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    [An earlier version of this PT was originally posted on July 26th, 2015 on JoBlo's "DVD, Blu-Ray & Home Theater Discussion" forum.]

    The adventures of Agents K and J continued on the small screen on "Men In Black: The Series"...



    "Men In Black: The Animated Series - Season One" was released on home video on May 1st, 2012.

    It streeted against "Suits: Season One", "Happiness Is... Peanuts: Team Snoopy" and "Emily's Reasons Why Not: The Complete Series" (MOD).

    There was no slipcover issued nor was there any kind of foil wraparound. And did not come with any insert. The back of the case lists the episodes on each disc, but no air dates or synopses given.

    Did however come with a theater voucher attached to the wrapping; see the then upcoming "MIB3" (2012) for free, up to ten dollars. Or if you so chose - five dollars for use at the theater's concession stand. This offer expired on July 5th, 2012. It did have a limit; only five per house hold. I never used mine, it's in the case.

    I apologize for the promo pix above. This was the best I could do. I'm fortunate to have found it. All my net searches were poor to abysmal. The text on the promo is legible and imagery is easy to understand. I suppose that's a win.

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    This is one of those rare exclusives that is singular. Somewhat hard to find now.

    Usually with a TV series exclusive, their special release is limited for a few weeks or a couple of months - then becomes available to all retailers, nationwide.

    This did not happen here.

    Below is Target's ad for the week.



    Notice something? As it turns out, the exclusive was an unadvertised item. I'm real lucky to have my copy. I found out on a different message board on May 13th. The following day I went to my local store and found one; same price as street, $14.99.

    Let me take a quick step back.

    The series aired on "Kids WB" from 1997 - 2001; four seasons, fifty-three half hour episodes.

    Target's exclusive marks the first time the entire first season has come to home video. Select episodes of from season one were released on VHS (1999; two shows per tape, three volumes) back in the day. And they didn't even release all thirteen of them.

    So far only season one can be officially bought, the rest remains as wants.

    It's a rather rare occurrence to have a single retailer as the solitary outlet for a title. But it has happened before. What pops to mind is the exclusive release for "My One And Only" (2009); Target again - which was a 2016 Past Tense entry, click here for Part I and Part II.

    Another example is "Looker" (1981); Amazon was the only place to buy the DVD ($19.97). I could do a Past Tense for it, but that sentence pretty much wraps it up. It streeted as it were on January 30th, 2007.



    As to be expected, the episodes are presented in their original aspect ratios; full screen and in stereo. Both discs menus are identical. It's a static image with no music.

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    Footnotes.

    There were two video games released for the series. I did my homework.



    The first, "Men In Black" from Crave Entertainment was released in December of 1998 for Nintendo's "Game Boy Advance" and "Game Boy Color" systems.

    The game received poor ratings.



    The next happened in November 20th, 2001 from Infogrames Studios. "Men in Black: The Series - Crashdown" came after the show was canceled. The video game was for the Sony Playstation. Unlike the pervious. This received positive reviews.

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    With the major success of the first film, "Men In Black" (1997), there were various knockoffs, especially in the comic book world. One such title was "Exposure", published by Image Comics in 1999 and later by Avatar Press. And a trade paperback, collecting all the comics; January 2014 from Red Giant Entertainment.



    This was the exploits of Shawna Diaz (brunette) and Lisa Shannon; childhood friends who formed their own agency, Paratech. An organization that investigates the paranormal and the pair's own secret origins.

    Best known for the girls wearing revealing, quite impractical spandex outfits while sleuthing and trying to keep their clothes on; practically soft-core porn. The tag line is "Revealing What Lies Beyond the Truth!" Sometimes in high heels, because they're classy.

    The comic was created by David Campiti (writer) and Al Rio (artist; May 19th, 1962 - January 31st, 2012; suicide [hanging]). During the 2013 San Diego (CA), Comic Con; Red Giant Entertainment announced that producer Kevin VanHook was working to bring the ladies to life as a television series.

    Not much news to report on that project. Please let this be on HBO or Showtime, that would be sway. Boobies!



    Above is the 192 page graphic novel (volume one) which came to be through a Kickstarter campaign started by Campiti. Three grand was needed to publish, it was a success - they raised $9,630 with ninety-three backers in 2012.

    There is a hardcover edition (signed by Campiti), but that was only available to backers who donated fifty dollars or more; five did.

    It is exactly what you imagine the comic to look like. Rio was renown in the comic world for his pinup artwork. The man had the talent and eye. Hot girls, super silly situations with action = fried gold. The same can be said for fellow artist, J. Scott Campbell. Sexy ladies on paper.

    And yeah, I would like to own that collection.

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    *sigh*

    Two episodes from the MIB were been pulled from U.S. syndication; "The Neuralyzer Syndrome" (season one, November 15th, 1997) and "The Breaking News Syndrome" (season four; May 12th, 2001). Why?

    9/11.

    In "The Neuralyzer Syndrome" there is an exchange between Agents J and K. K was neutralized by accident; he now believes he's sixteen. J is trying to get a reference point to his missing memories...

    J: Look; what is the tallest building in Manhattan?
    K: Empire State.
    J: Nah, the World Trade Center - two big towers.
    K: You're a loon.



    The episode also features the Towers and an alien ship nearly crashes into it. The image above is a composite, three stills edited together (it's a pan-up reveal) - K discovering he's in the future (mind wise).

    In "The Breaking News Syndrome" the Twin Towers were also part of the story.

    Man, I was going to go into this long winded rant about about people wanting to erase any images; reminders of the tragedy. I really want to - it upsets me. But such a thing has been talked to death by folks who are better at writing than I.

    "Freedom Fries".

    Frack me.

    Anyhow, the new movie, "Men In Black: International" is coming out on June 14th, 2019. I'm hoping there will be another cross-promotion; Target offering (as an exclusive) season two of the animated show. That would be nice. At one point Mill Creek Entertainment was going to release the complete series. But nothing much has happpened since then.

    Come back here on May 23rd, 2019 for another show on irreverent lawyers.
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    How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
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    [An earlier version of this PT was originally posted on February 6th, 2014 on JoBlo's "DVD, Blu-Ray & Home Theater Discussion" forum.]

    Denny Crane!!! Lawyers who would never put up with a Smollett.



    David E. Kelley's "Boston Legal: Season One" was released on home video on May 23rd, 2006.

    It streeted against "When A Stranger Calls" [remake], "Kingdom Of Heaven: 4 Disc Director’s Cut", "M*A*S*H: Season Ten Collector's Edition" and "The Boondock Saints: Unrated Special Edition".

    This originally came with a non-embossed cardboard slipcase holding three slimcases for five discs. There was a single sheet insert; ad for other 20th Century Fox shows on DVD; "NYPD Blue", "Hill Street Blues", "The Shield" and "Murder One".

    - - -



    There was a single exclusive from Best Buy, a bonus disc. The DVD has all final four episodes of "The Practice" - leading to the premiere of "Boston Legal"; characters were introduced which got their own show.

    This sold for $34.99 on street.

    By the way, "Kindom Of Heaven" Director's Cut" is outstanding (on DVD and BD).



    Each bonus episodes has their own menu screen; play episode, language selection (subtitles in English, Spanish and French) and scene selection.

    "The Firm" - April 18th, 2004
    "Comings And Goings" - April 25th, 2004
    "New Hoods On The Block" - May 2nd, 2004
    "Cheers" (a.k.a. "Adjourned") - May 16th, 2004

    No additional bonuses; commentaries or such; extra episodes are presented in widescreen. The exclusive came inside a CD envelope within the box.

    Looking at the menu, my original thought was - this is simply the last disc on the season eight box set for "The Practice".

    Not the case at all.



    Season eight, "The Practice: The Final Season" didn't come out on DVD until April 15th, 2014. At the time was on pre-order - retailed for $29.99.

    All and all the extra disc has a run time of 167:26 minutes. The bonus has a printed label, it reads "The Practice: Bonus Disc" (as you can see in the ad).

    This was created genuinely for Best Buy, quite an excellent collectible. *nods*



    I own all five seasons, very entertaining show, seen most of them when it aired. It's not like "The O.C." where I saw all of season one and two. But missed several from season three and nearly half of four. It would be many years later until I watched the whole series over a couple of weeks.

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    Void.

    Another short entry. You know what that mean... filler time!

    What is it this outing? Bits from the 1984 classic sci-fi flick, "The Last Starfighter". But before I start, lets step back to 1979 with "Alien".

    Much has been written about the classic sci-fi horror flick. It had a long pre-production. Ideas were thrown about and many were never used. Different artists hired, each giving their own take on the then developing story. One such fellow was artist Ron Cobb.

    Much of the interior of the towing ship, Nostromo was drew into reality by him. A world of props had to be made for the actors and to fill in the empty spaces (he did much of that too). Some of which were never built.



    One such paper design was Cobb's "HeliJet", a two person long range craft.

    Unrealized shuttle was to have been an object within the ship's hold. Just something in the background while Parker (Yaphet Kotto) and Brett (Harry Dean Stanton) were hunting for the Chest Buster (before they knew what it had become).

    Size? Don't have a clue if the intent was to build it full size or a scale model, either way - something in the background. It didn't happen until...



    Cobbs was hired as the production designer for "The Last Starfighter". Not since "Tron" (1982) would so much CGI would be used to tell a story. The negative was proto-level computer imagery, very little texture mapping - nearly all the computer effects had smooth surfaces.

    It was the best they could do at the time. That is to say, they had so little time to get it ready for theaters. They did have plans for texture mapping.

    To save time, resurrected that unused shuttle.

    Abandoned HeliJet now became the Zando-Zan's assassin ship, a full size prop.



    It was simplified due to their CGI restrictions, smooth surfaces for continuity. This re-purpose was done to save money and time too. Render time for each generated frame (3000 x 5000, 36-bit pixels) is by today standards ridicules.

    Twenty-seven minutes of CGI was delivered for the Summer of 1984. They didn't have the time to make it complicated it was a locked six month, unmovable deadline.

    Would love to own a scale model of the original HeliJet on my desk - maybe off a 3D printer (painted). Or perhaps in Lego form - would be cool too; two mini-fig inside.

    Hell yes! And a Lego Gunstar too

    - - -

    Gonna address something else, a logic error - magazines.

    There is a moment where Alex Rogan's little brother Louis (Chris Herbert) is searching through his Playboy collection for a certain issue. He sorts through them, dropping magazines on the floor in his quest. But finds the issue he wants hidden under his bed.



    Problem - the very first issue he looked at was the same issue from his bed, the June 1983 issue. Why did Louis NOT notice that? And why did he have two copies? Anyhow, the Playmate Of The Month that Louis was ogling at was Jolanda Egger, pretty lady.

    Man, I remember the first time I saw; flip through a Playboy. I want to say ten years old. I was in a second hand store, the book area, which had a nook in the shop. Lots of junk, then I saw IT among the old magazines. Why was it there? Who put it there? Can't say, but I was trying to be super cool and not give away all the excitement I was feeling. I stuck gold!

    Can't remember what issue, wish I could. Just that I was making real sure my mom wasn't going to walk in on me looking at naked ladies. Ladies, not whores. Playboy is on the lower end of pornography, graphic art.

    Didn't get caught and that experience never repeated in my childhood. No. There was another; Penthouse, but I was in my late teens at the time. The local book store inside the mall, someone had hid or left but the magazine in paperback area, sitting on top of them. Can't say what issue that was. *shrugs* I had at the time a subscription to the magazine (and Playboy too), so the thrill was gone.

    - - -

    Plot hole too. When the second assassin learns that his target on Earth is not Alex (Lance Guest), but a Beta (android), he/she/it returns to the ship nestled between hills. Once inside, opens communication with the Kodan mothership. The raised dish is pointed at ninety degree angle, right at the hill; transmission would be hindered by it.

    *shakes head*

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    Tangent.

    In late March I saw something I hadn't seen (in parts) for forty years! Man, I feel old.



    In the Past Tense entry for "24: Redemption", I wrote about dead TV shows not on DVD. I've done that twice over. In that particular Void, wrote about "The Amazing Spider-Man" the 1978 CBS short lived series. You can read more on the program in that entry.

    A fellow named Retrofan75 on YouTube has posted the entire series; the quality is very good. Not 100% great, but far better than others who post old TV shows. It's campy and cheesy at times, but man - it still holds up. Sway. This should already have a home video release.

    It was at one point released on VHS back in the 1980s, an episode per cassette.

    Just thought I'd share. Seek it out on his YT channel, good stuff.

    - - -

    Totally unrelated. Doesn't the song "Don't Let Go" by En Vogue sound like a tune that would play during the open credits of a James Bond movie? Just thinking out loud.

    Before I close.

    There was an error, a potential problem with "Boston Legal: Season Two", Disc 7. Some folks had problems playing the episode "BL: Los Angeles" and the one of the bonus features on said disc.

    There was a solution at the time, Fox had a 1-888 number to call for a replacement DVD. Give your info and mailing address, they'll send you a fixed disc. It appeared to be a batch issue, not all copies had that problem. I would expect that later repressings had this issue resolved. My copy didn't have a problem, I'm glad.

    Denny Crane!

    Done. The next PT will drop on you on June 6th, 2019. Come back for an unlikely mash-up of genres that was even more unlikely - had a theatrical sequel, turns out - you really can't stop the signal.

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    Outlander: The Complete Fourth Season - Special Edition
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    Lego Movie 2 (available now)
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    Glass (available now)
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    Justice League Vs. The Fatal Five (available now)
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    How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (available now)
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    Captain America: The Winter Soldier (available now)
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    Captain America: Civil War (available now)
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    Star Wars: The Last Jedi (available now)
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    Field Of Dreams (available now)
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    King Kong (2005) (available now)
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    [An earlier version of this PT was originally posted on August 7th, 2014 on JoBlo's "DVD, Blu-Ray & Home Theater Discussion" forum.]

    You can't stop the signal in "Serenity"...



    The motion picture opened on September 30th, 2005. It was made with a budget of $40,000,000 (estimated) and grossed over $25 million during its U.S. theatrical run; counting foreign receipts it made $38,869,464. The film opened number two at the box office, the following week it dropped to number eight. Let's be honest, no matter how you look - this bombed; I wished it didn't, but it did.

    By the way, Nathan Fillion is way too air brushed in that poster. Anyway...

    The feature opened against "Into The Blue", "Tim Burton's Corpse Bride", "A History of Violence" and "Just Like Heaven".

    Written so many of these - I'm now including links to previous PT entries.



    I'm covering the Collector's Edition; came in a folding box; digipak for the two discs, it opens out and unfurls - hard to describe. The box is partially foiled on the text with a window showing the digipak within.

    This originally came with a single, small sized, one sided insert. An ad for "Serenity" merchandise; ship blueprints, "Blue Sun" travel posters (five of them, 17" x 22"), ship papers (Serenity's deed, licenses, passports, passenger manifest, vessel specs, salvage rights, trader's guild and decon certificate.

    All and all, fourteen documents in a leather portfolio) and bank heist money (this offer was only available to DVD buyers).

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    Best Buy offered the only exclusive, a mini twenty-six page comic book (eight per store). This set streeted on August 21st, 2007 and sold for $17.99. The comic was packed on the rear under the back sheet with DVD specs.

    While the cover reads "Serenity" it's actually a re-pressing of issue one (of three) of "Those Left Behind" mini series from 2005, published by Dark Horse Comics. The story was written by Joss Whedon and Brett Matthews. It bridges the gap between the last episode of "Firefly" (2002); "Objects In Space" (December 13th, 2002) and the motion picture; the film takes place six months from the series finale.

    By the way, the comic doesn't fit inside the box. *shrugs*

    The comic mini series was released in the Summer of '05 as cross promotion for the then upcoming feature.

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    Footnotes.

    This really should be covered. Let me take a step back...



    Released on December 20th, 2005 for $29.98 was the first release of "Serenity". There isn't any need to keep this DVD. All of the extras presented here carried over to the Collector's Edition; the newer two disc set is a shiny upgrade.

    If you're a die hard collector, you might want to keep the first release - came with a foil wraparound.

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    As some might know, a chunk of the new extras in the Collector's Edition are actually carry overs from the 2006 Australian DVD (region 4).



    It was a two disc release, streeted on February 8th 2006. Don't ask for price, have no idea.

    What's missing on the Collector's Edition?

    Not included is "Joss Whedon Q&A Session" which was filmed at Fox Studios in Sydney; done after the screening. Would've been cool, but it's not a deal breaker.

    I can tell you that the R4 DVD came in a transparent case - for a reason. The wraparound was double printed. The reverse side has the same artwork, minus the classification markings. That's kinda cool.

    Sure. I'll do it. Don't expect this regularly, I don't want to open a mess of worms.

    Region 4 exclusives.

    There were three Aussie bonuses.



    EzyDVD had an exclusive tin which (mostly) mirrored the DVD's wraparound. Don't ask for price. Sorry about the above image quality, I tired.

    You purchased the title and they gave you the tin over the counter.

    I don't know how many were made, the easy answer is... limited. I CAN tell you this was on the same street.

    JB H-Fi had their own that day.



    The store offered an exclusive slipcover (sorry once again, it was the best I could muster), autographed by Joss Whedon. Now this isn't signed individually, but printed on the slipcover. This was embossed, the slipcover wasn't on the DVD. Same deal as EzyDVD, the bonus over the counter. Don't know the price. Never heard of JB H-Fi until researching.

    It looks like you could get both and have the slip on the DVD and put it inside the tin - if you're as anal as I am. I don't own any of these R4 things.

    Lastly is an exclusive mouse pad from Sanity, not packed with the title. Again, no idea how much this set cost. Sorry, I don't have an image for that.

    - - -

    Okay I'll do that too.

    The newer Collector's Edition has extras which have not appeared in any previous editions:

    * Commentary by writer/director Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Summer Glau, Adam Baldin and Ron Glass
    * "Sci-Fi Inside: Serenity" TV special (21:45 minutes; aired on Sci-Fi Channel on September 27th, 2005)
    * "Session 416" (8:00 minutes; the five River Tam [Glau] viral videos from her stay at "The Academy")

    What was taken from the region 4 set?

    * Extended scenes (6:40 minutes)
    * "A Filmmaker's Journey" featurette (19:53 minutes)
    * "The Green Clan" featurette (3:07 minutes)
    * "Take A Walk On Serenity" ship set tour (4:06 minutes)

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    Tangent.

    If you're a fan of the former series and the big screen flick you'll probably want to pick up this fan made documentary...



    "Done The Impossible: The Fans’ Tale of Firefly & Serenity"; streeted on August 1st, 2006 for $23.95. The doc is hosted by star Adam Baldwin and runs seventy-nine minutes.

    It features interviews with the cast and crew responsible, including series creator Whedon. And various interviews with fans who were touched by the franchise - can I call it a franchise?

    This is really about the fans who want to celebrate their passion (including those who tired to save "Firefly" when it was canceled). Yeah, I have no excuse, I need to pick this up. The DVD has a respectable amount of extras too.

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    Just Because.



    Mal's ship makes a cameo in Sci-Fi Channel's mini-series slash pilot, "Battlestar Galactica". It occurred in Part I (December 8th, 2003) when Laura Roslin (Mary McDonnell) is on Caprica; inside her doctor's office about to be diagnosed with breast cancer. A sky view is shown, through the glass ceiling - Serenity flies by; 14:43 minutes.

    Why?

    The digital effects for the mini-series was done by Zoic Studios, they also did the CGI work for "Firefly" (2002).

    One more bit of random trivia... this film was Universal Studios Home Entertainment first title released on HD-DVD. Remember that format?

    Indeed.

    I really enjoyed this flick. It's damn good. I so wish this hadn't tanked at the box office, there should be a new entry every couple of years. One last item, the November 2008 issue of Empire magazine (British), published the results of a world-wide poll of the "500 Greatest Movies Of All Time"; "Serenity" ranked 383rd.

    Come back here on June 20th, 2019 for another entry; this one on a shakey-cam spy.

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    Captain Marvel
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    CDs available 6/14

    "Madonna - Madame X" with 2 exclusive bonus tracks $13.99
    "Bastille - Doom Days" with 2 exclusive bonus tracks $12.99

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    Pitch Black (available now)
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    Mission Impossible: Fallout (available now)
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    Toy Story (available now)
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    Toy Story 2 (available now)
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    Toy Story 3 (available now)
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    Star Wars: The Last Jedi (available now)
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    "Prince - Originals" with 1 exclusive bonus track $11.99
    "Dave Matthew Band - Rhino's Choice" exclusive 2018 Summer Tour Highlights $11.99
    "Dave Matthew Band - Rhino's Choice" exclusive vinyl album $17.99

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    Toy Story 2 (available now)
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