Rating: Not Rated
Diedrich Bader as Batman
James Arnold Taylor as Green Arrow
John Di Maggio as Aquaman
Dee Bradley Baker as Clock King
Jeff Bennett as Captain Marvel
Kevin Michael Richardson as Black Manta
Greg Ellis as Gentleman Ghost
Tom Kenny as Plastic Man
Will Friedle as Blue Beetle
Dolby Surround Sound
Running Time: 273 Minutes
The following is the official description of the film:
“Batman and fellow DC Comics Super Heroes give evil a one-two punch in this sophomore season of the fun, witty and suspenseful TV series! This thrilling 2-Disc Collection features Batman teaming with the Green Lantern Corps, Aquaman, Plastic Man, Blue Beetle, Green Arrow, Captain Marvel, The Metal Men and Firestorm to fight the forces of evil. The Phantom Stranger and The Spectre even aid the Dark Knight in closing the case of the man who took his parents from him! Villains from the ruthless Ra’s Al Ghul to the vengeful Black Adam, the stellar-powered Evil Star and the super-intelligent Gorilla Grodd push Barman and his crime-fighting compatriots to their limits. Go along with Batman through 12 Action -Packed Episodes that reveal justice is truly blind… as a Batman!
Death Race to Oblivion!
Long Arm of the Law!
Revenge of the Reach!
Aquaman’s Outrageous Adventure!
The Golden Age of Justice!
Clash of the Metal Men!
A Bat Divided!
The Super-Batman of Planet X!
The Power of Shazam!
Chill of the Night!
Gorillas in Our Midst!”
“Batman: The Brave and the Bold – Season Two, Part One” is not rated.
“Batman: The Brave and the Bold” continues its amazing run on Cartoon Network. I have to admit that though I liked the series, I thought it might be too far out of the box to last long. The fact that it’s getting a third season is pretty amazing.
The fun of this show is that it has the freedom to do literally anything it wants to. If they want to feature B-grade and C-Grade heroes and villains, they do it. If they want to be serious or comedic, they do it. If they want an episode set as a Western or a musical, it’s OK. Nothing is out of bounds. This is particularly emphasized in a late Season Two episode where Batman and Robin re-team with Scooby-Doo and Weird Al Yankovic to battle Joker and Penguin (while the story is narrated by Pee-wee Herman as Bat-Mite). No other Batman series could have accomplished this in this modern day and age, so it’s a real treat.
The only down side of this DVD is that it only contains half of the season and there are no bonus features. If you’re a hard core “Batman: The Brave and the Bold” fan, you may want to hold out for a set with the complete series in Blu-ray. But if you can’t wait or you have kids that are just going to scratch the DVDs up anyway, this is a good option.