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Batman Beyond: The Complete Series

4.4 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

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.

Special Features

All 52 episodes
Creator commentaries
Season retrospectives
Bonus disc with 95 minutes of new special features: Secret Origin The Story of DC Comics documentary and three all-new featurettes
Booklet featuring artwork from the DC archives

Product Details

  • Actors: Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Animated, Box set, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, Limited Edition, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 9
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: November 23, 2010
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,350 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Batman Beyond: The Complete Series" on IMDb

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Format: DVD
Apathy, Greed, Corruption, Power... Hope. This complete series collection contains all the episodes from Batman Beyond, the 1999/2000 series that focused on a new Batman and his mentor an aging Bruce Wayne 50 years after the setting of the very popular and emmy award winning Batman: The Animated Series. This 9-disc set contains all three seasons of the series which are comprised of the following 52 episodes:

Season 1

Rebirth (with optional commentary)
Rebirth 2
Black Out
Shriek (with optional commentary)
Dead Man's Hand
The Winning Edge
Disappearing Inque
A Touch of Curare

Season 2

Splicers (with optional commentary)
Earth Mover
Lost Soul
Hidden Agendas
Once Burned
Hooked Up
Mind Games
Terry's Friend Dates a Robot
Final Cut
The Last Resort
Sneak Peek
The Eggbaby (with optional commentary)
April Moon
Sentries of the Last Cosmos
Where's Terry
Ace in the Hole

Season 3

King's Ransom
Big Time
Out of the Past
Speak No Evil
The Call (1)
The Call (2)
Curse of Kobra (1)
Curse of Kobra (2)

Packaging: The series is nicely, and appropriately packaged, to be a match set with the Batman: The Animated Series complete series set. The only difference is that this packaging art has also appropriately been updated to match the more futuristic tone of the Batman Beyond Series.
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Batman Beyond took the story of the Dark Knight and moved it 40 years into a techno-noir-anime future where an elderly Bruce Wayne has long since hung up the cape. A brash teenager, Terry McGinnis, stumbles upon Bruce's secret past as a superhero and picks up where Bruce left off as Gotham's newest Batman.

All 52 episodes of Batman Beyond's three-season run have been collected in this boxed set, along with a myriad of audio commentaries and behind the scenes documentaries. All but one of the discs are the exact same discs from the individual season sets, and the only "new" disc contains retrospective documentaries as well as the new doc Secret Origins: The Story of DC Comics. Narrated by Hollywood's newest superhero, Green Lantern's Ryan Reynolds, this piece examines the history of the comic book publisher responsible for bringing Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman to the forefront of American culture.

Notably absent from this set is the Justice League Unlimited episode Epilogue, Batman Beyond's de facto series finale. Batman Beyond wasn't renewed for a fourth season and the show's crew weren't notified that the third season would be the last, so the series never received the proper send-off until Epilogue. It never seemed like a problem for episodes from DC Animated Universe shows to be included in the DVD sets of the recent string of feature-length DC animated movies, so it shouldn't seem like such a problem to include Epilogue in this boxed set.

Also missing is the feature-length movie Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker, but I'm almost willing to let them slide on since it wasn't specifically an episode of the series.
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Batman Beyond was a pleasant surprise when it arrived on television in 1999. The original Batman The Animated Series had run out of steam and WB wanted a new Batman cartoon that would appeal even more to a younger generation in tone and style. Enter Terry McGinnis, just an ordinary kid who gets thrusts into the role of Batman for a new era. Though the creators have never publicly acknowledged it, to me the character of Terry has a lot of Spider-Man in him. If one were to combine the characters of Batman and Spider-Man into one, Terry's Batman would be a close approximation.

When I first heard of the show I was not very interested in it. It seemed gimmicky and I wondered how Batman would remain interesting with his rogue's gallery dead and buried in this futuristic setting. I am glad I did not trust my first instincts because had I done so I would have missed a quality series that serves as a nice bookend to the original Batman TAS. The first season in particular does a nice job of setting up the world for this new Batman. His early interactions with a crotchety old Bruce Wayne are a particular treat (and this future Bruce Wayne is pretty much exactly how one would expect him to turn out). His early exploits in the new bat suit show a Batman who is learning on the fly as he gets bailed out by the fantastic abilities his suit possesses time and again. As the series moves along though we see a more confident Batman who relies less and less on the suit's abilities and more on his own instinct and ability.

The futuristic setting is less of a gimmick than I had anticipated. In truth, it often matters little as Batman always had access to an assortment of "wonderful toys." Instead of having a plane and a car, the new Batmobile functions as both.
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