The World’s Finest Reviews “Legion of Super Heroes: The Complete Series” Blu-ray Release
The World’s Finest has published its review for the Legion of Super Heroes: The Complete Series Blu-ray title from Warner Archive, which is available for order now through WB Shop and most digital retailers. In short, the show itself is a blast from start to finish – especially in the second season when the stakes get raised considerably. Add in a great video and audio presentation, along with a nice batch of bonus content courtesy of Warner Archive, and Legion of Super Heroes: The Complete Series becomes one collection that folks should really give a spin. To read the complete review, click on the image below.
Warner Archive and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment describes the collections as follows:
Legion of Super Heroes: The Complete Series
One thousand years from now, the legendary Man of Steel inspires a group of emerging young heroes from the 31st century to band together and defend the newly formed United Planets. That is, if they don’t kill each other first. In Season One, Legionnaires Bouncing Boy (Michael Cornacchia), Brainiac 5 (Adam Wylie), Saturn Girl (Kari Wahlgren) and Lightning Lad (Andy Milder) travel back in time to convince an awkward teen named Clark Kent (Yuri Lowenthal) to join their Legion of Superheroes and battle their archnemeses, the Fatal Five. The insecure teen is, in turn, inspired by his new friends and, with their help, begins his journey to become the galaxy’s greatest hero. Catching up two years later, Season Two presents Superman and the Legion with an even greater challenge: Kell-El, the Superman of the 41st century!
Presented in full 16×9 widescreen across three Blu-ray discs, Legion of Super-Heroes – The Complete Series includes all 26 episodes of the popular show, which aired on The CW from 2006-2008, as well as a pair of bonus features: the involving featurette “We Are Legion”; and an Exclusive Audio Commentary on the series’ heralded two-part finale, “Dark Victory, Parts One and Two,” with producer James Tucker, director Brandon Vietti and the voice of Saturn Girl, Kari Wahlgren (Rick and Morty, DC Super Hero Girls, Supergirl).
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