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Old 03-07-2013, 10:31 PM   #482
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Default Re: Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns Animated - Part 1

While the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part 2 Blu-Ray Combo Pack and Single-Disc DVD were released on January 29th...

Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part 2 Two-Disc Special Edition DVD set is finally being released on March 12th.

The Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part 2 Two-Disc Special Edition DVD set includes:

• The Batman: The Dark Knight Returns - Part 2 feature film.

• Documentary – Superman vs. Batman: When Heroes Collide. Featuring Denny O'Neil, Richard Rader, Michael Uslan, Bruce Timm, Mike Carlin, Grant Morrison and Bob Goodman. Batman and Superman have a history of being portrayed conversely as wholesome super friends and conflicted enemies. This tells the fascinating historic significance behind the Superman and Batman conflict, and exploring the parallels between the conflict of Superman and Batman, to the similar conflict of Zeus and Prometheus, also the similar conflict of Achilles and Odysseus, in Greek mythology. Superman is like Zeus and Achilles, while Batman is like Prometheus and Odysseus. Fascinating.

• Sneak Peak at Superman: Unbound, the next DC Universe Animated Original Movie.

• Three episodes from Batman: The Animated Series, handpicked by Alan Burnett - "The Last Laugh" (1992) written by Carl Swenson, and "The Man Who Killed Batman" (1993) written by Paul Dini, and "Legends of the Dark Knight" (1998) written by Bob Goodman in collaboration with Bruce Timm.

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Wow, brilliant post, man. Seriously, I couldn't possibly counter debate that. That post is a thing of beauty and a joy forever. You're obviously a true scholar of Batman lore
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