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I just recently acquired the "Batman: Year One" slip! However, I am still looking for the other one mentioned in the OP, if anyone can scare this one up it would be very much appreciated!
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That is why my original question was asked... I personally felt the "DC Classic Animated Movie" and "DC Original Animated Movie" distinguished them from the "Double Feature" editions; and felt like they too were edition banners.

However, when everyone agreed that they were not, I interpreted it to mean none of these banners are considered editions unless there is more than one release of the title, as previously stated.
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Yes I thought I would be the same. How would that apply as an edition when its the only release? How does that banner make these volumes any different from other "Batman: The Animated Series" volumes? They all say the same.

I believe my question applies to the "Batman: The Animated Series" as well as the above mentioned movies—even if I didn't list it in the original post before.  I felt I was following the SAME concept as my original question. 

Please, explain to me how "DC Comics Classic Collection" defines an edition of "Batman: The Animated Series: Volume Four." Here's what the rules state:

"If you are using a non-standard edition, take it from the DVD box, and ensure it will help distinguish between different releases of the same title."

"DC Comics Classic Collection" Does not distinguish one volume four from any other since there was ever only one release. That would nullify a need to distinguish an edition. So, I still believe the question I originally asked, and the answer I got also applies in this instance as well.

I stand by the reason for why I included it, until someone can give me a reason as to why in one instance it's allowed and why in another it isn't. Again, as mentioned by the good people earlier in this thread, it is NOT a title. It is NOT a subtitle. It is NOT an Edition.  Am I wrong?
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Thanks for the info! I was able to update a few that had gotten through. Hopefully they will be approved.
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On all 27 movies in the "DC Animated Universe" they all each have "DC Universe Animated Original Movie" or "DC Universe Original Movie" above the title.  On a few occasions this at the bottom of the front cover.

My question is: "Where do I enter this information in the profile?"

Up until now, I have been entering this information in "notes" field under "Personal Information." But, shouldn't it be somewhere on the "General Information" page as part of the "title" (maybe a subtitle?), "edition" or "original title" field? It is part of the front cover in all of these movies. The movies in question are as follows:

All-Star Superman
Batman vs Robin
Batman: Assault on Arkham
Batman: Bad Blood
Batman: Gotham Knight
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns (Deluxe, Part 1, and Part 2)
Batman: The Killing Joke
Batman: Under the Red Hood
Batman: Year One
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights
Green Lantern: First Flight
Justice League vs Teen Titans
Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
Justice League: Doom
Justice League: Gods and Monsters
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
Justice League: New Frontier
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
Justice League: War
Son of Batman
Superman Batman: Public Enemies
Superman vs The Elite
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse
Superman/Shazam!: The Return of Black Adam
Superman: Doomsday
Superman: Unbound
Wonder Woman

In a couple weeks, "Justice League: Dark" will be added to that list. So, any ideas regarding where that line of text should be added? My guess would be in the "edition" field. But, I don't want to make a mess of this many titles without some advice first! Thanks in advance!
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