The Month of Mouse: Dis­ney’s On-Disc Dom­i­na­tion

The lat­est Bat­man is joined by new Blu-ray ver­sions of Dis­ney fa­vorites, other an­i­mated treats. and

Animation Magazine - - Home Video - By Mercedes Mil­li­gan.

The Dark Knight re­turns to an­i­ma­tion with this videogame-in­spired heist flick. Bat­man must step in after the gov­ern­ment as­sem­bles a group of vil­lains dubbed the Sui­cide Squad and forces them to break into Arkham Asy­lum to re­trieve top se­cret in­for­ma­tion from the Rid­dler. Things go from bad to worse when Har­ley Quinn frees the Joker, who has the means to not only blow up the asy­lum, but most of Gotham City as well.

Di­rected by Jay Oliva and Ethan Spauld­ing from a script by Heath Cor­son, As­sault’s voice cast fea­tures Kevin Con­roy as Bats, Neal McDonough as Dead­shot, Hyn­den Walch as Har­ley, Troy Baker as Joker, Matthew Gray Gubler as Rid- tion hy­brid Bed­knobs & Broom­sticks (1971), as well as the Dis­neyToon DTV film Mickey, Don­ald, Goofy: The Three Mus­ke­teers (2004) and spankin’ new se­quel Mup­pets Most Wanted (also on DVD and dig­i­tal).

Chris Buck and Kevin Lima’s Edgar Rice Bur­roughs adap­ta­tion Tarzan comes with the most bonus fea­tures, mainly car­ried over from the last DVD re­lease and in­clud­ing deleted scenes,

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