Every Batman Movie And TV Show Available On Blu-Ray Right Now



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There’s never a bad night for some Dark Knight entertainment, and if you’re craving a Batman film, these days you’re spoiled for choice. An icon of cinema, Batman has appeared in dozens of films and TV show projects over the years. The live-action movies are arguably where Batman has left his biggest mark on mainstream media, but you’d be surprised to see just how good some of his animated adventures are.

If we’re talking big-bat-budget escapades, then you can’t go wrong with classics like Tim Burton’s one-two punch of Batman and Batman Returns. Starring Michael Keaton under the cowl, these films combined a dark atmosphere with an all-star cast of actors rising to menace the Caped Crusader. There’s a timeless quality to these films, as they were produced before CGI enhancements became commonplace, and the performances from Keaton, Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Danny DeVito helped cement Burton’s tour of Gotham as legendary entertainment.

Shifting ahead to the current age, we’ve had some interesting interpretations of Batman over the last decade. Christopher Nolan introduced a Batman who could actually turn his head in his Dark Knight trilogy, while Zack Snyder and Ben Affleck created a vigilante who was a terrifying mountain of muscles hellbent on murdering Superman in his first outing. A few years later, we got Robert Pattinson in The Batman–or The Pattman–a grounded take on the hero where the focus was on detective work.

On the animated front, some of the best Batman projects of all time can be found in this department. Batman: The Animated Series is the gold standard for the character, while Batman Beyond offers a fascinating departure from the status quo that features an all-new hero wearing the mantle of the Bat in a far-future version of Gotham. Batman: The Brave and the Bold is pure Silver Age silliness at its very best, while 2004’s The Batman is a surprisingly cool take on the hero with radical redesigns of his sinister enemies–did anyone expect a Spongebob-voiced Penguin who had mastered Kung-Fu in this series? And the animated Justice League show puts Batman a global stage on which to wage his war on crime.

Then there are the DC Universe animated films, which are a collection of one-shots and connected tales that have been regularly produced for two decades now. These include fantastic adaptations of beloved comic stories like Batman: Year One, The Dark Knight Returns, and Under the Red Hood, as well as several original one-shot films.

As you can see, there are dozens of great Batman stories to watch, and the good news is many of them are available right now on Blu-ray. So, to help you track them all down so you can add them to your collection, we’ve we’ve compiled all the Batman Blu-rays currently available into a giant list below. You’ll find almost every Batman film and TV show on there, minus some gaps for the few films that haven’t made it past to Blu-ray yet–such as the awesome Batman vs Dracula–but we’ve also added a section for Batman-adjacent projects. These are mostly animated films featuring Batman, like several Lego movies, Justice League team-up appearances, and crossovers with other IPs like RWBY.

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