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Discussion in 'DVD' started by Anthony Liz, Dec 12, 2002.
I'd like to see a DVD of JL's Savage Time, recently shown on Cartoon Network's "Cartoon Theater".
I'm glad to see that Warner was convinced to release another Batman TAS disc even if it might be a "best of" compilation. I too would much rather have a sequential release but if it came down to "best of" or nothing, I'll take "best of".
YES and non of that new justace league CRAP!
Now If we could get 80's GI JOE!
Chris and Todd --
The current Justice League cartoon is the first appearance of Hawkwoman ON TV. The old Challenge of the Superfriends featured Hawkman. In the comic books, Hawkwoman has been around for about 60 years (as someone else pointed out).
Useless trivia: in the comic books, the Hawks' wings never flapped. They're not "real" wings, just part of the uniform (the belt provides the flight power). But in every cartoon version, the wings flap. Guess it's more cinematic looking that way.
I can see the slogan now...
"Hallmark-Not giving a shit about putting out the very best!":b
I just pre-ordered Superfriends from dvdplanet. $13.00 !
I cant wait!!
Here is the cover art for the upcoming Justice League and Superfriends DVD:
Where's My Animated STAR TREK ? Another Filmation Gem. An does anyone remember the animated Flash Gordon from the early 80's I loved that show.
That Super Friends picture is all wrong. That is the pic from when it was just the core 5 plus either the Wonder Twins or those other sidekick kids. Where the heck is Apache Chief and the Black Lightning rip-off Black Vulcan??
ps-Didn't that Black Lightining change have to do with the creator of the character not allowing him to be on the show???
About what I expected. Just simple, fairly generic covers.
FYI, timelife.com has a bunch of the Filmation Fat Albert episodes on DVD. About 2/3 of them.
Those Superfriends/Justice League covers make me drool!
On a related note for Superman fans, although this really belongs in the TV section, here is a tidbit for you all:
I still haven't bought last year's Justice League DVD, since they didn't put it out in widescreen, like they show it (sometimes) on Cartoon Network. It's too bad, since WB supports some of the animated features that way, like Mask of the Phantasm.