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Batman, College, and Fall: Bluer Dis MASK OF THE PHANTASM RECEIVING A HD REMASTER ON BLU-RAY! BATMAN Evening Gothamites! Today Warner Bros. Archive announced that the 1993 animated film "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" will be remastered in 1080p HD on Blu-ray! Directed by Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski with screenplay by Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, Michael Reaves and Martin Pasko, the movie was placed within the DC Animated Universe of the current television show, "Batman: The Animated Series". With Burnett wanting to bring in a major love interest for Bruce Wayne in continuity, we are introduced to Andrea Beaumont, the daughter of wealthy businessman Carl Beaumont and his deceased wife, Victoria. In a series of flashbacks, we witness Andrea's college days at Gotham University, where she meets Bruce Wayne and they fall in love. The two had planned to marry, but Andrea returned the ring Bruce had given her and went away with her father, resulting in Bruce transforming into Batman. After a series of events which led to the death of her father by the mafia, Andrea adopted the disguise of the Phantasm, seeking revenge on her father's killers. In the end, as Batman tries to stop this spree, he and Andrea discover their secret identities, which is a hard revelation for Bruce, them both disappearing into the night and their love not fulfilled. According to ComicBookResources.com, Mask of the Phantasm was originally released in standard definition on LaserDisc and VHS in 1994. This remaster will have a resolution of 1080p with optional ratio for viewers. "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" on Blu-ray has no release date as of now but it is said to have a release "next month" according to WB. Will you be picking up this piece of Batman's animated history? Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡πŸŽ¬πŸ™πŸΌ
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 MASK OF THE PHANTASM
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Evening Gothamites! Today Warner Bros. Archive announced that the 1993 animated film "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" will be remastered in 1080p HD on Blu-ray! Directed by Bruce Timm and Eric Radomski with screenplay by Paul Dini, Alan Burnett, Michael Reaves and Martin Pasko, the movie was placed within the DC Animated Universe of the current television show, "Batman: The Animated Series". With Burnett wanting to bring in a major love interest for Bruce Wayne in continuity, we are introduced to Andrea Beaumont, the daughter of wealthy businessman Carl Beaumont and his deceased wife, Victoria. In a series of flashbacks, we witness Andrea's college days at Gotham University, where she meets Bruce Wayne and they fall in love. The two had planned to marry, but Andrea returned the ring Bruce had given her and went away with her father, resulting in Bruce transforming into Batman. After a series of events which led to the death of her father by the mafia, Andrea adopted the disguise of the Phantasm, seeking revenge on her father's killers. In the end, as Batman tries to stop this spree, he and Andrea discover their secret identities, which is a hard revelation for Bruce, them both disappearing into the night and their love not fulfilled. According to ComicBookResources.com, Mask of the Phantasm was originally released in standard definition on LaserDisc and VHS in 1994. This remaster will have a resolution of 1080p with optional ratio for viewers. "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" on Blu-ray has no release date as of now but it is said to have a release "next month" according to WB. Will you be picking up this piece of Batman's animated history? Thanks for following and we'll have more History of the Batman soon! βœŒπŸΌπŸ’™πŸ¦‡πŸŽ¬πŸ™πŸΌ

Evening Gothamites! Today Warner Bros. Archive announced that the 1993 animated film "Batman: Mask of the Phantasm" will be remastered in 10...

Bad, Bad Day, and Batman: (TZMACHER vlETZM4 Qhy7708 7708-S SMILE! IS FOR .LING JOKE HISTORYOFI'llEBAT3Lse.. WITZ KAWALAR2 K "The ABC's of The Joker" - K is for "Batman: The Killing Joke": On March 29, 1988, one of the most definitive Joker stories was published: the graphic novel 'Batman: The Killing Joke' written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland, John Higgins and Richard Starkings. The story begins with the Dark Knight traveling to Arkham Asylum, deciding to attempt to talk to Joker, ending their war once and for all. Yet he finds an imposter Joker in his cell. The real Joker is free, purchasing a run down amusement park. The issue turns to a series of flashbacks presenting Joker's "origin story": an unnamed man failing to become a stand up comedian reluctantly agrees to help two crooks do an inside job at a power plant to bring in money to support his wife and unborn child. Tragedy strikes when the man learns his wife and baby have died and the heist at the plant goes wrong, leading the man to flee from the Batman on site into a vat of chemicals transforming him into the insane Joker. To prove that even the sanest man can turn for the worst after having one bad day, Joker arrives at the home of Commissioner Gordon and his daughter Barbara. As Babs opens the door, the Clown Prince of Crime shoots her, having her crash into the coffee table. Joker's henchmen then kidnap James, imprisoning him in the run down amusement park and is forced to view large photos taken by the Joker of Barbara undressed and wounded from the gunshot. Once Batman arrives at the hospital, finding Barbara paralyzed from the gunshot and discovering Joker photographed her, he goes to save Gordon, and the Joker retreats into the funhouse. Gordon's sanity is intact despite the ordeal and he insists that Batman capture the Joker "by the book" in order to "show him that our way works". Batman tracks down the Joker and subdues him, then attempts to reach out to Joker to give up crime and put a stop to their years-long war. The Joker declines, however, ruefully saying "It's far too late". The comic fittingly ends with Joker telling a joke, both him and Batman laughing and the panels move away into the rain. βœŒπŸΌπŸ’œπŸ’šπŸƒπŸ“š
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"The ABC's of The Joker" - K is for "Batman: The Killing Joke": On March 29, 1988, one of the most definitive Joker stories was published: the graphic novel 'Batman: The Killing Joke' written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland, John Higgins and Richard Starkings. The story begins with the Dark Knight traveling to Arkham Asylum, deciding to attempt to talk to Joker, ending their war once and for all. Yet he finds an imposter Joker in his cell. The real Joker is free, purchasing a run down amusement park. The issue turns to a series of flashbacks presenting Joker's "origin story": an unnamed man failing to become a stand up comedian reluctantly agrees to help two crooks do an inside job at a power plant to bring in money to support his wife and unborn child. Tragedy strikes when the man learns his wife and baby have died and the heist at the plant goes wrong, leading the man to flee from the Batman on site into a vat of chemicals transforming him into the insane Joker. To prove that even the sanest man can turn for the worst after having one bad day, Joker arrives at the home of Commissioner Gordon and his daughter Barbara. As Babs opens the door, the Clown Prince of Crime shoots her, having her crash into the coffee table. Joker's henchmen then kidnap James, imprisoning him in the run down amusement park and is forced to view large photos taken by the Joker of Barbara undressed and wounded from the gunshot. Once Batman arrives at the hospital, finding Barbara paralyzed from the gunshot and discovering Joker photographed her, he goes to save Gordon, and the Joker retreats into the funhouse. Gordon's sanity is intact despite the ordeal and he insists that Batman capture the Joker "by the book" in order to "show him that our way works". Batman tracks down the Joker and subdues him, then attempts to reach out to Joker to give up crime and put a stop to their years-long war. The Joker declines, however, ruefully saying "It's far too late". The comic fittingly ends with Joker telling a joke, both him and Batman laughing and the panels move away into the rain. βœŒπŸΌπŸ’œπŸ’šπŸƒπŸ“š

"The ABC's of The Joker" - K is for "Batman: The Killing Joke": On March 29, 1988, one of the most definitive Joker stories was published: t...