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Sonic The Hedgehog [Satam] - 4 Dvd Box Set [2007] <b>DVD</b> ~ Jaleel White
5.0 out of 5 stars the original blur, 14 Oct 2011
This was one of my favourite programs back when it was first shown and is now the dvd all three of my niece and nephews watch the most whenever they stay over. And for good reason it's still very very good and that's not just sepia tinged memories speaking, a combination of rounded characters, wit and never less than good plotting means this is a very good program that the whole family can watch together. Yes there are a few scary moments that may unnerve very young or nervous children so if your child is like that my advice is to watch this first or with them but these are few in number. If you like me watched this the first time round but haven't since then you can relive your youth and… Read more
Green Lantern: Emerald Knights - Double Play (Blu-&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Nathan Fillion
4.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, 15 July 2011
Green Lantern Corps biggest strength as a comic is it's scale being free to move anywhere in the universe. Here we get a sense of that scale through Hal Jordan telling the newly recruited Arisia about variouus past and present Lanterns. Each story has been adapted from a different comic story by some of the best writers in the business at the moment including Geoff Johns who has done so much to build Green Lantern into the second best comic at the moment (Batman will always be the greatest to me).
The animation is excellent throughout ably matched and complemented by the voice acting, Nathan Fillion will doubtlessly convince many of his fans that he should have been cast instead of… Read more
Transformers: Ironhide (Transformers (Idw)) by Casey Coller
The biggest problem here is that idw's Transformers comics are best read together as they form one large story with the likes of Ironhide, Drift and Bumblebee being chapters rather than stand alone stories a degree of planning the movies could have done with.
Ironhide is "killed" in the first issue of the ongoing series only to wake up on a deserted Cybertron in his original form. What follows is part flashback, part mystery part action story showing how Ironhide became the soldier and one of the foundations of the Autobot cause he has always been in every incarnation of the Transformers.
Meeting the mysterious Alpha Trion who has also rebuilt Sunstreaker after his actions in All… Read more