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Old 09-16-12, 06:53 PM
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Tim Burton Collection question

More specifically Batman and Batman Returns in this set

http://www.amazon.com/Tim-Burton-Col...ton+collection

And these two

http://www.amazon.com/Batman-20th-An...eywords=batman

http://www.amazon.com/Batman-Returns...batman+returns

Are the Batman movies in the collection set the same as these individual sets?
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Re: Tim Burton Collection question

Yep, they are.
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Re: Tim Burton Collection question

Originally Posted by trespoochies
Yep, they are.

hmm....might be worth selling the two Batman sets (which I have still sealed) and getting that Tim Burton boxset for $40 from Walmart.
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Re: Tim Burton Collection question

Well, the original Batman with Jack Nicholson is a Digibook....
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Re: Tim Burton Collection question

Originally Posted by BuckNaked2k
Well, the original Batman with Jack Nicholson is a Digibook....
I know. But with the money I'd make selling both and given how cheap the collection set is, is the digibook worth it?
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^ It depends if you're a "Digibook guy". I am. I'd rather have a title in a Digi than any other format.
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Re: Tim Burton Collection question

I don't have most of these on BD, so it's not a bad set for the price. I might grab one at Costco.

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