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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jeremy Conrad, Jun 21, 2002.
Not too bad...
Oh fantastic!!! Thank you very much!! But why is Paramount again using that picture from Star Trek III of Kirk? Neil
You knew somebody was going to post this.
Looks great, can't wait to see how it looks. Nice to see the 'rare' original art as well.
i'm a little annoyed that they didn't sort of pick a design theme for these special editions repackages they're doing. as it standsnow, st1 and st2 dont really mesh cover wise.
I just cannot wait! Speaking of
That was the original poster art? I remember seeing a different one at the theater when this film first came out.
That's the British one-sheet. The American one-sheet was the "collage"-type. Does anyone know if this will have the titles with the home video version that said "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan", or the ORIGINAL THEATRICAL version that said "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan"? Mike
can you please list the extras? They aren't readable off the back
The silver color is OK. It's not bad, but I'm not crazy about it. I would have rather had the cover art taking up all (or close to) the entire front side. I find too much silver here. Oh well, as long as the transfer and 5.1 track is improved from the original, I'm happy.
Buried aliiiiive... buried aliiiiive...
"From Hell's heart, I stab at thee! For Hate's stake, I spit my last breath at thee!"
For the record, I will repeat: I dislike the cover. Not only do I not like it, I think it looks too much like the Fox 5-Star series as well as the SuperBits. You've killed just about everyone around me, but like a poor marksman you keep missing the target!
I agree, the cover background sucks! They should've done someting consistent with ST:TMP..but we're talking about Paramount, remember? When was the last time they did anything that made sense?
I recorded the network version of Khan from ABC back in the 80s. That said, I've always found the theatrical version somewhat lacking. Hopefully this version will include the Ensign Preston subplot, as well as some extensions of existing scenes. I sold the original DVD a while ago. I pray that Paramount fixes the glitch from the original disc where William "Tyler Durden" Shatner is inserted into the torpedo firing scene.