Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics have given us an early Christmas present with the Blu-ray release of the complete series of Justice League Unlimited.
The series ran for three seasons on Cartoon Network from 2004 to 2006 and had 39 episodes. All 39 episodes are included in the three-disc set.
Created by Bruce Timm, Justice League Unlimited had major amounts of awesomeness. It featured “the core seven”—Batman (voiced by Kevin Conroy), Superman (voiced by George Newbern), Wonder Woman (voiced by Susan Eisenberg), Flash (voiced by Michael Rosenbaum), J’onn J’onzz (voiced by Carl Lumbly), Green Lantern (voiced by Phil LaMarr), and Hawkgirl (voiced by Maria Canals-Barrera)—along with a bunch of other characters from the DC comics canon.
The storyline takes place after the previous Justice League series (which ran from 2001-2004) where a rebuilt Justice League and their allies work together to defeat Lex Luthor and the Legion of Doom.
Special features on the Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series Blu-ray include:
- Creator’s commentary on “This Little Piggy” and “The Return”
- And Justice for All – a featurette about the revamping the series with new characters and a new creative direction
- Cadmus Exposed – Mark Hamill and the series’ creators talk character and story arc
- Justice League Chronicles – series writers, producers, and directors discuss their favorite moments from the final season
The new Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series Blu-ray is now available on Amazon.com and at your favorite Blu-ray retailers.
Source: Animation Magazine
I’m debating about whether to upgrade to the Blu-ray or not. I have the DVD set of Justice League and JLU together in the metal tin, sealed. I typically do upgrade to BD, but I’m on the fence. The price is under $30 for this though, so that’s a bargain.