It goes without saying that the two-part DC Universe Animated Original Movie that is "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns" was a great adaptation, if not one of the best Batman animated movies to hit home video and digital media. Split into Part 1 and Part 2, both movies were mostly faithful to the original 1986 limited series turned graphic novel by Frank Miller and Klaus Janson, and the story helped redefine Batman for the modern age and brought the Caped Crusader back to his dark roots. I personally loved both films and added them to my collection... But this new announcement by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment kinda makes me interested to revisit it, and entices newbies to look into the epic saga of an aged Batman coming out of retirement.
Seen in Blu-Ray.com and reported by Superherohype, the new compilation entitled "Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Deluxe Edition" will see release on October 8, featuring both films and their accompanying special features, and may have some new ones included on it as well. For more information and details on the release, visit the source post at Superherohype.