Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker Uncut disc art

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  1. Jeremy Conrad

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    There ya go.
     
  2. Mark Evans

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    Ooh, very snazzy. I swore I would never support the censored version of this, and soon this disc's absence from my collection will be at an end. As noted above, the original version of this is much more effective and really what Batman Beyond should have been from the get-go instead of the unfortunately kiddified way it went...
    I mean, Batman: TAS was one of those shows that never felt like it was being confined by the urge to pander to kids that much (though it did as well), but Batman Beyond always seemed like it was pulling punches (or forced to pull those punches) at numerous turns, nowhere moreso than in the movie.
    I'll be very glad when this is released in its proper version [​IMG]
     
  3. Greg_S_H

    Greg_S_H Executive Producer

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    I only saw Batman Beyond a couple of times, but liked what I saw. I've never seen the movie, since I knew it was censored. I look forward to picking it up soon.
     
  4. John Z

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    Anyone know the release date for this puppy??
     
  5. Kyle McKnight

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    Running a search for "Batman Beyond uncut" brings up a date of 4/23
     
  6. Rob T

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    All the animated Batman discs come out on the 23rd of April and they all cost about $20.00.
    My wallet will be empty after that day for awhile. [​IMG]
     
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    What about the cover? From what I've heard, you have to look for a parental advisory statement, sticker, or something on the uncut version in order to differentiate b/w the two.
     
  8. Adam Tyner

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    That's the rumor floating around, Prentice, though I very highly doubt that's the case.
     
  9. Dan Brecher

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    Mmmmm, uncut. I can't wait for this, refused to get the original release (though granted, I came close).

    Dan (UK)
     
  10. Joseph Bolus

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    Well, I purchased the "original" release of this effort, and enjoyed it in spite of the cuts. (In fact, next to "Mask of the Phantasm", it's my favorite animated Batman.)

    I'll definitely be purchasing the Uncut Version (and all the other great Batman DVD's that will be released that day), but I'll keep the "censored" cut of this movie as a collectable.
     
  11. Gui A

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    READ CAREFULLY!!!
    What is the first word in bold printed on the disc?
    STANDARD!!!
    Not Widescreen! Not Enhanced for 16x9!!!
    (also, US PG-13, Canada PG/DP)
     
  12. Rob T

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    yeah that kinda sucks that it's not in widescreen. oh well.
     
  13. Frank Anderson

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    I may be wrong but isn't the OAR for this Standard?
     
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    Yeah, I was also under the impression that the OAR for this was standard 4:3 format.
     
  15. Adam Tyner

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    I'm sure Brian Cruz from Toonzone will reply with a comment of his own, but in the meantime, I'll lift a response of his to a similar thread from another forum:

     
  16. Dave Scarpa

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    I'm an OAR advocate, but in this case and Justice League, I watch the full screen version because it was animated that way.
     
  17. Adam Tyner

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    Dave: How is that any different than someone saying they prefer open-matte because they get "more picture"?
     
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