dimaggio, Corey Burton
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • 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: August 16, 2011
  • Run Time: 137 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004XKVRBE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,945 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This guy knows everything!
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"Aquaman's Outrageous Adventure!"
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on December 19, 2011
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You claim the Dark Knight has to be broody and sinister all the time to further his intimidating urban legend. You protest that he works best as a solo act. BATMAN:THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD, a ridiculously fun animated series, dissuades such assertions. It showcases the lighter side of Batman, plonks him in silly scenarios, even has him cracking a smile now and then. BATMAN: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD - SEASON 2, PART 1 collects Season 2's first twelve episodes, offers more team-up fun with the truculent Gotham Detective. And while the episodes are for the most part isolated stories, attempts are made to introduce an overarching plot point, concerning the Faceless Hunter's paving the way for Starro the Conqueror's impending global invasion. Batman's familiar heroic foils are here: his friendly rival Green Arrow, his protege Blue Beetle, his adoring fan Plastic Man, and the delightfully grandiose Aquaman. But this series also spotlights DC's more neglected characters like the Metal Men, the Challengers of the Unknown, and Firestorm (who makes his debut in "A Bat Divided").

Of this batch, the best episodes - in my eyes, anyway - are the hilarious "Aquaman's Outrageous Adventure!", "The Golden Age of Justice" (featuring the JSA), and "A Bat Divided" (for the Slacker Batman moments). This DVD set comes in two discs and, disappointingly, with no bonus material. Still, twelve episodes aren't too shabby. If you harbor fond memories of Batman as he was in the Golden & Silver Ages and if you don't mind an infusion of Adam West-type wackiness and a cast of quite a lot, then what are you waiting for?
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Picardfan007 on August 18, 2011
If you are a fan of the old school 50's style Batman (drawn by Dick Sprang)and If you love any of the Silver Age characters,this is a trip down memory lane! I can't understand how this show could be cancelled after only three seasons. I hope there is a last minute reprive by the the Cartoon Network. No where could you find such classic characters. The best episode of the bunch is "Chill of the Night". Adam West voices Batman's father in this episode. Bruce wayne goes back in time to see that his father inadvertantly inspired his costume. I wish Adam West had more roles in this show because there are so many Silver Age characters that were never seen. The other team ups include The Justice Society of America, Plastic Man, Firestorm, Captiain Marvel and even The Bwana Beast.

It's a fun show that your family can watch without any uncompfortable moments. I was hoping the public would embrace this new version that's less dark and more like the Adam West style of Batman. These cartoons are so well produced they are good for multiple viewings. The overall look of the show is much better than the original Batman:The Animated Series. It utilizes more in the way of computer graphics. All in all it's great fun and if you are a comics fan like myself, you'll buy this one.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nuker on September 11, 2011
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This 3rd volume of the delightfully kitsch Brave and the Bold series delivers more of that "Bam" "Pow" "Whiz" action that typefied superhero comics of the 50s and 60s. It's hard to imagine that in the age of gritty, urban interpretations of Batman being the most prominent in the media (Dark Knight and Arkham Asylum video game), that there would even be room for a show as zany as this one.
But this show comes as a great and welcomed counter point to those more heavyily weighted efforts because it reminds viewers that the Caped Crusader can and is able to have a little more fun now and again. Plus if your a Batman fan and a parent then this is the perfect show to share with your young children. It's safe yet exciting enough to keep both adults and kids entertained.
Understanding Batman fans will see that Batman is still depicted as the serious and competant detective/adventurer that he always essentially was, but his antics and methods are enhanced in the only way a cartoon could showcase them. His tools and gagdets are incredibly cool and advanced and his skills seem endless. This guy knows everything!
A few key episodes are Death Race to Oblivion which is a favorite and Chill of the Night which actually sees this Batman at his "darkest" as he trys to investigate the whereabouts of his parents' murderer. Other greats are Sidekicks Assemble where the sidekicks of the main heroes investigate a case involving Ra's Al Ghul and his daughter Talia.
A recommended buy for anyone one who enjoys the zanies of old comics from time to time and of course all things Batman.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. J Rey on August 30, 2011
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Batman continues to protect Gotham City and beyond in Batman: The Brave and the Bold - Season Two, Part One. Batman (Diedrich Bader) is the World's Greatest Detective, but even he's not above a little superhero help battling such villains likes Gorilla Grodd, Ra's Al Ghul and Black Adam. In this collection of 12 action-packed episodes, Blue Beetle, Aquaman, Plastic Man, Firestorm, Captain Marvel, Detective Chimp, Vixen, Bwana Beast, the Metal Men and the Justice Society of America come to Batman's aid against the forces of evil, but do Earth's greatest heroes have what it takes to stop the intergalactic menace known as Starro and its herald, the Faceless Hunter? Batman will also finally face the criminal responsible for the deaths of his parents. Based on the comic book series published by DC Comics, this light adaptation offers an amusing mix of old-school comic book action and refreshing humor. The 2-disc DVD set includes such standout episodes like Death Race to Oblivion!, Aquaman's Outrageous Adventure!, The Golden Age of Justice!, Sidekicks Assemble!, The Super-Batman of Planet X!, The Power of Shazam! and Chill of the Night!.

Though I wasn't pleased that the two-part finale of the Great Starro Invasion story arc wasn't included, the latest 2-disc DVD release of Batman: The Brave and the Bold is still a worthy addition to your superhero collection at a decent bargain price. As with the previous discs, the first 12 episodes of the second season of animated series are presented 1.78:1 widescreen format. The video transfer is bright and colorful, and its 2.0 Dolby Digital audio is pretty solid. Besides the trailers of the new animated series Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Thundercats, there are no special features. Overall, Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Season Two, Part One scores a "B-".
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