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Batman Beyond - Season Three (DC Comics Classic Collection)
Batman Beyond - Season Three
DC Comics Classic Collection
Actors: Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy
Director: Bruce W. Timm
Genres: Action & Adventure, Kids & Family, Television, Animation
UR     2007     4hr 33min

As the new Batman, Terry has all the high-tech gear and gadgets he needs, plus Bruce Wayne's research skills and instincts. Season Three became the final season for the series, as Terry joined forces with the JLU (Justice ...  more »


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Actors: Will Friedle, Kevin Conroy
Director: Bruce W. Timm
Genres: Action & Adventure, Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Sub-Genres: Superheroes, Animation, 10-12 Years, Kids & Family, Animation
Studio: Warner Home Video
Format: DVD - Color - Animated,Closed-captioned,Subtitled
DVD Release Date: 03/20/2007
Original Release Date: 01/10/1999
Theatrical Release Date: 01/10/1999
Release Year: 2007
Run Time: 4hr 33min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 9
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Languages: English, Spanish, French
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Movie Reviews

(Not quite) the end
N. Durham | Philadelphia, PA | 01/05/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The third, and last, season of Batman Beyond was a big step above the decline in quality that was found in the sub-par second season of the animated series, and thank God (or Paul Dini and Bruce Timm) for that. As the third season begins, Terry McGinnis (voiced by Will Friedle) has his hands full as the Batman of the future as old villains Ink, Zeta, and the Royal Flush Gang return. It gets better though, as Talia Al Ghul, the daughter of Ra's Al Ghul, returns and makes a stunning offer to the aging Bruce Wayne, with huge results and an even bigger twist. This episode is worth picking this DVD collection up for alone as we get to see Bruce and Terry side by side fighting. It gets better with the two-parter "The Call", as Terry gets the call of a lifetime from Superman (given a great new futuristic look) to join the Justice League in an effort to uncover a traitor, with even more shocking results! Batman also takes on Big Time, a former friend from Terry's past, and then goes toe to toe with KOBRA. Sadly though, the series comes to an end with these episodes, but there would be more Batman Beyond. The Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (the director's cut that is) was an excellent film which saw the return of Batman's greatest enemy, and as a previous reviewer already mentioned, we would see an older Terry in the Justice League Unlimited episode "Epilogue" in which Terry learns a shocking secret about his real origins (and yes, it would have been oh so nice if that episode was included in this et, because that is the true end of the series). That aside, the third season of Batman Beyond is a fantastic pick up for fans of the series or Batman in general, and if you've never seen "Epilogue", you should pick up the first season of Justice League Unlimited for that alone."
The Return of Ra's Al Ghul!
KAppleFeet2 | 12/30/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

If you are a fan of these cartoons, and if you already own "Batman Beyond: Season One" and "Batman Beyond: Season Two," then you really should not think twice about purchasing the final volume in the BATMAN BEYOND series because it concludes an excellent television show, and it has thirteen absolutely magnificent episodes. Here is the episode list, with a very small description of each episode, so not a lot of the plot will be ruined:

1) King's Ransom -- The Royal Flush Gang returns.
2) Untouchable -- Batman must face a new villain, The Repellar.
3) Inqueling -- Ink returns, and so does her daughter!
4) Big Time -- Big Time, a friend from Terry's past returns.
5) Out of the Past -- Talia Al Ghul, Ra's Al Ghul's daughter and Bruce Wayne's past love from "Batman: The Animated Series," visits Bruce on his birthday.
6) Speak No Evil -- Batman helps a genically enhaced gorilla find his mother's killer.
7) The Call: Part I -- Superman asks Batman to join the Justice League Unlimited.
8) The Call: Part II -- Batman must comfront a traitor in the Justice League Unlimited!
9) Betrayal -- Big Time returns once again and causes problems for Batman.
10) The Curse of the Kobra: Part I -- KOBRA kidnaps Max Gibson, Terry's friend, and plans to release a bomb.
11) The Curse of the Kobra: Part II -- The second part of "The Curse of the Kobra: Part I."
12) Countdown -- Zeta, the robot from Season Two, returns to Gotham City to find his creator...but something goes wrong!
13) Unmasked -- A flashback of how Terry was once unmaked.

SPECIAL FEATURES might be another "Panel" and probably Commenteries and trailers.

I myself have not seen all of these episodes, but I can for sure tell you that they are great! I hope you buy this to add yet another excellent volume to your Timm/Dinin DVD collection!!! You will not regret it. ^_^"
Matured Nicely
ONENEO | Buffalo, NY | 07/01/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"In the third (and unfortunately final) season of Batman Beyond, the show's creators settle into a rhythm that's really reminiscent of their finer moments in the much heralded Batman: The Animated Series. Having followed the series from its debut episode right up until the final, I can state that the entire third season manages to feel very natural in terms of character interaction and setting mood. While not as unpredictable as the first season, the third was wise to put Maxine Gibson (from season 2) on the backburner. Terry is much more able to explore his own thoughts and feelings as the new Batman with Bruce to back him up when the going gets rough. Note: Max is still present in many episodes, but her role is a bit more subtle.

Unlike Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beyond doesn't run quite a tight rouge's gallery. There are some reoccurring villains (such as Inque, Blight, The Jokerz, etc.) but nothing like the staples found in the original Batman story-lines. The show's creators claim that while there never an official "canceling" of Batman Beyond, they were all approached with assignments that caused them to drift apart which explains why the final episode could be viewed as fairly anticlimactic. Fortunately, as a result, greats like Justice League and Unlimited would be born. Batman Beyond is a program that still holds up beautifully and brings an interesting take on an already wonderful franchise. My only complaint about the series is that it had to come to an end.

Episode Guide:
1) King's Ransom
2) Untouchable
3) Inqueling
4) Big Time
5) Out of the Past
6) Speak No Evil
7) The Call: Part I
8) The Call: Part II
9) Betrayal
10) The Curse of the Kobra: Part I
11) The Curse of the Kobra: Part II
12) Countdown
13) Unmasked
Quite what I wanted
ONENEO | 05/15/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Having pre-ordered this I had incredible expectations for this that were met incredibly well. This was my favorite show when it was on the WB and it is still alive and well in this box set. The commentaries, like most in the DC comics classics collection, were well done and not even close to underwhelming. For fans of the series, and anyone who cares about the DC Comics classics this is a must buy."