View Full Version : Filmation Batman & First Supes Animated on DVD
Jun 22, '07, 7:53 PM
I just saw the commercial. I know a lot of you will want it!
filmation batman fan
Jun 22, '07, 10:46 PM
When and where did you see a commercial for this? I wouldn't mind seeing this. I wish it were on youtube.
Jun 22, '07, 11:30 PM
Hmmm...I think I was watching CSI on Spike when I saw it. BTW you can see some eps of Filmation Batman on AOL IN2TV.
Jun 23, '07, 12:14 AM
I saw it on Spike today as well. I actually heard the commercial and ran to the tv. Later, while driving with my wife, I yelled, "OH! Guess what?" I told her about the DVDs and she said "Don't ever scare me like that again. I thought something was happening." She didn't understand. Something IS happening. The New Adventures Of Batman on DVD.
Jun 23, '07, 5:18 AM
Me, I'm awaiting the arrival of Space Ghost and Biiirrrrrrdman!!!
Jun 27, '07, 12:14 PM
I got both sets. I thought I'd like the Batman ones more but Superman seems to be far superior of a show.
I think as a kid I really liked Bat Mite. Now I just want him to die every episode. He's like the Jar Jar Binks of the 70's. Still, its charming and the art on it is very nice. It sort of looks like an animated Carmine Infantino style.
Jun 27, '07, 12:36 PM
cool gotta get me a set of these :grin:
Jun 27, '07, 12:40 PM
I'll definetly get the Superman set at some point but I was disapointed that
the Batman set is the series with Bat Mite. I couldn't stand those back in the
'70s. The only thing that kept me watching was that Adam West and Burt Ward did the voices. Hopefully the earlier Filmation Batman cartoons will turn
up on DVD.
Jun 27, '07, 12:55 PM
I ran out and bought new adventures yesterday, I loved this series as a kid, I'm really trying to figure out why that was now. Must be the obvious mego connections to the series.
It's not a train wreck but I'm sure glad I have kids so I can justify the purchase. It's so safe I don't have to worry about them watching it.
Earth 2 Chris
Jun 27, '07, 2:09 PM
We've got a boot of the New Adventures of Batman. Andrew loves it, and calls it the "na na na na Batman cartoon". He either gets out his Megos or his DC Direct Silver Age Batman and Robin when we watch it. I'll have to get the official release. I'll also get Superman, even though it's my least favorite of the Filmation DC toons, it still captures the Wesinger era Supes well. And if it sells, maybe we'll get Aquaman, and the Teen Titans/JLA shorts, and 68 Batman, as well as Filmation's Shazam! (both live and animated).
Jun 29, '07, 9:18 PM
I remember being a kid in NYC in the summertime, watching the Superman cartoon along w/ Aquaman and Superboy, when I came home from day camp every week day. Ahhh....memories.:sunny_y:
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