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Press Release: "She-Ra: Princess of Power Season 1 Volume 1"

by on September 11, 2006



“She-Ra: Princess of Power®“<O</O


Six DVD Set in a Six-Panel DigiPak Available November 7th for $49.98<O</O

Los Angeles, CA – Her predecessor, He-Man, set the bar in the DVD market over the past year. Her own “Best Of” set was a hit at Comic Con. Now, the Princess of Power is ready to reign on her own as BCI, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Navarre Corporation, and UK media company and underlying rights owner, Entertainment Rights Plc (“ER”), proudly introduce “She-Ra: Princess of Power®,” Season One, Volume One, available November 7th at a suggested retail price of $49.98. The six DVD pack will include 32 digitally remastered episodes from the first season of the classic ’80s animated series. <O</O

“She-Ra: Princess of Power” Season One, Volume One, is the initial release in a three-volume set that will include all 93 original episodes of the popular animated saga. All three volumes put together will feature a unique She-Ra “spine art mural.”<O</O

The six DVDs will include the first 33 episodes of the series, and also feature:<O</O

  • The documentary “The Stories of She-Ra, Part 1″<O</O
  • Storyboard-to-episode comparison for Episode One: Into Etheria<O</O
  • Art cards by Dave Johnson and Humberto Ramos<O</O
  • Commentary tracks for episodes “The Sea Hawk” and “King Miro’s Journey with writers Larry DiTillio and J. Michael Straczynski, editor Rick Geher and storyboard creator Michael Swanigan. Hosted by Andy Mangels<O</O
  • 50 Character Profiles<O</O
  • Interactive “Where’s Loo-Kee” Game<O</O
  • Easter Eggs<O</O
  • DVD-ROM features (including scripts for five episodes, series bible, The Secret of the Sword comic book)<O</O
  • Coloring Book<O</O
  • “Loo-Kee’s Fun Facts” and Trivia<O</O
  • Booklet with Episode Guide<O</O
  • Spanish language audio tracks<O</O

Consulting with BCI on the project and providing extra content is Val Staples, the owner of www.he-man.org, the internet’s largest portal for the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe fan community, the owner of MVCreations graphic design company, and the publisher of the recent Masters of the Universe comic. <O</O

“She-Ra: Princess of Power” first aired on television in 1985, as a female-directed spin-off of the popular “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe®,” which was into its second season.<O</O

Under its Ink & Paint brand, BCI has to date announced the following titles:<O</O
The Best of He-Man and the Masters of the Universe® <O</O
[2005 TV DVD Award for Best 1980’s Series release]<O</O
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe® Season One Volumes I & II<O</O
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe® Season Two Volumes I & II<O</O
The Best of She-Ra, Princess of Power®<O</O
He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special<O</O
Flash Gordon<O</O
Prince Valiant<O</O
Space Sentinels & The Freedom Force — The Complete Series<O</O
Blackstar — The Complete Series<O</O
Defenders of the Earth — Volume One<O</O
Dungeons & Dragons<O</O
Groovie Goolies — The Saturday “Mourning” Collection<O</O
And now:<O</O
She-Ra: Princess of Power, Season One, Volume One<O</O

About Navarre Corporation<O</O
Navarre Corporation is a publisher and distributor of physical and digital home entertainment and multimedia products, including PC software, CD audio, DVD video, video games and accessories. Since its founding in 1983, the Company has established distribution relationships with customers across a wide spectrum of retail channels which includes mass merchants, discount, wholesale club, office and music superstores, military and e-tailers nationwide. The Company currently provides its products to over 19,000 retail and distribution center locations throughout the United States and Canada. Navarre has expanded its business to include the licensing and publishing of home entertainment and multimedia content, primarily through the acquisitions of Encore, BCI, and FUNimation. For more information, please visit the Company’s web site at http:https://www.navarre.com.

About BCI<O</O
BCI, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Navarre Corporation, is an independent entertainment video and audio supplier. BCI has continually redefined the standards and concepts of this industry, often introducing national success categories through its intuitive mass marketing skills. Its vast collection of titles represents both exclusively licensed titles from around the world, as well as in-house produced CDs and DVDs.

About Entertainment Rights<O</O

  • Entertainment Rights Plc (“ER”) is one of the UK’s leading specialist media groups focused on the ownership of high quality children’s and family programming, characters and brands
  • ER owns or controls the rights to many classic characters including Basil Brush®, Postman Pat®, Jess the Cat, Little Red Tractor, Rupert Bear®, He-Man and the Masters of the Universe®, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, She-Ra®, Ghostbusters, Fun Song Factory, Boo! and Jim Jam & Sunny<O></O>
  • Since 1999, when ER owned rights to just 50 hours of programming, ER’s library has grown to over 2,000 hours of high quality children’s and family characters and brands. This includes selected rights to global brands such as Mattel’s Barbie™, Scholastic’s Clifford™, Hasbro’s Transformers™, Harveytoons Casper the Friendly Ghost and Classic Media’s Felix the Cat
  • ER’s wholly owned subsidiary Tell-Tale Productions, created and produced The Tweenies, one of the UK’s most successful pre-school brands
  • In October 2005 ER acquired the majority interest in Rupert Bear®, one of the most recognizable children’s characters in the world, from Express Newspapers. Rupert will appear on Five from Autumn 2006
  • Jim Jam & Sunny was commissioned by ITV in December 2005 for ITV1 and their new digital children’s channel, CiTV
  • ER has grown rapidly. Annual revenues have increased from £1.8m in 1999 to £25.5m in 2004, the last reported financial year

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