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X-3: The Last Stand Full Artwork Coverage!

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Yay! Mine has been posted. Oooh baby!
oh mi God... thats cool !
Mark Lim wrote: Disciple wrote: Just wanted to add that the sticker on the front of the clear slip case is pretty hard to remove as the glue tends to stick to the case. You'll be forced to spend a great deal of time on removing this if you want it to look ok.

20th Century Fox new release DVD's are the worst offenders. The wrapper also sticks on the spine of the cover.

To get rid of the gluey stains on top of the DVD cover, place the sticker on the affected areas and peel off. Keep on with this process, and you can even use fresh sticy tape for this task. Stick on and peel off until all the sticky spots are gone.


Thanks for the advice but I have actually already tried that and it works perfectly well. I know what you mean about the wrappers sticking to the spine. That's the worst case scenario there. Although Fox is far from the worst offenders, that honor has to be given to Anchor Bay Entertainment.

I also have a surprise for you:

The back of the box that houses the keep case and the comic is removable. This is what's underneath:

Don't worry Dustin...but it looks like Chris might be attempting to get a copy, and he hated it only slightly less than me. I could write a 4,000 word essay on what was wrong and right with the film, but I don't have the time right now...you should see all the B-horror movies sitting next to my TV right now.
Disciple wrote: Just wanted to add that the sticker on the front of the clear slip case is pretty hard to remove as the glue tends to stick to the case. You'll be forced to spend a great deal of time on removing this if you want it to look ok.

20th Century Fox new release DVD's are the worst offenders. The wrapper also sticks on the spine of the cover.

To get rid of the gluey stains on top of the DVD cover, place the sticker on the affected areas and peel off. Keep on with this process, and you can even use fresh sticy tape for this task. Stick on and peel off until all the sticky spots are gone.
I think I'll do the same with the 6-Disc pack that I managed to pre-order ages ago for GBP 14.00

EDIT:
http://www.dvdfromkorea.com/shop/p_detail.asp?i...

2-disc with DTS Happy
Just wanted to add that the sticker on the front of the clear slip case is pretty hard to remove as the glue tends to stick to the case. You'll be forced to spend a great deal of time on removing this if you want it to look ok.
Gabe, I'm taking note that you just said that X3 isnt that bad and will likely bring it up every time in the future that you mention the film. Happy

Sincerely hope you're not the one to review any of the X3 releases on Active. If so, I'd have to attempt my own review just to counterbalance the hate.
as i'm not Gabe's lawyer..i have to agree with him 100%...X1 was ok, X2 was great....X3- realy bad movie.
It's my Phantom Menace. It isn't even that bad, it just s**ts all over itself and wastes the nearly perfect film that came before it, not to mention it's own good first half. I'd rather it was all bad than half great.
Gabe, I've read your comments on the film on several threads and I'm beginning to think you might not be as fond of it as you let on. Wink
Oh, I already got one of those, it was the only way I could make it through the second half without crying. In all actuality I may end up buying this someday and simply stoping the DVD the moment Wolverine makes his little "we can do it" speach.
Gabe Powers wrote: Does it come with my 9 dollars back? Or a personal apology from Fox?
No, but I heard there'll be a Best Buy exclusive that comes with a free poke in the eye.
Does it come with my 9 dollars back? Or a personal apology from Fox?
No problem. I just realised I have to buy yet another release of this as the R1 DVD doesn't have any behind-the-scenes stuff at all. Have to buy one of the 2-disc releases availible on R2 or R4.
Thanks for posting this. I'm really looking forward to this release... thought it was the best of the trilogy.
I might be getting both HK Digipak and HK w/ comic book for this one. They both are nice!!
I'll probably get mine on Tuesday.
Unfortunately I don't have a dvd program that enables me to take screen caps. I can't seem to get it to work. I'll see what I can do about it though. Wink
Tom
You can send me a load of menu shots if you want Disciple Wink
X-3: The Last Stand Full Artwork Coverage!
Ok, so I got the DVD today (R1 CE) and I thought i'd share some images with you. These are thumbnails and all you have to do is click on them to see a larger version. Hope these don't take up too much space as they're thumbs. Mods, please let me know if they do. Happy


1)Box inside clear slip case. 2)Clear slip case. 3)Back of Box.

4)(upper left)underside of box. 5)Box from above. 6)Spine

7)Box opened up, front. 8)Box opened up, from behind.)

9)Front of box. (opens up in the middle) 10)Front of comic. 11)Back of comic.

12)Keep Case Artwork. 13)Disc Artwork.

14)Savings & Offers. 15)Scene Selections.

Please let me know if you have any questions. Happy

Oh, sorry CE buyers, but you'll have to stand (pun very much intended) the same horrible artork as the standard edition. I can confirm that wolverines suit does indeed look like it has a pink/purple tint to it.