- May 15, 2008
How do you know this wall is supposed to be black? Those windows didn't come from nowhere and the silhouettes are still black. Looks more like the detail was lost in the old master.
If I had to guess, the 1990s team darkened the original animation or added some kind of filter for a more vintage, silhouetted look.
Well, the restoration team should have respected that!
Bruce Timm: Im gonna add a filter so this looks much better.
Restoration team: Im gonna take it away.
Makes no sense
Seems completely pointless, unless Warner Bros. is going to remaster the discs (very unlikely).
Season 1 was released on Blu-Ray back in January by Warner Archive. With Static Shock on DVD done and Sub-Zero on Blu-Ray released, they might release Teen Titans season 2 and maybe 3 on Blu-Ray in 2019.Why Warner Bros won’t release them in blu-ray? We don’t want to see the cropped version since they produced in widescreen in early 2000s.
To quickly follow-up on Pfeiffer-Plan's post, Warner is also re-releasing the Superman: The Complete Animated Series DVD set on October 2, 2018. And that collection is going from a seven-disc set to a six-disc set.If it's a repackage of the previous season DVD's, wouldn't there be 10 DVD's not 7...? Their recent Batman Beyond re-issue had new disc art, but still had the regular 9 discs. Strange.
Personally, I'm ready for WB Archive to start releasing The Batman on Blu-Ray. It's time it got an appraisal 10 years since ending.
The original release probably included JLU. JLU: The Complete Series is now a 3 disc MFV on Warner Archive.And, upon further investigation, Warner's recent 2017 re-release of the Justice League: The Complete Series box set is 10 discs. The original release was 14 discs.
Back cover art for the Justice League: The Complete Series DVD collection re-release states all 91 episodes (Justice League plus Justice League Unlimited) are included on ten-disc set (Discs 1 - 6 for Justice League, 7 - 10 for Justice League Unlimited).The original release probably included JLU. JLU: The Complete Series is now a 3 disc MFV on Warner Archive.
Weird. They must have compressed them on the various DVD's. Which doesn't make too much sense to me.Back cover art for the Justice League: The Complete Series DVD collection re-release states all 91 episodes (Justice League plus Justice League Unlimited) are included on ten-disc set (Discs 1 - 6 for Justice League, 7 - 10 for Justice League Unlimited).
My mistake.That's a Blu-ray set, he's talking about DVDs.