Press Release Journey to the far corners of your imagination with Willow, for the first time ever on stunning Blu-ray! Written and produced by George Lucas and directed by Ron Howard, the film tells a timeless fantasy tale in which heroes come in all sizes…and adventure is the greatest magic of all. In celebration of its 25th anniversary, the unforgettable classic has been fully digitally restored and debuts on Blu-ray and DVD Combo Pack March 12, 2013 from Lucasfilm Ltd. and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Or – “Time, See What’s Become Of Me…” I think the best part of Buffy (like any really good tapestry/universe story) is that the characters are allowed to change and grow, often in ways that you wouldn’t have imagined upon first viewing.Â I found myself watching the Buffy pilot not that long ago, and was very impressed with how naturally the characters’ stories seemed to be, even when the source material was anything but natural.Â Some time ago, Joss Whedon had pitched a Buffy cartoon series that would tell stories from the character’s past, with the addition of little sister
Big Blue starts anew, senior citizens in skin tight leather, Major Spoilers Theme Song, free swag in the bag, and more comics than you can reasonably shake a stick at! Plus: Matthew, Matthew, Matthew, and some crap from those other guys, Stan andâ€¦ umâ€¦ Reynaldo, or something. All this and much, much more, as the Major Spoilers podcast hits 37â€¦ in a row!? This episode is sponsored in part by the Mid-Ohio-Con (www.midohiocon.com) [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers_37.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!
Electric Tiki released a tooned up version of the vampire slayer last year at the San Diego Comic Con.Â The company is back again with three more maquettes that include End of Days Buffy, Glory, and Dark Willow.Â Take the jump for a look at these beauties.
Or – “In Which Several Relationships Come To Unpleasant Ends…” In her relatively short life, Buffy Summers has dated a lot of inappropriate people.Â Parker, the jackass frat boy.Â Riley, the useless super-soldier with no personality what-so-fricking-ever.Â Angel, a former mass murdering vampire.Â Spike, a…Â completely different former mass-murdering vampire.Â (Y’know, for a while there, it seemed she thought her hereditary title was “Vampire LAYER,” nudge nudge, wink wink, know what I mean? Eh?Â Eh?)Â So, I don’t understand why anyone is troubled by Buffy’s latest choice of paramour…Â After all,Â it’s not as thoughÂ she’s knownÂ for being romantically level-headed.Â In this