It seems insane that we don’t have this release already, but the long-awaited Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie blu-ray is finally approaching. Shout! Factory announced the release this morning, confirming a release date of June 4th. The film was previously only available in the 25th Anniversary Complete Series collection of the original series, only now receiving its first standalone blu-ray.
The blu-ray release will include a new retrospective documentary, featuring interviews with director Bryan Spicer and many of the film’s stars. In addition, there will also be an original featurette and the film’s official theatrical trailer.
The blu-ray is currently available to pre-order for $15.99 on the Shout! Factory website.
Warner Bros. Animation has announced that one of the most famous animated series of all time will be heading to Blu-Ray on October 16th. Batman: The Complete Animated Series will include the entire run of the series, as well as both animated films, Mask of the Phantasm, and SubZero.
The box set will cost $113, includes 10 Blu-Ray discs, as well as three exclusive three Funko mini-figurines of Batman, Harley Quinn and The Joker and seven lenticular art cards. Only 30,000 copies of the box set are being produced. You can hit the jump for a full look at all of the incredible special features included, as well.
Warner Bros. has released the first details of Wonder Woman’s upcoming DVD, Blu-Ray, and 4K Ultra HD release, alongside a new announcement trailer that Gal Gadot posted this morning. Wonder Womanwill be released on home video August 29 digitally and September 19 in physical media.
If you’re one of the few who have yet to see Wonder Woman, it’s one of the most thrilling films of the year, and you can check out the Ph LEVEL Review here. You can also hit the jump to view the complete list of special features.
Best Buy has let slip the first look at the new absolutely gorgeous Wonder Woman 4K Ultra HD steelbook release. The steelbook features yet another incredible looking piece of art featuring Gal Gadot’s Diana Prince, as well as Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen), Antiope (Robin Wright) and Menalippe (Lisa Loven Kongsli).
There’s no release date for the Wonder Woman home video release as of yet, but we should be hearing news soon given the standard release time these days.