“Batman: The Brave And The Bold” Blu-ray, “Static Shock,” “The Zeta Project” DVDs Coming In March 2017

Warner Archive is slated to release new Batman: The Brave and The Bold, Static Shock and The Zeta Project home video titles in March. Both Batman: The Brave and The Bold and The Zeta Project will see their respective final seasons released while Static Shock will finally get a proper release of its first season. Batman: The Brave and The Bold: Complete Season Three, Static Shock: The Complete First Season and The Zeta Project: Season Two will all be available to order from Warner Archive in March through the Warner Archive website, WB Shop and select digital outlets. Batman: The Brave and The Bold will be a Blu-ray title, while Static Shock and The Zeta Project will be DVD titles.

An official press release for all three titles has yet to be issued, but Warner Archives has released details on each, which can be found below.


Batman: The Brave and The Bold – Complete Season Three Blu-ray
Release Date: March 21st, 2017
MSRP: $21.99
Run Time: 297 Minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1, Widescreen (16×9)
Audio: English (DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0)

Synopsis: Join the Caped Crusader and a wealth of DC’s finest as they team up to battle injustice in the third and final season of this cutting-edge series! Evil never sleeps in these diabolical schemes plotted by the world’s most infamous criminals, including The Joker, Lex Luthor, Equinox and Ra’s Al Ghul! Fortunately, Batman and his many allies, including Superman, Green Lantern, Aquaman and Wonder Woman, are always up for the challenge! Circle this globe and others, and even travel through time, in these 13 action-packed, fun-filled episodes!


Static Shock: The Complete First Season DVD
Release Date: March 28th, 2017
MSRP: $24.99
Run Time: 275 Minutes
Aspect Ratio: (Dolby Stereo 2.0)
Audio: Original Aspect Ratio – 1.33, Standard

Synopsis: Synopsis: Based on characters from the DC Comics series, superhero Virgil Hawkins and his classmates confront real problems and issues faced by today’s teens: peer pressure, gangs and growing up in an ethnically diverse, urban neighborhood.

Meet Virgil Hawkins, a mild-mannered teen in the wrong place at the wrong time when a chemical explosion rocks the streets of Dakota City- changing him from supergeek to super-hero. Based on the Milestone/DC Comics property, this animated series about the adventures of the first African-American teenage superhero follows quick-witted Virgil, who finds himself imbued with electromagnetic superpowers after being exposed to a mutagenic gas. Taking on the guise of Static, an urban hero of his own creation, he must learn to control his powers, figure out how to patrol the skies at night and still make it home in time to study for school. Virgil’s greatest discovery becomes the real “charge” he gets out of helping people and making a positive difference as a super-hero in his community. The series confronts real problems and issues faced by today’s kids, including peer pressure, gangs and growing up in an ethnically diverse urban neighborhood.


The Zeta Project: Season Two DVD
Release Date: March 14th, 2017
MSRP: $24.99
Run Time: 269 Minutes
Aspect Ratio: (Dolby Stereo 2.0)
Audio: Original Aspect Ratio – 1.33, Standard

Synopsis: They created him to kill their enemies, but he refuses to destroy anymore…

Renegade “synthoid” Zeta (voice of Diedrich Bader, Batman: The Brave and the Bold), marked for reprogramming after developing a conscience and defying his evil orders, flees from a ruthless government agent. Capable of transforming himself at will into any human shape and possessing amazing cybernetic resources, Zeta joins Ro (voice of Julie Nathanson, Beverly Hills 90210) a 15-year-old street kid in her own kind of trouble with the law. In this spin-off from the blockbuster animated series Batman Beyond, futuristic vehicles, weapons and technology meld with the touching and humorous story of two misfits who need each other to survive in a dangerous world.


Warner Archive will also re-release The Zeta Project: Season One to DVD on March 14th, 2017. The original The Zeta Project: Season One DVD release, by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, has long been out of print.

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Warner Archive are expected to release further details on these titles. For additional details on each series, please check out the Batman: The Brave and The Bold, Static Shock and The Zeta Project subsites right here at The World’s Finest. Batman: The Brave and The Bold: Complete Season Three, Static Shock: The Complete First Season and The Zeta Project: Season Two will all be available to order from Warner Archive in March through the Warner Archive website, WB Shop and select digital outlets.

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With 2014 now done and over with, the last news story from The World’s Finest has officially been posted up. As I mentioned on this site a year ago, it’s time to ease back on the overall workload of this site, and that starts with wrapping up the daily news post for the foreseeable future. Thousands and thousands of news posts, including three straight years of news posts at least five days a week, without a single weekday missed. And, with 2015 now here, that ends as The World’s Finest will return to its roots as an unbeatable resource for fans. An archive of content, a collection of materials covering a host of different shows and movies, a wealth of information – call it what you will, but The World’s Finest will be embracing that once again.

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DisneyXD Removes “Batman: The Animated Series,” Others From Schedule

Effective October 1st, 2010, Disney XD will no longer be airing the network’s current trio of animated series featuring DC Comics characters. According to Disney XD schedule details released by the network, Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series and Static Shock will be removed from the programming grid. Representatives for the network will not confirm whether or not this is a permanent removal or temporary.

Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series and Static Shock have been airing in late-night programming slots on the network, with Static Shock airing two – four times a week while Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series both garner a single weekly airing. Promotions for all three series has also waned recently on the network. All three series air in late-night Monday and Sunday timeslots.

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Disney XD Network Airing Classic “Static Shock” Two-Part Episode This Weekend

The Disney XD network has provided schedule details for the classic Static Shock two-part episode “A League of Their Own,” featuring characters from the Justice League animated series, slated to air this weekend on said network. The two-part episode features Static and the Justice League facing off against Brainiac, with both parts airing back-to back on April 18th, 2010 beginning at 1am (ET). Please note the schedule information listed below is provided by Disney XD.

Sunday, April 18th, 2010 at 1:00am (ET) – “A League of Their Own, Part One”
Static and Gear go on a space mission with the Justice League.

Sunday, April 18th, 2010 at 1:30am (ET) – “A League of Their Own, Part Two”
Static teams up with the Justice League to save his friend, Gear.

Schedule details are subject to change without notice. Please consult your local listings or provider for further Disney XD scheduling details. Click here to view the Static Shock subsite here at The World’s Finest.

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DC Animated Series Scheduled For Disney XD Network Revamp Launch In February 2009

Disney XD, the name of the relaunched Toon Disney network, has announced a breakdown for its February 13th, 2009 premiere, and three DC Comics-themed animated series will be part of schedule . Below is the schedule for the DC animated shows that will be airing when the network is relaunched.

Static Shock will air Monday-Thursday at 3pm (ET), Tuesday-Friday at 9pm (ET), and Saturday at 5pm – 7pm (ET).
Superman: The Animated Series will air Sunday – Monday at 2am (ET)
Batman: The Animated Series will air Sunday – Monday at 2:30am (ET).

While Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series have been fixtured on the Toon Disney network, Static Shock is a new addition to the schedule. Please note that special blocks of Batman: The Animated Series and Superman: The Animated Series will be airing on Disney XD at undisclosed timeslots. Stay tuned for further updates.

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“The Zeta Project” On DVD In 2009, “Batman: The Animated Series” Blu-rays Considered

Warner Home Video held their annual Home Theater Forum chat regarding television shows and animation on DVD and several DC Animation-related projects were asked about. For fans of the DCAU, news on a DVD release of The Zeta Project was big news, as well as a surprise. The robot Zeta, lead character of The Zeta Project, first appeared on Batman Beyond.

Toward the end of the chat, Warner Home Video revealed that The Zeta Project would see a 2009 release on DVD. Many more DC cartoon releases were mentioned, including other DCAU titles. A complete series collection for Superman: The Animated Series is also being considered, as is a special edition for Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, something fans have been asking for for over two years. Warner Home Video is also seriously considering releasing Batman: The Animated Series on the Blu-ray format. No mention was made of a new possible Static Shock DVD release. For now, the only confirmed release of the above-mentioned titles is The Zeta Project. Complete DVD releases of Static Shock and The Zeta Project have been requested year after year by fans eager to have a complete library of DCAU animation. During the chat, Warner Home Video stated their goal is to release the entire DC Comics animation library onto DVD.

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