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Coming Soon – Reign of the Supermen

by Alan Rapp on October 29, 2018

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  • Title: Reign of the Supermen
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Here’s a look at DC’s upcoming animated film Reign of the Supermen (the follow up to Death of Superman) featuring four new super-heroes taking up for the deceased Man of Steel. The film will be released on digital on January 15th and on Blu-ray and DVD on January 29th.

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  • Title: LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman – Rage of Atlantis
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Here’s the first look at the next LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes straight-to-video movie, Aquaman – Rage of Atlantis.

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Coming Soon – Batman Ninja

by Alan Rapp on February 22, 2018

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  • Title: Batman Ninja
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The next of DC’s straight-to-video animated movies transplants Batman (Roger Craig Smith), his enemies and his allies, to feudal Japan for a battle with the Joker (Tony Hale). Tara Strong, Grey DeLisle, and Will Friedle also star. Batman Ninja will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on May 8th.

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  • Title: Batman and Harley Quinn
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I’ve got to admit I love Bruce Timm returning to the world of Batman: The Animated Series, however the recasting of Harley Quinn leaves something to be desired. Batman and Harley Quinn. The movie will be released on DVD and Blu-ray on August 29th.

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  • Title: Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts
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I’ve seen Batman Unlimited Toys on shelves for over a year and been confused as to what unseen version of the Caped Crusader they were for. Well now we know (and knowing is half the battle!). The toys are tied to a new straight-to-DVD film (and eventual series?) hitting stores on May 12th. Apparently aiming for a younger audience, I have mixed feelings about the design of the characters. I appreciate the cartoon keeping the classic blue and gray look of Batman, but the enlarged and distorted Bat-symbol on his chest just seems odd. I’m pleased to see the show has gone with Red Robin’s pre-New 52 costume, and Green Arrow is passable enough, but what’s up with the anime-influence design of both Nightwing and Flash? With the movie finally hitting shelves on May 12th you can expect to see more toys including Batman’s robot dinosaur who eats criminals. Yeah, that’s a real thing.

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