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The first of five releases from Liberation Entertainment Canada collecting the first season of Wolverine and The X-Men, available only in Canada!
Wolverine and The X-Men - Season One, Volume One
Release Date: April 14th, 2009
Studio: Liberation Entertainment Canada
Synopsis: When an explosive event shatters the lives of the X-Men and takes away their mentor, the beaten heroes walk away from it all. But then they’re given a rare glimpse into the future, and see a world in utter ruin, ruled by giant destructive robots. A world that spiralled out of control because the X-Men had given up. So now the most legendary of all X-Men takes the lead – Wolverine! Reuniting these broken heroes, Wolverine embarks on the ultimate mission - to prevent the world’s destruction. To rescue us from ourselves. To save the future.
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-Wolverine and The X-Men - Season One, Volume One DVD Review (Spoilers)
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I must say that even though Liberation didn't put any of the bonus features on this disc, or even the Chapter 2 disc, that Lionsgate did, Liberation did manage to put the video on in Extreme-High-Quality, which makes the video look a lot better when you are watching it on a TV via composite video, since you don't get as much pixelation in the video as you do on the Lionsgate video, especially during high-movement scenes.
Plus I love how Liberation gave you the option of watching the episodes with Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound and Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround Sound (which comes in handy when you are watching it on a DVD/Blu-Ray player that is only connected to the TV via the 2 analog outputs; or when you are watching it on a computer that only has stereo speakers connected to it). Surprisingly, for a set that was released in Canada, there is no French language track, and I don't think there was a seperate French release, of course I don't live in Quebec, so I'm not sure about what was and wasn't released in Quebec.
Otherwise, a solid disc, and if you are not into seeing special features on Wolverine and the X-Men, and more into watching the series in Enhanced Definition or High-Definition, then I'd say pick the Liberation sets up for their video quality.