The summer boom approaches.
First, the genre releases:
Training For Power: The first three episodes of
Batman, the latest animated incarnation of
has nothing to do with Paul Dini or Bruce Timm.
Tomorrow (2 Disk Set): A collector’s edition
release of a movie
already available, this time with a coupon for
Like the item above, it’s a two disk set with a
Collection: Three classic Mars movies in one
Season Two: The title says it all.
Vol. 2: This was the year of the Wonder Twins.
Now, the non-genre releases:
Season One: The show about the really cool
Show – Season Two: One of the few old sitcoms that
Aviator: This was supposed to be an excellent
film, and won many
Oscars. It just didn’t seem to appeal to a mass
Show – The Complete Series: A 25 DVD set with
every episode ever
Season One: A semi-biographical production from
Part II: Previously available only in a box set,
parts 2 and 3 are
now available individually.
Part III: Completing the availability of the
individual films in
Job – The
Complete Series: Well reviewed, not well
Eight: This was one of the best sitcoms on the
air, that withstood
several cast changes.
The Complete First and Second Seasons: I really
series. Stephen Root and Phil Hartman were fantastic,
and rounded out
a well assembled cast. I still laugh when I think
about the “Foghat”
Finally, the pick of the week. If you’ve been reading
this column a
while, you won’t be surprised: Batman:
Series Vol. 3 will complete the run of the
Dini/Timm series on
DVD. Now this is great animated Batman. The
volumes were picks of the week, and they were very
well done. I’ve
preordered my copy of this one, and hope to have a
review ready in
time for the Batman theme week we have
leading up to
Batman Begins in June.