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Christopher Reeve Superman Collection 4pk
$68.92 $45.57
Christopher Reeve Superman Collection 4pk
You'll believe a man can fly... and so much more... with this 8-Disc, 5 Film Collection celebrating the legacy of Christopher Reeve as Superman. This collection is the perfect gift for the holiday and includes special and deluxe editions of Superman I-IV, including hours of new and vintage special features. All titles are available separately.SUPERMAN THE MOVIE 4-DISC SPECIAL EDITION - Includes the 1978 Original Theatrical Version (New to DVD) and 2000 Expanded Edition Movie. Digitally remastered with 2 loaded bonus discs with Documentaries, Additional Scenes, Screen Tests, Gag Reel, Additional Music Cues, Vintage Movie Superman and the Mole-Men starring George Reeves, vintage cartoons and more! Also available separately.SUPERMAN II 2-DISC SPECIAL EDITION - Digitally remastered with Commentary by Executive Producer Ilya Salkind and Producer Pierre Spengler, New and Vintage Making-of Documentaries and 8 1940s Famous Studios Superman Cartoons, and more. Also available separately.SUPERMAN III DELUXE EDITION - Digitally remastered with Commentary by Executive Producer Ilya Salkind and Producer Pierre Spengler, Vintage Making-of Documentary, Additional Scenes. Also available separately.SUPERMAN IV THE QUEST FOR PEACE DELUXE EDITION - Digitally remastered with Commentary by Screenwriter Mark Rosenthal and Deleted Scenes. Also available separately.Format: DVD MOVIE
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Darth Vader and Son
$14.95
Darth Vader and Son
What if Darth Vader took an active role in raising his son? What if "I am your father, " was just a stern admonishment from an annoyed dad? In this hilarious and sweet comic reimagining of Star Wars, Darth Vader is a dad like any other - except with all the baggage of being the Dark Lord of the Sith. Darth Vader and Son presents the trials and joys of parenting through the lens of a galaxy far, far away. Each lovingly-drawn comic is chock full of enduring life lessons including lightsaber practice, using the Force to raid the cookie jar, Take Your Child to Work Day on the Death Star ("Er, he looks just like you, Lord Vader!"), and the special bond shared between any father and son. And did we mention force tickling? Darth Vader and Son is full of force tickling. It's the perfect book for any Jedi/Padawan, Sith Master/Apprentice, and Father/Son team out there. Darth Vader and Son - grow closer to your spawn . . . with the power of the Force.
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Star Wars: The Jedi Path
$19.95 $12.99
Star Wars: The Jedi Path
Every course of study has a text book, and finally we can read the text students at the Jedi Temple have been reading for over a thousand generations. It's been revised over and over by the Jedi Masters, annotated by Jedi (many times by hand, to the distress of the Jedi Librarians), and now can be bought in facsimile form. And in that form, it is called Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual. If you've ever wanted to be a Jedi, you need this book. Within the pages of Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual, the Jedi-in-training will discover the history and lore of the Jedi Order, the ways of the Force and how to wield it, the subtle nuances of lightsaber combat, and the dangers of the Dark Side. Inside Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual, you'll also find "handwritten" annotated notes by Yoda, Luke Skywalker, Count Dooku, Darth Sidious, and many more. Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual was created in collaboration with Lucasfilm, with the help of an acclaimed Star Wars author and revered Star Wars illustrators. This volume also introduces never-before-seen ships, creatures, characters, and details about the Star Wars galaxy. Star Wars: The Jedi Path - Jedi Training Manual - study now to be a real Jedi. There will be a test, later. (Insert weird Obi-Wan scream here.)
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