Talking about the BATMAN 1989 Blu Ray, I would like to add that the picture quality is great, Hi def and all... The movie looks really awesome specially if you use a front projector...In that way you get the feeling you are watching it in a movie theater or go back in time if you had the chance to see it when released on 1989. For such reason this Blu Ray is something any fan of this (my favorite) movie must get. But as usual, there are always BUT's or should I say nothing is perfect. I've been watching this movie since it was released on Betamax and I've had the pleasure to have it in almost every format, except Laserdisc... Finally the 20th anniversary of the film came on 2009, something I dare say was very, very, very anticipated by many of us fans. Lucky for us that a great format had already been invented at such time, namely BR Disc. What gets me really sad and uncomfortable is that I feel, that despite the big amount of money this movie grossed at that time and the Oscar it also won, they (WB) did NOT give the BR anniversary release the proper treatment ...and I am pretty sure many of you (Batman '89 Die Hard Fans) out there agree with me on this particular matter. To summarize the whole thing: The cover doesn't mention or show "20th Anniversary" anywhere, The Symbol they used on the cover is not the original one (they shouldn't have modified Anton Furst design in the first place) instead they used a symbol somebody thought had designed well, but they got it all wrong. They also used fonts in the word BATMAN that are not the original ones either (the same ones used on the 2005 DVD release), which honestly I don't know whose idea to make such mistake it was. I have seen other movies that have had several versions in different formats or the same format and they always keep their original cover pictures and fonts... they may use a different poster of the movie as cover but the essence remains the same (take the movie "Heat" from WB for example). And well, if we talk about what is inside the book, on the first two pages you can see the picture of, I guess a cracked plaster surface, that you and I know has nothing to do with the movie... It's obvious that the person in charge of designing this project had no creativity at all and had no interest in making this disc release look all right. The same thing they also did to the last two pages... It's as if WB didn't have enough material to use it in the making of this Digibook, as they call it. If you have the chance, take a look at the Shawshank Redemption and The Green Mile Digibooks (which also come from WB) and you'll see what they should've done with the Batman blu ray book. Last but not least, the disc content (and of course the label on it). They didn't even bother to add something other than what they had already included in the 2005 DVD. They just took all the material on the DVD and dumped it on the blu ray. They failed to add the DTS audio track by the way. Why did they not include the "Making Of A Hero" documentary?? I have seen tv commercials and other stuff on this site from that time, that they could have included on the blu ray, no matter if they would have had to use two discs for it. Call me a dreamer, but I was expecting something like what Spielberg did when the E.T. The Extra-terrestrial DVD Gift pack was released on 2002 and what Lucas has done with the Star Wars DVD's and Blu rays. C'mon you guys, I know that many of you who are strongly fond of B89 think they at WB mucked it up with this 20th anniversary blu ray release. They should at least have asked one fan what this disc should have been or look like or what to include in it. I really wanted to get this off my chest because I'm very disappointed in this blu ray release. My only hope is that they come up with something better...of course, it's kind of scary to think that we have to wait till 2019 for that. Let's hope it'll be sooner than that.