Batman is back and looking better than ever! Remember when the complete series box set of the 1966 Batman TV show was released? That was a pretty heavy bargain at almost $200. Luckily, for people who need to be a bit more thrifty, the seasons are being released in parts. As of right now, and available in stores, Batman: The First Season, Part 1 and 2 are available. Those wrap up the entire first season. However, this month Batman: The Second Season, Part 1 is being released and we the breakdown on what makes these box sets so damn great.

Batman: Season 2, Part 1 includes 30 episodes featuring Robin walking a plank over crocodiles to Penguin opening a high end eatery. I love these classic episodes of Batman. Adam West and Burt Ward are the dream team and to see it come back to DVD for all to enjoy is a treat like no other.

While these box sets don’t include any bonus features like the complete box set does, they do offer every episode remastered which makes this viewing experience that much more grand.

Batman: The Second Season, Part 1 on DVD includes all 30 episodes:

Shoot A Crooked Arrow
Walk The Straight And Narrow
Hot Off The Griddle
The Cat And The Fiddle
The Minstrel’s Shakedown
Barbecued Batman?
The Spell of Tut
Tut’s Case Is Shut
The Greatest Mother Of Them All
Ma Parker
The Clock King’s Crazy Crimes
The Clock King Gets Crowned
An Egg Grows In Gotham
The Yegg Foes In Gotham
The Devil’s Fingers
The Dead Ringers
Hizzonner The Penguin
Dizzonner The Penguin
Green Ice
Deep Freeze
The Impractical Joker
The Joker’s Provokers
Marsha, Queen of Diamonds
Marsha’s Scheme of Diamonds
Come Back, Shame
It’s How You Play The Game
The Penguin’s Nest
The Bird’s Last Jest
The Cat’s Meow
The Bat’s Kow Tow
DVD Standard Features:

• 4 DVD-9s

• Audio: English (1.0 DD)

• Subtitles: English SDH, Latin Spanish, French

• Aspect Ratio: 4×3 Full Screen


Batman: The Second Season, Part 1 is now available on DVD.

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Travis Grimm

Travis Grimm

Travis has been a self-proclaimed geek ever since being introduced to Star Wars before he could speak. He spends most of his free time reading comics, watching TV, collecting toys, blogging, and traveling the US to attend all sorts of conventions. He also likes coffee quite a bit.

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