Temporary package art for the Blu-ray set. For Highlander: The Series‘ first Blu-ray release, “subtle” animated graphics fill bars left by the transition from full-frame to widescreen.
I think it’s a cheesy image, Super Game Boy meets the Quickening, but I’m not the consumer Davis-Panzer Productions is trying to impress. Highlander: The Series is a cash cow, an immortal cash cow. THERE CAN BE ONLY ONE! MOO!
Press release for Inspector Gadget: The Go Go Gadget Collection. Don Adams’ and Frank Welker’s voiceover talents are noted. What, no Cree Summer? Brain gets credit over Penny? Eh, what can you do. It’s a press release and you’ve already forgotten about it by now.
TVOntario’s Get Ready For School DVD out since August 4, 2009. I can’t believe it took TVO until 2009 to enter the world of consumer DVD, but it’s a start. Yes, Polkaroo’s involved, although the godlike kangaroo mutant plays second fiddle to Gisèle’s Big Backyard. Everyone does now.
Mongrel Media and TVO might each have a steady revenue stream on their hands, even if TVO entered the home entertainment game at a horrible time. If the success of Get Ready For School leads to Eureka! and Prisoners of Gravity sets down the road, I’m all for it. The story so far…
Just for Laughs Volume 3: Launching Pad on DVD October 20, 2009 through Image Entertainment. Just for Laughs is selling this set on the strengths of Jeff Dunham, Dane Cook, Ray Romano, Russell Peters and other profitable comedians.
Has it ever occurred to JfL to release the Andy Kindler State of the Industry Addresses in their entirety? They would be the DVDs to own, rather than the CliffsNotes run-throughs of stand-up comedy material. The Just for Laughs merchandising juggernaut will continue unabated, so here’s a praying mantis puppet to end this post.