A few days ago, The Home Theatre Forum held their annual chat with Warner Home Video. Forum members were able to ask WHV any questions they had about future DVD and Blu-Ray releases.
Since the entire DC Comics animation library is owned by Warner Bros., there is usually some news to report after this event has past. Here are the highlights, pulled directly from the chat:
It looks as if the legal issues surrounding the character of Superboy have been cleared up, meaning that The Adventures of Superboy, the classic Filmation cartoon that was a segment in The New Adventures of Superman from 1966 will be headed our way soon!
Superheroes always sell well, and there is still plenty of content to put out. DC supershows that are not yet on DVD include The New Adventures of Superman season two and three (1967-68), The Adventures of Batman (1968), World's Greatest Super Friends (1979), Plastic Man - Baby Plas Super Comedy Show (1979), Super Friends Hour season one and two (1980), Shazam! (1981), and most of Krypto the Superdog (2005).
We've already seen Justice League, Season One on Blu-ray, but the possibility of more hi-def superheroes is good news!
You can read more highlights regarding other animated TV shows at TV Shows on DVD or at The Home Theatre Forum.