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Batman - The Animated Series, Vol. 2 <b>DVD</b> ~ Kevin Conroy
5.0 out of 5 stars Batman At His Best!, March 25 2012
This was a thoroughly enjoyable set. The second season had such gems as the screen version of the infamous 'Laughing Fish' story that appeared in Detective Comics. It was also still when Batman looked like the Batman character I've followed and been a fan of since 1967 before DC started steering him into the extremely depressing Batman: Year One black and grey, black-only bat logo that he wore in season 4 and has been wearing since on DVD or in print. All in all, a very entertaining series for any Bat-fan.
Batman: Noel by Lee Bermejo
Batman: Noel by Lee Bermejo
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Bermejo Hit!, Jan. 16 2012
Once again Lee Bermejo and Co. hit one out of the park! I was very impressed with the two previous outings in Luthor and The Joker and Noel continues in that fine line of impressive artistry and writing. Here Bermejo, as in The Joker, draws a Gotham City that literally gives the reader the feel of the grittiness of the city (you can almost smell the soot and pollution rising from the pages) and the depression and desperation of its people really show in the images as well as are heard in the dialogue. Quite an amazing feat considering the less impressive quality of artistry DC has used at certain times the last number of years on many stories. In any event, the reader really learns… Read more
Batman:Holy Batmania! <b>DVD</b> ~ Adam West
Batman:Holy Batmania! DVD ~ Adam West
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5.0 out of 5 stars Holy Bat-History!, Nov. 17 2011
This DVD set was a great buy. True, they are actually re-releases from A&E's Biography broadcasts, but to have them all here in one set with the extras was fantastic, to say the least!
The set is broken down into 2 DVDs. The first is the history of the original 1966 Batman show along with the individual Biography episodes of Adam West, Cesar Romero and Julie Newmar. One wonders why Frank Gorshin and Burgess Meredith weren't included along for the ride to help round out Batman's main enemies from the Rogues' Gallery? But, whatever....
The second disc has a lot of extras in terms of original broadcast commercials, promos, both screentest teams (Ward/West vs. Deyell/Waggoner), more… Read more