Rating: Not Rated
Diedrich Bader as Batman
James Arnold Taylor as Green Arrow
John Di Maggio as Aquaman
Greg Ellis as Gentleman Ghost
Will Friedle as Blue Beetle
Tom Everett Scott as Booster Gold
Paul Reubens as Bat-Mite
Jeremy Shada as Robin
Dolby Surround Stereo Sound
French and Spanish Language
Running Time: 298 Minutes
The following is the official description of the film:
“Batman and his DC Comics Super Hero comrades swoop into action with more amazing adventures from the debut season of the smart, hip, TV series! This exciting 2-Disc Collection features Batman and allies Aquaman, Booster Gold, Blue Beetle, Red Tornado, Green Arrow, Robin and Dr. Fate fighting foes in incredible showdowns. ‘Bats’ even partners with another legendary detective: Sherlock Holmes! Each diabolical villain from the tuneful Music Meister to the annoying Bat-Mite, the deadly Gentleman Ghost or the impassive Equinox requires a unique skill set to defeat, and with Batman’s cunning, evil will be smashed like a bug. Journey through justice with the hero who always cracks the case, sometimes cracks a joke but rarely cracks a smile in 13 Action-Packed Episodes!”
“Batman: The Brave and the Bold – Season One, Part Two” is not rated.
“Batman: The Brave and the Bold” completes its first season with this DVD set. I’m not sure why they didn’t include it all in one set, but here it is anyway. The following episodes are included on this DVD set:
Mystery In Space!
Trials of the Demon!
Night of the Huntress!
Menace of the Conqueror Caveman!
The Color of Revenge!
Legends of the Dark Mite!
Hail the Tornado Tyrant!
Duel of the Double Crossers!
The Last Bat on Earth!
When OMAC Attacks!
The Fate of Equinox!
Mayhem of the Music Meister!
Inside the Outsiders!
These episodes include the heroes and villains listed above as well as Adam Strange, Etrigan the Demon, Kru’ll the Eternal, Crazy Quilt, Jonah Hex, Gorilla Grodd, Catwoman, and many more. They’re voiced by notable talents like Jeffrey Tambor, Oded Fehr, Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants), Neil Patrick Harris, and Paul Reubens.
Episodes from this series really illustrate why “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” is so much fun. One episode is entirely a musical with a signing Batman. Another episode sends Batman into the Old West to team with Jonah Hex. Another sends him to the future to battle Gorilla Grodd and his ape army. And in what other series would you see D-Grade villains like Crazy Quilt? This series is just a lot of fun for both DC Comics fans and animation fans alike. It’s Batman in an incarnation unlike any other.
If you’re a Batman fan then this is a required addition to your DVD collection. If you’re simply a fan of animation, you’re going to want to check it out, too, for the amazing character design and voice work.
Unfortunately there are no bonus features included on this DVD.