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Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Season 2, Part Two
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Batman wings into an exciting new era, teaming with a mighty honor roll of DC Comics Super Heroes in this action-packed series. Through the show's season two 14 Animated Adventures in this 2-Disc Collection, the Dark Knight allies with Aquaman, Plastic Man, Blue Beetle, Red Tornado, Green Arrow, Wildcat, Deadman, Bronze Tiger and Atom to take on an array of evildoers ranging from mad scientists to intergalactic crooks, from power-mad dictators to out-of-control teenagers]]>
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Batgirl(Barbara Gordon) is feature in a teaser helping Batman clipped the wings of
Killer Moth. Which is a shout out to her first appearance in the comics in which Batgirl saves Bruce Wayne from Killer Moth.
She also appears next with Nightwing in the Batwoman episode.
Batwoman. Not quite the original Kathy Kane-Batwoman from the late 50's/early 60's comic but this Batwoman wears the same custome but her real id is Katrina Moldoff.
Named after Batman artist Sheldon Moldoff who recently passed away.
Riddler is the main villian but The Spinner and Tiger Shark get their 15 seconds of fame.
Bat-Mite Returns and he accidently gives the Joker his powers. YIKES.
Bad news for Batman.
Harley Quinn makes her first appearance. Way different then her B:TAS appearance.
Ten-Eye Man also gets his 30 seconds of fame thanks to Bat-Mite.
Vicki Vale make her first appearance on the teaser for "The Battle of the Superheroes". Batman and Robin dress as mummies to fight King Tut.
In the main feature Superman takes center stage. Lots of great homages to the
Superman comics of the 60's.
Knights of Tomorrow is a special episode as we get a peek at a possible future for Batman. Bruce and Selina marry and have a son.
Bat-Mite Hosts a special episode that features Batman and Robin in different forms.
First up is a MAD parody Batboy and Rubin.
Bat-Manga is 2nd with Mr Bader voicing the villian, Lord Death Man.
Finally its another Batman-Scooby Doo crossover with a special appearance by Weird Al.Read more ›
If you enjoy Silver Age comics, then Batman: The Brave and the Bold - Season Two, Part Two is another fine addition to your DCAU superhero collection. All 14 episodes of the hit Cartoon Network series are presented in 1.78:1 widescreen format. Like the previous DVDs, both picture quality and 2.0 Dolby Digital Stereo are pretty solid. Except for the digital comic for Batman: The Brave and the Bold #15 and a few trailers, there are no supplemental material on this 2-disc set. Overall, Batman: The Brave and the Bold - Season Two, Part Two is a pretty simple but well recommended bargain purchase, and scores a "B-".
The episodes are good. No special features, though. (Well, nothing of worth, anyway.) These DVDs really could have used some commentary, especially since so many obscure characters appear in the show. I certainly would have liked to have heard some of the creators talk about the show. Although DC has never been "that" good with doing commentary -- Batman and Superman DVD sets usually only have 3 or 4 episodes with commentary. But this seems like an abdication, to simply not even try anymore. Who knows - maybe the DVDs are cheaper because of this.
There is one episode on the disk I wasn't expecting, because it aired as if it where the premiere of season 3. The episode where Superman fights Batman! There are so many wonderful references to Silver Age Superman wackiness - that you simply could not do in any other animated series.
There's also a silver lining, regarding the unaired Matches Malone episode. They now are saying it will be included on the Season 3 DVD set. Here's hoping they aren't lying again!
While, tonally, this series steeps itself in DC's breezier, sillier Silver Age, and while it presents a protagonist who at times channels the Tick in his crimefighting aphorisms (although Bats is no Aquaman in that regard), it doesn't shirk from addressing darker themes. Such as the death of several heroes. Although most of Season 2 trots out stand-alone adventures, there is one overarching thread, and it concerns that epic space marauder Starro. Lend an ear to Starro's bit of braggadocio: "For untold eons I have roamed the cosmos, conquering and devouring all who cross my path. Those few who resisted my will eventually succumbed. Thus it has been and shall ever be." As depicted in previous episodes of Season 2, one by one, most of Earth's heroes have fallen to Starro's brainwashing spores. This arc culminates tragically in "The Siege of Starro! Parts 1 & 2."
As usual, each episode is kicked off by a teaser segment, and this is just the showmakers throwing out this and that storyline to see which might prove popular enough to be later expanded into a full episode. One such teaser (in "The Knights of Tomorrow!") has the Question sneaking about on Apokalips, and this prequel pays off in "Darkseid Descending!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is definitely more of a kid-friendly-and-centric show but the packaging of the show is awful (splitting seasons into 2 separate collections). Read morePublished 7 months ago by THELITTLEZEE
Must view cartoon series for all Batman fanatics. The animation style is clever and cutting edge. And there's a sense of humor in each episode.Published 10 months ago by Keith Lau
Why was this show cancelled again? Timeless work and family approved.Published 14 months ago by Larry Holman Jr