on Blu-ray in HD November 2014. Officially. (and DVD...) There is a 480p trailer at this link. Batman: The Complete Television Series coming on BD, DVD & Digital in November! http://www.thedigitalbits.com/columns/my-two-cents/070214_1330 and direct link to the WarnerBrosOnline Youtube trailer. I'm sure this will be full-length unaltered episodes (not edited for syndication) in 1080/24p pillarbox 1.33:1 original aspect ratio transfer from the original camera negatives just like Trek TOS. I should mention this article from Forbes. 'Batman' Feels Like The Last Gasp Of DVD http://www.forbes.com/sites/scottmendelson/2014/07/03/batman-feels-like-the-last-gasp-of-dvd/ Warner Home Video knows it and is going to price gouge this product... For 120 episodes let's compare with Trek TOS Blu-ray season 1-3 release in 2009. $129.99 list price per season from Paramount on Blu-ray for approximately 24-28 episodes. This was classic TV with a high demand for HD on Blu-ray format in 2009. For Batman's 120 episodes I will guess the list price will be $329. list price and Amazon.com & Best Buy will price it to start in November at $259. In 2015 Christmas season 1 year later I will estimate the price will be $229. with occasional 1-day only sales at $149. They need to price it to sell volume and not too high for collectors only. Speculate all you want but I believe with the high demand and no Region 1 (USA) legal release on DVD ever they will use Paramount Trek TV style pricing for the first 12 months. I think the Digital HD product available on iTunes for download that won't include any audio commentary or "value added material" (VAM) HD special features will probably cost $229. on iTunes in HD. for comparison Warner Home Video released a modern TV series of 5 seasons Fringe: The Complete Series [Blu-ray] (2013) priced at List Price: $197.50 Price: $102.99 Amazon July 2013 I wonder will be is Warner Home Video going to release DVDs similar to The Best Of Star Trek: The Original Series, Vol. 2 DVD or The Best of Star Trek The Next Generation - Vol. 2 to sell a 5 episodes on DVD ONLY but not on Blu-ray to force people to buy the whole series on Blu-ray who want it in HD? The Best of Batman. I also wonder if Warner Home Video will do a tie-in with Fox Searchlight since they already released Batman: The Movie [Blu-ray] (1966) that is currently $16.99 list price but you can get it online at Amazon for under $8. This way you could get the 1960s Batman all in one set. They probably won't do it though. related is the thread from January that did not officially mention HD. KA-POW! 1966 Batman series coming to DVD, at last!