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It’s been a long time coming, owing to a decades old rights dispute between Fox and Warner Bros., but the classic Batman television series is finally arriving on Blu-ray and DVD. Of course, we’ve known that for a little while — but now we have an actual date: Nov. 11.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment made the announcement at Comic-Con International in San Diego, where it also revealed other details, including the price: Batman: The Complete Television Series will set you back $270 for the Blu-ray limited edition and $200 for DVD. Batman: The Complete First Season will be available for $40.
Batman: The Complete Television Series includes all 120 original broadcast episodes, completely remastered, with more than three hours of bonus features, including interviews with Adam West and Burt Ward. The Blu-ray Limited Edition comes individually numbered, with an exclusive Hot Wheels replica Batmobile, Adam West Scrapbook, 44 vintage trade cards, an Ultraviolet digital copy of all 120 episodes, and an episode guide.