Batman: Animated Collection [Blu-ray]  [Region Free]
Vendor: Box Set Shop Online
Directors: Curt Geda, Jay Oliva, Brandon Vietti, Yasuhiro Aoki, Futoshi Higashide
Producers: Curt Geda, Lauren Montgomery, Margaret M. Dean, James Tucker, Bobbie Page
Format: Box set, PAL
Region: All Regions
Number of discs: 5
DVD Release Date: 1 Aug. 2016
Run Time: 375 minutes
Collection of animated features following the adventures of the Dark Knight. In 'Mystery of the Batwoman' (2003) Batman (voice of Kevin Conroy) is on the attack, targeting his arch-enemy The Penguin (David Ogden Stiers) and his criminal cohort Rupert Thorne (John Vernon) who are plotting a scheme to sell illegal weapons. But there is a new vigilante in town to contend with, calling herself Batwoman (Kyra Sedgwick)! In 'Bad Blood' (2016), during a run-in with the mean Heretic (Travis Willingham) and his gang, Batman (Jason O'Mara) is presumed dead after getting caught in a devastating explosion. Robin (Stuart Allan) continues his patrols with retired Robin Dick Grayson (Sean Maher) disguised as Batman. He fails to convince many, however, and the pair will require the help of Batwoman (Yvonne Strahovski) if they are to track down the missing superhero, whom they suspect is being held by Heretic as part of a sinister plot. In 'Under the Red Hood' (2010) Batman (Bruce Greenwood) does battle with a criminal vigilante known as the Red Hood (Jensen Ackles) who appears to have taken over the city's drug trade. 'Gotham Knight' (2008) tells six chronological stories of the caped crusader that chart Batman (Conroy)'s progression from gifted amateur to fully-fledged crime-fighter. In 'Year One' (2011) Batman (Benjamin McKenzie) returns to Gotham City after spending years away training on foreign territory. Meanwhile, honest policeman Jim Gordon (Bryan Cranston) has arrived in town after being transferred from Chicago. He is sent to track Batman down but with their shared interest in ridding Gotham of its corrupt cops and criminals, the two form an unlikely alliance.
These discs are (PAL) format, and will work on Australian & European DVD players.
USA/Canada customers will need a multi-region enabled player.