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This is by far the cheapest I have seen for this boxset. The next cheapest I can find is £29.49 at DVD.co.uk.

Features all 22 episodes pristinely remastered.

Don't forget quidco at 4%.
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#1
Excellent, been waiting for this to come down in price to complete my collection :thumbsup:
#2
Now showing as "Temporarily out of stock", still at the same price.
#3
rd1701
Excellent, been waiting for this to come down in price to complete my collection :thumbsup:


me too :-D
#4
Hot, excellent price!!
#5
whats the animated series like?

worth watching?
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whats the animated series like?

worth watching?


If you enjoyed the original series, I think you will enjoy the animated series. It's not perfect, but it is quite interesting with a few excellent episodes - and a few terrible ones, obviously :-)

All the original actors (with the exception of Walter Koenig) voice their parts. The writing is of a mostly high quality, with scripts from David Gerold and D.C. Fontana, who wrote for the original series. Larry Niven (Ringworld) also wrote an episode adapted from his short story "The Soft Weapon".

The animation is reasonable for the era, and works well in Star Trek - it's easier to get lots of strange new worlds on screen when you don't have to worry about set budgets!
#7
Hmm interesting. Never knew they did an animted one. Voted hot. Heat and Rep added.
#8
ClintEast
Hmm interesting. Never knew they did an animted one. Voted hot. Heat and Rep added.


Knew about the O.S. (animated), but only found [COLOR="Red"]this[/COLOR] (posted at the end of last year) while I was looking for a pic to post on the thread.....


TrekMove.com, a site I can only assume was founded to unearth information about the still hazy JJ Abrams movie, has some news on a possible new animated (!) internet(!!) series.

Under the headline “CBS Considering New Animated Trek Series For The Web” Trek Movie reports:

The idea for a new animated Trek started back around the time that Star Trek Enterprise was cancelled. David Rossi and his partners didn’t buy into the notion that Star Trek ‘needed a rest’. “We wanted to spark a little life into Star Trek and to keep it alive in people’s eyes,” explains Rossi. They knew CBS and Paramount weren’t going to be keen on a new (and very expensive) live action show so they decided that animation was the way to go. Their first notion was to do a show set in the Original Series era (but not on the Enterprise), however that notion didn’t sit well with the people at CBS. Rossi then took the advice he got from LeVar Burton on how ‘Star Trek should always be about moving forward and what is next in the human adventure.’ So the team came up with the notion of taking a big leap forward and setting a show 150 years after the time of Picard and Star Trek Nemesis, but in a very different and somewhat dark Trek universe. CBS were more open to that idea and over the last year and a half have asked the team (now formed into Zero Room Productions) to flesh out their idea. Although CBS have not committed to the series, they have asked the team to develop test artwork and scripts for 5 mini episodes.

I always liked LeVar Burton.

No more prequels, no ancient history, no revamps. Taking a big leap into a “Next Next Generation” will give them lots of room to play around while not abandoning the races and planets we know.

So I’m firmly in the camp that loves the concept. Why am I nervous? Because they’re going for “mini-episodes” meaning all stories will have to be low character development but high action. This is not Trek’s strong point. At the risk of comparing to Star Wars (cue groaning), All the characters there were defined by actions and broad dialog, where as I didn’t feel like I knew a character like Picard until the show had been on for years, and they still managed to surprise me for years afterwards. Star Trek may be overshadowed by Battlestar, Stargate, and other sci-fi series these days, but lets not forget that the character based sci-fi drama began with Trek and its only fair that Trek come back to reclaim it. I don’t think they’ll do it with cartoons for the YouTube audience.

Best case scenario: The ‘toons take off and a real new series is developed to flesh out the new timeline. Worst Case scenario: we’re pretty much already living it, so we’ve got nothing to lose.
#9
I don't own any OS box sets but I'm getting this one. Why? Because I haven't seen the OS animated series in something like 20 years.

Now to get the Planet of the Apes animated series...
#11
It's £14.97 at Amazon-but you have to spend £15 with them to get free delivery.

However the listing for the DVD actually says you can get it delivered FREE for £14.97.....

Click!

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