TCW Complete Series Box set on blu-ray, when will we get one?!

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  1. obi-rob-kenobi4 Force Ghost

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    So now that the show is complete I want a complete series boxset on blu-ray with all the seasons as well as the last episodes on it (ofcourse). When will we get one? How much money? How long do we have to wait??? Has LFL or my boy Dave said anything about such a release???
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  2. anakinfansince1983 Chosen One

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    I honestly don't want to think about how expensive that would be.

    I'm still trying to justify the $75 Blu-Ray box set for Indiana Jones when I ****ing hate Temple of Doom.
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  3. obi-rob-kenobi4 Force Ghost

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    Gee it wont be that expensive I would be shocked if it was any more than like $70 bucks.

    Im dieing to complete my LFL blu-ray collection with this as many are. Having a bunch of boxes now instead of one nice boxset of the complete series that i can put next to The Saga and the idy boxsets would be perfect.
  4. Jedi Master Chuck Jedi Master

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    Would anyone else be interested in them putting the episodes on chronological order on a complete series set? I don't particularly mind the first three seasons out of order but I still think it would be nice. I know you can simply watch the eps in chronological order now but that involves quite a bit of changing discs between episodes. Would be nice to already have them in the right order and might even help a few people justify the purchase if they already have the season sets. At the very least I hope they move Revival from the first episode of season 5 to right before Eminence. I have the season 1 - 4 sets, but only 4 is a bluray. Seasons 1 through 3 I have on DVD so I would consider a complete series set depending on the price difference between buying 4 individual sets (1, 2, 3, and 5) vs the box set. Could then sell the s4 bluray and s3 DVD. Woul probably hold onto 1 and 2 because of the art books.
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  5. Darthgoodguy Jedi Master

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    I love this idea and would also like a collection presenting the various arcs, cut together as mini-movies. I already have the "Darth Maul Returns" DVD plus the "Nightsisters Trilogy" iTunes exclusive. They're both awesome!

    Can't wait to have the "Fate of Ahsoka","Darkness On Umbara", "Mandalore Takeover" and even the "Four Episodes in the Void" arc (please God let it be better as a movie)
  6. Seerow SWTV★Mod

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    For all we know this is how they'll work out distributing the fabled bonus content. In a complete box set to try and force me (and others) to repurchase the a $80 Blu-ray that is mostly stuff I already got.
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  7. BigAl6ft6 Force Ghost

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    A complete series blu ray (over 100 episodes!) would probably run at about 200 bucks out the gate. which is what I was waiting for anyway.
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  8. anakinfansince1983 Chosen One

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    That's what I was thinking. We're talking around 40 hours of content just in the shows, that doesn't even include bonus material.
  9. 07jonesj Force Ghost

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    Doubt it. Complete series box sets usually come out at around £60-£75 on Amazon ($75-95). Unless Amazon UK just has ridiculously low Blu-Ray prices.
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  10. anakinfansince1983 Chosen One

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    Has the quid gone down that much? I'm used to that amount equaling $120-150.
  11. 07jonesj Force Ghost

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    No, that was from my head, and a quick google shows I'm off the mark somewhat.

    £60 = $92
    £75 = $115

    Still, yeah, the pound's gone down. It did used to be about a pound to two dollars. :(
  12. anakinfansince1983 Chosen One

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    W00t! Cheaper UK trips while the pound is lower!

    (...I wish. Not practical right now but damn...)
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  13. MRCynical Jedi Grand Master

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    It does (well not quite, it hasn't been 1:2 for a few years, more like 1:1.6 these days), but when media companies translate their prices to GBP they rip us off on the exchange rate more often than not. For example the Collector's Edition of Guild Wars 2 (using that as I haven't compared any Star Wars releases lately) was $149.99 in the US, but £129.99 (=$199.79) in the UK.
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