Has the dvd spanish audio track included?
Has the dvd spanish audio track included?
My wife surprised me with the set for christmas! Very cool!
She said she stopped by an FYE, and they are going out of business. It was %30 off, and she paid less than $60 for it.
I did want to point out 1 disappointment though. I know this was put out by Millcreek (probably as quickly/cheaply as possible), but it SCREAMS Matty from the mistakes I noticed in the booklet!
It starts on page 1, with episode 4 being listed first, and then 1,2,3, then 5... Further into the book, they repeated the pictures from the episodes on 2 of the pages. Do they not have anyone that proofreads this stuff?
I love this set, but that's some bush-league stuff!
Why couldn't the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers dvd box set be like that?Quote:
He-Man® and the Masters of the Universe®
Aired on television from 1983-1985
All 130 Episodes are featured in the collection on 16 DVDs
Six Documentary Featurettes
100 Character Profiles
English & Spanish Audio Tracks
Thank you Romer!
Was able to get mine from Deep Discount for 65 with free shipping. Not found in any stores in my area or for such a low price. :skgrin:
And that Gold Power Sword is gonna look sooooo good with Galactic Protector He-Man!!!
I haven't even seen this set locally; how much does it retail for at brick-and-mortar stores?
I saw it at FYE for $64.99 on sale. I think it had a regular sticker price of $79.99.
I have been looking aorund for it, gonna try Coconuts, but FYE is their parent, so if they are going out of business, perhaps I should hurry back over there.......
Thanks to one of my younger sisters, I was able to get a copy from an Amazon sideseller (who happened to be ImportCDs, no less) for less than $60. I did get to watch a few of the documentaries, which were entertaining and informative. I have yet to watch the episodes or listen to the CD, but I'm sure they'll be as good as the documentaries.:hmwink:
I collected mine from the Post Office today. Just finished watching the documentaries and listening to the soundtrack. I already own all the episodes but it's too special to live without. I love the gold sword too! A beautiful set that I'm proud to be the owner of. Will be a nice inclusion to my collection. :hmgrin:
Luckily for me, I only had the first box set of the Filmation series and all of the 200x so this was a welcome addition to my collection.:hmgrin: Now all I need is POP and maybe...maybe the NA box sets. If I can find them. My only gripe is that the soundtrack should've had way more tracks.
Just so I'm not seen as a He-Fan with just a 200X pillow, I posted my full video here
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That's not even everything MOTU that I have. Like you though, I figured there were some parts of my video featuring the figures and family photos that might make it possibly as stills at least. I would've been ecstatic if they had audio of me reading the story to my boy, but I understand why they featured what they did.
Also, I planned on getting a second set anyway to keep in MIB as a collector, but the set I got from Mill Creek looked like it got stomped on a few times before they put it in the UPS box. The clam shell had a chunk broken off it. I'm not complaining since it was free, but I just find it a little odd.
Like I said in the video description, congrats to all the fans who were featured. We're the reason MOTU is still going. Peace.
Best Christmas gift that I received this year! Even though I had the entire series on DVD already, the new documentaries, soundtrack, sword, and the incredible artwork and box design made this a must as a MOTU fan! Would have been nice to include the entire New Adventures series. I'm not really a fan, but seeing as they included the complete series of the Filmation and MYP series, why not that as well just to make it a complete set? Now if they would just find a way to continue the MYP series from where it left off. Really feel like we got left hanging there. The Filmation series will always be my favorite, but the MYP series did an excellent job on giving more depth an background to the characters and history/storyline.
I purchased mine from Amazon (.com not .co.uk obviously)
Even at the inflated price when compared to the other sites mentioned on here, I figured it was the most trustworthy and reliable as it was being shipped from overseas to the UK. I opted for a slightly faster shipping method too so it was quite expensive in the end.
Here is a breakdown of the costs, directly lifted from the Order summary that was emailed to me. Hope it helps.
Shipping Method: AmazonGlobal Expedited Shipping
Items: GBP 57.88
Shipping & Handling: GBP 6.42
Total before tax: GBP 64.30
Estimated tax to be collected: USD 0.00
Import Fees Deposit GBP 12.86
Order Total: GBP 77.16
...as I've said before, this hobby ain't cheap. Especially for international fans like ourselves. Obviously they won't play on standard DVD players either because we're in Region 2, so I use a program to watch them on my laptop.
Let me know if you have better luck as I wouldn't mind purchasing another set, especially if its cheaper.
I just received my copy from Milcreek last night and it is the number 13,000 someting of 15,000. For some reason I thought fan video contest winners would get their prize within the firts 100 copies of it. :sksad:
I have not had the chance to see the documentary yet, though. Is it gud?
How do long do you think these will be available since they are limited edition? Do you think they will still be around in February?
The one I received as a prize from Mill Creek yesterday is numbered 13,031 of 15,000. I don't know if this is any indication of how many are remaining (I don't imagine they are being distributed in numerical order).
I was really pleased with my video's inclusion. Not only was it included in full, but it is the first thing you see when you watch the documentary (an edited down version of the Filmation opening sequence using the two 'Classics' figures I had available at the time, Adam and He-Man). I also wasn't expecting to see my name credited on screen at the end (I was under the impression I was only getting a shout-out in the accompanying booklet). :)
Ok, seen it. =)
Adam_Adamant, so you did the intro with the figures then? I thought Milcreek have done that.
^ Yes, the stop motion opening sequence using Adam and He-Man Classic figures is mine. I now have Cringer, Battle Cat, The Sorceress, Man-At-Arms, Orko and Skeletor so I should really try and do the whole opening sequence but need to find the time :hmgrin: