"Scooby-Doo! and Batman: The Brave and the Bold" Feature Pre-Release News & Discussion (Spoilers)

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Dudley

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If this becomes a hit, maybe they’ll allow DTV movies to be made based off other shows that have ended, or maybe they’ll have Scooby-Doo crossover with other WB ‘managed properties.
Honestly, imagine all the crossovers Tom and Jerry had but replaced them with Scooby-Doo. They’ll probably be better as a result.


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Back when BATB was on the air, I wanted to see it crossover with Mystery Incorporated but the crossover we got was more in the style of the New Scooby Doo Movies. Then I really wanted to see BATB continue as movies or DC Nation shorts or something else but I'd pretty given up on that at this point. Instead, we got the Batman 66 movies and I was pretty happy those happened. Seeing this trailer in my YouTube feed a few days back was a pretty awesome surprise. I'll definitely look forward to watching this.

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No, as of right now, just DVD or digital.
While the movie itself is naturally great news, the apparent lack of Blu-ray is a little disappointing, as if two of Warner's bigger cartoon franchises still aren't enough for there to be faith in an HD home video release.

Then again, there is precedent for this with both some of the recent non-crossover Scooby-Doo DTV movies and the third Batman Unlimited movie, all of which were also DVD-only on home video.
 

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While the movie itself is naturally great news, the apparent lack of Blu-ray is a little disappointing, as if two of Warner's bigger cartoon franchises still aren't enough for there to be faith in an HD home video release.

Then again, there is precedent for this with both some of the recent non-crossover Scooby-Doo DTV movies and the third Batman Unlimited movie, all of which were also DVD-only on home video.
Quite honestly, the lack of Blu-Ray is probably more to do with Warner Bros. assuming the main target audience for this being kids, thus sticking to a cheaper DVD release.
 

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While the movie itself is naturally great news, the apparent lack of Blu-ray is a little disappointing, as if two of Warner's bigger cartoon franchises still aren't enough for there to be faith in an HD home video release.

Then again, there is precedent for this with both some of the recent non-crossover Scooby-Doo DTV movies and the third Batman Unlimited movie, all of which were also DVD-only on home video.
To be fair to WB, they tried Blu-Rays for a long time with these younger skewing DTV's, but I guess the sales weren't there.

The target audience is kids who don't care about such things or parents who want a cheap option that will entertain their child at home and even in cars, etc.
 
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