Saturday, April 23, 2011


just a heads up for u folks up late at night batman and robin is airing now on tnt!

Fun film!

Batman: The Brave & The Bold Season 2, Part 1 Coming to DVD August 16th!

Batman: The Brave & The Bold Season 2, Part1
It's been confirmed that 12 episodes of the second season of the current animated Batman will hit DVD on Aug 16th.
The first part of the second season of Batman: The Brave & The Bold, the current animated incarnation of the Caped Crusader, will hit DVD shelves August 16th. It's a 12-episode collection: "Death Race To Oblivion!", "Long Arm Of The Law!", "Revenge of the Reach!", "Aquaman's Outrageous Adventure!", "The Golden Age Of Justice!", "Sidekicks Assemble!", "Clash Of Metal Men!", "A Bat Divided!", "The Super-Batman of Planet X!", "The Power Of Shazam!", "Chill Of The Night!" and "Gorillas of Our Midst!".

Thursday, April 21, 2011


you should definitley check it out there some major improvements!Return of the Joker looks the part as well. Granted, Warner's 1080p/AVC-encoded presentation has drawn some fire of late, but almost all of it is unwarranted and based on misinformation and misunderstanding. The confusion stems from the Blu-ray edition's aspect ratio: while the previously released DVD is presented in 4:3 letterboxed to 1.78:1 widescreen, the BD is presented in 16:9 1.33:1 open-matte via a pillar-boxed image. Did Warner crop the picture? Is ROTJ's high definition debut a window-boxed fiasco? Are we dealing with a non-anamorphic disgrace? Thankfully, the answer to each question is a resounding "no." Though Timm and his fellow filmmakers' original intent was for Return of the Joker to be presented in widescreen, Warner's encode is an open matte beaut; one that showcases every inch of the animators' work. That being said, the studio could have avoided alienating any fan by including both the film's 1.78:1 widescreen and open matte 1.33:1 presentations. Options are always appreciated, and tossing in both versions would have been ideal. But should such wishful thinking affect an evaluation of an otherwise commendable encode's raw quality? Not in my estimation.

The first thing Batman Beyond junkies are bound to notice is the high definition image's color, contrast and clarity. Arresting splashes of intense primaries fill the screen, stark comicbook inkiness lends every neo-noir shadow and pitch black silhouette a welcome richness, and the animators' lineart is crisp, refined and only subject to almost negligible intermittent aliasing. (The bridge of the Joker's nose is affected more than anything else, but it rarely amounts to a distraction). The technical presentation is notably proficient as well. Minor artifacting and banding haunt a number of backgrounds -- enough to draw the eye on more than one occasion -- but I suspect most instances trace back to the film's source, not an encoding deficiency. Moreover, significant compression anomalies, noise and other issues aren't a factor. To cut to the chase, Return of the Joker has never looked better and DVD owners will be more than satisfied with the upgrade.


hi guys this is  andrew and this site has actually been along time coming as you know my other site supermansupermansuperworld im a Huge Superman fan im ALSO a HUGE BATMAN fan and loved the characters for years not the nolanfilms though batman begins was just okay and i feel unnecessary. the Darknight i dont even wanna get into it but imo opinion is the most overrated crap excuse for a batman movie ive ever seen. Ledger was Great eckhart was great thats about it! not  fan at all of nolans uber Realistic batman crap. you know Mr nolan you can do and Extremley serious batman without making it look like a documentary or and episode of law &order and you can also have robin it! sorry nolan but i dont consider your films batman my batman lives in the DC universe not in his own little secluded world!  so i created this site for the many fans that are sick of nolans nonsense and are looking forward to a nolanLEss batman franchise Ala upcoming justice league Movie and  Batman reboot! and peopel who are anti nolan and anti pretentious hypocrite Jett from that OTHER site! cheers