Bought a few DVDs at Walmart (I used to buy DVDs like crazy a few years back, but have since scaled it back to just a couple occasionally).
SCOOBY-DOO AND BATMAN: THE BRAVE & THE BOLD - It's a pretty straight sequel to the B:tB&tB animated series, and has a bunch of guest-stars (Martian Manhunter, Plastic Man, The Question, Detective Chimp, Aquaman, Black Canary, and also scads of Bat-villains, including Catwoman wearing her rarely-seen Silver Age costume) in a 90-minute feature film (the DVD also includes the 2 episodes of The New Scooby-Doo Movies from the 1970s where Batman & Robin were the guest-stars, as bonus features). But it also reminded me quite a bit of the current SCOOBY-DOO TEAM-UP comic book, which I also love. So the basic premise here is that Mystery Incorporated have been invited to join The Mystery Analysts of Gotham City (which was, for few brief years in the 1960s, a real thing in the Batman comics). There is a mystery involving one of Batman's early cases, and his failure to save a scientist's life in a teleportation experiment gone wrong (and it now appears the ghost of the scientist is haunting Batman as a creature calling itself "The Crimson Cloak"). It's got one of twistiest plots I've ever seen in either a Scooby-Doo story, OR a Batman story, and Daphne wearing a Batgirl costume (that's a good thing). I even learned that Daphne is a whiz at word scrambles (also known as anagrams). Just when you think the solution to the mystery villain in obvious, they throw in another twist that you didn't see coming. It was a lot of fun.
JUSTICE LEAGUE ACTION Season One, Part 1: SUPERPOWERS UNITE! - I hadn't seen the show prior to buying the DVD, but it was $10 for 26 episodes, so I figured I'd take a chance... turns out the episodes are only 10-11 minutes long (I can't imagine... does Cartoon Network program 15-minute time-blocks now?). But I didn't feel ripped off, because they packed a whole lot of story (and action) into that 10 or 11 minute cartoon. A variety of different characters pop up in any given episodes, with lots of callbacks to DC Comics history, so I won't complain about Superman's lack of red overshorts or Wonder Woman's missing golden eagle emblem. They could have made much more radical character changes (I'm thinking here of the series called "THE BATMAN"... ) I could quibble about not liking the character designs as much as the original Justice League cartoon, or pick nits about a whole list of this or that character, but on the whole (and considering most of the DTV animated feature films WB/DC has been releasing over the last decade or so), I'm pretty happy with it. This show feels like a breath of fresh air compared to the tone of the feature films, with rare exceptions like the one above, BATMAN & HARLEY QUINN, BATMAN '66, and one or two others. It feels like a return to the "good ol' DC Animated Universe" of the 1990s/early-2000s. A good ongoing DCU animated series has been missing for a bunch of years now, so I was surprised and glad (since I'd stopped paying attention) to see this. Sweet!
ARCHER Season 8 - Haven't watched it yet, but I love this show! Didn't realize another year had already gone by since I bought the Season 7 DVD set. Looking forward to it, since I never know what to expect in terms of what curves they'll throw at the viewer.