DC Comics Animation - Blu-ray/DVD/Digital News & Discussion Thread, Part 19 (Spoilers)

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Yojimbo

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Teen Titans Go! Be My Valentine is the second holiday themed release. It releases January 9, 2018 with an SRP $14.97. It has 11 episodes: The Date, Be Mine, Terra-ized, Opposites, Matched, Love Monsters, Rocks and Water, How 'bout Some Effort, Hand Zombie, BBRAE Part 1, and BBRAE Part 2

The Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders and Batman vs. Two-Face will be re-released in a 2 film collection on February 13 in DVD only so far with an SRP $19.98

And if you're thinking it, yes, I agree, they should swap those release dates with each other.
 
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If Batman: The Animated Series on Blu Ray sells well, will they release DC animated shows of Superman: the animated series on blu ray, batman beyond on blu ray? waiting for batman and mr. freeze: sub-zero to be released on blu ray and static shock seasons 3 and 4 on dvd.
 
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If Batman: The Animated Series on Blu Ray sells well, will they release DC animated shows of Superman: the animated series on blu ray, batman beyond on blu ray? waiting for batman and mr. freeze: sub-zero to be released on blu ray and static shock seasons 3 and 4 on dvd.
Supposedly the rest of Static Shock is coming next year.
I'm actually surprised we got Mystery Of the Batwoman on Blu Ray before Subzero AND Mask Of the Phantasm.
 

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Well, imo, they have at least 5 releases on the docket in 2018 like they did this year. There was The Zeta Project Season 2, Batman: The Brave and The Bold Season 3, Static Shock Season 1 and 2, and Mask of the Phantasm. Stands to reason they probably have Teen Titans Season 1 and 2, Static Shock Season 3 and 4, and Sub-Zero on the docket.
 

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With more and more direct-to-video titles debuting as digital releases ahead of their release on Blu-ray and/or DVD, should we start counting the digital release as the official release date? If we don't then are we behind the times and in denial?

Just asking.
 
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With more and more direct-to-video titles debuting as digital releases ahead of their release on Blu-ray and/or DVD, should we start counting the digital release as the official release date? If we don't then are we behind the times and in denial?
Talkbacks here have been launched by official digital release dates when applicable for the last year or so.