“Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman,” “Superman: Brainiac Attacks” Blu-rays Announced

Warner Home Video has announced Blu-ray releases for the animated titles Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman and Superman: Brainiac Attacks. Both titles will street on March 12th, 2013 for the MSRP of $14.98. Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman was originally set for a Blu-ray release earlier this year, but was delayed for undisclosed reasons. Superman: Brainiac Attacks is being released to coincide with the promotional push for the upcoming Man of Steel theatrical feature film. Continue below for official details on both titles released by the studio.

Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman
Street Date:
March 12th, 2013

Synopsis: The Dark Knight is back in this all-new feature-length thriller featuring the voices of Kelly Ripa (Live! With Regis and Kelly), Kyra Sedgwick (Born on the Fourth of July) and Hector Elizondo (The Princess Diaries). The Penguin and Rupert Thorn are criminal cohorts with a scheme to sell illegal weapons. But there’s a new super hero in Gotham City who has other plans for the evil entrepreneurs – Batwoman! With high-tech gadgets and powerful punches, Batwoman proves to be a formidable crimefighter – the only problem is that the Dark Knight has no clue who she is! And when Batwoman crosses the criminal line, Batman must identify whether or not this new player is really an ally! Join the world’s greatest detective in this exciting new adventure that will keep you guessing until the mask is pulled off!

The release includes an exclusive Batman animated short, “Chase Me” from the Emmy(R) Award winning writers Alan Burnett and Paul Dini.

Superman: Brainiac Attacks
Street Date:
March 12th, 2013

Synopsis: Superman, about to finally divulge his identity and his feelings to Lois Lane, suddenly finds his mighty hands full when Brainiac, a powerful computer, bent on universal domination and Lex Luthor team up to defeat him. Armed with new weapons and a special strain of kryptonite infused in his body, Brainiac becomes the most powerful enemy The Man of Steal has ever faced. When Lois Lane is critically injured by a force beam that was intended for him, Superman must race into the mysterious Phantom Zone to find a cure. Brianiac, believing Superman to be dead, betrays Lex Luthor and begins his attack on the city of Metropolis and ultimately Earth. Will Superman survive the Phantom Zone in order to defeat his deadly foes, save Lois and Metropolis?

Warner Home Video has confirmed both titles will be presented in the widescreen format.

Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman and Superman: Brainiac Attacks on Blu-ray will street on March 12th, 2013 for the MSRP of $14.98. Details on the above-mentioned Blu-rays are available on The World’s Finest here and here. Stay tuned for further updates, including additional package artwork for Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman and Superman: Brainiac Attacks here soon at The World’s Finest.

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    I see no reason to buy the BLU-Ray because I already own the DVD. Will be there be a GREAT improvement in quality?

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    justin quality? – Not in the storyline! HAW HAW.

    but seriously this is truly baffling. Why oh why is WB holding out delivering Mask of the Phantasm and/or at LEAST Sub-Zero? truly pathetic.

    and yet, we still have no Young Justice on blu-ray either. WB is muckin’ up.

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    Why not release this movies with the box of both entire series on blu next year? This is weird..

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    I see no reason to own Mystery of the Batwoman . . . at all.

    Seriously, that was an awful film and did nothing for the animated Batman canon in the slightest. I guess it was kind of neat to see Thorne again but even there he was pointless.

    I’m with Miguel, where’s our Mask of the Phantasm Bluray? Come on, HD MotP widescreen! Maybe even a TRUE collector’s edition with more than the barebones! The movie deserves it! It’s easily one of the best things to come out of the Animated Series Batman!

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