Superman The Complete Animated Series

A couple years ago the Batman Beyond The Complete Series Bluray was released. Now it’s time to dawn the red cape as Superman The Complete Animated Series Bluray arrives! Coincidently it has been 25 years since the show came out.

All 54 episodes have been fully remastered.  Color correction, dirt and scratch clean up, and adding a grain reduction was all done to the original 35mm Interpositive sources for your improved viewing pleasure. The audio was retransferred from the original audio masters, and the series is presented in its original aspect ratio (4×3).

Also included are a many featurettes with a new one entitled Superman: Timeless Icon, a video commentary episode and three episodes with audio commentaries by the showrunners.

It’s awesome to be able to have Superman finally join the family of DC 90’s cartoon remasters. You can watch it where ever when ever with its Bluray and Digital Code.


Don’t change that input. Injustice the video game is now a DC Animated Movie. If you loved beating up a bunch of DC super heroes in Injustice the game, then this movie is for you.

There are plenty of twists and turns with shocking gory death scenes. All of this is set in motion by Joker tricking Superman. Rightfully so Superman and Batman have opposing views and form their teams.

Special features included are Adventures in Storytelling – Injustice: Crisis and Conflict, and From the DC Vault 2: Bonus Cartoons. With it also arriving on 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital Code it’s pretty jammed packed with content.

It’s a good start to what could become a series of cameo animated films. Would be great to see more characters like the Mortal Kombat universe or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles swing into the action.

Night of the Animated Dead

Night of the Animated Dead presents an interesting idea. What if classic live action films were turned into animated films for modern day audiences? Kind of like the reverse of what Disney is doing with its animated films turning them into live action flicks. Retell the same story almost shot for shot.

It’s not a bad idea, but ideally the animation would be on par with the quality of the original film. This is where Night of the Animated Dead doesn’t fully work. I guess you have to like the animation style in order to now like the movie. The animation is similar to the style of the TV show Archer. So if you’re into that show imagine a lot more blood and you’ll like Night of the Animated Dead.

Thankfully the other elements such as story and voice over acting do their job and hold up the film. Night of the Animated Dead is not perfect, but it’s an unique take.

The Bluray does include one special feature called Making of the Animated Dead.

The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard

Whether you realize it or not new movies are being released. The first The Hitman’s Bodyguard dropped way back in 2017. The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard finally came out in 2021. Honestly I had no idea they released the sequel. So while I missed it, as I haven’t been to move theaters in years, I can now catch it on Bluray!

Ryan Reynolds + Samuel L. Jackson + explosions makes for a great buddy duo action flick. Add in Salma Hayek, Antonio Banderas, and Morgan Freeman and now you’ve got a party.

The Bluray comes with a DVD and Digital Copy. Special features include Ryan, Sam, Salma: One F’d Up Family – Gone Soft: The New Michael Bryce – Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard: #stuntlife – On the set of Hitman’s Wire’s Bodyguard – Gag reel – and theatrical trailers. It’s a good amount of extras that will make you laugh some more!

Superman: Man Of Tomorrow

Superman: Man Of Tomorrow is an origin story because it starts at the beginning. Don’t we all love origin stories? They’re usually the easiest story to tell because who the hell knows how a fictitious story is going to end. That being said Superman: Man Of Tomorrow ignores the typical Superman origin story and goes straight into the action.

Instead of General Zod or Lex Luthor doing something zany, we’ve got Lobo, an alien Parasite, and Superman figuring out what to wear from his costume. It’s actually nice to see new things happening in an origin story. Many things feel modern such as Clark Kent and Lois Lane being interns at The Daily Planet because as we all know companies don’t just hire unexperienced employees. I wonder if The Daily Planet is paying its interns. If not how is Clark affording to pay his rent?

Thankfully the story doesn’t focus on my questions. Speaking of the artwork and visuals it’s a very pretty animated film. In many ways it seems like it was pulled straight out of the comics.

Fun facts this movie comes in 4K ultra HD, Bluray, and Digital Code. Surprisingly there’s lots of bonus content included such as docs about Lobo and Martian Manhunter, sneak peaks for new animated DC Universe movies, and two episodes of the 90’s Superman cartoon featuring Lobo.

This package is like the ultimate for fans of Lobo.