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Discussion in 'TV on DVD and Blu-ray' started by Patrick Mirza, Jan 20, 2004.
This can't get here fast enough.
What does Bender need a helmet for? Smoking cigars?
EDIT: Damn I hate HTF... Third time I had to redo my post, because of some url shitty rule...
I'm looking forward to this release, the Futurama sets are typically very well done, I'm ready for this march 9 can't come soon enough, I suspect Volum 4, the final 1 will be out before years end.
Why the boxset at least in R2 is bigger than the amount of DVD it holds?
Assuming that the area where Bender and Fry's heads are is going to be clear (with other artwork underneath), it looks really cool
The R1 cases (that hold the individual DVDs) are thinner than their R2 counterparts.
Yes, the "helmets" actually are windows to another picture beneath the slip.
Yet another great-looking set. How many more seasons are there? Three?
The problem I've been having is that if I click "back" I lose my post! I spent about a half an hour typing a nice long review and now, *sniff*, it's gone.
Why is Fox releasing the Futurama and King of the Hill sets so much faster than the Simpsons?
All Futurama volumes have already be released in R2 I believe, so the Futurama sets have been completed for some time. I do not believe that King of the Hill has as many Extra Features/Commentaries so Fox can release those faster as well. Fox would certainly like to release The Simpsons faster, but they have to wait for Groening and Co. to get around to recording commentaries and preping other special features. Once the Simpsons goes out of production, season sets will hopefully be released at a faster rate.
Groening and Co. have already recorded commentaries up to (I believe) season five, although it's been so long since I heard that that they may well be beyond that now. The most common explanation I've heard is that it has something to do with syndication rights but that's not official.
I could be wrong, but I believe it's pretty much been all but confirmed that it was false speculation.