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Old 07-15-04, 09:55 PM
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Batman: Mask Of The Phantasm?

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I did a search and didn't see anything, but does anyone know if maybe MOTP will be getting a special editon DVD (what with TAS getting the full "season" sets, and the new movie coming next year) or rereleased in a keepcase since Warners seems to be doing that nowadays, or even anything special. Or is the current version all we're probably gonna get?

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Quite doubtful.

The Batman SEs will be released to coincide with the new film's theater release... I doubt that the animated films are on that slate. I'm sure they're probably only going to get a markdown in price.
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Old 07-15-04, 10:29 PM
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This is definately a good one to get. Much better then any of the live incarnations, original included.

I got it for about $7 during the DDD sale.
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I got this on DVD too.

Not the best vid quality, but still great!
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Most people will agree....it's the BEST batman movie EVER!
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While it is a great film, I really doubt we get a SE of it...
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Originally posted by LivingINClip
While it is a great film, I really doubt we get a SE of it...
Well, ya never know eh? I figured it was worth a shot.

Thanks for the imput guys and gals.
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I'd double dip for this in a heart beat. Best bat film indeed!

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Yeah this movie was awesome. And they released it to the theaters! I wonder why a follow up never came?
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Old 07-16-04, 05:44 AM
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There was two (three counting Batman Beyond) DTV follow up's (tho' not sequel's in the strictest sense).

Batman & Sub-Zero

Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman
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oh man I need this stuff!
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I've got a copy ordered from DDD and it's been back-ordered for a while. Shows that it will ship today but I have yet to get an email.
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I own the said one, plus Return of the Joker...which was a so so film.

Good, but hardly great.
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i remeber seeing this movie in theaters. great movie indeed. repeat after me "mark hamill is the joker". i still own the vhs.
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Originally posted by Rypro 525
i remeber seeing this movie in theaters. great movie indeed. repeat after me "mark hamill is the joker". i still own the vhs.
This was in theaters?

I should probably pick up the DVD as i havent seen it in years.
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This was in theaters?
very very briefly released to theaters. thats why there's an mpaa rating. i dragged my dad to see it way back in 92 (i was a big fan of the animated show)
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Originally posted by LivingINClip
There was two (three counting Batman Beyond) DTV follow up's (tho' not sequel's in the strictest sense).

Batman & Sub-Zero

Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman
I've never seen either of those, are they any good? I remember seeing a trailer for Sub Zero years ago on an old WB VHS movie that I had and I thought it looked cool.

Never heard of the second one though...
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Originally posted by Grandmaster C
I've never seen either of those, are they any good? I remember seeing a trailer for Sub Zero years ago on an old WB VHS movie that I had and I thought it looked cool.

Never heard of the second one though...

Sub Zero was pretty bad. They put in a lot of really bad CG, which really stood out and gave the movie a bad look.

Batwomen was pretty good.
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Beyond the bad CG work (and it was pretty bad), the story was pretty good. It was no Mask of the Phantasm, but it was probably on par for some of the TV episodes.

And it gets bonus points for featuring my favorite bat villian and furthering his story arc.
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Wasn't there a Batman/Superman Animated Movie also? or was it just a mish-mash of TV episodes
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Originally posted by Gore_Hound_X
Wasn't there a Batman/Superman Animated Movie also? or was it just a mish-mash of TV episodes
You're right. There was a Batman/Superman Movie with original material NOT mish mash tv episodes.
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Actually - what you are thinking of Coffee, was a three parter could 'Worlds Finest', it was techinally TV episodes, just like the Justice League 'StarCrossed' is - but when put together WB calls it a full lenght feature film.

Batman & Sub-Zero - Was medicore...Didn't care for it all that much.

Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman - Taken as a Batman film, it's not all that..Taken just as an animated film, it's decent.
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so is the Batman/Superman movie any good?
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Just picked up Mask of the Phantasm last night along with Mystery of the Batwoman.
Can't seem to find Subzero anywhere though.
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Originally posted by QuiGonJosh
so is the Batman/Superman movie any good?
Yea it's good. It's worth watching.
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