Animated Incredible Hulk and X-Men Announced

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  1. Anthony Liz

    Anthony Liz Stunt Coordinator

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    The Incredible Hulk: SE (6/17/2003)

    Discover the origin of The Incredible Hulk as his alter-ego, Bruce Banner, wages an all-out battle to reverse his curse. Witness the fantastic transformation and action of Hulk's greatest rampate!

    Features:

    Full Frame
    Audio commentary by Stan Lee
    Interview with award-winning "Hulk" writer Peter David
    Bonus episode
    Running Time: 83 Minutes

    X-Men: The Legend Of Wolverine (4/29/2003)

    Discover the mysterious origin of Wolverine. Together, he and the rest of the X-Men battle a surprising enemy from the past in an all-out fight for the future.

    Features:
    Full Frame
    Audio commentary by Stan Lee
    Interview with X-Men writer Chris Claremont
    Bonus Episode - "X-Men: The Final Conflict"
    Running Time: 79 Minutes

    Both are being released by Disney and both will retail for $19.99 each.
     
  2. oscar_merkx

    oscar_merkx Lead Actor

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    great news as I would just purchase the X-Men dvd for the interview with Chris Claremont alone

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  3. Dave Scarpa

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    what animated hulk series is this there's been several
     
  4. Jeff Kleist

    Jeff Kleist Executive Producer

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    I hope it's the one paired with Spider-Man and his Amazing friends.
     
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    I assume this is the early 90s X-Men cartoon?
     
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    There were some (I thought) pretty good Hulk and Iron Man cartoons that were out in the mid-to-late 1990s... I believe this Hulk set will come from that show.
     
  7. Rob T

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    I got 2 of the X-Men discs that FOX KIDS and Universal put out.

    I was really hoping for season sets of X-Men from Disney. It's all story arc stuff, afterall.
    Come on, Disney! Put your animated shows in season sets! [​IMG]
     
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    These Disney superhero DVDs are getting pretty shameless. Spider-Man: The Ultimate Showdown came out around the Spider-Man premier. Spider-Man: Return of the Green Goblin came out when the movie was released on DVD. Spider-Man vs. Daredevil is coming out around the Daredevil premiere. And now these two are mere days before their respective movies hit theaters.

    These are good releases and all but they're clearly in it for the money.
     
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    Here is the cover for The Hulk which BV has provided:
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    I find that interesting, since DVDPlanet shows what looks like a mock-up for a different cover (which frankly I like better):
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    In any case, I'm going with the first one until I see something official that says otherwise. The release has finally been added to TVShowsOnDVD.com.
     

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