SDCC: 'Young Justice' Season 1 Blu-Ray Release Date/'Batman: Brave & the Bold Season 2 Blu-Ray" Announced
At the "Batman: For All Seasons Panel", Warner Bros Archive Collection announced officially the release of Young Justice Season 1 Blu-Ray (the pre-order for the set has just gone up with a release date of September 12th) and perhaps surprisingly, Batman: the Brave & the Bold Season 2 Blu-Ray (no release date yet, but WAC promised it would arrive soon via their Twitter).
As for the panel itself? The panelists reminisced about the shows they worked on and their favorite parts of Batman multi-media lore. Most notable was James Tucker (executive producer and current overseer of DC's Animated Movies) confessing that his favorite Batman is Adam West, how Bruce Greenwood brought a fatherly texture to Batman on Young Justice, and Adam West himself commenting on Legends of the Superheroes, stating "That was the worst piece of shit that I've ever worked on."
Clips of the various Batman shows were shown, including this Comic Con inspired scene from Batman: The Brave & the Bold:
Still no word at this point what extras will be on the Young Justice S1 Blu-Ray set. However, here's the box art for the collection:
Now get to pre-ordering that Blu-Ray set!!
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