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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Daryl Stovall, Mar 2, 2003.
Blackstar has a preorder release date for may 12th
Play has a preorder release date for april 14:th.
It's been pushed back to May - apparently the extras weren't ready (and to be fair there are a lot of extras for season 6), but most people think it has been pushed back to sell the 'Once More With Feeling' DVD, which is to be released in April.
More Buffy Season Six information, including BBFC submissions of supplements in this thread
Here's a look at the cover. BTW What is coming out on april 14th is the once more with feeling episode.
Cool. Once May 12 rolls around and Buffy Season 6 is out of the way, Fox and Mutant Enemy can focus their attention on Angel Season 4. That's a box set I must possess.
I too would really enjoy that but I think it was almost a year between releases of Angel season 2 and 3 let's hope that doesn't happen again.
Also I would expect Buffy season 7 around the end of this year however, It might be longer since it's the final season.
Yes that's very true however the same could be said for seasons 4/1 but they were released months apart.
Full details of the Season 6 set, including some screen-grabs and menu shots, are now available on my site:
A few questions for you, Julian. First, are all the episodes shown in widescreen like Seasons 4 and 5? How is the video quality? And are Two To Go and Grave aired as separate episodes? The reason I ask that last question is because Bargaining Parts I & II were originally aired as a 2-hour season premiere and are presented that way on the box set, so I'm curious to see if Two To Go and Grave(which were shown as a 2-hour season finale) are featured the same way.
Each hour of Buffy is a seperate episode, regardless of how it was aired
I would be inclined to agree with you except for the fact that Bargaining Parts I & II are being shown as a single episode on the box set.
Adam, that's correct, but there is still only 22 TV hours in the set
Adam, I don't know why, but Bargaining is presented in one 85m block, but Two To Go and Grave are separate.
I've only skimmed through the discs, but they seem to be up to the standards of the last couple of seasons (there was a big improvement in picture quality when they started presenting the in widescreen format, IMHO).