I found a copy at Wal*Mart the other day. I was a bit disappointed on how difficult it was for me to find this. I had to travel to three stores to find it.
I have to say though, that when TNBA came out, I didn't watch it much. The schedule didn't mesh well with mine, similar to The Batman now. Some of the episodes were completely new to me like "Beware the Creeper" and "Chemistry". I think that this series had some great episodes, and really took BTAS to the next level. Episodes like "Legends of the Dark Knight" and "Over the Edge" are fantastic.
This show even takes classic characters to new heights. "Mad Love" is a classic. After watching it, you really feel for Harley, you see the human aspects of her, and how her unconditional love is her tragic flaw. Characters such as Two Face are given even more tragedy as Harvey Dent and Two Face battle between each other so much, that the Judge is born.
This is an amazing show and it's ashame it lasted for such a short time. I would have really liked to see where this show could have gone with further character development.
Its great to hear that you're able to re-discover this great show after so long!
When this one was airing, my wife and I had just met and were hanging out a LOT. I caught maybe five episodes, and the rest are fairly foreign to me...I downloaded a few years ago...but overall, I'm in for a treat!
I absolutely LOVED the TNBA re-designs...I really felt it was the perfect evolution of Timm's universe. I prefer it, hands down.
Post by ProfessorHStrange on Dec 25, 2005 14:53:47 GMT -5
I loved the show and the redesigns I got my dvd copy for Christmas on Dec 18th. I loved the redo on Scarecrow's design. I loved the Tim Drake/ New Robin origin episode even thoght Tim's origin was Jason Todd's origin. Old Wounds, Legends of the Dark Knight, and Mad Love were some good episodes too and my favorates as well. I really like the redo of Batman's look, in which they were following the Year One route. I liked Nightwing, but not his mullet. I love Mr. Frreze's new look as well.
does anybody knows if these dvds are regio encoded? or will they play on dvdplayers overseas? cuz not a single batman cartoon dvd is released in belgium yet i think... and if i order them on the net somewhere i want to be sure i can play them... anybody an idea?
Tell me did you ever dance with the devil in the pale moonlight
Those were made by Columbia House a few years ago. You joined the club and then you would be sent and billed for another DVD every so often. I heard they were expensive and there was question if all the episodes were covered in the collection or not.
I believe the Columbia House DVD's have all of the episodes on them, as opposed to the VHS version. Those things were expensive, about $25 bucks each, for six episodes. Don't ask me why, but I have the entire set, no special features or anything, definitely not one of my finer moments.
Thats what I wondered, I knew about the VHS but never saw/heard of dvds. Actually I didnt know about the tapes either till not long ago... and under the circumstances Im glad cause Im sure I woulda spent the dough$. The WHV is more worthy. and like i said, I wouldve assumed these here were bogus lol
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Apr 30, 2014 15:20:16 GMT -5
aikidodoc: Adopting a 13 year old boy from Bulgaria who is a huge batman fan (which is how I came on this site by a google search. Any help in finding a bulgarian batman comic source would be greatly appreciated. The DC Comic website said they couldn't help me.
May 6, 2014 9:29:31 GMT -5
manstink: hey has their ever been a like origin story on martha wayne. I think it would be cool if she were like in some kind of cult, and she was like ritualistically murdered for trying to leave the cult. Anyways thats my opinion.
May 31, 2014 15:02:51 GMT -5
batmanfan1: Did you guys see what Gotham TV did with Poison Ivy? like their poster has her name as Ivy Pepper not Pamela Lillian Isley.
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