Posted April 07 2003 - 02:05 AM
has reviewed the new B:TAS DVD and here's the highlights (or should that be lowlights)
| I'm going to say this right now just so I can get it off of my chest: Four episodes? C'mon WB, we know you can fit a heck of a lot more onto DVDs. |
Warner Family Entertainment are obviously sticking to their DVD5 rule.
| they could've, at the very least, put both parts of "Two-Face," since they even have shots from it on the menus and even Bruce Timm mentions the episode in the introduction on "The Underdwellers." |
Oh dear. So the 5th episode was dropped late in the day
| With that out of the way, the next comes the transfer quality. There's still some dust, scratches and whatnot on the episodes themselves, but they are of better quality than what Fox broadcasted back in the day (i.e. 1993). The quality is, of course, not so horrible that you can't watch it, but I just don't think WB is putting much effort into these releases. |
| The special features are, much like the episodes on this disc (aside from "P.O.V."), are boring. While the episode introductions by Bruce Timm are probably what make this DVD worth it's price tag, and the "Voices of Gotham City" feature is awesome, the rest...well, wait, there isn't a "rest," is there? |