To celebrate Batman Day, this week’s selection of Amazon deals put the spotlight on some of the Dark Knight’s greatest adventures.
Hasbro is leaning hard into nostalgia.
The former Titans reunite to battle a returning foe and old demons while Kory struggles with the remnants of the life she left behind.
Seladon and the Skeksis come face-to-face with death while Deeta dn Rian’s search for the Dual Glaive reaps unseen benefits.
As the heroes learn the true history of Thra and the Skeksis, the Emperor forges an alliance with a former foe to quell the Gelfling rebellion.
Seladon cements herself as the new All Maudra in the darkest of ways while Brea, Rian and Deet prepare to trek across the crystal desert.
A path to defeat the Seksis is finally revealed, but the heroes may not be able to step up to save their world from destruction.
Action Comics #1000 deluxe edition, Superman, Pearl, The Dark Crystal, and more are among this week’s best Amazon deals.
Brea begins to question the divisions between the seven Gelfling clans while Rian shares an uncomfortable truth with his pursuers.
For a superhero movie that really needed to soar, Dark Phoenix is perhaps a bit too “grounded.”
Tulip and Cassidy get to know Humperdoo while biding their time as Jesse continues to withstand torture and the ultimate temptation.
Aladdin in 4K looks great. But with hand-drawn animation, even Disney can only provide so much clarity.
Dick tries to recruit a mysterious young metahuman on the run while old threats creep back into Dawn, Hank, and Kory’s lives.
Jesse resists his desires while Tulip and Cassidy prepare to get their revenge by hitting God where it hurts the most.
As the Titans fall to Trigon’s influence, Rachel faces off against her father and embraces her destiny.
Brea goes rogue in her quest to learn more about the mysterious symbol while Rian, Deet and Hup’s time with the Stonewood falls short of expectations.
Jesse’s looming showdown with the almighty means he’s not ready to die just yet, as Tulip and Cassidy race to find him.
Rian must escape the Crystal Castle with proof of the Skeksis’ crimes as Authra wakes up to find Thra in calamity.
Some of its flaws have faded and others remain, but Thor: The Dark World’s relationship-building was crucial.
Paramount’s Iron Man 2 is not a movie Disney or Marvel would likely make today.
Now that Brightburn has arrived on home video, is this superhero horror tale worth picking up on Blu-ray?