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Batman Beyond, Seasons 1-3 (DC Comics Classic Collection)

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Batman Beyond: Seasons 1-3 (DVD) (3-Pack)

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Product Details

  • Actors: Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Box set, Closed-captioned, 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: 8
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: March 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 1097 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000LE179I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #55,866 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By P. Roddy on April 28, 2008
Let me preface this with saying that not a single review I read (barring one 5 star review) said anything about the product itself. They discussed the price. Many even voted this amazing series down at 1 star because of the price. Is that REALLY part of a review?

Anyway before I become a hypocrite...

Batman Beyond is my childhood. I religiously sat up on Saturday mornings waiting to hear the unique opening soundtrack. I loved this series as a kid and now that I've bought the set I expected it to not live up to my little childhood memories. But guess what? It was even better! Older now I see the social commentary going on the aspects of society that is played upon and the witty banter betwen Terry and Bruce is just as good. And the trademark action you may ask? Still there and still breathtaking to watch.

So whether you are an avid fan of Batman, a kid in an adult's body, or even just a parent that doesnt want their kid watching this mindnumming garbage that sits on the wonderful lines and transmission feeds of cable and satelite, pick this up, I doubt you will regret it.
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Just when you thought they couldn't improve on what they were doing on BTAS, along comes Batman Beyond! This one was my particular favorite of the Warner Batman shows, though all of them (excluding the current "The Batman) were exceptional. Beyond was even darker, grittier and more exciting, with one of the coolest soundtracks of any animated show. And this years before The Matrix showed audiences how much better Kung-Fu is with a techno/rock soundtrack! The first season is a particular stand out, focusing on being the new Batman, the villains and bringing Bruce Wayne's company back under his control. Beyond villains are truly groundbreaking, nothing like the originals. My favorites would have to be Inque and Currare, their episodes are some the most exciting of them all. Season 2 tends to focus more on high-school life and teen angst, though there is still a lot of action and new villains showing up. This is the longest season and does get a little bogged down, but still well worth it. The third season definitely revs back up again(they knew it was the last season and wanted to go out with a bang!) The 2-part episode where Batman is invited to join the JLA of the future is a real stand out. Considering the only place you are likely to see this series again is on ToonDisney, where it will be hacked to bits(like BTAS and Superman) this is the only way you are going to see it the way it needs to be seen!
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If you ever watched Justice League, Batman the Animated Series, or any of the other Animated DC Universe series, you'll appreciate this show. It was far, far ahead of it's time with darker, more mature subject-matter, beautiful animation, and brilliant sci-fi universe trappings and charactization. It also definitely features the greatest soundtrack and dialog of any of the DC universe shows.

Will Friedle is a great boice actor and frequently has played a great protagonist (Advent Rising anyone?), but this is undoubtedly his greatest role. The way the aging Bruce Wayne and he play off of each other is absolutely fantastic and frequently hilarious.

If the series has one flaw, it's that a fair number of the episodes fall into gross-out-weird monster-of-the-week territory. No problem, just skip them. The episodes that actually further the story and characters are downright amazing and frequently feature fantastic fight choreography, cinematography, and (again) wonderful writing.

This was was a great show when I watched it on television, but it holds up even better today. On a big screen like my projector with a decent sound system it's absolutely amazing. As others have said, it's like Blade Runner meets Batman, and you'll feel like playing a round of Netrunner when you finish watching.

Highly recommended. It's also required viewing if you want to go on to Justice League and Justice League Unlimited.
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I am a 42 year old female who grew up watching cartoons every Saturday morning. Although I watched the Batman cartoons, they were never my favorite - until I found Batman Beyond!

This story takes place approximately 50 years in the future (from the current year of the Batman cartoons). In this series, Bruce Wayne is an old man (in his 80s) and has obviously stopped being Batman. He still lives at Wayne Manor, with his guard dog Ace (a black Great Dane). Through a series of events, he ends up meeting a teenager named Terry who eventually assumes the identify of Batman.

But, the technology has improved - the Batman costume is now super powered and allows for Batman to fly and have extraordinary strength (and a bunch of other handy things).

But, what I like most about this story is that it has a touch of the old and the new - you still have Bruce Wayne and his personality, morals, and you also see things through someone else's eyes (Terry). They also find a way to introduce some of the old villans like The Joker, Mr. Freeze, Ra's al Ghul, etc. but also introduce new ones like Ink (due to a chemical accident, is in the form of a large blob of ink and can change shapes as needed), Shriek (can manipulate or eliminate sound) and Spellbinder (controls people using virtual reality dreams).

This cartoon is easily enjoyed by kids and adults alike. I can't wait for them to make this into a movie (nothing official yet but would be a great follow up to the current movies). Love this cartoon.
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