Argo: The Declassified Extended Edition: Heeeeere’s Batman!

Amazon.com: Argo: The Declassified Extended Edition (Blu-ray+DVD+UltraViolet Combo Pack): Ben Affleck, Bryan Cranston, Alan Arkin, John Goodman, Grant Heslov, George Clooney, David Klawans, Nina Wolarsky, Chris Brigham, Chay Carter, Graham King, Tim Headington, Chris Terrio: Movies & TV.

If you really use your imagination you can pretend that Argo is a Batman prequel; ya know, what with Ben Affleck and all. Argo: The Declassified Extended Edition ($45) delivers the 129-minute cut of the movie. It also features a boatload of new bonus content, a 64-page photo book, and a handful of replicas from the Academy Award-winning dramatic thriller set during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis. Spoiler Alert: There’s no Batmobile.

Star Trek Into Darkness Starfleet Phaser Special Edition Blu-ray Set

Set your phasers to fun (oh that’s rich!) with the Star Trek: Into Darkness Starfleet Phaser Gift Set ($80). Of course you get a Blu-ray copy of this spring’s blockbuster — the flick made nearly $450 million worldwide — but more importantly you snag a 1:1 scale replica of the Starfleet phaser, plus a gloss black display stand and brass plaque. This doppelganger features a manual spinner that uses a locking mechanism to position the barrel for “stun” or “kill” modes. No mention of that “fun ” mode though, so um, just disregard that first sentence.

Iron Man 3 Blu-ray 3D Combo Pak: Let’s Meet The Mandarin

Robert Downey Jr. is back as the hip, fast-talking Tony Stark in Iron Man 3 ($35 for the 3D Blu-ray set), and this time he faces an enemy known simply as The Mandarin, whose origin may or may not involve being raised in a radioactive Mandarin orange grove. Either way Iron Man is clearly gonna be up for a little orange crush, as his main squeeze Pepper Potts (Gwyenth Paltrow) tries to keep Stark from falling into a pit of despair. Does Iron Man still have the juice? (I hate myself.)

Evil Dead Blu-ray Steelbook: Hell-Proof

If you missed the Evil Dead reboot from earlier this year and wanna score yourself a Blu-ray copy that can withstand a trip to hell, check out this Target exclusive Evil Dead Steelbook ($24). IMDB says the film’s plot is as follows: “Five friends head to a remote cabin, where the discovery of a Book of the Dead leads them to unwittingly summon up demons living in the nearby woods.” That actually sounds a lot like what happened at my Aunt Joyce’s house last Thanksgiving, except replace “remote cabin,” “book of the dead,” and “demons,” with “townhouse,” “controversial stuffing recipe,” and “dem… wait, actually, you can leave “demons” in there.

Friday The 13th: The Complete Blu-ray Collection

Horror fans and people who just really enjoy “chih chih chih hah hah hah” noises have reason to rejoice: Friday The 13th: The Complete Collection is coming to Blu-ray. For the first time, all twelve of Jason’s slice-and-dice films will be packaged together (with seven of them making HD debuts), along with 11 hours of previously released special features and a 40-page soft cover book.  The 10-disc collection ($130) will come in a collectible tin case, and the set will also include digital versions of each film via UltraViolet.

Mad Max Trilogy: See Mel Gibson “Pretend” To Go Crazy

In retrospect, Mel Gibson’s portrayal of Mad Max really was just scratching the surface of what he was capable of, huh? The Mad Max Trilogy ($35) on Blu-ray offers you an excellent chance to survey the acting chops of a young Gibson in Mad Max, The Road Warrior, and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. The films are all set in the very distant, very dusty future with brutal battles for gasoline involving plenty of hardcore demolition derbies. And speaking of dusty, there’s also ample Tina Turner cleavage in part 3.

Bruce Lee Legacy Collection: Hiii-Yah In High Def

Bruce Lee’s iconic status as master of the martial arts has done nothing but solidify in the 40 years since his tragic death at age 32. Yes, despite the dethroning attempts by the likes of Steven Seagal and um, Katey Sagal (?), Lee remains king. The Bruce Lee Legacy Collection ($84) boxes up four of his films that surely beat Under Siege 2, including The Big Boss, Fist Of Fury, Way Of The Dragon and Game Of Death for the first time on Blu-ray. Also included are three DVDs containing two documentaries, Bruce Lee: The Legend and I Am Bruce Lee, plus plenty of bonus content.

No Pryor Restraint: Life In Concert

If you think Chris Rock and Eddie Murphy are comedy legends, then you need to acquaint yourself with the man who they say is the comedy legend: Richard Pryor. Dropping more N-bombs than an NWA reunion, Pryor certainly worked dirty, but he also worked hard and original. Oh, and funny. Find out for yourself with No Pryor Restraint: Life in Concert ($84), a new boxed set of his best stand-up stuff stretched across 7 CDs and 2 DVDs including previously unreleased material.