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Justice League: Crisis On Infinite Earths Part Two 4K (2024/Warner 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray)

4K Ultra HD Picture: B+ Sound: B+ Extras: C+ Film: C

For those not up to speed on this new animated trilogy, we covered part one of Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part One here:


This three part DC animated event is one of the last animated features for DC / Warner Bros. before the James Gunn takeover. The series features just about every DC character you can think of from the library that spans the multi-verse with characters showing up from different eras even. It is quite weird to see Batgirl fighting alongside Batman Beyond, but here we are. This is pulled from the pages of the original 1985 - 1986 comic series and expanded upon and certainly would be an insanely expensive film if made in live action by Hollywood.

Shadow Demons pour in from all realities and attempt to rip apart the infinite earths from the inside out. Possessing and twisting the minds of their prey, the Shadow Demons prove to be a formidable match for the teams of Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, and other meta-humans. Supergirl and Monitor take center stage as the war of all realities threatens to implode life as we know it in the continuing saga.

Now for playback performance. Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths - Part Two 4K is presented in 2160p on 4K UHD disc with HDR10, an HEVC / H.265 codec, a widescreen aspect ratio of 1.78:1 and an audio track in lossless, English DTS-HD MA (Master Audio) 5.1 (48kHz, 24-bit). The animation is on par with previous DC animated shows and looks and sounds fine on both formats here. The 4K UHD does look a bit more sharp than the lower resolution 1080p Blu-ray version. The animation much like the first entry in the series is passable, but not necessarily mind blowing. The steel book packaging is very nice and has some pretty impressive artwork.

Special Features:

Voices in Crisis featurette

The Bat-Family of the Multiverse featurette

and a Part Three Sneak Peek

Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths isn't the best DC animated film nor the worse. It is kind of somewhere in-between. I feel like it has some cool moments, but is quite long and the animation style could be a bit more intriguing.

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- James Lockhart



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