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Discussion in 'Wonder Woman World' started by Dark Raven, Jun 17, 2017.
Sad news in world of WONDER WOMAN
Take it that's Alex Ross?
The series is coming to Blu-ray! YES! Due date July 28th.
Just 2 weeks to go now and then the complete series will be out on Blu-ray. Not that anyone cares, of course.
I've already got a complete series set on DVD.....and before you or someone else says "But.....it's bluray."......personal financial situation says....no unnecessary spending.....and since I already own the DVDs I don't need to changeover.
Shouldn't that have been Adam West on there? Michael Keaton seems the odd one out.
By that logic, Clark should be George Reeves.
No, the logic is that in the 70s, Lynda Carter was WW and Christopher Reeve was Superman. Michael Keaton wasn't Batman until 1989, which was practically a different era. Adam West was still doing voiceovers for Batman cartoons then and was still very closely associated with the role.
Batman - Adam West - 1966-1968
Wonder Woman - Lynda Carter - 1975-1979
Superman - Chris Reeve - 1978-1987
Batman - Michael Keaton - 1989-1992
This is from Lynda Carter's Facebook page from 10hours ago -
Lynda Carter This is the address you should use to request a signed photo print! Fan Mail
To receive an autographed photo print (5×7), please send your request along with a stamped self-addressed return envelope to the address below. Photos and artwork sent to this address will not be returned.
Management & Productions
137 South Robertson Boulevard
Beverly Hills, California 90211
From everything I'm seeing, the Blu-rays have a godawful teal tint that robs a lot of shots of their colour and there's also a lot of DNR (digital noise reduction) so not a lot of grain and detail. Damn.
have you seen this retro Justice League teaser featuring these three and John Wesley Shipp asThe Flash?
That was fantastic.
Rewatched the pilot movie, still generally enjoyable. Fight scenes back then were just...so laughably interesting to watch. A lot of pushing.
Not a fan of how they portrayed Hippolyta though.