Warner Bros.’ “Warner Archive” manufacture-on-demand program has finally extended to releasing television series, both animated and live-action, and last week, they released a fan-favorite animated series from the early 1990’s, The Pirates of Dark Water.

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On August 17, Warner Home Video released their first larger collection of the animated series Batman: The Brave and the Bold. The series, which first aired on the Cartoon Network, is the latest in a line of many Batman cartoons. It’s about as different as you can get from the gothic Batman: The Animated Series or the wild redesigns of The Batman.

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As covered here on KSiteTV recently, BBC Video released several classic Doctor Who stories in one big swoop on July 10, and we’re finally around time to review the last two of them.

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Warner Home Video has recently released another DVD full of episodes of the original incarnation of Superfriends. For historians or those folks like myself with a nostalgic streak, this set is a must; for others, it might be so good.

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As part of four classic Doctor Who DVD releases that were put out recently (our review of “Underworld” can be found here with other reviews soon to be posted), the 3-disc Region 1 set of The Space Museum and The Chase is definitely one of my favorites. It’s a bit pricey, as it includes three discs, but it’s still a very cool part of Doctor Who history.

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On July 6, Warner Home Video released not one, not two, but four DVD sets worth of classic Doctor Who. They seem to be set on releasing all of the episodes of the original series, and I truly appreciate that.

Instead of reviewing all four sets at once, I am going to start with one of the four – “Underworld,” the Doctor Who serial that aired between January 7-28, 1978. The story stars Tom Baker as the fourth Doctor with Louise Jameson as Leela, his companion.

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Review by Craig Byrne Back in the day, TV networks didn’t just let their pilots die; they instead aired them as TV-movies. They’d be burned off in the summer, and sometimes you could even get 2 very different pilots based on the same concept airing in the same week!... Read more
Review by Craig Byrne The recent DVD release of The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of Hamlet – starring Doctor Who’s David Tennant and Star Trek: the Next Generation’s Patrick Stewart – gives audiences who might not have had the chance to see them on stage, an opportunity to see... Read more
Review by Craig Byrne Ah, old Doctor Who. You really loved that “The ____ of ____” title scheming trope, didn’t you? BBC Video earlier this month released three classic Doctor Who stories to DVD, and being that two of them feature Jon Pertwee’s Third Doctor and two of them... Read more