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    Batman / Superman Adventures Intro

    Unfortunately, it seems that the DVDs of both Batman the Animated Series and Superman the Animated Series both use each show’s older opening credits sequence, and the superb opening used for The New Batman Superman Adventures has never been released on home video.
    Actually, "The New Batman Superman Adventures" intro is included in the BTAS Volume 4 DVD set. I remember an option in the menus where they let you play it instead of the older, original sequence.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Furness View Post
    Actually, "The New Batman Superman Adventures" intro is included in the BTAS Volume 4 DVD set. I remember an option in the menus where they let you play it instead of the older, original sequence.
    Do you remember where, exactly? I went through discs 1 and 4 of the set trying to get the intro and couldn't find it anywhere in the menus or the bonus features. Maybe it's a DVD "angle" trick (something nobody ever made any use of) or it's on another disc?
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