Warner Bros. Announces “DC Universe Movies Superman 80th Anniversary Collection”

Warner Bros. Home Video has announced the upcoming release of the “DC Universe Movies Superman 80th Anniversary Collection” on Blu-ray and DVD.

EARTH’S GREATEST PROTECTOR TURNS 80! For 80 years, the citizens of Metroplois and beyond have called upon one hero to see to their rescue during times of great catastrophe and disaster. Superman has bested insurmountable foes against the greatest of odds to keep earth safe. Lex Luthor, Doomsday, Brainiac and other evil adversaries have all gone down in defeat against Krypton’s greatest son. Join the celebration as the Man of Steel faces off against more otherworldly terror in this eight-movie DC Universe collection. Includes: Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam, Superman: Doomsday, All-Star Superman, Superman/Batman: Public Enemies, Superman vs. The Elite, Superman/Batman: Apocalypse, Superman: Unbound, and Justice League vs Teen Titans

Scheduled to be released on Blu-ray and DVD on June 5 and available now for Digital Download, purchase the “DC Universe Movies Superman 80th Anniversary Collection” from Amazon.com.

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sundevil82
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Less cash grabs, more Man of Steel 2.

bhof
Member

Couldn’t agree more.

Nate1986
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I’ve been hastagging #ManofSteel2 on twitter

SupermanArmy
Member

Could not agree more. Maybe they’ll make a surprise announcement at Comic-con. Supergirl and Krypton are good, but it is past due to have Big Blue back on the big screen in his own live action movie.

Adekis
Member

That’ll get my money faster than re-releasing movies I already own, better believe it.

And more of it. I mean heck, I watched JL three times in theaters and then bought it immediately. Man of Steel 2 would probably siphon off even more of my hard-earned cash.

MIKE-EL
Member

Anyone else find it odd that Justice League vs Teen Titans is on here as opposed to any other Justice League movie featuring Superman? Seems like an odd choice, especially when Superman/Batman: Apocalypse should be on here instead.

Adekis
Member

Yeah, that IS weird. Not like JL vs. TT has a particularly great emphasis on Superman. He does a lot of good stuff in fights and such.

Apocalypse IS on there though. Guess they just realized they needed one more movie to round out the numbers.

Kal-Ed
Member

Already have them all. Not a real eye-catcher. The real deal would be a man of steel follow up.

Spidey2878
Member

I find it odd that none of the live action Superman movies made it into this collection.

Lois
Member

I find that odd too. Perhaps they’ll release a Blu-ray/DVD live action collection of Superman movies.