THE ZETA PROJECT: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON ON MARCH 17, 2009!
The Multi-Disc Set Includes the Highly Anticipated Conclusion
To The Series Told By Producer Robert Goodman
Warner Home Video (WHV) and DC Comics bring Zeta, the experientially infiltrated robot from Batman Beyond, to DVD in The Zeta Project: The Complete First Season, on March 17, 2009 for $26.99 SRP. The multi-disc compilation is a spin-off from the animated series Batman Beyond and includes bonus episodes from Batman Beyond that feature Zeta and a featurette with producer Robert Goodman.
Zeta, a robot programmed by the U.S. government to fight the country’s enemies using weaponry and a holographic self-projector, evolves to the point where he acquires both emotion and a conscience. As the value of human life became evident, he flees the government, who believes he has been reprogrammed by a foreign power. On the run, Zeta encounters Rosalie “Ro” Rowan, a street orphan who is wanted by the law herself. Join Zeta and Ro in The Zeta Project: The Complete First Season as they set out across America to find both Ro’s parents, and Zeta’s creator who can prove the robot is acting of his own free will.
The Zeta Project: The Complete First Season will be a multi-disc DVD with approximately 260 minutes of twelve 22-minutes episodes including:
-His Maker’s Name
-Change of Heart
-The Next Gen
Originally broadcast on Kids’ WB, The Zeta Project was a two season adventure that left fans in suspense with no conclusion ever written for the series. As an exciting extra The Zeta Project: The Complete First Season will feature:
Featurette: Finding Freedom – (15-20 minutes approx) With no conclusion ever written for the series, fans have been left to wonder what happened to Zeta and Ro. In a roundtable discussion, the cast speculates on various theories of where the show would have gone while producer/show runner Robert Goodman and his team give the fans the definitive answers.
Bonus Episodes from Batman Beyond that feature Zeta:
“We are thrilled to be extending the Batman franchise with The Zeta Project: The Complete First Season” said Amit Desai, WHV Vice President of Family, Animation & Sports Marketing. “The twelve episodes are filled with high energy and the bonus featurette with Robert Goodman is a real treat for fans that have been waiting in anticipation for an ending.”
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