Remastered FILMATION AQUAMAN Will Be on HBO MAX Longer Than We Thought

Gotta clear up the record…

When you get it right, you get it right. But when you get it wrong, you gotta admit you got it wrong.

And I admit I was wrong: In December, I wrote that the remastered 1960s Filmation Aquaman (as well as Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Justice League and Justice League Unlimited) would be leaving HBO Max at the end of the year.

Idiot that I am, I misread the calendar. Aquaman, its “super superhero shorts” and the other series will be leaving the streamer Jan. 31.

The good news is that we still get to stream these great series for another month. The bad news is that they’ll still be leaving the platform. (The worse news is that the remastered Aquaman still isn’t available on disc.)

So enjoy them while you can! I know I will.


— Remastered FILMATION AQUAMAN Leaving HBO MAX. Click here.

— 1968’s FILMATION BATMAN to Get Remastered Blu-ray Release in 2023. Click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Now that the Filmation Batman 1968 series is being released on Blu-Ray, hopefully the Aquaman and eventually Superman/Superboy series will also follow. On a slightly different note, it would be interesting for 13D to cover the 1960’s DC Super Hero toys that were released at the time the Filmation shows were first broadcast, for example: 1) Captain Action costume sets (Superman, Batman, Aquaman), 2) Ideal JLA Playsets; Whitman Coloring books, Puzzles & Big Little Books (Aquaman, Batman & Superman), etc….

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  2. Never been more important to own physical media. Streaming is doing a reset pretty much across the board as corporations return on investment of their platforms.

    Netflix cancelling content with no apparent strategy. Disney keeping films in a vault, including acquisitions such as 20th CenturyFox. Warner Discovery working to not pay residuals and in the light of day writing films off on their taxes. AMC not understanding what they have with one of the best streamers in Shudder.

    If you love a film or show, best bet is to own it.

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