I'm inclined to agree here. And I confess that brand my favorite. They do take up a good chunk of what WB releases of Animation each year. If there wasn't demand I can't imagine them getting so much. Especially when the Looney Tunes, later WB shows and Pre-Adventure Time Cartoon Network originals are so much less released. We can't really sit here and say "surely there's more demand for the ones they barely touch than the ones they release multiples of per year" now can we? That would be like suicidal business in an already dwindling market. DC Animation is seemingly in a bubble he doesn't mention there. They finished out all the Super Friends sets a year or so ago. The it looked like they would do the same for Filmation. But we've seen no release for Superboy yet. Then there's also the other two back up Plastic Man segments Ruby Spears made. Besides that some of the DCAU and laters aren't out yet. Not sure if there's a lack of interest there, dtv DC stuff seems to be doing fine enough to keep making and promoting. So maybe they'll get some more attention soon. But on that note, regardless of liking which brand, it's not hard to see which two are getting the most attention from the home video divisions. It suits me just fine, but I suppose if I favored the brands not looking so good, I may not be paying much attention to the releases either.