Review – Animated Feature
Warner Archive has recently provided The World’s Finest with a copy Static Shock: The Complete Fourth Season on DVD to review. In short, Static Shock: The Complete Fourth Season is a great send-off to the series, giving Static one last round of legitimately well-written stories and solid action (the last three episodes, which focus solely on the core Static Shock cast, are top-notch). Click on the image below to check out the full review.
Static Shock: The Complete Fourth Season is available to own from Warner Archive, and can be purchased through the label and WBShop.com, along with other select retailers. Warner Archive describes the release as follows:
Static Shock: The Complete Fourth Season DVD
Static Shock‘s fourth and final season cements Static’s arrival as an A-list super hero, thanks to a Bat-charged flash-forward that sees Static (voiced by Phil LaMarr) bounce from the present-era Bruce Wayne/Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy) to Batman Beyond’s Terry McGinnis (voiced by Will Friedle) and a glimpse at his own future self. After confronting the future’s incarnation of Kobra (voiced by Lance Henriksen), Virgil returns to Dakota City in the present, where he and Gear (voiced by Jason Marsden) tackle faux Bang Baby wannabe hero She-Bang, assist African hero Anansi and try to take down Static’s idol, Green Lantern (also voiced by LaMarr). It all comes to a head when a cure is discovered for the Bang Babies – a cure that threatens Gear’s and Static’s abilities as well! This collection also includes the Justice League Unlimited two-part episode “The Once and Future Thing” (Part One, Part Two), which follows up on elements from Static Shock’s time-bending season opener.
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The World’s Finest has published its review of the Batman Ninja animated feature, now available to own on Digital HD. In short, Batman Ninja is a huge surprise. The movie manages to continuously up the stakes in unexpected ways, until it just goes so enjoyably and completely off the rails. The story is fun and crazy, the animation is gorgeous, and it’s honestly unlike anything you’ve likely ever seen, Batman-wise. If you aren’t a fan of Digital HD, Batman Ninja hits Blu-ray and DVD on May 8, 2018. To read the complete review, click on the image below.
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Batman Ninja is now available on Digital HD and will hit Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD May 8, 2018. Stay tuned for further updates right here at The World’s Finest and on Twitter.
The World’s Finest has published its review of the Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay animated feature, now available to own on home media. In short, Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay is another great installment of the ongoing DC Universe Movie line, offering plenty of dirty, grungy action mixed with solid laughs and a surprising story. However, it also definitely earns its ‘R’ rating, so viewers sensitive to extreme violence and language may want to be exercise some caution. And, for those looking to own this movie, the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray is the way to go. To read the complete review, click on the image below.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has also released two new video clips from the animated movie, The first clip featured the team discovering the mode of transportation for their latest mission is less-than-luxurious, the second a taste of a brutal rooftop fight. Check out the clips in the players below.
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Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay is now available on Digital HD and will hit 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD April 10, 2018. Stay tuned for further updates right here at The World’s Finest and on Twitter.
The World’s Finest has published its review of Warner Archive’s Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero Blu-ray release, which is now available order directly from Warner Archive, WB Shop and most digital retailers. In short, the new HD remaster of the Batman: The Animated Series spin-off movie looks absolutely stunning. If you want to watch the best possible version of Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero available, look no further. To read the entire review, click on the image below.
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Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero is now available to order through Warner Archive and the WB Shop, along with other online vendors and some retail outlets. To check out the orginal trailer for Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero, click on the player below.
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