With the DVD release of Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog coming up this Friday, the Amazon asked Joss Whedon to give it a review. A little odd, since he wrote it, so, well, he made his review a little odd in kind. It’s typical Joss goofiness, which is fun, and definitely worth a read. I give it forty eight billion stars.
I can’t wait to watch “Commentary!” the musical!
io9 goes inside The Clone Wars DVD so we don’t have to. Also roaming around online is a ‘complete list’ of titles for season 1 of the TV show, at least some of which seem to have originated on the DVD.
It’s a wee bit too early for holiday shopping, no matter what the store decorations say. Still, Amazon is right this minute offering the Disney / Pixar Ultimate Collection for $109.99, 54% off list price. The DVD set contains every major Pixar release from Toy Story through Ratatouille, so I’m sure we all know someone who would appreciate it. (via)
Cartoon Network has added a Saturday morning showing of The Clone Wars to their schedule. Also at the link, writer Kevin Campbell talks about Artoo’s bits and pieces. Plus, the ‘Duel of the Droids’ preview.
No books, no comics, just The Clone Wars movie on DVD and Blu-Ray in stores Tuesday. Exclusives available at Best Buy and Target.
EU Cantina has posted their interview with James Luceno. Topics include writing, Millennium Falcon, Brian Daley, and the future of the EU. They’re also taking questions for their next interview, with Lucasfilm Licensing Executive editor Sue Rostoni.
After a week of hiatus for Halloween, The Clone Wars returns tonight with “Downfall of a Droid.” Take a drink every time Ahsoka says “Artooey.”
There’s a lot coming out this week, but sadly little of it is anything new. Today brings two DVD sets, repackaging the two-DVD editions of the Original and Prequel Trilogies. You can also pick up the latest Star Wars Insider.
Meanwhile, Wednesday brings the third collection of Rebellion, Small Victories.
November 11th sees The Clone Wars movie released on DVD – and it’s the first Star Wars movie to make the jump to the new-fangled Blu-Ray format as well. There will be one-disc and two-disc versions of the standard DVD, plus Best Buy exclusive versions of all three. Get all the details at StarWars.com.
Yes, the new DVD sets that first appeared on Digital Bits are indeed just the ones we already have, in handy box-set form. They’ll be in stores November 4th.