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Sony Reissues Spider-Man Trilogy

Posted April 3, 2012 11:22 AM by Josh Katz

Sony PicturesTimed to coincide with The Amazing Spider-Man's July 3rd theatrical release, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment will reissue the Spider-Man Trilogy in individual O-Ring packages.

Directed by Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead) and starring Tobey Maguire (The Cider House Rules), these three films include:
  • Spider-Man - After he is bitten by a radioactive spider, mild-mannered teenager Peter Parker (Maguire) transforms into Spider-Man and faces the villainous Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe, John Carter).

  • Spider-Man 2 - Unable to cope with his superhero responsibilities, Parker retires his Spider-Man persona, only to find himself on a collision course with the brilliant-yet-insane Dr. Octopus (Alfred Molina, Frida).

  • Spider-Man 3 - Parker finds his personal and professional lives imploding; as Parker, his relationship with Mary-Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst, Melancholia) frays under the introduction of the beautiful Gwen Stacy (Bryce Dallas Howard, The Help), and as Spider-Man, he has to combat the Sandman (Thomas Haden Church, Sideways), Venon (Topher Grace, That '70s Show), and the Green Goblin's son, Harry (James Franco, Pineapple Express).
Sony's new Spider-Man Blu-ray/UltraViolet Digital Copy combo packs present each film in their original aspect ratios (1.85:1 for Spider-Man and 2.39:1 for Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3) with 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio tracks (a change from the original discs' 5.1 Dolby TrueHD audio). The discs also contain the following supplements:

Spider-Man:
  • Three audio commentaries:
  • - Filmmakers and cast: Sam Raimi, Laura Ziskin, Grant Curtis, and Kirsten Dunst
    - Visual effects designer and crew: John Dykstra and special effects crew
    - Actors: Tobey Maguire and J.K. Simmons
  • Behind-the-scenes features:
  • - Spider-Man: The Mythology of the 21st Century
    - HBO Making of Spider-Man
    - Spider-Mania: E! Entertainment Special
  • Filmmaker profiles: Director Sam Raimi and composer Profile: Danny Elfman
  • Costume design featurette
  • Seven additional behind-the-scenes featurettes
  • Screen tests: Tobey Maguire, J.K. Simmons, and CGI Spider-Man
  • Costume and makeup tests
  • Gag/outtake reel
  • Six multi-angle webisodes
  • Music videos:
  • - "Hero," performed by Chad Kroeger and featuring Josey Scott
    - "What We're All About," performed by Sum 41
  • New to Blu-ray:
  • - Spider Sense Trivia Challenge
    - The Spider-man Cutting Room
Spider-Man 2:
  • Extended "2.1" cut with optional commentary by producer Laura Ziskin and screenwriter Alvin Sargent
  • Two theatrical version commentaries:
  • - Cast and crew
    - Technical commentary
  • Twelve-part Making the Amazing featurette
  • Hero in Crisis behind-the-scenes featurette
  • Ock-Umentary Featurette behind-the-scenes featurette
  • Five-part visual effects breakdown
  • Blooper reel
Spider-Man 3:
  • Two theatrical version commentaries:
  • - Director and cast
    - Filmmakers
  • Bloopers
  • Concept galleries: Sketches, paintings, and sculptures
  • Photo Galleries: Special Effects and director & cast
  • Music Video: "Signal Fire," performed by Snow Patrol
In addition, each new Spider-Man Blu-ray offers a sneak peek of The Amazing Spider-Man as well as The Amazing Spider-Man movie money (good for up to ten dollars).

The Spider-Man reissues street on June 12th.









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News comments (64 comments)



Sky_Captain85
  Apr 03, 2012
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So we get the first two films with special features and lose some for the third?

DaleDark
  Apr 03, 2012
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^ Considering most fans hate Spider-man 3, and weren't terribly happy that the initial BDs of 1 & 2 were bare-bones, I imagine many will see that as a fair trade. Hideous cover art...

Scott R.
  Apr 03, 2012
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I can't tell you how crazy it makes me when studios don't carry over ALL of the DVD special features, especially for a series as high-profile as Spider-man. Until they get it right, I'm sorry but NO SALE!

CaptainKronos
  Apr 03, 2012
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Wow ! Is that really the cover art ?

Sky_Captain85
  Apr 03, 2012
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What villain will be used for the third film's cover?

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nathanp
  Apr 03, 2012
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Sky_Captain85, the third one has both versions of spidey on it, red and black.

Sky_Captain85
  Apr 03, 2012
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I suppose that makes more sense than trying to fit Venom, Sandman, and Goblin Jr. on one side of the cover.

jonsmith369
  Apr 03, 2012
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When the first two were rereleased as part of the Blu-ray essentials line didn't they originally get announced they would include special features that time too? I am waiting until someone confirms these special features before I get my hopes up.

Also are they only missing the special features for #3 that were on the second disc or did they take out some other ones too? Also these cover art seem like they would work better for the old cartoon series.

Dr. Manhattan
  Apr 03, 2012
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The covers are on other web sites and they look TERRIBLE. The covers looks like a 7 year old made them in Microsoft Paint. To accommodate with the lack of special features for 1 and 2 in the last box set, I got multi-disc BD cases and added the DVD special features discs into each movie (SM1 is 3 discs, SM 2 is 3 discs, SM3 is 4 discs). I'm happy with that instead of double-dipping

Dr. Manhattan
  Apr 03, 2012
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Yeah, the 3rd film is missing the features from the special features disc.

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megafan999
  Apr 03, 2012
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Guess I'm getting 1 & 2 and throwing out the cases (or just giving my original releases to someone with the new cases)

Wolverine626
  Apr 03, 2012
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There's no reason for Spider-Man 3 not to have the same, if not more special features as before. Other than that it looks like a steal. I'll wait and see before doing any possible double-dipping.
NYorker
  Apr 03, 2012
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This is another quick cash-in attempt from WB, so they certainly wouldn't invest in artwork...

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Dellamorte13
  Apr 03, 2012
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megafan999,
Why buy them all over again if you have the original releases?

NYorker,
This is Columbia/Tri-Star who is triple dipping!

Philly Q
  Apr 03, 2012
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What is an "individual O-Ring package"?

mjcavinder
  Apr 03, 2012
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You know where you can take those UltraViolet Digital Copies?!...( ).............................................................
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........................................................................................................^ yep all 3 of them

snipemonkey
  Apr 03, 2012
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"O-Ring editions" ? Definition, please...

LimeiBook86
  Apr 03, 2012
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I'd also like a definition of 'O-Ring' please. I've seen the term thrown around previous for other blu-rays but I can't seem to find an exact definition.

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BluPat
  Apr 03, 2012
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Maybe SONY should focus on releasing their own catalog titles (Fright Night, As Good As It Gets, ...along with thousands more) and stop passing them off to lesser companies and stop rehashing the same BS that's already released. Granted, I do like the Spider-Man films. But this is so ridiculous how these studios continuously throw the same crap out 2 or 3 times instead of dealing with films that have not been released. What about 'From Here To Eternity' (1953)? 'When A Stranger Calls' (1979&2006)? 'Suddenly, Last Summer' (1959), 'On The Waterfront' (1953)?, 'The Wild One' (1954)?, 'Strait-Jacket' (1964)?

It's just so tiring of seeing the same announcements day in and day out from studios. Re-re-re-re-re-release.
insomniac013
  Apr 03, 2012
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That is some truly awful cover art! Even I can do better in MSPaint!

And why so little extras for the third movie? I remember it being more than that!

Poshteh1
  Apr 03, 2012
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O-Ring = slipcover
Simonbergeron
  Apr 03, 2012
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LOL!!!! And I was standing in front of the bare-bones bd editions at my local Wal-Mart, deciding NOT to buy them, thinking they'd get to re-re-re-release the first trilogy (I only have Spider-Man 3, 'cause the others WERE bare-bones)... imagine my lack of surprise when I saw this announcement no less than 15 minutes after... and my horror seeing the horribly disgusting covers...
Kamdan
  Apr 03, 2012
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"Two theatrical version commentaries?" Does that impy that the third film will have an extended cut too? The "Cutting Room" feature is not deleted scenes, so I have no point in buying this.

spawningblue
  Apr 03, 2012
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Disappointing to see after their first rushed release that they still can't get it right. These are all missing from the previous DVDs. Why not make this a 6 disc set? This is only one of the biggest money making trilogies of all time and yet it get treated like this, a cheap 3 disc set. First Mission Impossible trilogy, now this.

Spider-Man

Subtitle Fact Track
Still Galleries: Comic Covers, Rogues Gallery, Artists Alley, Loves of Peter Parker
Advertising: Trailer, 11 TV Ads

Spider-Man 2

Subtitle Fact Track
Spidey Sense 2.1 Fact Track/ Behind the Scenes footage
"Interwoven: The Women of Spider-Man" (15 min.)
Webisodes: Costume Design, Comic-Con Q & A, J. Jonah Jameson, Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson (10 min.)
"Inside Spider-Man 2.1" (15 min.)
"Danny Elfman's Score" multi angle featurette (4 min.)
"With Great Effort Comes Great Recognition" (8 min.)
"Enter the Web" multi-angle featurette (14 min.)
"Train - Ordinary" Music Video
Still Gallery: Alex Ross Original Sketches from Intro
Trailer

Spider-Man 3

"Re-Imagining The Goblin" (11 min.)
"Covered in Black: Creating Venom" (16 min.)
"Grains of Sand: Building Sandman" (13 min.)
"Hanging On...Gwen Stacy and the Collapsing Floor" (10 min.)
"Fighting, Flying, and Driving: The Stunts" (19 min.)
"Cleveland: The Chase on Euclid Avenue" (7 min.)
"Tangled Web - The Love Triangles of Spider-Man 3" (9 min.)
"Wall of Water" (7 min.)
"Inside The Editing Room" (4 min.)
"The Science of Sound" (16 min.)
"New York - From Rooftops To Backstreets" (13 min.)
"Cleveland - The Chase on Euclid Ave" (7 min.)
Marketing: Teaser, 3 Trailers, 8 TV Spots

nocomments87
  Apr 03, 2012
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I already got the Trilogy on January of last year for $29. Then I got 3 disc cases for each movie, and made Blu-ray/DVD combos for each (since I already had the DVDs of each movie). For Part 3, I just included the Movie disc for the DVD, since the Special Features were already included. So there's no point in me double-dipping here.

Sony should've done it right the first time. And the new covers...horrible! Looks like someone put it together in 2 minutes on Microsoft Paint. Too little, too late...

in2blu
  Apr 03, 2012
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@ Kamdan:

I was thinking the same thing, ever since read about some of the deleted material for Spider-Man 3 I hoped we would see a 3.1 release. As I have all the dvds with the special features and I go the bluray set I'm happy with what I've got. An extended Spider-Man 3 is what I'm interested in owning.
MoulinBlu
  Apr 03, 2012
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Ditto on being interested in an extended cut of Spidey 3, especially if Raimi is involved. Otherwise the only way I'd replace my existing BDs is if the film presentations themselves were significantly improved. Not to suggest I feel there is a dire need for such, but I could care less about the extras for these particular films. And the inclusion of UV dcopies actually makes me "not" want to buy the set. The UV dcopy thing needs to go the way of HD DVD, and fast!
Edshugeo The GodMoor
  Apr 03, 2012
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Still no WTC teaser trailer? Still not buying these (though, maybe I'll buy the original discs dirt cheap).

Cabzilla06
  Apr 03, 2012
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This release is kind of pointless for me because I simply bought the Blu-rays for the picture and audio quality upgrade and still kept my DVDs for all the extras. What I do not understand is why not just port over all the special features from the DVDs? It is not like Sony can not afford the extra cost to do something like that. I know the audio will be better, but the question I have is will the picture quality be better?

WhySoCereal
  Apr 03, 2012
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Some of the worst box art I have ever seen. Good thing I own all these on Blu already.

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Lucy Diamond
  Apr 03, 2012
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This cover art makes me want to hang my professional graphic artist hat and sell fruit on the street somewhere.

Seriously...did the art department even TRY!?!


Can't be the final release art.

snipemonkey
  Apr 03, 2012
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Okay, so we're now referring to a cardboard rectangle as an "O-Ring"? RRrrrrrrrriiiiiiiiiight...

coolkev1701
  Apr 03, 2012
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I don't know why these movies are getting re-released. The new movie reboots these movies anyway.

Iron Eagle 74
  Apr 03, 2012
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Yay, every movie franchise should be rebooted within 5 years after it runs its course. Right?..............................freaking Hollywood.
TTC1984
  Apr 03, 2012
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I've got the set they released before, so unless these are new transfers I'll pass. Was disappointed that the old version lacked features for the first two movies, but I'm not double dipping for the sake of extras alone.
Simonbergeron
  Apr 03, 2012
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Sony, here's an incentive to re-do your fugly covers: Uwe Boll flicks have better art cover than you do at this point!
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TheDean
  Apr 03, 2012
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Dellamorte13
This is not Columbia/Tri-Star who is triple dipping. It is Sony, they took over Columbia/Tri-Star in like 2006 it was very notice able, trailers stopped being included as special features and edited versions of trailers they call "previews" started playing before the menu. it was all very disappointing.

But i really with they would in include the WTC teaser trailer, that would have been nice. but Sony rarely includes any trailers unless they are they are for The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, which had everything but bloopers as extras, that was a great release by Sony, too bad they dont dot that with every movie.
aaaa6344
  Apr 03, 2012
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wouldn't normally say anything....but that might the most atrocious cover i've ever seen....seriously if they're that bad out of ideas then just re-use the gamecube cover...

moviecriticsonline
  Apr 03, 2012
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One of the worst cover arts I've ever seen.

lupinskitten
  Apr 03, 2012
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Still own the DVD's, don't have the BluRays. This may tempt me to re-buy.

Although, why reboot the franchise? I saw the trailer for the new one and my response was "meh... anyone want to go home and watch the originals with me?"
WontonNoodle
  Apr 03, 2012
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Will these get new transfers?

mookoo
  Apr 03, 2012
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i actually want to get these (i feel the cover art will be fine once i actually have them in my hands). the movie cash is the real incentive, though

WJWS Channel 13:Amity
  Apr 03, 2012
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Snipeminkey, thats thw offical name that the manufactuers call slipcovers
Mr.Briggs
  Apr 03, 2012
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I've never upgraded any from dvd so I guess I'll get all 3. Plus I've got a $50 Reward Zone Cert. that I can use on them. They have them all on bestbuy's website for preorder for $14.99 each. Add Sherlock Holmes: Book of Shadows & pay almost nothing + get 3 movie tickets. Can't beat that.

TheBigBang
  Apr 03, 2012
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Wow, that cover art is horrible. I bought the box set with the barebones of the first two movies, and I kept my DVDs so that I would have the special features. I won't be buying these.

Mr. Joshua
  Apr 03, 2012
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With The Amazing Spider-Man coming out these are lost forever....

mishal
  Apr 04, 2012
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That has got to be the worst cover I have ever seen in Any home video format. I've already got the old box set which is fine with me.

BillySmith121
  Apr 04, 2012
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Hate that cover art. Hopefully, those are just temporary.

I have these movies already, through the "High Definition Trilogy" box set, but being a huge fan of these movies, I was very disappointed that the original special features weren't included for Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2, so I'll probably go ahead and grab these.

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Dellamorte13
  Apr 04, 2012
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To TheDean,
Sony, Columbia, Tri-Star...who cares? "Potato" - "Potat-oe"!

Either way, the studio is trying to take advantage of a "new" franchise by re-releasing a "new" BD set, hoping that the average consumer won't notice it! While I agree that Sony (Columbia, Tri-Star, etc) is taking advantage of the "average" consumer's stupidity, it is down-right disrespectful that they (as well as other studios - I'm talking to you, Universal!) leave out extras from the previous DVD and BD releases because they are too lazy to either secure the rights or simply port over the extras on a disc that they advertise as having more space than DVD.
I was hesitant to switch from DVDs to Blu-rays because I was afraid this would happen to too many of my favorite movies (::cough:: - The Thing)!

Thankfully, only a few studios have quadruple-dipped some of the movies I've bought three to four times over again! I have no intention of being suckered into Spider-Man again. Twice is enough, Sony!
Russell22
  Apr 04, 2012
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firstly,what the hell is an o ring ?? secondly, this looks like a stupid re-release, i'll just keepmy original set.

zemat
  Apr 04, 2012
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Here is a link to an article showing the horrible cover art for both Spiderman 2 and 3 :

http://www.hdnumerique.com/actualite/articles/10810-la-trilogie-spider-man-de-retour-en-blu-ray-le-20-juin.html
Patsfan123
  Apr 04, 2012
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O-ring is the trade name for a slipcover!

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MrClarke
  Apr 04, 2012
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Wow... the cover art is absolutely fugly. These had such great posters. Why would they not use one of the many of them instead of these? They look so amateur.

Gosszilla
  Apr 04, 2012
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supposed to be eye-catching I suppose. Laughable--to be sure why is the original teaser trailer featuring the twin towers of the World Trade Center still absent? (from the original "Spider-Man")
Simonbergeron
  Apr 04, 2012
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Sony, after seeing the covers, I have to ask you one thing: are you on drugs? Quit, it's not good for you. You should start meditating tomorrow morning and simply use some poster arts, you know, what really rocks instead of creeping off buyers to pick this one up?

Paul.R.S
  Apr 04, 2012
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Thanks for taking the time to compile that 'missing supplements' list, SpawningBlue.

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MikaLove
  Apr 04, 2012
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The first thing I think of when I read the word "O-ring" is a sphincter. And that also comes to mind about this box set. Movie companies like to make money in disturbing ways.
I dunno if I'll double dip, even if this set has some extras. Cuz I have the DVD versions too, see!
The movies aren't THAT amazing, like they should be.
LordRaymond
  Apr 04, 2012
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I might buy this since I haven't bought the precious 3 yet.

dmarvin
  Apr 04, 2012
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Cover art sucks but supplements added to 1 and 2 coupled with the fact that I never bought the old ones makes these viable purchases for me. Won't let that butt-ugly coverart deter me.
xonium
  Apr 04, 2012
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They should have done the cover art as comic books covers or something!
I-C-Blue
  Apr 04, 2012
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These releases SHOULD come with movie vouchers for The Amazing Spider-Man.

Good thing I have yet to buy them. DTS-HD MA over Dolby TrueHD anyday. But the covers - bleh!!! Whatever it's the inside that counts.
TTC1984
  Apr 05, 2012
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I don't care AT ALL about cover art, I only care about what is on the discs.

Damage Inc.
  Apr 14, 2012
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The UK-box has a more "red" design this time around. Instead of the stupid "Blu" to promote High Definition.
If this has some more extras, I'll probably get this set as well.


"Mr. Joshua
- Apr 03, 2012

With The Amazing Spider-Man coming out these are lost forever.... "

lol I beg to differ, it will only sell more. That's the only reason why they release it. It's not just for nothing.

chillwill92
  Apr 16, 2012
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Yeah, the cover art is bad. But I'll buy these, get alternate art, and simply replace the slips. (BTW, I only mean 1 and 2, not 3).


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