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Product Details

  • Actors: Kevin Conroy, Tim Daly, Andre Braugher, Summer Glau
  • Directors: Lauren Montgomery
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC, Special Edition
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: September 28, 2010
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (237 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003UN2IJA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,244 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

A first look at the next installment of the DC Universe movie
DC Showcase Short Film: Green Arrow
Supergirl: The Last Daughter of Krypton vintage featurette
Bonus episodes handpicked by Bruce Timm: Superman The Animated Series -"Little Girl Lost Parts 1 and 2"

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Product Description

When a spaceship splashes down in Gotham Harbor, Batman and Superman encounter a mysterious Kryptonian with powers as great as Superman's. When Darkseid gets wind of this, he has the Kryptonian abducted and brought under his control on Apokolips. It's up to Batman and Superman to retrieve the Kryptonian, forcing them to infiltrate Darkseid's hostile world where superpowerful threats lurk around every corner. This story is based on Jeff Loeb's popular mini-series from the Superman/Batman comic books.


DC Universe's direct-to-DVD animated feature offers not just another team-up of its most iconic heroes, but an origin story for Supergirl, whose arrival on Earth is chronicled here. Picking up from where Superman/Batman: Public Enemies left off, a shard of the giant Kryptonite meteor that threatened Earth crashes in Gotham City, bringing Superman and Batman to the scene. A young girl is found within the wreck and is revealed to be Kara Zor-El, Superman's niece, and his equal (or better) in regard to power. Being a teenager, she struggles to accurately wield those abilities, which requires the Man of Steel to call in Wonder Woman for some superhero training. Unfortunately, Kara's talents have also caught the eye of evil New God Darkseid, who wants Supergirl to lead his royal guard of Female Furies. With the assistance of former Fury Big Barda, Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman must travel to Darkseid's home planet of Apokolips and fight for Supergirl's freedom. Though not quite the seamless blend of drama and action that was Batman: Under the Red Hood, Apocalypse is a solid adventure that delivers where it counts--most notably, the final showdown between the children of Krypton and Darkseid--while paying homage to its comic book roots. Vocal talent, led by Tim Daly and Kevin Conroy as Superman and Batman, respectively, is top-notch, with Andre Braugher lending the right note of imperiousness to Darkseid and Summer Glau capturing Kara's impulsiveness; Edward Asner is also on hand as Granny Goodness, with Susan Eisenberg returning as Wonder Woman. The animation style, inspired by the late Michael Turner, is visually striking, and the extras are typically first-rate: the DCU Showcase, directed by Joaquim Dos Santos (who pulled similar duties for Jonah Hex) here focuses on Green Arrow (Neal McDonough), who takes on Merlyn (Malcolm McDowell) to stop an assassination plot. There's also a sneak peek at the next DCU feature, All-Star Superman, as well as featurettes on the complicated worlds of the New Gods, and parts one and two of "Little Girl Lost" from Superman: The Animated Series that were handpicked by Bruce Timm. --Paul Gaita

Customer Reviews

The story is good and the action sequences keeps it tooling along at a great pace.
I just want to know if it's good or bad and I can say from my own observation it is really good.
S. Bunche
This is the latest entry in the DC Comics series of animated movies and it's one of their best!
R. Sorrow

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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Michael Noga on November 29, 2010
Format: DVD
I watched this movie with my little niece the other day. I'm a big comics fan and I thought it wasn't bad. There was some good action, a bit of humor and pathos, and the animation wasn't mind blowing but it did the job. All in all, this is a decent if not memorable movie. That's my take on it.

My niece on the other hand loved it. She's in her pre-pre-teen years and while she loves animation (she still calls them cartoons) what she really likes are stories with strong female leads. She likes it when girls are the heroes. I think that's why she loved this movie.

You have a few cute scenes with Super Girl (Kara Zor-El) palling around with Clark Kent when she first arrives on Earth. You have some great fight scenes involving Super Girl, Wonder Woman, Big Barda, the Female Furies and an entire nation of Amazon Warriors. This movie showcases tough, capable women warriors as well as a strong, tough-minded teenage girl. My niece ate it up. She can't wait for more like this. She is even getting into the comic books. Seeing "girl superheroes" on an even footing with "boy superheroes" made a big impression on her. I hope the studios produce more like this one. So does my niece.
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Ervin Griffin on October 18, 2010
Format: Blu-ray
I say that because that's really what this story is about. It isn't really about Superman/Batman Vs. Darkseid as it is more about them (along with Wonder Woman and former Darkseid soldier Bertha) fighting over the fate of Kara Zor-El, better known as Supergirl.

Kara comes to earth and is lost when Batman finds her. Superman and Batman both argue over what to do with her while Wonder Woman enters the fray and takes her to train with her on Themescyra. Meantime, Darkseid has been monitoring the events and decides to make Kara one of his new lieutenants!

What comes is an all out battle over the fate of Kara. Will she become one of earth's newest saviors or one of their biggest threats?

Also included is 4 episodes from the 90's Superman series that centers around Darkseid (Apokolips....Now! pts. 1 and 2) and Supergirl (in her own two parter). You also get a 10 minute short featuring Green Arrow and some behind the scenes extras mainly discussing Darkseid and the mythology behind him, Mr. Miracle, Orion and New Genesis. All created by the late, great Jack Kirby!

Overall, a good use of $20 if you have that to spend!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Marcelo De Matos Soeiro on April 29, 2011
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Well, we have Superman, Batman, Wonderwoman, Darkseid, and some step characters really expressive, like Barda, the furies and a solid story. And, introducing Kara Zor-el, the Supergirl, back from the death!!! Lots of extras, including the old Kara story, back from the beginning till her tragic death on Crisis on Infinite Earths, best DC saga ever!!!! Really this is a must have on the fans collection, the animation is beautiful, and, whoever likes Superman or Batman, or even Wonderwoman, will enjoy a really good time watching this pic.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Marcus Smith on September 8, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
Superman / Batman Apocalypse... mainly dealing with a newly arrived Kryptonian, an overdue return of Wonder Woman
(voiced by Susan Eisenberg) and the being that menaced the DC Universe beyond Lex Luthor... Darkseid. As many
disagreements that Superman and Batman have had in roughly 70+ years, they actually are more alike than not so.
Granny Goodness, played by Edward Asner.... great choice. The `Apocalypse' incarnation of Darkseid is more reserved,
patient and yet... devious (as only the great Jack Kirby could develop). The most brutal battle between Superman
and Darkseid other than `Twilight' from Justice League and `Destroyer' from Justice League Unlimited. Intense and
loaded with action.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. A. Reed on November 5, 2011
Format: DVD
When I saw this last September, after the awesome Under the Red Hood, I was EXTREMELY disappointed! If I had typed a review last year, I more than likely would've given it two stars. When it finished, and even after seeing the preview for All-Star Superman, I was actually considering not buying anymore of the DCU films. Out of the then nine movies, six of them I greatly enjoyed, one was just OK (Superman: Doomsday) and two I flat out didn't enjoy at all (this and Gotham Knight though there are some mild redeeming qualities to the two). It just felt boring, the title itself is, as others have said, misleading. It should've retained the title from the comic as very little happens on Darkseid's planet nor is there some "apocalyptic" scheme by the manical tyrant. And again I must complain about ANOTHER Superman villain being featured! Sure Batman's villains may not have the strength to take on the Man of Steel, but none of Superman's bad guys play sadistic mind games when compared to Joker, Riddler or even Scarecrow. I hate to seem like that should be a major criticism against this and the last Superman/Batman film, but everytime they team these two heroes, they always seem to pick one of the Man of Steel's rogues over the Dark Knight. Are the other Superman/Batman stories like that?

After a year of owning it, I've watched it twice, the most recent being just a half hour ago so I could refresh myself on the movie and I must it admit, it was actually better the second time around. Though only slightly; it moved at a faster pace than the last time but quite a few problems remain.
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