Batman fans rejoice! This weekend is San Diego Comic Con 2019 and this means we are going to be getting a lot of news in regards to movies, comic books, anime and even video games. Today I got some exciting news to tell you if you love the classic Batman: The Animated Series show. If you have Batman: The Animated Series collection, you might want to save up for this Batman collection. It’s been announced that the sequel, spinoff Batman Beyond will be coming back in a Blu-Ray collection set. The set is expected to come out on Blu-Ray October 29th and a digital version on October 15th.
To celebrate the 20 years of this cartoon, this collection will come out as a Limited Edition set with a total of 52 episodes. 41 episodes out of the 52 will be remastered without film grain, 35 mm film and enhancing resolution. This collection will have bonus features that includes commentary from series creator Bruce Timm, four art cards, a remastered movie of Batman Beyond: The Return of the Joker and an exclusive Pop Funko figure of Batman. According to IGN, the digital collection of this will be about $49.99 and the physical set is $99.99.
Talk about a bad way to start the day. I found out about this news early morning while I was working at my job. I bring some bad news that has been going on throughout social media. The animation studio building Kyoto Animation was caught on fire due to an arson attack. News have reported that the fire was started yesterday, July 17th, and it was caused by an arson who poured out gasoline on the building. According to the police, the arson was described as a man in his 40s. Currently, he is apprehended and the police will look further details to confirm if he really did create the fire. According to Anime News Network, there were about 70 people inside the burning building and about 33 people have died.
The news is still updating and I am going to leave all these sources I found so you can stay plugged in.
Kyoto Animation is well known for creating anime such as Clannad, Violet Evergarden, Angel Beats, A Silent Voice and Free! If you want to help out with Kyoto Animation, Sentai Filmworks (English Anime company) has partned with GoFundMe to collect donations to help this company
Crunchyroll is also helping the cause by allowing fans to write a message to Kyoto Animations. You can send a kind message to help lift the spirits for the company and you have the opportunity to upload a picture or fanart of KyoAni anime.
Crunchyroll Share Message
May God be with everyone